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11377524879 Variable Timing Eccentric Shaft Sensor Fits Bmw E90 E60 E70 328i Z4 on 2040-parts.com

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Guangdong, China

Guangdong, China
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:unbranded Manufacturer Part Number:11 37 7 524 879 / S119565001Z Warranty:Yes Interchange Part Number:11377524879 / S119565001Z MPN:Does not apply Other Part Number:11377524879 / S119565001Z UPC:Does not apply

McLaren MP4-12C GT3 (2011) track testing begins

Fri, 11 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0800

McLaren has begun testing its latest track weapon, the MP4-12C GT3 ahead of the 2012 FIA GT3 season.  How different is the MP4-12C GT3 from the roadgoing edition? The MP4-12C GT3 is based on the standard machine but modified for FIA GT racing by McLaren GT - a joint venture between McLaren Automotive and CRS Racing, a UK-based team currently competing in FIA GT with Ferrari F430s.  Externally you'll notice the race-spec fixed rear wing, undertray diffuser, front splitter, louvres and vents. Underneath there's a new suspension system, ditching the road car's linked suspension for FIA-compliant conventional dampers and anti-roll bars. Akebono is supplying race-specific brake components, and Bosch Motorsport has installed its ABS system. The car sits 100mm wider on its new suspension and has suitably flared bodywork as a result.  It's still the McLaren's bespoke 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 engine, tuned for racing.

Tesla Model S fire – are petrol or electric cars safer?

Mon, 07 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Tesla Tesla Model S fire – are petrol or electric cars safer? Last week, a Tesla Model S all-electric luxury car like that pictured above caught fire. Lithium-ion batteries – similar to those powering the Tesla – have developed something of a reputation for spontaneous combustion in recent years, including notable incidents involving not only mobile phones and laptop computers but also the Boeing Dreamliner ‘super jumbo’ passenger aircraft.

UK Motorways hit the big 50

Sat, 06 Dec 2008 00:00:00 -0800

[ad#ad-1] It’s hard to imagine travelling round the UK, or any other country for that matter, without Motorways. Circumventing London on the M25, much as we complain, is infinitely better than using the North and South Circular roads used to be. London to Leeds is just a few hours and, despite the huge traffic problems on the M5 in the summer months, the West Country is accessible in an acceptable length of time.