’60-65 Ford Falcon Rack
A complete power rack-and-pinion conversion kit is now available for the often ignored ’60-65 Ford Falcon/Mercury Comet. Flaming River claims their kit provides greatly improved steering and handling, and needs no cutting, drilling, or welding for installation; the kit simply bolts into the vehicle’s original mounting holes using basic handtools. This power rack kit is available with a floor-shift tilt steering column ($2,040), column-shift tilt steering column ($2,190), or no column at all ($1,890). A brand-new Billet-Power rack-and-pinion is included, and provides more than 6 inches of travel and a full turning radius, lock-to-lock, stop to stop. Flaming River also offers coated small-block Ford long-tube exhaust headers to eliminate clearance issues (FR50003C). Every Flaming River power rack-and-pinion is made in the USA, is fluid and pressure tested before it leaves their facility, and comes with lifetime serviceability.
Top End Kit
These Top End kits are based on the popular Edelbrock Total Power Package concept of combining dyno-matched components for dyno-tested results. Edelbrock E-Street Power Package Top End Kits feature the best combination of performance components at an affordable price, and they are made in the USA. E-Street Top End kits include an Edelbrock Performer or Performer RPM intake, E-Street cylinder heads, a Performer Plus hydraulic cam with lifters, timing chain and gearset, gasket sets, and all the necessary hardware needed for installation. In dyno testing, the small-block Chevy Power Package Top End Kit (PN 2022) on a 350ci short-block with an Edelbrock Performer Series 600-cfm carburetor made 315 hp and 381 lb-ft of torque with pump gas. The Small-Block Ford kit (PN 2027) on a 302ci short-block with an Edelbrock Performer Series 600-cfm carburetor provided 321 hp and 337 lb-ft of torque.
Maximize your muscle car’s cornering performance with safe, secure seating from Corbeau. The LG1 chair could very well be the most comfortable aftermarket seat available for the money. We’re told that after sitting in Corbeau’s LG1, you may never want to sit in another seat again. This is one of the few reclining seats that is both a comfortable daily driver, and also a race seat. Standard features include ergonomic design, high-density injection-molded foam, integrated kidney, shoulder, and thigh support, infinite recline with a fingertip controlled lever, and harness belt capability. And the best part is that the LG1 starts at only $399 per seat. The LG1 is available in cloth, micro suede, and 100 percent leather materials. Corbeau also has a full line of custom brackets for muscle car applications to make installation quick and easy.
Wiper Control Unit
American Autowire’s Wiper Motor Low/High Speed Control Module ($89, PN 510187) controls two-speed motors with momentary ground activation and allows an intermittent swipe when the ground switch is held down. The module controls the park function of the wiper to prevent excessive wear on the motor. It includes a locking wedge to incorporate it into an existing accessory module as well as a stand-alone mounting bracket. This electronic module accepts a momentary ground to operate a two-speed “coast-to-park” wiper motor with either a single- or two-speed wiper switch. When the wiper switch is in the “low speed” or “on” position, alternate momentary grounds switch between high- and low-speed motor circuits. When the wiper switch is off, holding the momentary switch to ground activates the “intermittent swipe” option on the low-speed circuit for as long as the momentary ground is held.