Statesville, NC: The Jeep Wrangler recently made some noise by being named Hottest 4×4-SUV at the 2016 SEMA Show. Now, Kooks Headers and Exhaust is making some noise of its own with a new Stainless Steel Axle Back Exhaust System for 2007-up Jeep Wrangler JK models.
The Jeep Wrangler JK is one million strong today. The award-winning, dynamic and capable Wrangler JK is reaching a historic milestone that puts everything in perspective.
Think of how many rocks, boulders, cliffs, hills and rivers the JK has navigated. Or how much mud, sand, snow, gravel and dirt the JK’s tires have carefully treaded on.
The 2011 SEMA Show has come and gone, but the drooling over amazing cars, trucks, Jeeps, part and girls continues.
The industry-only SEMA Show always highlights some of the newest and coolest products available – or ones not yet on the market. The project vehicles are amazing and/or border on ridiculous, and there’s no shortage of concept cars, jaw-dropping paint jobs or beautiful women to catch your attention.
The off-road market looked especially strong at SEMA this year, taking up quite a bit of real estate on the show floor. The new JK Jeep Wrangler was all over the show floor, but so were project builds of Toyota Tundras and Tacomas, Ford F-150s and Broncos, Dodge Rams, Chevys and more.
CERRITOS, CALIFORNIA – American Racing ATX Series Wheels is very excited to be coming on board as a presenting sponsor for the entire 2011 Ultra 4 Race Series including the ultra competitive King of the Hammers Race next week in Johnson Valley, CA. ATX will also be sponsoring four teams at King of the Hammers this year including the reigning king from the 2010 race Loren Healy, long time ATX sponsored driver Cottin Rodd from Jimmy’s 4×4, Off Road Evolution owner Mel Wade in his JK and LCQ competitor Jim Brown with Relentless Motorsports.
“The American Racing ATX series has been involved with all forms of off road racing and rock sports for a number of years and the Ultra 4 Series provides us with the ultimate test for our wheels under the toughest combination of obstacles”, says Chris Anderson from ATX. “Through our relationships with some of the top vehicle builders in the segment we are able to gain invaluable feedback on how to continually update our wheels to the changing demands of not only our race teams but also your everyday weekend warrior”.