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Yamaha Raptor 660r Full Graphics Kit Green on

US $95.00

Carteret, New Jersey, United States

Carteret, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Brand:RAPTOR Manufacturer Part Number:12345

YAMAHA RAPTOR 660R full graphics kit.....100% positive feedback.....PRINTED ON HIGH QUALITY 3M VINYL.... total 9mil thickness...(same graphics on 15mil thick material $150)allow 2 days for printing and laminating...sometimes ship the same day... fast shipping!!

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BMW & GM to partner on fuel cell development

Sat, 10 Dec 2011 00:00:00 -0800

BMW & GM to partner on Fuel Cell technology Reports from Germany say that talks between  BMW and GM on developing new fuel cell technology are at an advanced stage. We recently revealed the BMW are to partner with Toyota to deliver diesel engines for Toyota in Europe and to work on next generation lithium ion battery technology. But it looks like it’s not just Toyota BMW are happy to play with.

Tomorrow's world: Ford's downsized 1.0-litre Ecoboost

Wed, 25 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Direct injection petrol and diesel, hybridisation, downsizing, turbocharging, twin-charging the list of efficiency-boosting, fuel saving features being offered in new cars is becoming so long, buying a new one is like revising for exams. Is there room for another? Apparently so, but since there’s no official name for it yet we’ll call it ‘super-downsizing’ or in other words, using a very small engine in a not so small car.

Ford future products: New vehicles get lighter, faster and move upscale

Mon, 29 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Ford Motor Co.'s future-product focus is on improved fuel economy by making its vehicles smaller and engines lighter without sacrificing performance, safety or luxury. It also wants to push the Ford brand more upscale to capture customers orphaned by the shutdown of the Mercury brand, and to attract new buyers with more product offerings. Ford has said 90 percent of its North American nameplates will be available with direct-injection turbocharged EcoBoost engines as standard equipment or as an option by 2013.