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Fmf 25102 Powercore 2 Slip-on Muffler Aluminum Ktm 50sx 09-11 on 2040-parts.com

US $107.99
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Plymouth, Michigan, United States

Plymouth, Michigan, United States
FMF 25102 POWERCORE 2 SLIP-ON MUFFLER ALUMINUM KTM 50SX 09-11, US $107.99, image 1
Condition:New Brand:FMF Racing Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:025102

Bentley Continental GT3-R (2014) first official pics

Tue, 17 Jun 2014

By Damion Smy First Official Pictures 17 June 2014 12:00 The Bentley Continental GT3-R is the fastest accelerating Bentley ever built. It’s a road-gong version of the car that stormed to victory at Silverstone last month, the Continental GT3, and ticks off 0-62mph in 3.8sec: this is some grand tourer The 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 that’s just been introduced into the Flying Spur saloon has been wound up to a heady 572bhp, with a stonking 516lb ft combining to make this svelte coupe the fastest accelerating Bentley production car ever built, and a whopping 0.8sec better than the V8 S model. The GT3-R is not the fastest Bentley, though, with its top-end only 170mph (virtually walking pace, really), but the eight-speed ZF gearbox and final drive have been tuned to make this car a corner carver, as opposed to a top-end tourer.

Saab plea for Court Protection dismissed – owes €150 million to creditors

Thu, 08 Sep 2011

Saab denied Court Protection - there seems no way out We hoped Victor Muller had found a way out of Saab’s financial woes by applying to the Swedish Courts for protection from its creditors while it waited for funds from China to arrive. But the application has hit a brick wall. The district court in Vanersborg said in a statement that there was no reason to believe protection and reorganisation would work for Saab.

Porsche 911 Targa revealed - MSN scoops the new, retro 991

Fri, 13 Dec 2013

This is the first chance to get a full view of the new 2014 911 Targa that Porsche is set to officially launch at January’s Detroit Motor Show. MSN has obtained imagery of the new 991-generation Targa (inset above) and it reveals that the firm is going back to the future with a car that returns to the original Targa style that first appeared back in 1966.