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Sno-stuff Ceramic Coated Exaust Can For Polaris Pro R 800 Rush on

US $199.99

North Rose, New York, United States

North Rose, New York, United States
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New Sno-Stuff rumble pack exhaust can for Polaris, lighter & louder than stock, save $$$$. Not actual picture for model but correct can will be shipped. Picture just for reference For questions or to inquire about other items please call 315-573-3685 Have nearly every can for any sled Polaris Skidoo Arctic Cat ect Just email or call and we can get you taken care of.

Kia GT concept (2011) at Frankfurt motor show

Mon, 12 Sep 2011

When CAR visited Kia’s Korean test facility in Namyang back in April 2011, there were several clues to suggest the company was looking into some kind of high-performance saloon: we saw an M3 and a Nissan GT-R in the car park, plus a senior engineer told us that he and the team often pondered what it would be like to build a – very specific this – V6 turbo, rear-wheel drive sports coupe. Board members, meanwhile, suggested we wait until the 2011 Frankfurt motor show to see what performance treats they had planned. Well, here’s the first glimpse of what all those clues could mean: the Kia GT.

College for Creative Studies - GM Autonomy 2020 project

Wed, 12 May 2004

Final year Transportation Design students at Detroit's College for Creative Studies have presented the results of a GM-sponsored project, to design a GM vehicle for the year 2020. The proposals were to be based on the skateboard-shaped chassis of the Autonomy fuel cell concept shown at the 2002 Detroit Auto Show. This was one of several manufacturer-sponsored projects that were presented in the lead-up to the annual CCS Student Exhibition, which opens this Friday May 14.

2011 Nissan GT-R: GT-R EGOIST & GT-R Club Track Editions added

Tue, 19 Oct 2010

2011 Nissan GT-R - arrives in February 2011 It may be that Nissan are following the Porsche 911 school of car updates by making endless changes to a car that ends up looking the same – the 2011 Nissan GT-R. But they also seem to be heading relentlessly down the 911 route in terms of model variations too. For 2011 there are two new models – the EGOIST and the Club Track edition, which we didn’t know when we first reported details of the 2011 GT-R in August.