Sponsored Vehicles

Centerforce has been creating high performance clutch systems for more than 25 years. Throughout that time we have met some great people and worked with some of the most impressive vehicles on the road and track. In this gallery you can see some of these cool vehicles. If you have a vehicle that deserves to be in this gallery please let us know.

  • Crosley 1951

    Eddie Hill
    Drag Racer & Drag Boat racer
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  • Crosley 1951

    1951 Crosley Super Sport
    Land Speed Racing
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  • 2007 Jackson-Dawson Scion TC

    2007 Jackson-Dawson SCION TC
    Land Speed Racing
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  • Bruce Hemminger

    Bruce Hemminger
    1986 Ford Mustang (Real Street)
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  • Bumble Bee Celica

    Bumble Bee Celica
    2000 Toyota Celica GTS
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  • Centerforce - Bronco

    Centerforce - Bronco
    1971 Ford Bronco Sport
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  • Centerforce - Celica All-Trac

    Centerforce - Celica All-Trac
    1990 Toyota Celica All-Trac
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  • Centerforce - Vette

    Centerforce - Vette
    2000 Chevrolet Corvette
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  • Dale Earnhardt Jr's

    Dale Earnhardt Jr's Project
    1972 Camaro with a GM LS2 engine and a 6-speed Transmission
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  • Derek's SCCA Racer

    Derek's SCCA Racer
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  • Detroit Speed, Inc.

    Detroit Speed, Inc.
    Project Vehicles
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  • Edgy's IS

    Edgy's IS
    2002 Lexus IS300
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  • Edmonton Police Department Ford Mustang

    Edmonton Police Department Ford Mustang
    2009 Ford Mustang
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  • Gene Hindman

    Gene Hindman
    2002 & 2005 NMRA P/S Champ
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  • Jimi Day - Centeforce Clutch SEMA Display Car

    Jimi Day - Centeforce Clutch SEMA Display Car
    1969 AMC AMX - Project AMXess
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  • Johnson's Hot Rod Shop

    Johnson's Hot Rod Shop
    G-Force Cuda
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  • Justin's Bullit - Part 1

    Justin's Bullit - Part 1
    2001 Bullit Mustang
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  • Justin's Bullit - Part 2

    Justin's Bullit - Part 2
    2001 Bullit Mustang
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  • Justin's Bullit - Part 3

    Justin's Bullit - Part 3
    2001 Bullit Mustang
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  • K&N Filters Viper

    K&N Filters Viper
    Silver State Classic
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  • Kyle & Stacy Tucker

    Kyle & Stacy Tucker
    1969 Chevrolet Camaro
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  • Mothers Polishes / ProPane

    Mothers Polishes / ProPane
    Propane-Powered 1970 Chevelle
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  • Rick & Jim Byrnes

    Rick & Jim Byrnes
    1986 Mercury Merkur XR4Ti 2.5L
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  • Rick Doria

    Rick Doria
    233 MPH Corvette
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  • STS/Hotchkis Tuning Celica

    STS/Hotchkis Tuning Celica
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  • The Menace

    The Menace
    1965 Chevy II
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To whom it may concern, we have built a new Land Speed Racing Car for 2008. This car "will" break class records at The Maxton, NC Flying Mile, The Texas Flying Mile, El Mirage, CA, and most important of all The 60th anniversary of Bonneville 2008. The car is street registered, (license # SS 1951) because it is Americas first production Super Sport, a 1951 Crosley Super Sport. We have scheduled about 20 events that we will be appearing at in 2008.

As you can see we are using some of your products. Starting about the middle of March we will have a web site, (www.crosley1010.com), that can be followed throughout 2008. We appeared at our first show Feb 20-24 (Carl Casper Show) in Louisville, KY and were thankful to see it on TV the first day of the show. We do have over 50 of the Crosley automobiles, under roof, here in Paducah, KY. Thanks for having a look, and as always, going with GOD's speed, Gerald Davenport



  • Car: 2007 Scion tC
  • Driver: Dan Gardner
  • Sanctioning Body: National Auto Sport Association (NASA)
  • Region: Southern California Competition Series: Performance Touring and Time Trial
  • Competition Class: PTE and TTE
  • Suspension: Progress custom 1-inch rear 3-way-adjustable, solid sway bar Progress shortened-body, custom-valved coilovers (Spring Rates: 800 F/1,300 R) Technosquare custom 3-point front strut-tower bar Wild Pony Motorsports K-Mac front camber plates Progress front cam bolts
  • Engine and Drivetrain: 2AZFE-2.4L, inline 4-cylinder DC Sports racing header TRD cold-air intake NST custom under drive pulleys Custom 2.5-inch header-back race exhaust' TRD Limited Slip Differential Centerforce high-performance clutch Centerforce lightweight flywheel TRD high-pressure radiator cap
  • Wheels and Tires: Enkei RPF1 17x8-inch wheels Nitto NT-01 R-Compound 225/45ZR17 tires H&R 5mm wheel spacers ARP wheel studs Gorilla lugnuts
  • Brakes: F/ Carbotech Panther XP10 racing pads, R/ Carbotech Panther XP8 racing pads Goodridge stainless-steel braided lines Motul RBF600 racing fluid
  • Body: Kaminari carbon-fiber roof

