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Nac's Racing Front Master Cylinder Cover Yamaha Yfz450 Banshee Raptor Blaster on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Berryville, Arkansas, United States

Berryville, Arkansas, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:NCMCC3 Part Brand:Nac's Racing Warranty:No

Nac's Racing master cylinder covers are highly polished with the nacs logo engraved. unopened  ............Fits Yamaha Banshee, Warrior, Blaster 03-06, Raptor 350/600, YFZ450 04-06, Raptor 700 06 and similar.

Aston Martin to use Mercedes AMG V8 engines (2013)

Thu, 25 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

It’s a new era for Aston Martin: the Gaydon brand has announced today (25 July 2013) that it’s in the early stages of a deal with Mercedes’ in-house tuners AMG, which will allow it to use Mercedes-honed engine and electronics technology. Has Aston Martin sold its soul to the Germans? Not quite – Daimler AG is set to take only a 5% share stake in Aston Martin, sitting alongside majority shareholders Investment Dar and Investindustrial.

2015 Land Rover Defender delayed – creating the absolute dog’s danglers will take longer

Tue, 21 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Recently, we reported  Land Rover’s design director Gerry McGovern saying of the 2015 Land Rover Defender  “This car will be the bollocks, I assure you. The absolute dog’s bollocks.” But it seems that creating the absolute dog’s danglers is going to take a bit longer than planned. Autocar are reporting that John Edwards – Land Rover’s Global Brand Director – has said the new Defender will not be going in to production in 2015 as planned, although Land Rover are planning to scrap the current Defender then as it will no longer meet emissions regulations.

CCTV 'Spy cars' to be banned

Mon, 23 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700

CCTV "SPY CARS" used to catch people who park illegally is to be banned, the Government announced, marking a victory for drivers and shoppers. The move will rein in "greedy councils" who use the method of fining as a "cash cow", and bring to an end the "plague" of tickets being issued by post. Parking wardens will instead have to fix tickets directly to windscreens, making it illegal for councils to issue penalties to drivers using just the CCTV spy cars currently used for on-street parking enforcement.