Wednesday, November 14, 2018

VMAC UNDERHOOD40 Air Compressor - The Real User Experience



See the VMAC UNDERHOOD40 Vehicle Mounted Air compressor performing standard service call tasks. Come along for the ride and watch this real user experience from a first person view. Learn More: http://www.vmacair.com/vr40

Monday, November 12, 2018

40 Gallon In-Bed Auxiliary Fuel Tank System - TRAX 3

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Finally, an almost universal auxiliary fuel tank. Our 40-gallon in-bed auxiliary fuel tank system is designed to be compatible with almost any diesel truck, including half-ton pickups, trucks with utility beds, RamBox equipped trucks, or those with a factory installed 5th wheel prep package or other 5th wheel hitch. The patented fuel tank design has a recessed cover box where the sending unit, rollover valve, and fuel filter come preassembled. You'll be pleased that its low height means it can fit under most standard tonneau bed covers.

This auxiliary system is computer-controlled by our patented TRAX 3™ operating system with exclusive AutoTrans® technology. All TRAX 3™ systems include an LCD that shows fuel levels in both the main and auxiliary tanks. Computer-controlled automatic fuel transfers mean worry-free operation, and much safer and more reliable operations than gravity fed systems. Built from ReliaSteel®, high-yield U.S. aluminized steel; and powder coated black, Transfer Flow tank systems offer superior corrosion resistance and strength.

View our TRAX 3™ User's Guide for more information.

NOTE: Product dimensions include 1 1/2" in width for the mounting brackets and 3" in height for the filler neck.

Saturday, November 10, 2018

New V8-equipped 2019 Velociraptor



Fans asked and he delivered. Hennessey Performance Founder and CEO John Hennessey talks about his new V8-equipped 2019 Velociraptor which delivers an impressive 758 horsepower along with that undeniable roar that fans have been looking for. SEMA 2018 Las Vegas.

Thursday, November 8, 2018

SpitzLift Cranes - Many Applications


SPTIZLIFT SPECS:
  •     Meets ASME and OSHA standards
  •     Components manufactured according to ISO compliance
  •     Made in USA
  •     Load capacity: 650 - 900 lbs.
  •     Crane weight: 36- 45 lbs.
  •     Lifting speed 22 ft. per/minute
  •     2” strap is UV resistant and abrasion resistant

SAFETY FEATURES OF ELECTRIC CRANES:

  •     Safety release auxiliary handle
  •     Circuit breaker system for overload protection
  •     Dynamic and disc brake dual load control system
 

Learn more about SpitzLift: ABOUT US
SpitzLift Product Catalog

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Ford CNG F-250/350 6.2L Systems Pickup, Bed Delete, Incomplete, 2WD, 4WD,

• 2019 thru 2011 EPA and Ford QVM Certified CNG Dedicated and Bi-Fuel Systems. All Pickup Models and Trims Available: 4WD, 2WD, Regular Cab, Super Cab, Crew Cab, XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Short Bed, Long Bed, Bed Delete, Incomplete. Must have the 6.2L with CNG Prep Engine Package Offered by Ford.
• Propane (LPG) Systems and Special Vehicles Available for International Programs Only.
23.5 Gasoline Gallon Equivalent (GGE) CNG Cylinder Option. Refills around 18-19.5 gge's. 23.5 GGE tank is not available with 5.5' bed, call for availability for tank options.Altech-Eco does not guarantee the amount you will get on refills, there are just too many variables out of our control. Click here to read more on refills. Comes with Standard Diamond Plate Tank Cover or Optional Diamond Plate Tool Box Tank Cover.
• Includes Quarter Turn Manual Shut-Off Valve Located Under Driver Side Door and 1 Micron In-Line Coalescing Filter.
• CNG Fuel Economy Equivalent to that of Gasoline.
• CNG System Warranty of 80,000 Mile/8 Year Emissions Components and 36,000 Mile/3 Year Non-Emissions Components. Original Ford Warranty Remains Intact.
• HOV Lane Eligible in Many States and Tax credits may be available, check with your tax advisor.

