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Comp Cams 158 Door Slammer Chassis Guide on 2040-parts.com

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Rialto, California, United States

Rialto, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:COMP CAMS Fitment:Aftermarket Modifications Needed Manufacturer Part Number:158 Images:May Vary

Opinion: Discovery Sport and the long-term ramifications of pandering to the crossover convergence

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

Having pored over the first pictures of the new Land Rover Discovery Sport and consumed the accompanying official literature, we’re left wondering why it shares so much of its design treatment with the Range Rover Evoque, while simultaneously removing the last vestiges of utility from the Discovery nameplate. From its virtually indistinguishable grille and lamp graphics, over its tapered roofline to its bespoilered tail, it’s hard to describe it as anything other than a derivative of the Evoque. The difference between a Discovery and a Range Rover it would seem, is a body coloured C-pillar.

Suzuki adds 50 Cent to Super Bowl ad

Thu, 02 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Earlier this week, Suzuki revealed its Super Bowl ad, and on Thursday it released a final version that now includes music by rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. Check out the new version here--it saves you from waiting until Sunday's game to see it. If you can't get enough of Super Bowl car ads, check out our video slideshow of all the automotive Super Bowl commercials released so far at shopautoweek.com.

Subaru Legacy Concept heading for Los Angeles Auto Show

Thu, 14 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The new Subaru Legacy Concept (pictured) is heading for Los Angeles Auto Show The Subaru Legacy is a more than decent car – and very appealing – but it’s not the most stylish looking car. But that could soon change if the new Subaru Legacy Concept – revealed today ahead of a debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show next week – is anything to go by. The front end is very ‘in yer face’ with a big hexagonal grill and ‘Hawk-Eye’ headlights, with big flared wheel arches hinting at decent power – and four wheel drive – and a character line running upwards along the side from the back of the front wheel arches to the tail.