Racing Radios Four Conductor (imsa) Drag Racing Radio Car Harness on 2040-parts.com
Los Angeles, California, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:RR-RCH-DRAG4
Racing Radios Four Conductor (IMSA) Drag Racing Radio Car Harness
Drag Racing Harness. 4 Conductor (IMSA) wiring. Provides louder volume, required to drive helmet speakers. Fits Most Motorola two-pronged style radios like the CP200, BPR40, P1225, PR400 and GP300.
Bought it for $150.00 but never used it. Selling for $125.00
Pick ups accepted
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Mon, 25 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0800
Mercedes seem to have big issues with the injectors on the OM651 Engine
Update: There has been a lot of interest in this article, and we’ve asked Mercedes a number of questions about the injector issue. They haven’t answered, but you may find the article on Mercedes Injector Problems – the unanswered questions useful. Cars UK isn’t exactly Watchdog.
Fri, 09 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800
There were a few bare spots on the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show this year, spots that in previous years had been jammed sardine-like with myriad Taiwanese makers of Hello Kitty knockoff cell phone cozies and electronic barking dogs, but the show this year was nonetheless pretty well attended. Besides, for those working their way upstream through the aisles like so many digitally trained trout, the empty spots left by exhibitors that pulled out were like refreshing mountain meadows or little piazzas in crowded Italian cities. Show management stocked the open spots with cushy couches, too, on which many a jet-lagged showgoer snoozed.
Thu, 23 Dec 2010 00:00:00 -0800
Aston Martin is in talks with Daimler AG over a potential partnership that would see the British luxury carmaker design and build a new Maybach ultraluxury sedan for the German automaker, Europe press reports said. Aston Martin may take engine technology from Daimler in exchange for building Daimler's Maybach cars, the Financial Times said on Wednesday, citing people close to the situation. German automotive magazine Auto Zeitung said Daimler has already commissioned a mock-up of a new Maybach limousine that would use know-how and parts from Aston Martin.