Amb Mylaps Transx 160 Kart And Mx Racing Transponder, No Subscription Needed on 2040-parts.com
Carrollton, Texas, United States
This is a used AMB TransX 160 Transponder, as used on Karts, MotoCross bikes, Quarter Midgets, and Legends Cars. Used on the same timing system as the TransX 260, and the newer MyLaps Transponders. The great thing with this transponder is that it's an earlier subscription free model, and you won't have to pay for a subscription to use it every year, which ends up saving you a lot of money.
Always stored in the charging cradle, and it gets a full 4 days of battery life when taken out and used. Perfect Christmas gift for the racer in your family, save them some money every year on subscriptions or transponder rentals.
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Mon, 26 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Mercedes-Benz sources in Germany have confirmed Chinese media reports suggesting that parent company Daimler and Chinese carmaker BYD's new joint venture brand will be called Denza. Created as a Chinese-market-only brand, Denza is planned to support a range of "affordable" electric-powered vehicles, the first of which is set to be unveiled at the Beijing motor show next month. Based on the underpinnings of the first-generation Mercedes-Benz B-class--a car originally designed to accept batteries within its flat floor structure--the first Denza model was developed in China by a team of engineers from both Daimler and BYD Auto.
Tue, 31 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Tesla has made a real splash in the electric-car scene, so it should come as no surprise that its success is generating renewed interest in the fledgling start-up. New media reports in the US suggest that one of America's biggest car makers, General Motors, is considering buying Tesla in 2014. Veteran auto industry analyst Yra Harris, of Praxis Trading, told CNBC that GM may make a bid for Elon Musk's electric vehicle (EV) specialist in the coming months.
Thu, 13 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
The new Renault Twingo revealed
The new Renault Twingo has been revealed a little earlier than Renault planned with a single group photo of the new Twingo (above) after first images leaked on to the Interwebs, and Renault are promising a proper set of photos later (we’ll update then). The new Twingo takes its cues from the recent Renault Twinz Concept and is underpinned by the same rear-engined, rear-wheel-drive platform as the next generation SMART ForFour. Both the new Twingo and the new ForFour will use the same range of 3-cylinder engines complete with either a manual or dual-clutch auto ‘box, and the Twingo comes with a front end that looks like the rest of the latest Renault range and will be available in both three and five-door options.