NORWALK, OH–Hard to believe, but we’re almost at the halfway point of 2019. We’re just past the midpoint between SEMA Shows, the event where manufacturers introduce their latest products.

That makes Super Summit the perfect time to check in with vendors on the show’s Manufacturer Midway. As always, Super Summit features a broad range of automotive aftermarket manufacturers–everything from street rod parts suppliers to diesel and race vendors. Plus, Super Summit offers the added possibility of winning prizes from great vendors as select manufacturers ponied up for over $8,600 in prize giveaways.

Here are a few updates from some of your favorite brands:

Edelbrock continues to see strong sales of its Pro-Flo 4 EFI system, with added features coming in the near future, according Edelbrock’s Mike Kovacs. The company also continues to spread the word on its Duramax Diesel cylinder head, which offers increased rigidity, increased airflow, and added performance over the stock Duramax heads.
The Summit Racing private brands team continues to expand its line of LS parts and components. But that’s not all! The company showed off its line of copper valve covers and air cleaners, along with its expanded line of high-value, high-quality transmissions.
United Pacific expanded its LED taillight line to include this sequential LED taillight kit.
Like it or not, LS swaps remain hot. The folks at Lokar are making a concerted effort to expand there line of LS engine accessories to complement LS swaps, particular within its core market of traditional hot rodders.
XForce is probably best known for its Smart Box variable exhaust controllers and remote adjustable mufflers, but the company continues to expand its line of complete exhausts for everything from Mustangs to VW GTIs.
Detroit Speed was touting its A-body suspension kits, as well as its Selecta Speed Wiper Kit for 1967-72 C10 trucks.
Classic Instruments continues to expand its line of direct fit gauges. The newest is this 1964-66 Chevy truck package.
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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.