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3amotor, TW

3amotor, TW
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:1. These items must be returned to us unused with original packaging intact and in saleable condition within 14 days of receipt. Goods must be returned with shipping paid. A 10% off of original item cost will be refunded due to restocking and handling charge; Refund will be processed in the same method as the payment was made. Postage and packing will not be refunded. We will provide you with an RMA form to fill out along with a mailing address for returns. 2. We only accept returns for exchanges or money back on defective products. Buyer is responsible for shipping costs incurred shipping products back. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:3A MOTOR Manufacturer Part Number:New Aftermarket Style Interchange Part Number:Automatic Transmission Other Part Number:BMW E34 E36 E38 E65 X3 X5 Z3 Placement on Vehicle:Front Surface Finish:ALUMINUM Warranty:Yes Country of Manufacture:Taiwan, Province of China

Mitsubishi's world debut at Paris

Mon, 15 Sep 2008

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 15 September 2008 09:37 Mitsubishi today released this mysterious teaser photo of a new car – thought to be the new Colt – that will make its world debut at next month's 2008 Paris motor show. It's hard to see much from the shadowy pixels that have been issued: it looks like a generic, modern Mitsu with the Lancer's deep grille and wedgy headlamps. CAR expects Mitsubishi to show a heavily revised Colt at the Paris show on 2 October 2008.

Toyota FCV Has Passed its Most Important Stage Yet

Sat, 13 Sep 2014

Toyota FCV (pictured) moves closer to production With anticipation and excitement growing stronger and stronger for the Toyota FCV’s release, we are now one step closer to seeing it on the road with Toyota gaining the government’s approval status for them to build and inspect manufactured hydrogen tanks that carry high amounts of pressure. This has been a large hurdle in Toyota’s race to produce the world’s first road legal hydrogen powered vehicle due to the strict Japanese laws that outline all pressurised gas containers should be type-certified and should be available at all times to inspect for an official safety inspection throughout the manufacturing process. Now that Toyota have been given the go ahead, this boost in plans means that they can now ramp up the production of hydrogen tanks that can store hydrogen fuel at 70mpa (700bar) pressure.

New BMW M3 and M4 revealed for 2014

Thu, 12 Dec 2013

This is it, folks – this is your early petrolheaded Christmas present: BMW has released full details of the new BMW M3 Saloon and M4 Coupe. And we do mean full details. Output of 431 turbocharged horsepower is the headline, but really it’s the extent of the engineering overhaul carried out by BMW’s M division that really stuns the senses here.