Dan Gardner and JD Scion tC Take Two Poles and Two Firsts in World Debut of CarTesting Session at California Speedway Shows Great Promise as Team Wins Both Days at NASA's Season Opener. Despite Suspension and Traction Woes, Dan Gardner and JD Scion tC Take Two Second Place Finishes at a Cold and Rainy Buttonwillow Raceway Team Also Snaps Up Two Firsts in the Time Trial Series

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Bruce Hemminger

My Ford racing experience started in 1996. I would attend the Fun Ford Weekend (FFW) races when it would come to bracket race at my local track. From there I wanted something a little more competitive. That is when I started to race heads up in the Street Outlaw class in FFW in my 1986 Mustang. In 1998 I won my first race that I attended in Norwalk, Ohio and became the first 8-second nitrous car in the history of FFW.

As Street Outlaw grew beyond my budget I had to look for a different class. In 2001 the National Mustang Racers Association (NMRA) created a new class called Real Street. I looked over the rules and knew I had found a new home. I raced my daily driver, a 1992 Mustang, in Real Street during the 2001 season. I have the tools and team that gets to the finals and wins.

I have the tools and team that gets to the finals and wins.
Bruce Hemminger

  • Vehicle Year: 1986 Model: Ford Mustang Racing Organization: NMRA - National Mustang Racer's Association Class: Real Street
  • Engine Engine Builder: Billy Glidden Displacement: 311 cubic inches Block: Ford Motorsports 302 A4 Crankshaft: Scat 3.00" stroke Connecting Rods: Forged stock length 5.090" Pistons: Ross flat top Compression Ratio: 10:1 Camshaft: Competition Cams stock grind Cylinder Head: TFS Twisted Wedge Valve Job: Custom by Billy Glidden Rocker Arms: Harland Sharp custom 1.73 Intake Manifold: TFS Street Heat Throttle Body: Edelbrock 70mm
  • Fuel System Injectors: 42lb Ford Motorsports Fuel Pump: Weldon Fuel Pressure Regulator: Weldon Fuel Rails: Behind Bars Race Cars
  • rivetrain Transmission: Tremec TKO 500 Proshifted: Swarr Auto Clutch: Centerforce LMC Series Flywheel: Centerforce Aluminum Rear End: 8.8" Ford Dimensions/bracing: Narrowed 2.5" by Behind Bars Race Cars Axles/spool: Strange Engineering 33-spline
  • Wheels and TIres
    Front Wheels: 15" x 3.5" Mickey Thompson
    Front Tires: 26" x 4.5" Mickey Thompson
    Rear Wheels: 15" x 10" Mickey Thompson
    Rear Tires: 26" x 10" Mickey Thompson (stiff sidewall)
  • Suspension/Chassis K-Member: UPR Products Coilover Kit: UPR Products Front Struts: Strange Engineering Single Adjustable Front Brakes: Strange Engineering 4-piston Rear Upper Control Arms: UPR Products Rear Lower Control Arms: Racecraft Rear Shocks: Strange Engineering Double Adjustable Rear Brakes: Strange Engineering 4-piston Anti-Roll Bar: Racecraft
  • Electronics Ignition: MSD 7530 Coil: MSD HVCII Ignition Wires: MSD 8.5mm Superconductor Fuel Management: Ford Racing EPEC Alternator: Powermaster 100 amp Tach: Autometer dual channel Gauges: Autometer
  • Exhaust Headers: Bassani 1 5/8" BX-series X-Pipe: Bassani 2 1/2" Mufflers: Bassani 2 1/2"

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Bumble Bee Celica

The relationship between the Bumble Bee Celica and Centerforce Clutches could not be more successful. The Bumble Bee Celica is a highly modified and highly successful show car.

In the past year the car has received numerous awards at various Hot Import Nights car shows. The car has competed throughout the west coast and has even driven cross-country traveling over 6000 miles roundtrip. Not only has the car traveled extensively, but it also serves as a daily driver.

This is where the uncompromising performance of the Dual Friction Centerforce Clutch has been best served. Since so many miles are put on the car, the ease of engagement and virtually stock pedal pressure of my Centerforce Clutch are two measurables that go a long way in the Bumble Bee Celica's success. Not only does the clutch hold all of the car's increased power output, but driving is not a chore like with other aftermarket clutches I have used in the past.

