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350z Exedy Nismo Flywheel on

US $180.00

South Houston, Texas, United States

South Houston, Texas, United States
Used in good shape. Will come freshly cleaned ready to install. NOTE: When installing ensure correct orientation for crank sensor reading.

Lamborghini Reventon Roadster leaks

Thu, 10 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The first picture of the Lamborghini Reventon Roadster ahead of Frankfurt The Reventon Roadster details are still a bit under wraps, but we’re pretty certain it will be powered by the same lump as the LP650-4 Roadster which is currently making its way down Lamborghini’s production line. That will endow the Reventon Roadster with a 0-60mph time of around 3.4 seconds. There is still an outside chance that the Roadster will get the engine from the LP670-4, but that’s a ‘Wait and See’ scenario until Lamborghini coughs up some proper detail.

Video: Lexus LF-CC concept explained by its designers

Fri, 12 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700

We're big fans of the Lexus LF-CC concept after seeing it in Paris. It's not what you would call traditionally beautiful but it's incredibly complex, engagingly off-beat and, most importantly, shows – along with the LF-LC concept – that Lexus may finally have a recipe for distinctive and consistent design. Here Lexus Design's General Manager Yo Hiruta discusses the continuing evolution of the brand in an interview with the Lexus Blog.

Land Rover Discovery Sport

Wed, 03 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

With the launch of the Evoque, Range Rover and Range Rover Sports, Land Rover has sufficiently bolstered its range of high-profit 'luxury' family of vehicles. Now, the Discovery Sport has been unveiled as the first of its renewed 'leisure' models. As these pictures show, the boundaries between the luxury and leisure ranges lie pretty close together, with the new Sport drawing heavily on the Evoque's design themes: a few degrees of approach angle are traded for rounder, far-less utilitarian bumpers; the character lines are more deeply cut into the bodysides and rise more steeply, and the C- and D-pillars are much faster than the outgoing Freelander/LR2's.