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Kawasaki Super Charger Belt Tensioner Assy Ultra 250 260 X Lx 07 08 09 10 Oem on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Lavallette, New Jersey, United States

Lavallette, New Jersey, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:13271-3922 49079-3701 92153-3753 Brand:Kawasaki Warranty:No Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan

It spins freely but may or may not need a bearing it does free spin after u spin it. Comes with belt in decent condition off a 2008 ultra 250 that cracked the block.

Ford Focus RS will hit 164mph

Thu, 27 Nov 2008

The 2009 Ford Focus RS - Good for 164mph [ad#ad-1] Ford in Austria has finally let loose some concrete information on the much anticipated 2009 Ford Focus RS, which looks set to be one barn-stormer of a car. With almost 300bhp, a 0-60 time in the high 5 seconds and a top speed of 164mph, the Focus RS looks an enticing package for the boy racers. Austrian prices are quoted at €39,000, which at today’s rotten rates equates to about £32.5k.

WIN the last ever Volvo C30 on Twitter

Mon, 10 Jun 2013

The last ever Volvo C30 (pictured) is up for grabs in a Twitter competition The Volvo C30 has only been with us for seven years, but it’s made its mark. Perhaps the highest profile outing for the C30 was with a starring role in the Twilight films, which exposed the C30 to a very non-Volvo demographic, and made the C30 almost cool. But with Volvo’s new V40 hitting the roads, Volvo revealed they were ending production of the C30 and now they’ve decided they’re going to give away the very last C30 – an R-Design model with Polestar upgrades and an Ice White paint job – in a Twitter competition starting on 13th June.

2013 Range Rover caught on video in Germany

Mon, 05 Sep 2011

2013 Range Rover caught on video Just last month we had spy shots of the new Range Rover – due as a 2013 car – as it ploughed round roads in the Midlands. And now we can go one better, with the new Range Rover caught on video in Germany. James May won’t be pleased, but Land Rover are busy doing what every car maker, even makers of high-end SUVs, do these days, and that’s plough endlessly round the Nurburgring to tune the ride and handling.