FuelCurve Top 10 New Products of 2022

Fuel Curve’s Top 10 New Products of 2022

One of the fastest growing categories on FuelCurve.com is our Parts & Performance section. A major factor to that growth is the 3x/week showcasing of new products hitting the automotive aftermarket. Last year was the first year we dug through our website stats to pick out and highlight the Top 10 most viewed New Products of the year. We’re doing the same in 2022 (and will continue this tradition into the future) and kicking off our 2022 year-end countdowns with the Top 10 New Products of 2022.

Showcased below is a good variety of products ranging from handling or horsepower performance to style and comfort desires. We featured over 100 new products in 2022 and these 10 were the most attention-grabbing of the year. There’s no brand left out of this bunch from the “Big 3” – we got stuff for GM, Ford and Mopar fans!

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#10 – Roadster Shop SPEC Chassis 1970-81 for GM F Body

Possibly one of Roadster Shop’s most hotly requested chassis setups – SPEC for 2nd Gen F Body was all new ready to rock in 2022! Everything that made Roadster Shop’s 1967-69 Camaro SPEC chassis such an amazing, easy to install package became available for 1970-81 F Body 2nd Gen’s. The best part? ZERO FLOOR MODS NEEDED. Fully, bolt-in, complete chassis!

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#9 – Ford 302 Engine Parts Combos from Summit Racing Equipment

Summit Racing teamed up with Pat Topolinski and Frankie Forman from PowerNation TV’s Engine Power to build a fuel-injected Ford 302 that ended up making a very respectable 391 peak horsepower and 354 lbs.-ft. of torque. Summit Racing put those parts in packages to sell convenient combos for the short block parts, top end components, ARP hardware kit, and completer parts.

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#8 – RideTech Coil Over Suspension Package for 1962-67 Chevy Nova

The RideTech 1962-1967 Chevy II / Nova Coil-Over suspension package includes everything you need to upgrade your existing suspension and give your classic Chevy an aggressive lowered stance with modern drivability. The benefit of buying a complete suspension system is that it takes all of the guesswork out when purchasing a new suspension setup. RideTech spent hours collecting data to find a perfect spring rate and components for your vehicle’s performance and ride quality. Fits all 62-67 Chevy II/Nova and Acadian’s, including wagons.

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(psst…it’s also available in an air suspension package)

#7 – eXoMod C68

The legendary 1968 Dodge Charger. Or so it seems. Look closely; that’s no Charger. It’s the C68 Carbon from eXoMod’s Vintage Muscle Series. eXoMod took a high-performance, modern Dodge Challenger Hellcat and re-skinned it in carbon fiber to recreate a classic American muscle car. The C68 has all the conveniences and performance of a brand-new 21st century automobile, while retaining all the style and soul of an automotive classic.

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#6 – TCI 1963-1966 C10 Chassis: Classic and Pro-Touring

Total Cost Involved released two new chassis’ for the 1963-1966 Chevrolet C10 earlier this year. These frames include all new front and rear suspension – simply take off the cab and bed of your truck and set it on the chassis and you’re done! Both frame options (classic or pro-touring) are laser cut and jig welded for the utmost precision and strength. TIC widened the frame in the front to allow more room for headers and steering components. The rear of the frame was narrowed to allow for outboard mounted shocks and wider tires.

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#5 – Halibrand Turbine Wheels for GM Squarebody C10 Trucks

The classic wheels of the 1970s inspired the design of the Halibrand Turbine. These Turbine wheels have been updated to fit modern tire sizes and modern tapered seat lug nuts and are designed specifically for the Squarebody C10 Fleet Side Truck with proven fitment, tire clearance, and optimized backspacing to fill up the wheel openings.

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#4 – BluePrint Engines Executive Order 383 Stroker Crate Engine Kit

BluePrint Engines was happy to announce that they were recently granted an Executive Order for their Small Block Chevy Engine Kit from the California Air Resources Board (C.A.R.B.). Exective Order number D-824-1, this Small Block Chevy Engine Kit enables BluePrint to offer a 383 stroker crate engine solution which has been proven not to increase emissions when installed in your GM pickup truck or SUV that is a 2000 model year or older and came with a California-certified Gen 1 naturally aspirated 5.7 gasoline engine block.

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#3 – Front Suspension Kits for ’73-’87 C10 Squarebody Trucks from Detroit Speed

Detroit Speed is at it again with brand new Squarebody front suspension kits for 1973-1987 C10 pickups. These kits are assembled so that you can easily determine which part of your ride to upgrade and are designed to improve the handling and performance of your C10. By making the kits modular, you will be able to upgrade your suspension one part at a time or all together – the choice is truly yours!

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#2 – New TREMEC TKX 5-Speed

TREMEC recently introduced their all new TKX five-speed to the performance world. This was their first transmission developed and aimed directly at the performance aftermarket rather than an OEMs, and it shows. The case is noticeably sleeker for improved fitment, especially in older vehicles. Plus, the internals were redesigned to hold even more torque capacity! Getting a huge OEM supplier like TREMEC to listen to what a bunch of hot rodders have to say is rare these days, but according to Mike Kidd, their aftermarket business manager, “we listened to our customers, combined their suggestions with our OEM technology, and strengthened our aftermarket lineup with the all new TKX.”

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#1 – GM Wiring Diagrams for GM Vehicle from JEGS

JEGS factory-color GM wiring diagrams will equip you to re-wire or trace down an electrical issue, taking the guesswork out of your restoration project. Each application-specific laminated schematic includes interior and exterior lights, engine bay, starter, ignition and charging systems, firing order, gauges, under dash harness, and more—including tracers where applicable.

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A lifelong car kid, Steven grew up around drag strips – his name may sound familiar because his grandfather is Bob Bunker, a Pro Mod pioneer who piloted the “Folsom Flash” ’55 Chevy from the ’70s through the ’90s. Steven’s father, Bob Bunker Jr., heads up Bunker Motorsports and is a regular in the West Coast racing scene, building chassis and race cars for more than 30 years. With genetics like that, it’s no wonder Steven has a passion for both cars and motorsports. In addition to helping his father and honing his fabrication skills at Bunker Motorsports, Steven began shooting photos at the drag strip and capturing the action with his Canon camera. He is now artfully crafting stories around the awesome machines at the shows, as well as the men and women behind them. When he's is not on the road covering events, he spends his downtime out on the water fishing, building his 1962 Chevy Nova, or cruising his 1987 GMC Suburban.