Project 370Z, Testing the AEM ETI Cold Air Intake

Nissan’s 370Z is a pretty damn good car. It is a nice improvement over the already good 350Z; it is more powerful, handles better, is lighter, stiffer and faster. We wonder why it doesn’t sell all that well as we feel that it is a class leading car at a reasonable price. Perhaps in this sluggish economy, the market for a mid priced two seat sports car, which for many people is a second or third car is too much of a luxury.


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BorgWarner EFR Turbochargers Earn Reputation for Performance, Durability and Dependability at IndyCar and Le Mans

BorgWarner’s first year as the exclusive turbocharger supplier for the IZOD IndyCar® Series established a reputation of powerful performance, durability and dependability for EFR (Engineered for Racing) turbochargers. During the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series race…
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Big Brake Kit for Honda Civic and Acura Integra with 15” Wheels

Wilwood announces a Brake Kit for 15” wheels on the Honda Civic and Acura Integra.  This kit brings unmatched braking performance to street and drag race cars using 15” wheels and drag slicks in the…
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New Konig Wheels

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