Recently the car has been featured in such magazines as Maxi Tuning, Hot Import Night, and D Magazine. I would recommend the Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch to any enthusiast with a highly modified car. My Dual Friction Clutch has held all the power I've given it and still maintains an incredibly comfortable ride.

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Centerforce - Bronco

Centerforce Clutch & Flywheel
Denso Iridium Plugs
Detroit Speed Battery Tie Down
Flex-A-Light Black Magic Cooling Fan
Holley Commander 950 Fuel Injection
Hurst Shifter
K&N Air & Oil Filters
Lakewood Bell Housing
March Performance Pulleys
Mickey Thompson 35" Baja Claw Tires
Momo Seats & Pedals
Moroso Oil Pan & Oil Pick Up
MSD Digital 6 Ignition System
Optima Batteries Yellow Top Battery
Painless Wiring Harness
Performance Accessories All Metal Plating
PIAA Lights
Power Master Starter & Alternator
Proto Fab Gaudian Rear Bumper
RCI Safety Harnesses
Rob McCabe Headers & Roll Gage
Warn 9.5 TI Wench & Accessories
Weld Wheels Mountain Crusher Wheels
Wild Horses Steering Column and Gauardian Front Bumper
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Centerforce Vette

Vehicle: 2000 Chevrolet Corvette C5
Engine: Supercharged 5.7L LS1
Transmission: 6 Speed Transaxle
Owner: Midway Industries, Inc. Centerforce Clutch Division
Builder: RKSports/Centerforce Staff; Will Baty, K.C. Payne (& Spouses) & the wonderful people at Magnuson Blowers, Kevin McMillan and staff
Driver: Bryan Wilson, Midway Industries, Inc., Centerforce Clutch Division
Dimensions 184„ X 80.5„
Exterior: RKSport „RK5„ Body Kit, RKSport lamp black-outs, RKSport Cabron Fiber Hood
Wheels: Front: Weld &bdquoAXIS&bdquo 18&bdquo x 10.5&bdquo, Rear: Weld &bdquoAXIS&bdquo 20&bdquo x 10.5&bdquo Tires: - - - Front: Yokahama &bdquoAVS&bdquo Sport 275/35 – 18, Rear: Yokahama &bdquoAVS&bdquo Sport 285/30 - 20
Engine: Denso Iridium Spark Plugs, Magnaflow Dual Cat Back Exhaust, Magnuson &bdquoRK5&bdquo Intercooled, Supercharger System, RKSport Carbon Fiber Engine Covers, TTS Power System Stainless Headers, RKSport Custom Air Intake System By K&N
Driveline: Centerforce® DFX Prototype Clutch System, B&M Ripper Shifter
Suspension: Eibach Coil Overs
Interior: KSport Custom 6 way Seats, RKSport Carbon Fiber Interior, RKSport White Gauge Overlay, AutoMeter Post Gauge Set (White)
Brakes: Baer Eradispeed
Battery: Optima Yellow Top Battery

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Dale Earnhardt Jr' Project

THE PROJECT: Dale Jr. was looking for a functional, race inspired, and fun to drive 2nd Generation Camaro. He was looking for a Camaro that had design cues of a 1970's Trans Am road race car.

This will be a turn-key project for Detroit Speed & Engineering (DSE). Upon arrival the car was immediately disassembled. After the car was stripped and media blasted we installed our DSE Mini-Tubs as well as the DSE QUADRA Link to give the Camaro an awesome Pro-Touring stance. After that we installed our 2nd Generation Hydroformed Subframe as well as our Subframe Connectors to increase the car's stiffness.

THE OWNER: We hope Dale Jr. enjoys driving this modern machine as much as he loves driving his race car on the track.

