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The RY45 engine block is purpose-built for racing and recommended for dirt late model and off-road truck applications. It's cast from 357 T-6 aluminum with four-bolt billet steel splayed main caps. The cast-in cam tunnel design allows four-inch stroke, and this block features integrated oil supply passages for both piston and spring cooling, as well as improved oil scavenging. The cam seal and thrust bearing are housed in a cam retainer, and all block plugs are O-rings, including water plugs.

* 4.500" bore spacing
* 9.200" deck height
* 6.150" cam height
* 60mm roller cam journals
* 2.750" main journal diameter

Roush Yates also offers its RY45 series of complementary parts, including an intake manifold, water pump, water manifold, balancer and sylinder heads. Components can be purchased seperately or as a kit.

The Hybrid Sport from Simpson Performance Products is the latest in SFI 38.1 approved head and neck restraint technology. The evolution of the Hybrid Pro Rage technology and design has led the way for the development of Simpson's new high-performance Hybrid Sport, which promises the racer a better product, at the same price range as the Pro Rage. The Hybrid Sport is lighter, weighing in at 20 percent less for the large, including hardware; and the DuPont carbon/polymer construction is sleek, modern and appealing with defined wings for seatbelt containment. The sliding tethers and patent pending multi-tether system enhances side-to-side range of movement and field of vision. The Hybrid Sport over performed in the strenuous SFI testing lab to gain SFI 38.1 certification. The Hybrid Sport is available in sizes Extra Small – Extra Large. It's available now  and will be followed by the Hybrid Sport Youth model, available in February, 2014. The Hybrid Sport Youth is scaled down for the growing racer.

One year after revealing its cast iron LS Next engine block, Dart Machinery reduces its mass and announces an aluminum counterpart. Created from the finest casting materials and weighing 107 pounds, the LS Next was made to comprehensively address high-performance troubles in the original equipment LS power unit. Laden with innovations, the list of performance upgrades incorporated in the Next block is long. It's designed to correct rampant internal oil leaks, to introduce a stepped bore to maintain oil pressure in the main galley, and to remove the crankcase skirts, which not only improve windage troubles (eradicating severe turbulence within the crankcase at high revs) but also it allows the cylinders to be extended. Race engine builders will appreciate extended cylinder bores that allow a 6.125-inch connecting rod and a four-inch stroke to operate while the piston remains squarely in its bore. They will also be comforted by the introduction of Dart’s proven priority-mains oiling system, which ensures lubrication reaches the crank and rods first. More encouragingly, standard LS components are compatible with the Next block. Featuring a standard deck and head bolt pattern, the LS cam and stock oil pump and all other components are accommodated. Steel main caps are featured with 7/16-inch bolts properly splayed to take anchor in the safety of the block’s more reinforced areas. Other key innovations that define the characteristics of this new aluminum engine are the installation of Darton’s finest nodular-iron cylinder sleeves. And to facilitate a full kick-out oil pan the block is equipped with dual starter mounts, allowing the starter to be mounted either side. Dart’s aluminum Next engine block is available in deck heights of 9.240 to 9.500 inches and ready for immediate delivery.

ARC offers its line of bottle brackets, made with a positive locking device so the top loop can't swivel when tightened. These brackets will fit 10- and 15-pound aluminum bottles and 12.5-pound carbon fiber bottles. They are anodized aluminum to keep the shine, and offered in single- or dual-bottle brackets. Different mounts include a slanted horizontal mount, vertical flush mount, or roll cage mount. They are available with or without warmers, and warmers are available in DC voltage or dual voltage.