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Two-time NHRA Pro Stock champion Jason Line and performance gauge maker Classic Instruments have inked a partnership for the Chevrolet Performance NHRA U.S. Nationals, August 31 through September 5 at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Line and the Summit Racing-sponsored KB Racing team have worked closely with Classic Instruments to develop the company’s new Performance Series gauges. Available in six styles, the 2 5/8 inch gauges feature a full-sweep face that is easy to read in the heat of competition. They also have a programmable warning light that illuminates the entire face when a chosen temperature or pressure is exceeded, plus an analog 5-4.5VDC output to connect the gauges to a data logging system.
“The entire team at Classic Instruments is proud to sponsor Jason and the KB Racing team at the biggest race of the year, the U.S. Nationals,” said John McLeod, owner of Classic Instruments. “Working with Jason and the team was key in the development of our new Performance Series instruments. KB Racing lives and breathes racing, so they know what the racer wants and needs. The team’s race cars gave us the perfect platform to test our products in the real world.”
“I’m thrilled to have Classic Instruments as a partner,” said Line. “Its gauges have a great reputation, and the KB Racing team jumped at the chance to help develop the new Performance Line gauges. They are rugged, provide accurate readings and have features racers will love.”
Racing fans can visit Drag Race Central (http://www.dragracecentral.com/) to get the latest racing results for Jason Line and the rest of the KB Racing team as they compete at the Chevrolet Performance NHRA U.S. Nationals.
For more information on Classic Instruments’ new Performance Series gauges, visit classicinstruments.com: http://shop.classicinstruments.com/performance-series
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