Text and Images Provided by: Detroit Speed & Engineering

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Derek’s SCCA Racer

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The Car: DSE 1970 Camaro Test Car with an all aluminum 6.3 liter L92 engine.
The Project: The DSE 1970 Test Camaro is used for engineering design and development on 2nd Generation F-bodies. This car receives all of our early prototype parts for testing. We use data acquisition to collect data on the road and on the track. This Test Camaro is always evolving due to development of new DSE products.
The Owner: This Camaro is owned by DSE and will be on display at the DSE trailer at various shows across the country.
S.W.'s 1969 CAMARO
The Car: 1969 Camaro with a 534 ci Big Block Chevy with a T-56 6-speed transmission.
The Project: S.W. brought this Camaro back to us for a few more upgrades. The upgrades include a F.A.S.T. fuel injection system and the Detroit Speed, Inc. QUADRALink ™
The Owner: S.W. is a true car enthusiast. You will see S.W. driving this car on the road to many events across the country.
The Car: 1969 Camaro with a Ramjet ZL-1 Aluminum Big Block engine.
The Project: This is a turn-key project for DSE. We are building this project from the ground up. Paul brought the car to us as a complete vehicle. We will strip the car, media blast it, and complete all the body work. The car will get the full DSE front suspension, Mini-Tub kit, and T-56 Transmission Crossmember.
The Owner Paul is excited to drive his ramjet ZL-1 Aluminum Big Block engine powered Pro-Touring Camaro.
The Car: 1970 Camaro with a LS Mast Motorsports V.V.T. engine.
The Project: Paul sent us this Camaro for the full pro-touring upgrade. this includes DSE's Hydroformed Subframe, Subframe Connectors, our QUADRALink™ and Mini-Tub Kit. The Camaro will also feature the DSE Roll Cage with engine bay bars.
The Owner This is Paul Alderman's 2nd build with Detroit Speed, Inc. He had previously built a 1969 Camaro that has won numerous awards across the country.
The Car: 1969 Camaro with a Mast Motorsports engine.
The Project: This was the original Dale Jr. Hot Rod Tour Camaro before Wes King purchased it. Wes will be adding some nice upgrades including the Mast Motorsports engine, a Tremac 5 speed transmission and a GEN IV Magnum air conditioning unit.
The Car: 1966 Chevy II with an L98 tuned port engine and Muncie 4-speed transmission.
The Project: DSE transformed this "Vannoy Muscle Car" 1966 Chevy II into a modern Pro-Touring / G-Machine muscle car. We customized the dash for a modern, yet functional appearance. This car was converted to a Baer brake system. Power steering was also installed. The rear of the car was mini-tubbed to accept a 285 rear tire.
The Owner: Ed wanted a car he can drive through the winding mountains of North Carolina.
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After developing this Lexus IS's Chassis and handling performance for two years, it was time to add some more power. Forgoing the usual routes of prefabricated turbo & supercharger kits, Luxury Motor Works developed a custom Intercooled supercharger kit for this car. Our successful development of this kit resulted in over 350rwhp. The introduction of an ultra light weight flywheel to the drive train provided the opportunity to introduce a more effective clutch, after having a less than positive and frustrating experience with a very well respected Clutch product I was fortunate enough to discover that Centerforce Clutches had a clutch for this car using the same light weight flywheel I was using. The original was developed for a privateer Lexus IS racecar project and I found this Centerforce clutch to be a MUCH appreciated and immediate improvement in clutch feel, modulation and drive ability. It holds the additional power easily and I have no need to look elsewhere for a suitable clutch even when I increase the power of this car. A custom turbocharger is being developed now for more power & I have confidence that this Centerforce Clutch will be up to the job of handling my new power level.

I regularly track the car and drive it daily as well, commuting to & from work 80+ miles a day the clutch holds up in daily driving AND aggressive track sessions in 100 plus degree heat with over 350 hp to the wheels.

Since way back-In-the-day when I was building and racing Datsun 510's 25+ years ago Centerforce has been one of the best & most well respected Clutch options on the market, and I am happy to be able to once again enjoy the performance benefit that a Centerforce Clutch provides.

In my opinion, Centerforce is the best.

Engine & Performance Upgrades

2JZ-GTE 3.0L (Supra TT swap-short block, internals)
Luxury Motor Works 'LMS' Stage 2 (+) Supercharger Kit Powerdyne BD-11A SC/ LMS 'I-Manage' FMU
ZT-2 Wideband A/F Ratio/ EGT monitor
KOYO Racing Polished Aluminum radiator
HKS SSQ Blow Off Valve
SS Header 'Jet Hot' coated, w/SS 'Y' pipe & Hi Flow Cat. & Borla SS Cat Back Exhaust
Dual Panel 'LMS' Header Heatshield (Blue)
Unorthodox Racing "Ultra-L" Lightweight Alloy Flywheel
Unorthodox Racing Alloy Acc. Pulleys (Blue)
Polished- Intake Manifold, IC, All IC Pipes
Paint or PC- Valve Covers, Relay/Fuse covers, Thr. Body
Custom CF parts: Cam Cover, ECU cover, Rad. Overflow Tank cover, Pwr. Steering reservoir, Intake tube, Strut brace inlay
Custom Fab.: 8x5.5 S&B Filter, Cold Air Intake Vent, CF intake Heatshield, 'FIG's' Stainless gas-charged hood struts, Cusco Oil breather catch can w/SS lines.
Custom made CenterForce Clutch, HyperGround wire kit HyperVoltage 'MR' Voltage Conditioner, Custom Alloy/Carbon Fiber Rad. Panel, Blue Silicone Radiator Hoses,TOM's Lo-range Thermostat, TRD Oil filler cap & Radiator cap,
Mocal 15-row Oil Cooler with Aeroquip Alloy Fittings & Stainless Steel lines, Billet Alloy Oil Bypass Adaptor & Remote Oil Filter Mount, Braided Stainless lines, & Aeroquip Alloy -AN Fittings. Amsoil 7500 10W30 synthetic motor oil
Odyssey PC925/ PC680 Ultra light-'dry cell' batterys (Reloc. to trunk)

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Edmonton Police Department Ford Mustang

This 2009 Mustang GT is built for by the Edmonton Police Department's anti street racing program.

