The expanded Super Summit 2013attracted more than 300 manufacturers to its Manufacturer Midway—up from the 100 or so companies that usually attend Super Summit. That made it about three times harder to cover the midway, but we did our best anyway.

From new hot new truck accessories to the latest cooling system products… new carburetors to bolt-on EFI conversions… cylinder heads to full-on crate motors, the Super Summit Manufacturer Midway had a little of everything. Check out what companies like Brodix, Holley, Edelbrock, Borla, PowerSports Place, and others brought to the show:

Brodix display of cylinder heads,
Trick Flow Specialties carburetor on display at automotive trade show
1937 fiat street rod
Shelby Cobra Replicar
auto parts display at a trade show
willwood brake trade show display
nitrous express automotive trade show display
derale cooling automotive trade show display
wel racing wheels automotive trade show display
race ramps automotive trade show display
edelbrock semi truck tent trade show display
jeep jk wrangler getting upgraded
holley semi truck automotive trade show display
new vintage usa automotive trade show display
dewitts radiator in automotive trade show display
toys and collectibles in an automotive trade show display
ford crate motor in an automotive trade show display
holley carburetors in an automotive trade show display
motorcycle helmets in an automotive trade show display

Brodix brought a full display of cylinder heads, including its KC 11 SP X heads for large cube engines.

Did you know Trick Flow Specialties now offers carburetors? You do now. Trick Flow's Track Heat carbs are available with up to 1,050 cfm of airflow and can be had with an electric choke.

Borla brought a whole trailer, along with a couple of display vehicles, to show off its products. This 1937 Fiat street rod was part of the display...

...and this Shelby Cobra featuring the company's Eight Stack Throttle System for Ford V8.

Truck accessory manufacturers were well represented on the Midway. On the left is the Westin display, with Wade Sure-Fit mats and Anzo lighting in the foreground.

The latest from the brake experts at Wilwood.

Nitrous Express showed off its EFI systems as well as plate-style kits.

It's easy to overheat your car in the summer, so we sought out the cooling experts at Derale. Here, you see a selection of their high-output fans, transmission coolers, remote mount fluid coolers, and more.

Everyone loves to look at the latest wheels, so companies like Weld were busy chatting up potential customers all day long.

Race Ramps went with this in-use display to show off the capabilities of its easy-to-use car service ramps.

Edelbrock brought a full trailer to accommodate its massive seletion of products. The company was showcasing its E-Force superchargers, along with its EFI systems. You can look for a separate video on the EFI systems via OnAllCylinders shortly.

This Jeep JK underwent a transformation throughout the Super Summit show. It started out stock but soon received new lighting, step bars, winch, and other accessories. Airaid, Westin, Rolling Big Power, Anzo, Rampage, and other companies participated in the build, which was conceived to show how easy it is to upgrade the JK.

Holley brought a full trailer of goodies, including the Terminator EFI system we featured in an article earlier this week.

New Vintage U.S.A. showed off its new direct-fit gauges for Chevy Tri-Five.

DeWitts Radiator's popular Corvette radiator is designed for simple, drop-in installation. The company produces, brazes, and welds its radiator completely in-house in the U.S.A.--one of the only radiator manufacturers to do so.

Genuine Hotrod Hardware brought its eye-catching selection of pedal cars, vintage signs, collectibles, and hotrod lifestyle products to the show.

A crate motor from the Ford Racing display.

Holley was featuring its extensive line of carburetors, including its new Gen 3 Ultra Dominator--available in sizes up to 1,475 cfm.

PowerSports Place carries a large array of products for ATV, UTV, dirt bike, and street bike. Here's a look at some of the helmets and safety equipment the company offers.

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Author: David Fuller

David Fuller is OnAllCylinders' managing editor. During his 20-year career in the auto industry, he has covered a variety of races, shows, and industry events and has authored articles for multiple magazines. He has also partnered with mainstream and trade publications on a wide range of editorial projects. In 2012, he helped establish OnAllCylinders, where he enjoys covering all facets of hot rodding and racing.