This is a brand new Tomei header / up pipe wrap for Subaru EJ20/25 headers. This can be used on many other applications, as this is a universal part. Inventory item # 79. Buyer must have a CONFIRMED PAYPAL SHIPPING address and a VERIFIED account.
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Audi dropping Multitronic CVT gearboxTue, 22 Jul 2014
The Audi Multitronic CVT gearbox is being retired Audi make some great cars, but a number of them are spoiled by the woeful CVT gearbox. The theory is that as the CVT ‘box, which varies transmission ratios infinitely and keeps the engine working in the right rev range, is more economical and more efficient. But CVT boxes are horrible.
GM's next eco-concept carFri, 12 Oct 2007
By Ben Oliver Motoring Issues 12 October 2007 11:18 General Motors will unveil a European concept car built on its radical new E-Flex platform at September’s Frankfurt Motor Show. The concept will feature radical styling, with a diesel engine acting as a generator for the concept’s electric motor. And General Motors is believed to be collaborating with urban electric scooter manufacturer Segway; the unnamed concept may be able to carry one or more of the £4000, gyroscope-controlled devices for use in town once you’ve parked.A new type of plug-in hybrid, the E-Flex platform made its debut at the 2007 Detroit Motor Show in the Chevy Volt concept car.
One Lap of the Web: BMW M3 gets color-corrected, a gentleman's GT-R and the Porsche 959Tue, 21 May 2013
We spend a lot of time on the Internet -- pretty much whenever we're not driving, writing about or working on cars. Since there's more out there than we'd ever be able to cover, here's our daily digest of car stuff on the Web you may not otherwise have heard about. -- Oh dear, BMW: Perhaps you shouldn't have made two M3 color selections sound so similar?