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TCI-Equipped Trucks Will Take SEMA By Storm

October 30, 2017 - 9:42 am

TCI Engineering Equipped Trucks Will Take SEMA By Storm TCI Engineering is excited to announce all of the AMAZING builds that will be on the SEMA Show Floor this year, including many in the truck category, sporting many of our suspension and chassis upgrades! The custom truck scene is alive and well and we’re excited […]

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*NEW* Mustang Torque Arm for ‘Mini-Tubbed’ vehicles

October 27, 2017 - 3:44 pm

Introducing: 64.5-70 Mustang Torque Arm Kit for ‘Mini-Tubbed’ Vehicles TCI Engineering is proud to announce that our popular Torque Arm rear suspension kit for ’64-’70 Mustangs has been re-imagined to now work with those vehicles that have been mini-tubbed! Our proven Torque Arm rear suspension has recently been redesigned to work with up to a […]

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*NEW* TCI Engineering’s Squarebody C10 4-Link

September 29, 2017 - 9:21 am

  Introducing: TCI Engineering’s Squarebody C10 4-Link If you have an afternoon, we have the suspension TCI Engineering is proud to announce the release of our new Bolt-In Squarebody C10 4-Link. This new kit offers a significant ride height drop, excellent performance while maintaining the utility & strength of a truck. Simply bolts together in an afternoon. You, […]

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2017 Super Chevy Muscle Car Challenge

September 7, 2017 - 1:49 pm

The TCI Engineering entry to the 2017 Super Chevy Muscle Car Challenge is Andy ‘The Nova Guy’ Mule’s ’66 Sedan. Andy has been a long time customer and friend of TCI Engineering. He’s been messing around with Nova for two decades so he’s accumulated mass amounts of stock parts. If you need factory Nova parts, he is […]

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#ProjectRedDawn nearly misses the Super Chevy Muscle Car Challenge

February 23, 2017 - 2:05 pm

 3 Years in the making #ProjectRedDawn TCI Engineering’s 2nd Gen Camaro project is an R&D initiative to design and implement new suspension products for the 2nd Gen Camaro. Here is what it looked like the day we bought it. The first step is disassembly. No big surprises here, the car was for hte most part free of […]

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Derale Performance’s 1966 Mercury Cyclone

December 1, 2016 - 11:26 am

Being lovers of all classic muscle cars, we made sure to catch up with Tom Longoat at SEMA 2016 to discuss the much anticipated Derale Performance 1966 Mercury Cyclone project. And boy, has it come a long way since we saw it last! As is so common with projects of this magnitude, they take longer […]

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Revology Cars Reproduction 1966 Mustang GT350

November 17, 2016 - 9:42 am

As part of our coverage of SEMA 2016, we caught up with Tom Scarpello from Revology Cars to discuss their brand new Reproduction 1966 Mustang GT350. And what we found out is pretty cool! The Mustang GT350s are fully licensed by Ford and made available with either a Coyote or LSx power plant. To some, […]

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Tackle My Ride – New Show on NFL Network

November 9, 2016 - 10:30 am

A select few auto enthusiasts witnessed the unveiling of the new show ‘Tackle My Ride’, officially released at SEMA 2016 with a short clip of the episode featuring the Cleveland Browns.  The clip highlighted a Q&A session with Pro Bowl and Super Bowl Champion Linebacker Lamarr Woodley, owner of Demented Customs James Torrez, and producers.  […]

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October – Ford Truck Month

September 30, 2016 - 2:14 pm

If you’ve been on the fence about equipping your Classic Ford Truck with new suspension or a complete chassis, the time is now. TCI Engineering is offering massive discounts on suspension packages and complete chassis during the month of October. As a thank you to our great Classic Ford Truck customers we will also be […]

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Bob Jenecke’s ’32 Ford Vicky

August 26, 2016 - 8:37 pm

It’s not often that a hotrodder keeps a car/truck for an extended length of time, call it boredom,  greener pastures, whatever; but we hotrodders do everything we can to upgrade, change, or just try something different. Sometimes you just get to the point in a long build where priorities change. It could be for any number of reasons. You only […]

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HS Customs 1969 Camaro – Under Pressure

July 29, 2016 - 10:03 am

Alex Short’s 1969 Camaro built by the talented folks at HS Customs in Logan, UT. Alex Short began building this 1969 Camaro in his garage. His vision for the car was to not just be another ’69 Camaro but something truly special. However, he didn’t want to stray too far from what made the ’69 […]

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Customer Truck: Brian Bauer’s ’30 Model-A

May 12, 2016 - 8:55 am

In the early 80’s Brian bought two “A” bodies from a local junkyard. He used the best parts from each to make one clean pickup. He enlisted TCI to make him a new chassis which it still rides on to this day. 30 plus years of enjoying this build, it doesn’t get much better.

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News Flash – TCI Equipped Camaro starting off 2016 with a bang

April 27, 2016 - 2:40 pm

With the 2016 car show and competition season seeing its official kickoff all across the country this last month, Spring has already been a whirlwind of events, specials and wins for Total Cost Involved Engineering. Chad Ryker Takes Home Classic Muscle Autocross Class Win at NMCA West Spring Nationals Equipped with a complete TCI Engineering […]

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TCI Engineering’s Sales Manager Evan Dalley takes his Nova to Adams Motorsports Park

October 22, 2015 - 8:09 am

This was the last Time Attack Tuesday held by Adams Motorsports Park in 2015. Evan managed to click off a few low 46 second laps even though the track surface was cold.  

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