Severed in the Southwest 2013 Video

Once a year, the Severed in the Southwest car show rolls in to Castles N Coasters in Phoenix. The show is a playground of trucks, cars, lowriders, classics, and features a good mix of street and show vehicles. This year, Generation High Output was on location to capture the action at the 2013 show. Check out the video below:

Titan TXR Manifolds from Air Flow Research

Whether you’re restoring a classic cruiser or building an all-out drag racer, one of the most important decisions to make regarding your car’s engine is the intake manifold. At the 2013 SEMA Show, we came across a really neat idea from Air Flow Research.

The Titan TXR is a composite intake manifold that fits small block Chevy motors. These two-piece manifolds allow you to quickly change the top “spider” part depending on what configuration you want.

I’ll let Tony from Air Flow Research explain a bit more about this unique product in this video clip:

Here is a photo of one of the manifolds:

And here is the chart that Tony showed us in the video:

DiabloSport Shows Off Touchscreen Tuner

Giving your OBDII vehicle a performance tune used to be a real hassle. Well you can ditch the clunky laptop and outdated tuning software because we spied a better approach at the 2013 SEMA Show.

Meet the inTune I-1000 Programmer from DiabloSport. This device has a color touchscreen and is about the size of an iPhone. It comes with everything you need to optimize the performance of your vehicle including several built-in tunes.

Check out some of the features and benefits of the I-1000 from Dan of DiabloSport in this video clip:

Here’s a close up shot of what the device looks like:

Auto Meter Boost Controller Wins SEMA Award

For over 60 years, Auto Meter has been one of the top names in aftermarket gauges. Now, the company is branching out into more sophisticated electronics for your vehicle.

One of the products on display at Auto Meter’s booth at the 2013 SEMA Show was this boost controller. This Boost Controller offers complete control over a turbocharged car in a standard size 2 1/16″ gauge with no external control box or module.

I’ll let Joseph Mills from Auto Meter explain more about what makes their gauge so unique in this video:

We would also like to congratulate Auto Meter on winning a SEMA Award for Best Performance-Street Product. Congratulations!