Learn more at:  http://www.transecoenergy.com/placed_images/A%20-%20New%20Images/brochures/2018%20F250_350-Flier.pdf


Sunday, November 4, 2018

Action Hero: New 2019 Ford Edge ST Displays Performance Chops to Help Capture High-Speed Hollywood Chase Scenes

 
  • Ford teams with camera car company Pursuit Systems to create one-of-a-kind Edge ST camera car to capture high-speed Hollywood chase scenes for movies and commercials
  • New Edge ST – the first SUV from the Ford Performance team – delivers the driving dynamics needed to keep pace with the action and the interior space needed to accommodate a film director, crew and equipment
  • Discussions underway to use Edge ST camera car to help create upcoming feature films
DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. 26, 2018 – Lights. Camera. The new Ford Edge ST will capture the action. 

Ford has teamed up with camera car company Pursuit Systems to leverage Edge ST’s combination of performance and utility. Together, Ford and Pursuit have built an Edge ST camera car designed to film high-speed chase scenes and other hard-to-capture action footage for upcoming movies and commercial projects.

Camera cars are high-performance vehicles capable of supporting a remote-controlled, roof-mounted crane that might weigh up to 1,000 pounds. The vehicles are often required to travel in excess of 100 mph, offer precise braking and handling, and ideally provide enough space to accommodate a film crew and equipment.

Early on, a Pursuit team traveled from its headquarters in North Hollywood to Dearborn for an initial look at the first SUV from Ford Performance. Edge ST’s versatility and capabilities immediately signaled its star power.

Features that drew the crew at Pursuit to Edge ST were its specially tuned, twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter EcoBoost® V6 engine, ST performance brake system, quick-shifting 8-speed transmission and selectable traction control – all made available in a roomy midsize SUV package.  Edge ST, available in showrooms now, is the first-ever SUV from the Ford Performance team.

“Speed, acceleration, braking, handling, even roominess – Edge ST has it all,” said Mike Johnson, racer, stunt driver and Pursuit Systems president and CEO. “Our shoots often demand a lot of the equipment we use, and especially the vehicles. In every way, Edge ST measures up.”

Transforming Edge ST into a camera car meant adding structural support to its roof to accommodate equipment, including the nearly 1,000-pound Pursuit Arm. This arm, typically equipped with a gyro-stabilized remote-control camera, can extend far away from the vehicle, giving filmmakers the ability to capture unique angles of high-speed action. 

Other conversion work included:
  • Retuning the twin-turbo 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine to counter the weight of the crane and other film equipment
  • Adding individual-wheel air suspension to manage the weight increase
  • Adding roll cage support to protect passengers
  • Gutting the interior to accommodate film equipment
  • Adding wiring for video monitors so crew members can see footage in real-time
  • Wrapping the exterior in matte black vinyl so it doesn’t reflect in other vehicles
“We’ve never done anything like this before with an SUV because there’s never been an SUV like Edge ST in our showroom,” said Mark Grueber, Ford SUV marketing manager. “It has the performance chops and utility to keep up with fast-paced moviemaking.”

This one-of-a-kind Edge ST camera car will join the Pursuit Systems stable of high-performance vehicles, taking its place along camera cars converted from a BMW X5 M, Porsche Cayenne Turbo and a Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG. Pursuit plans to use it in future film and commercial projects.






About Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company is a global company based in Dearborn, Michigan. The company designs, manufactures, markets and services a full line of Ford cars, trucks, SUVs, electrified vehicles and Lincoln luxury vehicles, provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company and is pursuing leadership positions in electrification, autonomous vehicles and mobility solutions. Ford employs approximately 201,000 people worldwide. For more information regarding Ford, its products and Ford Motor Credit Company, please visit www.corporate.ford.com.

