…while Galante had this 4340 crankshaft for Fiat 1.8-liter. Galante reports it will custom make cranks for any 4-, 6-, or 8-cylinder “V” engine.
This steering shaft and drive axle is also from Collazuol…
…as is this wheel hub, all of which are used in Argentine Touring Car racing.
Pronello was also there from Argentina featuring its shock dynos, and it carries over a dozen different ones. They feature the ability to test under any type of curve (including sine test or a basic shock bump) and allows testing to be performed with different speeds for compression and expansion for real world simulations. They use a Bosch/Rexroth servo motor and driver, the former of which has a cooling system and a brake resistor unit to allow it to test under extreme load conditions for racing. Pronello also makes mono- and twin-tube shock absorbers with height, bump, and rebound adjustability.