Essex Racing have just released a new selection of their own universal backboxes. They aren't made for any specific model, so you might have to use a pipe reducer/enlarger and perhaps make up a fixing bracket, but the boxes are top quality and you will have something truly unique.
The shrill shriek of my alarm clock cut through my sleep like a razor through velvet. I staggered to the window, drunk on sleep. My eyes, heavy from the past dream-induced hours, squinted into the dawn sunlight as I checked for pending rain clouds. It was 6.00am and today was the Fueltopia Brighton Breakfast Run, part two.…Continue
Viper-Performance are now offering a silicone crankcase breather hose kit that fits various VAG models including…
last week Carl posted up a tragic thread about an owner who brought a stunning Evo only to find that it was rotten. Many of you will know that Japanese cars brought over to the UK will require it to be under-sealed to spot it rusting - mine has been here three years and the clock was ticking.
last night I dropped the car off at Catlin Motor Services and by lunchtime today I had images sent to me of the job in its various stages.
Life underneath the MR2 as it…Continue
Leaving on Friday to head to Atlanta to meet the Modball East Coast drivers. My trial schedule, I'm an attorney, not a defendant or criminal, stopped us from going earlier. We are meeting Jake Archer, from Tamworth, in Atlanta and then partying in Atlanta before we head to Orlando and Miami. It should be a blast!
If you’ve ever gone to bed dreaming about cars, you might want to consider taking your next holiday at the V8 hotel in Meilenwerk near Stuggart, Germany.
This ultimate theme hotel has been designed especially for car lovers with 10 of its 34 rooms decked out to celebrate different aspects of the beloved automobile.
If you’re an American car fan (not my cup of tea but different strokes for different folks), the Autokino room has been kitted out…Continue
Last week I brought to you a amazing piece of exotic goodness, a twin-turbo Lambo built by the masters of big bhp, Underground Racing (if you missed it, follow this link)…Continue
Tornado Air increases power and mileage. Believe or not, "their" tests shown up to 20 bhp and more mileage up to 24%. Its purpose is to turn air, that is coming to intake, in to vortex (eddy) and make additional pressure (something like little turbo), enable better mixture of fuel and air, and so better combustion, what brings to power increase. It's easy to install, it fits all…Continue
Vauxhall Corsa B - D Special Offer of £175 off the RRP on Coilovers
vaild from the 1st September - 30th September 2010
Corsa B SRI & GSI = £499.99 (Incl VAT)
Corsa C 1.4 - 1.8 - 1.3CDTI = £574.99 (Incl VAT)
Corsa D VXR = 649.99 (Incl VAT)
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Revealed earlier this year at Geneva, the Citroen DS3 Racing is the limited edition hot-hatch version of Citroen's impressive DS3. And if you fancy the look of it you need to move fast and find yourself £23,100 to secure one.
The DS3 Racing looks to be the hot-hatch of the moment, with Citroen reporting queries flooding in as…Continue
The Cosworth Tumble Generating Valve(TGV) Delete Kit is designed to maximize airflow to your engine by eliminating the obstructions inherent to the OEM TGV intake ports. The TGV delete's are made of a fibre reinforced polymer to insulate the cylinder head from the intake tract, providing your engine with a cooler, denser charge of air. To further increase performance, the Cosworth TGV delete's are port matched to Cosworth CNC cylinder heads and intake… Continue
The guys at GTC have been busy developing the GTC 750R Power Pack. It features modified oem turbo's, 80mm intakes, huge Marston Intercooler with 80mm pipes, titanium suction pipe, Titan exhaust, downpipes, 1000cc injectors, custom tune & AccessPORT. The impressive package saw the GTC demo car hit 750 foot pounds of torque and a smash 10.3 seconds on a quater mile drag run at santa pod race way in UK.…
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