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Or 01-05 Civic Em2 Es Front+rear Racing Coilover 1-3"lowering Coil Spring Silver on

US $83.59

Rowland Heights, California, United States

Rowland Heights, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Top Street King Materials:Spring Steel / Aluminum Manufacturer Part Number:COILHC01SL Surface Finish:Powder Coated Interchange Part Number:Adjustable Scaled Cold-Wounded Steel Suspension Front / Rear Lowering Rate:1-3" Other Part Number:Coil Lower Spring Over Strut Coupe/Sedan/Hatchback Please Note:Removal of strut material may be needed to install Placement on Vehicle:Front, Left, Rear, Right UPC:Does Not Apply Color:Silver

Aston Martin Rapide coming home

Tue, 07 Jun 2011

Aston Martin Rapide - homeward bound It took Aston Martin what seemed like forever to get their four-door supercar – the Aston Martin Rapide – in to production, and even then they didn’t build it themselves. When they were busy planning production of the Rapide the world’s economy was buoyant, credit was a piece of cake and Aston Martins were flying out of the showroom. But the new economic reality bit in 2008 and sales fell at Aston Martin, but by then the plan to get the Rapide built at Magna Steyr in Austria was unstoppable so, despite Aston Martin workers twiddling their thumbs as Magna Steyr built Rapides, there as nothing to be done.

Lexus LF-NX Turbo concept debuts in Tokyo

Thu, 21 Nov 2013

Lexus introduced its first turbocharged motor on Wednesday at the Tokyo Motor Show. The 2.0-liter with a twin-scroll turbo debuted in the Lexus LF-NX Turbo Concept CUV. For you engineers, the boosted four gets a high-tumble intake port, which cuts down on air turbulence, fan spray fuel injection, variable-valve timing and a cylinder head-integrated exhaust manifold.

Hydrogen powered London Taxis hit the road

Sun, 06 Nov 2011

Hydrogen powered London Taxi revealed last Summer Over two years ago London Mayor, Boris Johnson, promised we would have a ‘Hydrogen Highway’ in London in time for the 2012 Olympics, with a small fleet of 150 cars, 20 black cabs and 5 buses all running on Hydrogen. He also said that London would have half a dozen hydrogen refuelling stations and, in typically ‘Boris’ style, proclaimed that Britain would become a ‘World Leader in Fuel Cell Technology’ and that one in three cars would be powered by hydrogen by 2020. And although we took Boris’s proclamations with a pinch of salt, we were pleased to see a senior politician seeing the future as something other than plug-in BEVs.