Each year the SEMA Show brings dozens of automotive and parts manufacturers, media members, vendors, buyers and enthusiasts together for a week in Las Vegas. As always, the brands that make up the COMP Performance Group (CPG) will be on hand with their newest parts, while a newly restored 1969 Camaro convertible belonging to COMP Cams will also be featured this year.
From November 1 – 4 the COMP Performance Group will be set up at booth no. 23043 in the Central Hall inside the expansive Las Vegas Convention Center. The entire CPG family will showcase its latest wares with parts on display from brands including: COMP Cams, FAST, TCI, Quarter Master, RHS, Inglese, ZEX and Powerhouse Products. Among the parts slated for display are revolutionary GM LS SPR Radius Tip Rocker Arms from COMP Cams, the new and unique FAST XFI Street Engine Management System. and the versatile Diablo Blackout Shifter from TCI. A variety of other state-of-the-art products will also be included, while brand new literature and knowledgeable sales staff will help tell each part’s story.
In addition, this year the CPG booth will display the company’s beautifully restored 1969 Chevrolet Camaro convertible. The restoration was completed by V8 Speed & Resto Shop and features a powertrain made up almost exclusively of COMP Performance Group parts. The engine was built by Butler LS. A variety of other aftermarket companies also contributed to the build, each of which will be acknowledge on a display board featured with the car. The general public can lay eyes on the Camaro on Friday evening, November 4, when it will be part of SEMA Ignited. That day it will be featured in booth no. 80021.
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