For Ford Kuga/escape Car Led Daylight Daytime Lights Kit Turn Signal Lamp Drl on 2040-parts.com
1.Super bright with high quality LED bulbs over 50,000h life span.
2.Modern appearance to make your carattractive
3.Easy installation and perfect match.
5.Factory direct sell to save your money.
1 x Left DRL
1 x Right DRL
1 x Controller and wires
1 x Product Manual
1.If the product is damaged during the shipping, pls refuse to sign and contact us
2.If the product does not suitable for your love car, please contact us and send it
back. We will give you a refund.
3.The product is one year warranty.
4.Buyer should be responsible for any duties,tax and customs charges of your country.
On Nov-15-16 at 22:42:21 PST, seller added the following information:
On Dec-16-16 at 05:06:19 PST, seller added the following information:
Fog/Driving Lights for Sale
Tue, 13 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800
They took with them the usual holiday toys, but they remembered to pack a nice new Jaguar XFR, with a few mods necessary to run at Bonneville (roll cage, fire extinguishers, etc). They had a little fiddle with the ECU to derestrict it (and yield 600bhp) but, it is claimed, made no further mods apart from adding a spoiler at the back to stop the XFR taking off on the Salt Flats’ wide open spaces. Jaguar XFR breaks 225mph at Bonneville
So what happened?
Mon, 09 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800
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Thu, 19 Oct 2006 00:00:00 -0700
By Phil McNamara
19 October 2006 02:37
Porsche has upgraded its two Boxster models, by transplanting the Cayman coupe's punchier flat six engines. The base Cayman cabriolet – sorry, Boxster – now gets a smidgen more power and torque from its 2.7-litre unit, with outputs climbing to 245bhp and 201lb ft. The tweaks shave a tenth off the 0-62mph sprint, reducing it to 6.1sec, and improve fuel economy by 1mpg to 30.4.