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Formula Drift Long Beach

Posted by on Apr 24, 2013 in Blog, Media, Shows | 0 comments

It was a wonderful event this year at Formula Drift Long Beach and Hose Candy enjoyed every second of it.  Here are just a few of the images that were captured at the event.  ...

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StangTV, Hose Candy and RingBrothers

Posted by on Nov 28, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

by Michael Harding with StangTV.com   Mike and Jim Ring got a Torino from their dad when they were kids. They worked on it every week, and painted it often. As the saying goes, that is where it all started. The Ring brothers began working on cars and building customs, and now their names are synonymous with unique cars and cool customs that have been a part of the musclecar crowd for years.With cars to die for, and custom work that stands apart from many others that has made a name for Ringbrothers, they became the first shop to win the Goodguys Rod and Custom Association Street Machine of the Year for two years in a row. This year they won for a third time with “Producer”, the beautiful 1965 Mustang fastback you see in this article. While many shops and builders don’t like to share trade secrets, the Ring brothers are more than willing to share what they do and what they know – including what works well for them. With all of the customs they’ve had over the years, the one product that both Mike and Jim wish they had for earlier builds is Hose Candy. As Mike stated in the video, they used to hide the hoses as much as possible because you just can’t make metal hose clamps and rubber...

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Sweetening Up Your Plumbing with Hose Candy

Posted by on Nov 16, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Sweetening Up our Plumbing with Hose Candy By Paul Huizenga, posted in Engine When did we stop appreciating the mechanical honesty of an exposed engine? Open the hood on a new car or truck, and you’ll see some molded plastic engine cover that would be totally at home on a cheap die-cast toy with “REAL ENGINE DETAIL” printed on the box. Even the beloved C5 and C6 Corvettes sport coil covers that are purely cosmetic, assuming of course that non-functional slabs...

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2013 Ford Focus ST gets the SEMA treatment

Posted by on Nov 15, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Ford was looking to make a splash at the 2012 SEMA show with five heavily customized 2013 Focus ST hatchbacks. All are powered by Ford’s 2.0-liter EcoBoost inline-four mated to a six-speed manual transmission. Noted aftermarket tuning companies, including Steeda, Cosworth and Galpin, have worked to give each car a distinct look. Tanner Foust Racing added an adjustable suspension, Monotune air intake system and Magnaflow exhaust for more horsepower to its Focus ST. The car also gets a lowered, aggressive body kit by Street...

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