VIDEO: Shop Talk features Concept One’s Custom Thermostat Housing

In a recent episode of Shop Talk, Kevin from Concept One Pulleys fully explains the Concept One custom thermostat housing. When car owners and engine builders need to create extra clearance not offered from their OE thermostat, these custom housings come in great use. They are pointed down at a 6 o’clock position, as opposed to the stock 8 o’clock position, to get them out of the way of frame rails, hoods, control arms, and so on.

This episode is a part of the series by the company intended to better explain the details of the Concept One parts to their customers. Consumers are already giving the company great feedback about the series, as it brings products to life that are hard to explain in text. Learn more about this episode, and where to find more like it, in the official release from Concept One below.

Official Release:

Concept One Pulley Systems’ Shop Talk Features Custom Thermostat Housing


Concept One Pulley Systems’ new edition of Shop Talk features Concept One’s custom thermostat housing. Shop Talk is a regular video series produced by Concept One Pulleys to provide tech tips and how-to videos.

The latest edition provides details on Concept One’s custom thermostat housing. Customers were finding they had clearance issues with the standard OE thermostat housing. By changing the position of the thermostat to point down at a 6:00 position instead of sticking out at an 8:00 position Concept One’s thermostat gives builders more options for frame rails, hood side, control arm, etc.

All episodes of Concept One’s Shop Talk are available on the website at c1pulleys.com under Videos or on YouTube at conceptonepulleys.

“We’ve had great feedback on our Shop Talk video series,” said Kevin Redd, Concept One co-owner. “It gives us the opportunity show and explain things that are much easier to understand when you see them being done.”

Concept One is a product line of Redd Machining and Manufacturing, Inc. founded by Kevin and Randy Redd in 1996. The first Concept One complete pulley system was introduced in 2001. Concept One’s goal is to provide easy to install pulley systems that improve drivability and look great at a competitive price. They use only top quality materials machined to exacting tolerances and components from such companies as Continental®, Edelbrock®, Delphi®, Powermaster® and Tuff Stuff Performance Accessories. Superior customer service and technical support continue to be their priority.

Features:

  • Concept One Shop Talk Video Series Explains Product Lines
  • New Episode Gives Details on Custom Thermostat Housing
  • Housing is Intended to Provide More Clearance in Engine Bay
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Concept One

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Shawn Henry is a Texas native who has spent the majority of his career building and selling F-Bodies and Corvettes. Now studying journalism, he is taking a new direction with his love of GM Performance vehicles.

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