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7" Exhaust Muffler Pipe Heat Shield Cover Heel Guard For Kawasaki Harley Yamaha on


深圳, China

深圳, China
Condition:New Brand:Unbranded/Generic Surface Finish:chrome Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply Warranty:Yes

                                            pls check the size in the picture carefully !

                                                         Condition : Brand New
                                                          aftermarket item 
                                                            Color : Chrome

                                                             Length: 7"  Fit most of the Kawasaki Harley Yamaha Suzuki motorcycle /                                                         cruiser  /chopper / custom with around exhausts from 2" to 2 3/4"


Rolls Royce Ghost – Undisguised

Mon, 08 Jun 2009

Rolls Royce Ghost virtually undisguised out testing in Germany This spy shot of the new Rolls Royce Ghost was grabbed with the baby RR out testing in Germany, and gives us the best view yet of the new RR4. For the first time we get to see the stainless steel bonnet option the Phantoms get, and get a much clearer feel of it’s presence. Yes, it is clearly a sibling of the Phantom, but it seems better proportioned.

First Sight: BMW 4 Series

Mon, 17 Jun 2013

Within BMW, it was an ongoing discussion for two decades: what to call the coupé version of the 3 Series? With the new model pictured here, the advocates of change got it their way. The proliferation of models most likely tipped the scales – besides the 3 Series sedan, there is the Touring, the 'Gran Turismo' and the China-only long-wheelbase version.

Driver prefer atlas to sat-nav

Wed, 02 Jul 2014

SATELLITE NAVIGATION may have become an integral part of many drivers’ daily routine, three quarters of the UK’s motorists (76%) say they still prefer to use a road atlas to plan journeys. Drivers in a survey by the AA said they found an atlas more useful to give an overview of a journey. While satellite navigation systems are useful, a further 65% of drivers said they still use an atlas to check the sat-nav is selecting the best route.