This Mustang is built to make 500hp. Running our DFX Series clutch and billet steel flywheel. Part Numbers 01611679 DFX and 700210 Flywheel.

You can see this Mustang on Display with the Edmonton Police Department and at local events in the Edmonton area.

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Gene Hindman

Gene Hindman is the 2002 & 2005 NMRA P/S Champ and the 2002 WFC-5 P/S Champ

With dependability, reliability and a pedal feel like a stock clutch, the LMC Series offers those qualities, plus the availability to handle horsepower also. We have used the LMC unit for over 150 passes this season and have not one problem to date. The unit has held up to every obstacle that we have thrown at it.

With 8 consecutive wins and a Championship in NMRA Pure Street for 2005, the unit seems to be invincible. Since 2002 (Also another Championship year) we have been in every Pure Street final but 6 events, so we put a lot of passes on this car and it has had only 2 LMS units in it since the 2002 season.

We hold both ends of the record also at 10.31 $a$t$ 129 mph. I would recommend this unit to either the racer or the daily driver.

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Jimi Day - Centeforce Clutch SEMA Display Car

AMXess is a full on pro-touring AMX designed for the street and the track. We've meshed the best of both performance and design by maintaining the iconic AMC heritage lines while updating the entire drive train and suspension package with todays state-of-the-art components.

AMXess Breakdown:

  • GMPP - LS3 - 550 HP
  • Spectre Performance air intake system
  • Heidt's Pro-G - front suspension
  • D&Z Customs - custom four link rear suspension
  • Ridetech Coilovers
  • Wilwood - 14" six piston full floating front brakes
  • Wilwood - four piston full floating rear brakes
  • Keisler RS600 trans
  • Rushforth Wheels
  • Be Cool radiator and cooling system
  • Vintage Air AC and Frontrunner pulley system
  • Autometer gauge package
  • BFGoodrich KDW's

Other sponsors:
FM3 Performance Marketing, Holley, OPTIMA Batteries, Racepak, Quicktime, iPerformance USA, Ricks Tanks, Vaporworx, Mac's Custom Tie Downs, Gonzo Engineering, EVOD, Metrom Performance Parts, Canton Accusump.

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Johnson's Hot Rod Shop

The G- Force Cuda has been under plans for a couple of years. This November it came to life at the 2005 SEMA Show. It was unveiled in Primedia's Booth and hosted by celebrity image Bill Goldberg. Multiple concepts were developed by Chris Ito throughout its development. Hundreds of body modifications were manipulated by the team of craftsman at Johnson's Hot Rod Shop.

A lot of time and efforts went into the rear valance area of the G-Force Cuda. This is important since this would be the view the Cuda would primarily have fling by at 200 mph. The hood created challenges for the team. The look while completely modern has the retro look of the early 70's Mopars.

It houses a EFI 572 cubic inch all aluminum Hemi. It has a hand fabricated intake manifold mounting dual throttle bodies and NOS injection. The brushed aluminum and pewter accents contrast with the light weight carbon fiber close out panels. The natural finishes provide a blend of beauty and a sense of purpose and function. The cut outs in the fenders and hood gave them the ability to run 19" wheels custom made from Colorado Custom. The chassis is a purpose built platform with speed and handling set for priorities. From the milled engine plates to the 6 speed transaxle carrier. The chassis is a completely hand fabricated work of art and science. Alan spent countless hours creating the one off set of headers that gently flow from the 2.25" primaries to the 3.5" exhaust system mounted within the frame rails for clearance. The interior follows the theme from the exterior.

A beautiful blend of highly polished carbon fiber brushed aluminum and graphite leather surface provides the driver with the serious feel of speed with a blend of high end luxury. The one off gauge design is finished with a silver and charcoal face with brushed aluminum bezels. This provides the driver central monitoring for critical engine functions such as RPM, oil pressure and temperature.