About Pursuit Systems

Pursuit Systems, established in 2001, specializes in the design and manufacture of advanced specialty equipment for the motion picture and television production industries. Pursuit’s cranes, camera cars and tracking vehicles are leading edge tools for directors and cinematographers. The Pursuit High Speed Gyro Stabilized Crane, the R1 Carbon Fiber Arm, and the Ford Raptor Off-Road Camera Car are tangible expressions of innovative design.

Friday, November 2, 2018

 
  • Ford teams with camera car company Pursuit Systems to create one-of-a-kind Edge ST camera car to capture high-speed Hollywood chase scenes for movies and commercials
  • New Edge ST – the first SUV from the Ford Performance team – delivers the driving dynamics needed to keep pace with the action and the interior space needed to accommodate a film director, crew and equipment
  • Discussions underway to use Edge ST camera car to help create upcoming feature films
DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. 26, 2018 – Lights. Camera. The new Ford Edge ST will capture the action. 

Ford has teamed up with camera car company Pursuit Systems to leverage Edge ST’s combination of performance and utility. Together, Ford and Pursuit have built an Edge ST camera car designed to film high-speed chase scenes and other hard-to-capture action footage for upcoming movies and commercial projects.

Camera cars are high-performance vehicles capable of supporting a remote-controlled, roof-mounted crane that might weigh up to 1,000 pounds. The vehicles are often required to travel in excess of 100 mph, offer precise braking and handling, and ideally provide enough space to accommodate a film crew and equipment.

Early on, a Pursuit team traveled from its headquarters in North Hollywood to Dearborn for an initial look at the first SUV from Ford Performance. Edge ST’s versatility and capabilities immediately signaled its star power.

Features that drew the crew at Pursuit to Edge ST were its specially tuned, twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter EcoBoost® V6 engine, ST performance brake system, quick-shifting 8-speed transmission and selectable traction control – all made available in a roomy midsize SUV package.  Edge ST, available in showrooms now, is the first-ever SUV from the Ford Performance team.

“Speed, acceleration, braking, handling, even roominess – Edge ST has it all,” said Mike Johnson, racer, stunt driver and Pursuit Systems president and CEO. “Our shoots often demand a lot of the equipment we use, and especially the vehicles. In every way, Edge ST measures up.”

Transforming Edge ST into a camera car meant adding structural support to its roof to accommodate equipment, including the nearly 1,000-pound Pursuit Arm. This arm, typically equipped with a gyro-stabilized remote-control camera, can extend far away from the vehicle, giving filmmakers the ability to capture unique angles of high-speed action. 

Other conversion work included:
  • Retuning the twin-turbo 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine to counter the weight of the crane and other film equipment
  • Adding individual-wheel air suspension to manage the weight increase
  • Adding roll cage support to protect passengers
  • Gutting the interior to accommodate film equipment
  • Adding wiring for video monitors so crew members can see footage in real-time
  • Wrapping the exterior in matte black vinyl so it doesn’t reflect in other vehicles
“We’ve never done anything like this before with an SUV because there’s never been an SUV like Edge ST in our showroom,” said Mark Grueber, Ford SUV marketing manager. “It has the performance chops and utility to keep up with fast-paced moviemaking.”

This one-of-a-kind Edge ST camera car will join the Pursuit Systems stable of high-performance vehicles, taking its place along camera cars converted from a BMW X5 M, Porsche Cayenne Turbo and a Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG. Pursuit plans to use it in future film and commercial projects.

About Pursuit Systems

Pursuit Systems, established in 2001, specializes in the design and manufacture of advanced specialty equipment for the motion picture and television production industries. Pursuit’s cranes, camera cars and tracking vehicles are leading edge tools for directors and cinematographers. The Pursuit High Speed Gyro Stabilized Crane, the R1 Carbon Fiber Arm, and the Ford Raptor Off-Road Camera Car are tangible expressions of innovative design.
 
