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For Suzuki Gsxr Gsx-r 600 750 K8 08 09 10 2008 2009 2010 Fairing Kit 2j66 Zf on

US $174.00

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Condition:New Brand:Unbranded/Generic Placement on Vehicle:Left,Right,Front,Rear Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply Color:Multi-Colored Type:Full Fairing Fit Make:Suzuki Material:ABS Plastic Fit Model:GSXR600,GSXR750,K8 Molding:Injection Mold (Perfect Fit) Fit Year:2008,2009,2010 Holes:Pre-Drilled Warranty:Yes Fit:Custom Fit UPC:Does not apply Number of Pieces:28

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Porsche Panamera Turbo Powerkit adds 40hp

Tue, 17 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Porsche Panamera with the new Sport Design Pack The Porsche Panamera has the same problem all Porsches have – it’s easy to admire but quite hard to love. And it goes further for the Panamera because it has to suffer the same sniping about its looks as its SUV sibling, the Porsche Cayenne. But Porsche aren’t losing sleep over the constant jibes about the ugly ducklings in their range.

Need for Speed Ford Mustang sells for $300,000

Tue, 29 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The 900hp Ford Mustang GT as seen in the latest Need for Speed movie has sold at an auction in the US for $300,000 – that’s roughly £180,000. Unfortunately, the winning bidder might be disappointed to find out that in real life it doesn’t make anywhere near the 900hp claimed in the film, instead running a stock 420hp. Please click on the picture above to find out more about the Need for Speed Mustang

Euro NCAP tests for C4, Swift, CR-Z and iX35

Wed, 25 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The results from the latest round of Euro NCAP crash tests are in, and - surprise, surprise - every car tested came away with a maximum five-star safety rating. The new Citroen C4, Suzuki Swift, Honda CR-Z hybrid and Hyundai iX35 were all put through their paces, and each passed with flying colours. The latest results, while highlighting how far car safety has come in recent years (remember the notorious Rover 100 fiasco of 1997?), are bound to reignite the growing debate that the tests - or at least the marks awarded - need to show more differentiation between models.