The one off Colorado Custom wheels are true pin drive knock offs measuring 20" x 12" on the rear and 19" x 10" on the front. These super big hoops are required to cover the huge super trick Red Devil 16" titanium rotors. The G - Force Cuda is truly a modern interpretation of the one year only billboard HEMI graphic along with its double headlight grille. It's a super car to set and take in all its subtle modifications. We welcome you to come by and take it in at the various events it will be at throughout the year.

  • Owner: Bob Johnson
  • Unveiled at SEMA 2005 PRIMEDIA's Booth Tuesday Nov 1st Hosted by Bill Goldberg
  • Winner of Daimler Chrysler Design Excellance Award
  • 1 of 6 Sony Gran Turismo Award winners
  • 1 of 11 Mothers Shine Award winners
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Justin Bullit - Part 1

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Justin Bullit - Part 2

First off, Sergeant Davis needs one new engine from Ford Motorsports. Along with many other additions a Centerforce Clutch. A Novi 2000 Blower System from Paxton Superchargers is added to get the Sergeant to the meets on time. In order to effectively handle the turns we added Eibach's complete (Pro-Kit) suspension. To give the Bullitt some extra class Chip Foose and Nitto Tires added the Rims and Tires. A few other additions from Hawk Performance and Power Slot finished up the brakes. Now the car is off for paint. Don't worry there is a lot more work to be done.

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Justin Bullit - Part 3

After installing the new engine and blower it was time for a road trip to SWTuning. After the long road trip the Bullitt arrives and SWTuning. The Novi 2000 Blower System from Paxton Superchargers should be broken in after the road trip. Strap it on the Dyno and make the run. The Bullitt made 475 horse power and 450 ft/lbs of torque on the race tune and then 433 horse power 410 ft/lbs of torque on the street tune. After getting tuned the Bullitt went back to Centerforce and get dressed up for SEMA 2007.

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K&N Filters Viper

Still Running on PUMP GAS this Vipers makes 780hp crankshaft and 760 ft/lbs torque crankshaft. The top speed is around 210mph with an 8 liter supercharged by a Paxton Novi Blower running 10psi with a Centerforce Dual Friction clutch assembly. This Viper ran in the Z2z challenge at the Silverstate Classic 2005 and had the highest top speed $a$t$ 181mph.

Race prepped and supercharged, Jerry's Viper is still streetable.

Jerry waits once again for the green flag to drop, this time for the Silverstate Classic Main event, a 90 mile, 200+ mph run across a Nevada highway.

The green flag is raised as Jerry begins the Z-2-Z challenge.A race to from 0 to 200 mph and back down to 0 again.

Jerry's Viper screams up to 181 mph, the fastest speed acheived in the Z-2-Z challenge.Thank you Centerforce

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Kyle & Stacy Tucker

We wanted to give a further update on our 1969 Camaro. We recently received the Goodguys/Popular Hot Rodding 2000 Street Machine of the Year award at the PPG Goodguys National in Columbus, OH. The award is based on quality of craftsmanship, body and paint, overall engineering, fit, form and function, stance, and overall creativity in design and concept. It was a great honor to receive this award. The car will also be featured in an upcoming issue of Popular Hot Rodding, Goodguys Goodtimes Gazette, and the 2001 Goodguys Goodtimes Yearbook.

Thank you, once again, for your assistance in this project. Thank you, also, for using our Camaro on your website.

We participated in the entire 2000 Hot Rod Power Tour June 1-10. The power tour traveled from San Bernardino, California to Panama City, Florida. Our 1969 Camaro performed flawlessly throughout the entire trip, along with the clutch and flywheel package you provided us.

We received a lot of attention throughout the tour. The car will be featured in the October issue of Hot Rod magazine, the October issue of Chevy High Performance, an upcoming issue of Super Rod, and Hot Rod TV. It will also be on the cover of the November issue of Chevy High Performance. Additionally we won two awards, the GM Performance Parts Power Pick in San Bernardino and the Auto Custom Carpets Magic Carpet Ride Award in San Bernardino. We appreciate your support of the project and look forward to working with you in future projects.

406 cubic inch Bow Tie block has aluminum CNC ported heads. The intake is a tunnel ram base converted to electronic fuel injection. The engine produces 475 horsepower, gets 24 mpg, and has over 7,000 flawless cruising miles.

