LAS VEGAS, NV — You can’t have the world’s largest aftermarket performance show without a large amount of aftermarket performance parts. Here are a few more of the new products that have caught our attention at the show so far (stay tuned for more, exclusive new product videos in the coming days):

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Eddie Motorsports has introduced its own line of serpentine and V-belt pulley kits for a wide range of applications.

Retrosound has come up with a retro radio for vintage Mopars, such as the Charger and Challenger.

Lokar Goolsby Edition XL billet exterior 12-volt door handles. They utilize a 12-volt pressure pad to supply power to the electric actuated door latches. The handles are machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum and come with a brushed or polished finish.

Lethal Threat's latest line of shift knobs. They fit most shifter shafts and are made from Polyresin.

FAST now offers its popular EZ-EFI system for 1972-91 4.2L Jeeps.

Warn's latest winch has a fully sealed design and eliminates the manual clutch. Warn says the winch has twice the durability of previous winches and is 20 percent faster.

2015 Tahoe owners can now lower their suspension by 1 or 2 inches in front and 3 or 4 inches in the rear with this Belltech Sport Trucks kit.

MagnaFlow also introduced this stainless steel, 50-state-legal exhaust system for the 2015 Mustang GT.

Now you can replace your 1967-79 Mopar A-body's leaf springs with a better handling, better feeling 6-link suspension system. This new QA1 rear suspension conversion mounts to the existing mounting locations and replicates the geometry of a 4-link system for improved ride quality and handling.

Auburn Gear unveiled this limited-slip differential for Chrysler 9.25-inch, 12-bolt rear-ends.

Silverback Carburetors says it has reinvented the carburetor. The company says its carbs greatly improve fuel vaporization and enhance throttle response. The judges for the SEMA New Products Award agreed, awarding Silverback with one of its best new products awards.

General Motors introduced its LT1 6.2L crate motor last year, and it's finally available for consumers. This is the same engine used in the seventh generation Corvette

MagnaFlow now offers a 100 percent stainless steel cat-back system for 2015 F-150 Ecoboost applications.

Classic Instruments' new instrument package fits into the stock dash bezel of 1963-67 Corvettes and offers modern accuracy and performance.

The AIRAID MXP Series cold air intake delivers additional power with an easy, bolt-on installation. It uses a sealed air box design to optimize airflow from the factory cold air inlet duct.

Deatchwerks says its DW400 fuel pump is the highest-flowing in-tank fuel pump on the market. It also features E85 compatibility.

Lingenfelter Performance Engineering now offers this liquid-to-air engine valley mounted intercooler manifold for C7 Corvettes. It's designed to handle up to 1,200 horsepower.

Mopar will now offer nine different style hoods, including this Shaker-style hood.

Eagle Specialties new Street & Strip rotating assemblies offer a budget alternative for modified engines. They include cast crank, forged I-beam connecting rods, forged Icon pistons, rings, bearings, damper, and flexplate.

Ford Racing offers this short-throw shifter for the new 2015 Mustang GT.

Westin's HD 3.5-inch Contour Bar utilizes 3.5-inch diameter tube to give your truck's front-end a beefier look.

The Lund Bull Bar with LED Light Bar provides a tough, heavy-duty look for your truck's front end while, along with protection for your bumper and grille.

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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.