Erica Enders-Stevens became the first woman to win the NHRA Pro Stock class championship when she out-dueled series runner-up Jason Line in the final round of the Auto Club Finals at Auto Club Raceway, Pomona, Calif., in mid-November. Enders-Stevens joins just two other women to have won NHRA Championships.
Sealing the most demanding area in an engine takes today’s most advanced gasket design. The ML7 design provides multi-layer-core head gasket technology that significantly improves combustion and fluid-sealing capabilities, and heat resistance for a broad range of high-output commercial diesel engines.
Andrew Sexton is senior vice president, global sealing and engine, Federal-Mogul Motorparts. Sexton’s responsibilities include the company’s renowned Fel-Pro Gaskets business, based in Skokie, Ill. Fel-Pro, “The Gaskets Professionals Trust,” is North America’s preeminent brand of engine and related sealing components for automotive and high-performance applications. Federal-Mogul Motorparts is a division of Federal-Mogul Holdings Corporation
Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ Fel-Pro Gaskets brand has introduced three first-to-market PermaTorque MLS multi-layer-steel head gasket sets for a variety of popular 2.5L engines used in late-model Subaru passenger vehicles.
The Fel-Pro Gaskets brand has introduced the aftermarket’s first head gasket set featuring an original equipment-style replacement EGR adaptor gasket for 2006-2008 Suzuki L4 2.0L DOHC engines. The new PermaTorque MLS head set – No. HS26317PT2 – is now available through leading Fel-Pro suppliers. Fel-Pro gaskets are manufactured by Federal-Mogul Motorparts, a division of Federal-Mogul Holdings Corporation.
Fel-Pro PermaTorque LaserWeld stopper layer design was first developed for Professional Stock Car racing engines, and is now available in Fel-Pro PermaTorque multi-layer-steel (MLS) head gaskets for a broad range of late-model automotive engines. The new LaserWeld combustion seal ring provides a precisely determined and controlled limit to the compression of the multiple layers within
The engine, valued at $20,000, was assembled by Performance Engineering with parts and services supplied by Pro-Filer, Melling Performance, Hastings Racing, Oliver, Ferrea, Comp Cams, JE Pistons, Clevite, Fel-Pro, Milodon, R & R Wireloom and Pro Finishing. A Grass Lake, MI racer was the last man standing in a drawing for a new racing engine