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Mothers's Polishes ⁄ ProPane

ENGINE TYPE - Haigh Blocks Small Block Chevrolet
FUEL - Propane Powered
BORE 4.320²
STROKE CRANKSHAFT 4.500² Custom Billet 1-off
BLOCK - Haigh Blocks 10.250² Custom Tall Deck
OIL SUMP/OIL TANK - Haigh Blocks
INTAKE - Haigh Blocks Custom Cross Ram Injection
CON RODS - Haigh Blocks 6.800² Billet
CRANK - Custom Billet Stroker 1-off
HEAD GASKETS - Custom one off by SCE Gaskets
CAMSHAFT - GS Products
VALVETRAIN - JESEL Custom 60mm Roller with Cam Belt Drive
HEADERS - Chris Bresnahan Tri-Step Tri-Y 1.87/2.0/2.5
UNDERCAR EXHAUST - Chris Bresnahan Custom Designed 4.0 Oval
CUSTOM RADIATOR COOLING - Be Cool, rated for 1200 HP
INJECTION - Propane Performance Industries, Link & Prins
FUEL TANKS - Propane Performance Industries
FUEL SYSTEMS - Prins Alternative Fuel Systems
IGNITION - MSD Ignition Multi-coil
ECU - Link
OIL PUMP - Johnson's High Performance
DRY SUMP PUMP - Johnson's High Performance
LUBRICANTS - Pure Power Lubricants
OIL FILTER - Pure Power Lubricants

TRANSMISSION - G-Force T56 6-speed, custom rated to 1200 HP
FLYWHEEL - Centerforce Sintered Metal 6-Puck Single-Disc
CLUTCH - Centerforce Billet Flywheel

CHASSIS - Obrothers Design
UPPER / LOWER CONTROL ARMS - Obrothers Design Custom Billet
ROTORS & CALIPERS - Baer Brakes / Foose Multi-Puck Monoblocks
SPRINGS - Eibach Springs
WHEELS - Custom 1-off by Foose Design
TIRES - Pirelli P Zero
SHOCKS - Penske Racing 8300 With Reservoir
STEERING SYSTEM - Flaming River Products
DIFFERENTIAL - Speedway Engineering
MUFFLERS - Magnaflow Custom-Built 4.0² Oval

INTERIOR DESIGN - Chip Foose, Foose Design
CUSTOM INTERIOR - Griffin Interiors
AUDIO - Audio Shoppe / ARC Audio Components
SEATS - Cobra
DASH - Foose Design / Modified by Redline Gauges
GAUGES - Auto Meter Phantom Series/Red Line Gauges
STEERING WHEEL - Billet Specialties
DOOR LOCK KNOBS - Billet Specialties
DOOR HANDLES - Billet Specialties
AC SYSTEM - Vintage Air
INTERIOR PAINT - Chris Guinn, Guinn Paint

PAINT DESIGN - Chip Foose, Foose Design
CUSTOM PAINT - Chris Guinn & Spade Bros
BODY MODS - Chris Guinn
ALL PROTECTIVE COATINGS - Specialized Coatings
CHROME PLATING - Artistic Plating
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Rick & Jim Byrnes

Pertinent facts about my car:

1986 Mercury Merkur XR4Ti 2.5L (160 Cubic Inch) turbocharged engine, with 3 stages of intercooling, producing 600hp at the rear wheels. (525 lbs of torque at 5700 RPM). Fastest speed at Bonneville (flying mile) 208.932 MPH with a record of 204.952 MPH. Fastest Standing start mile, 174.757 MPH, best Quarter mile times of 11.53 seconds $a$t$ 118 MPH. (60 foot time 1.51)

All of this performance with a custom 9 inch Centerforce clutch disc, and a production Centerforce® Pressure Plate.

In all, this vehicle has made 7 land speed records since 1991, and has always used your products. Your clutches have always performed in an outstanding manner. Without Centerforce's help, we would certainly have struggled. Thanks for your support all these years.

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Rick Doria

233 MPH Corvette

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STS/HOTCHKIS Tuning Celica

Happy New Year 2011 from Hotchkis Racing. We had a great racing and show season in 2004 and are looking forward to accomplishing even more in 2005. Our Raybestos STS/Hotchkis Tuning Celica ran well in every event and continued to generate significant publicity throughout the year. We continued pushing our message on the East Coast. In May we traveled east for the inaugural International Auto Salon in Atlantic City, New Jersey and then in June, raced in the NASA event at BeaveRun in Pennsylvania.A new type of competition called The Time Attack Challenge debuted on the West Coast and we competed in all three events. Our Celica finished first, second and third in the Super Street magazine sponsored "fastest lap shootouts".

HOTCKIS TUNING/RED LINE OIL TOYOTA CELICA FAST IN STCC DEBUTFontana, CA, March 13, 2005 – The Hotchkis Tuning/Red Line Oil Celica entered the Hankook USTCC weekend at California Speedway as a virtual unknown and left as a true contender. Traditionally this extremely competitive series has been dominated by Acura, Honda and Subaru cars. The Hotchkis/Red Line Oil Toyota Celica was quick immediately and qualified a strong second place. "We had serious competition in qualifying from Acura, Honda, Dodge SRT4, Subaru WRX, Mini and a VW Golf GTI. I am proud to qualify second against these series regulars," exclaimed driver John Hotchkis. The race was exciting and hard fought.