  • Ford teams with camera car company Pursuit Systems to create one-of-a-kind Edge ST camera car to capture high-speed Hollywood chase scenes for movies and commercials
  • New Edge ST – the first SUV from the Ford Performance team – delivers the driving dynamics needed to keep pace with the action and the interior space needed to accommodate a film director, crew and equipment
  • Discussions underway to use Edge ST camera car to help create upcoming feature films
DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. 26, 2018 – Lights. Camera. The new Ford Edge ST will capture the action. 

Ford has teamed up with camera car company Pursuit Systems to leverage Edge ST’s combination of performance and utility. Together, Ford and Pursuit have built an Edge ST camera car designed to film high-speed chase scenes and other hard-to-capture action footage for upcoming movies and commercial projects.

Camera cars are high-performance vehicles capable of supporting a remote-controlled, roof-mounted crane that might weigh up to 1,000 pounds. The vehicles are often required to travel in excess of 100 mph, offer precise braking and handling, and ideally provide enough space to accommodate a film crew and equipment.

Early on, a Pursuit team traveled from its headquarters in North Hollywood to Dearborn for an initial look at the first SUV from Ford Performance. Edge ST’s versatility and capabilities immediately signaled its star power.

Features that drew the crew at Pursuit to Edge ST were its specially tuned, twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter EcoBoost® V6 engine, ST performance brake system, quick-shifting 8-speed transmission and selectable traction control – all made available in a roomy midsize SUV package.  Edge ST, available in showrooms now, is the first-ever SUV from the Ford Performance team.

“Speed, acceleration, braking, handling, even roominess – Edge ST has it all,” said Mike Johnson, racer, stunt driver and Pursuit Systems president and CEO. “Our shoots often demand a lot of the equipment we use, and especially the vehicles. In every way, Edge ST measures up.”

Transforming Edge ST into a camera car meant adding structural support to its roof to accommodate equipment, including the nearly 1,000-pound Pursuit Arm. This arm, typically equipped with a gyro-stabilized remote-control camera, can extend far away from the vehicle, giving filmmakers the ability to capture unique angles of high-speed action. 

Other conversion work included:
  • Retuning the twin-turbo 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine to counter the weight of the crane and other film equipment
  • Adding individual-wheel air suspension to manage the weight increase
  • Adding roll cage support to protect passengers
  • Gutting the interior to accommodate film equipment
  • Adding wiring for video monitors so crew members can see footage in real-time
  • Wrapping the exterior in matte black vinyl so it doesn’t reflect in other vehicles
“We’ve never done anything like this before with an SUV because there’s never been an SUV like Edge ST in our showroom,” said Mark Grueber, Ford SUV marketing manager. “It has the performance chops and utility to keep up with fast-paced moviemaking.”

This one-of-a-kind Edge ST camera car will join the Pursuit Systems stable of high-performance vehicles, taking its place along camera cars converted from a BMW X5 M, Porsche Cayenne Turbo and a Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG. Pursuit plans to use it in future film and commercial projects.






About Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company is a global company based in Dearborn, Michigan. The company designs, manufactures, markets and services a full line of Ford cars, trucks, SUVs, electrified vehicles and Lincoln luxury vehicles, provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company and is pursuing leadership positions in electrification, autonomous vehicles and mobility solutions. Ford employs approximately 201,000 people worldwide. For more information regarding Ford, its products and Ford Motor Credit Company, please visit www.corporate.ford.com.

About Pursuit Systems

Pursuit Systems, established in 2001, specializes in the design and manufacture of advanced specialty equipment for the motion picture and television production industries. Pursuit’s cranes, camera cars and tracking vehicles are leading edge tools for directors and cinematographers. The Pursuit High Speed Gyro Stabilized Crane, the R1 Carbon Fiber Arm, and the Ford Raptor Off-Road Camera Car are tangible expressions of innovative design.