40 Pounds Of Power
The new Invertig 221 AC/DC inverter TIG welder from HTP America allows you to produce professional welds with all types of metal, with a full 220 amps of welding power, and it only weighs 40 pounds. It’s the only welder in its class with independent AC amperage adjustment, giving you precise control over the heat input to both the work piece and the tungsten by allowing you to separately adjust the electrode negative and electrode positive amperage. The 221 also offers the ability to adjust the AC frequency from 20 Hz to 200 Hz, the high AC frequency giving a more focused arc with greater control.
The 221’s high-speed DC pulse makes intricate work on mild steel, 4130, stainless, inconel, and titanium a breeze. It allows you store up to 64 separate welding programs and provides outstanding performance when stick welding in either AC or DC modes. There are three models to choose from: air cooled, water cooled, or dual voltage. For more information, contact HTP America at (800) 872-9353 or www.htpweld.com.
The new 340 Stealth fuel pump from Aeromotive is similar to other OEM replacement fuel pumps in its fitment into factory fuel tanks and hanger assemblies—but blows away the competition, boasting over 340 lph of flow at 40 psi, offering superior flow throughout a wide pressure range. These high-output, in-tank electric fuel pumps are direct bolt-in replacements for more than 65 popular EFI applications.
The 340 is also ideal for use as a universal replacement for applications that require more flow to support forced air power adders, such as turbo and supercharged applications. This pump is available with three different inlet styles, and utilizes an innovative turbine-style pumping mechanism, which won’t be damaged by the increased load of PWM systems. For more information, contact Aeromotive at (913) 647-7300 or www.aeromotiveinc.com.
Wintec Fabrication can supply budget-priced street rod chassis, bodies, and kits, with a growing list of offerings. Shown here is their new full-fendered ’26-27 T chassis that accepts any roadster, coupe, sedan, or pickup body. The wheelbase is 100 inches, and the frame is fully welded on precision jigs to ensure correct dimensions.
All the suspension components you’ll need to make the frame a rolling chassis are also available, though it comes with small-block Chevy mounts, front shock brackets, brake line tabs, front four-link brackets, Mustang steering box mount, master cylinder/brake pedal pivot assembly, rear radius rod brackets, upper rear shock brackets, and rear Panhard mounting bracket. For more information, contact Wintec Fabrication at (203) 294-1339 or www.wintecfabrication.com.
Omega Kustom Instruments is the gauge division of Doc’s Kustom, offering this three-in-one combo gauge set, available in black, tan, or white, featuring stainless steel bezels and glass lenses.
The speedometer incorporates oil pressure and engine temperature, with one button programming and a trip odometer. The tach combines a voltmeter and fuel level gauge. Together, it’s a perfect way to package six instruments into any small, available space.
The 4.725-inch size is perfect for many early dashboards that incorporate large-style gauges, including ’47-54 Chevy trucks, ’57-59 Chevy cars, and many more. Panels and adapter kits are available for some applications. For more information, contact Doc’s Kustom at (229) 528-4300 or www.docskustom.com.
Inspired by classic racing designs, CON2R Series Two steering wheels are built on a zero offset, brushed finish stainless steel frame available in six spoke patterns and two distinct spoke styles—three-hole or slotted. Built with your choice of eight solid color grips with finger grooves, these 15-inch-diameter wheels feature a center blow horn button and standard three-bolt mount pattern.
With the CON2R “Custom(er) Designed” system, each steering wheel is custom-built as ordered to match your design. Options include color “splits”, leather wraps, and custom horn button designs. For more information, contact CON2R at (503) 626-6390 or www.con2r.com.