The top eight cars stayed close together for the entire race. The Celica was embroiled in a real dogfight and emerged in seventh place. "We are on a steep learning curve compared to most of the competition. Our car set up was not optimum, and we learned plenty from this race. I am really looking forward to the May event in Phoenix," said John.The Hotchkis Tuning/Red Line Oil Toyota Celica made a lasting impression on the competition. The team will now refine the Celica for optimum handling on the required Hankook racing tires and then travel to Phoenix for the May 20-22 event.Hotchkis Racing would like to thank our fantastic sponsors. This project would not be possible without their generous support. Red Line Oil, Toyota Motor Sales, Toyota Racing Developments, Motor Sports Technical Center, Stop Tech, Molly Design, Magnuson Products, The Tire Rack/SSR, Fluidyne, Aasco Performance, Centerforce, Auto Meter, Hillco, Denso, Sparco, MagnaFlow, APR, MoTec, and Optima.

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The Menace

Dennis Linson is a friend of ours from Hunter Engineering. He has pretty much done away with everything Chevy II about this car and has built everything from scratch. The frame and suspension are of his own design. All the design work on this car was completed using Pro-Engineer Cad Software. A complete model of the full tube chassis and suspension, along with a model of the 427 Big Block Chevy and 6-Speed T-56 Borg Warner transmission. The car is very near completion thanks to the generous donations from the sponsors listed below.

The firewall was inset 8" to accommodate for the engine being pushed back 8". This will result in a better overall weight distribution for the hefty 427 big block Chevy engine.

The next big body change was to flush mount the front and rear windshield. Here you can see the sheet metal that was used to build of the gap that would normally be covered by chrome trim. When finished the windshields will seal just like the current cars on the road.

The Detroit Speed optima battery mount and Optima battery are now Frenched into the trunk right behind the fuel cell in the trunk.

The door skins have been removed and the door frames have been cleaned up primed and ready for the new door skin to be crimped on.

The engine and transmission combo for the Menace is a 427 Chevy big block coupled to a Borg Warner T-56 6-speed.

The Rat Motor will be topped off with a set of GM Performance Parts Aluminum Oval Port heads with 2.25" intake valves and 1.88" exhaust valves with a 110cc combustion chamber yielding a 10:1 compression ratio. Accel will be covering the lifter valley with their SuperRam Fuel Injection manifold and will be controlled by the Accel DFI fuel injection computer. Comp Cams will be providing the roller bump stick, lifters, and roller rockers. To light everything off MSD is supplying a complete ignition system. Griffen Radiators will cool everything down while all the hot gasses exit through a custom set of headers designed by Dennis. AutoMeter will monitor everything in the custom dash and make sure everything stays in one piece.

To make sure the Rat doesn't escape from the frame Dennis has machined some custom front motor plates and has integrated a rear engine support into the fire wall which will attach to the upper two bell housing bolts.

The T-56 is out of a '96 Z-28 with a few break in miles on it. Centerforce is suppling the needed clutch parts to couple the new trans to the old Rat Motor. Along with a stock '96 Z-28 bell housing and a Hurst Shiftier, everything should shift smoothly.

The interior like most everything else that was original to this car was sent away. The future for the interior of this Nova is a custom built dashboard housing a complete set of Autometer Gages. The front seats are from a late eighties/early nineties Cavalier and the entire floorboard was custom built. To keep the car practical Dennis is even going to install a small rear seat between the rear wheel wells.

The dash is being trimed out with two custom gage clusters with aluminum trim.

Weld Racing Wheels donated a set of Vitesse 5 Fordged 17" aluminum wheels for the Menace to ride on. These are from Welds new line of Fordges wheels and fill the wheel wells quite nicely on the Chevy II showing off the massive Willwood Disc Brakes. The fronts are 8" wide wraped with 245/40R17's while the rears are 10" wide with 315/35R17 skins.

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Eddie Hill

Here are some pictures of my current passion, my Ariel Atom, powered by a Chevy Ecotec LSJ that I have modified extensively for more power. I am quite pleased with the Centerforce DFX clutch and flywheel assembly and am proudly wearing your Centerforce decal, as you can see in the enclosed pictures. I know that the reduced weight of the clutch/flywheel assembly is a big part of the increased throttle response and better acceleration I am enjoying! The very light pedal pressure, combined with the ability to hold big power, is a nice combination.

It was very satisfying to set records and win Top Fuel Championships on land and on water, and I feel especially blessed to be in five motorsports halls of fame, but I am having so much fun now, learning road racing in my Ariel Atoms, that it is hard to believe, and I thank you for making good reliable parts that let me do that!

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