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Fit Nissan Gloria Cima Y32 Y33 Vq30 Decat Catalyser Test Exhaust Pipe De-cat on

US $59.90

Banning, California, United States

Banning, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:autobahn88 Pipe:Decat Pipe ( Straight Test Pipe ) , 76mm (3") OD Manufacturer Part Number:CAMF050 Catalyser:No ( Straight through ) Placement on Vehicle:Front Materials:SUS 304 Stainless Steel Surface Finish:Stainless Steel Shine Polished Suitable:JDM Silvia SR20 S15 , Direct install Car Type:Fit Nissan VQ30 VG30 Motor QTY:1PC Engine:VQ30DE,VG30DE Advantages:At Least 5HP increase after installed

Mercedes Benz Eyecatchers +video

Sun, 21 Nov 2010

What first catches your eye? If we asked you what it is that you look at first when you look at a woman (I know, sexist – but it is part of the story) you’d probably tell us it’s the rounded bits and then the face. Consciously, that’s what we think and that’s what we’d say if we’re being honest.

BMW tii models are go

Wed, 02 Apr 2008

By Georg Kacher Motor Industry 02 April 2008 17:06 BMW chief Norbert Reithofer has confirmed to CAR Online that a range of tii performance options will be launched soon on the company's smaller models. He has finally ruled out a rumoured M1 version of the 1-series and said the tii spec would be the most performance-oriented model, claiming the the twin-turbo 135i was quite fast enough (it does 0-62mph in 5.3sec, after all).The tii concept shown at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show points accurately to the approach BMW is developing: performance kits for the 1-series coupe and hatchback, an aero package, carbonfibre details, fatter wheels and tyres, sports seats and instruments. There's even talk of a new M-style steering wheel with integrated LED rev counter.A tii for the massesBMW is the past master at offering huge choice in spec and trim; subtle nuance of alloy wheel size here, and Sport spec there is the stuff of workplace car park folklore.

Land Rover blocking Range Rover Evoque sales to ‘Dishonest’ buyers

Thu, 31 May 2012

Land Rover are blocking sales of the Range Rover Evoque in an effort to stem the flow of cars out of the UK from ‘dishonest’ buyers Over the last few days we’ve had a number of emails from disgruntled readers who’ve been unable to collect their new Range Rover Evoque from their dealer, despite their Evoque being with the dealer and being paid for in full. It transpires that Land Rover are trying to control the supply of the Evoque to businesses and individuals who may sell it on or export it, but their weapon of choice seems to be a bit blunt. So far, after just a few phone calls, we’re aware of over 50 Evoques where Land Rover has either cancelled the order or refused to release the car.