Harley Davidson Screamin Eagle Pro Race Tuner 32109-08c on 2040-parts.com
Asheboro, North Carolina, United States
Harley Davidson Pro Race Tuner 32109-08c. Tuner can be used on most 2001-2016 Harley Davidson Models. This is the Pro Race Tuner that was discontinued through Harley due to agreement with EPA. Item is new unopened in box and can only be used on one bike, once installed tuner is married to your VIN/ECM and can not be used on any other bike. This tuner allows the most adjustments for the wildest performance modifications.
Due to item supply being limited and demand high No returns will be accepted. Item is new unopened in box. Discontinued through the Motor Company.
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Fri, 08 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700
The driving directions to the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance tell you that this is an event held in a very special place. Whether you’re arriving from San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Cruz or Monterey, Pebble Beach is one of the world’s premier automotive events. In the words of the organisers, “only the most beautiful and rare cars are invited to appear on the famed 18th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Links”, with “connoisseurs of art and style” gathering to admire the masterpieces.
Tue, 22 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Kia will build their rumoured rear-wheel drive V8 saloon - but it won't come to the UK, sources in Korea have confirmed to CAR.Following the domestic badge hierarchy, this new range-topper would logically be called the K9. Perhaps that dog-inspired badge may explain why the car won’t come to Europe, but US sales are expected. Kia’s new range-topper: the ‘K9’
The new large Kia saloon was scheduled to be shown in 2011, but it has now been pushed back to a 2012 launch. The new saloon would sit above the front-drive 3.5-litre V6 K7/Cadenza saloon in the Kia line-up. CAR understands the new exec will be ready by May 2012.
The K9 represents the first application of sister brand Hyundai's rear-drive technology from the Genesis and Equus. Expect Hyundai's 'Tau' V8 engine under the bonnet, along with the upcoming eight-speed automatic transmission which arrived in the Genesis R-Spec saloon at the 2011 Chicago auto show.
Tue, 11 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700
As Sam Livingstone opines in his review of the latest Porsche 911, we are in a period of car design consolidation, with the new 911 the ultimate expression of a slightly suffocating trend. Yet every so often, a vehicle appears that breaks these rules and – through a combination of factors that can be difficult to quantify – captures the imagination, becoming a symbol of the times and an overnight market success. Such vehicles tend to emerge once a decade or so, yet the late 90s and early noughties were extraordinary for giving birth to three – the Ford Ka of '96, Audi TT of '98 and Mini of '01.