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Will You Drive This? 40MPG Non-Hybrid Coupe.

  In our current generation people are looking for cars with better fuel mileage without taking the fun out of driving.  Cars such as the Honda CR-Z were made to fill the needs of that particular group.  The CR-Z is a Hybrid with 122HP with an MPG rating of 37MPG on the highway.  Its not […]

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The Importance Of Brake Pad and Rotor Break-In Procedure

It is important to break-in (or bed-in) rotors and pads properly. Not doing so can cause long term damage to the rotors and cause poor braking performance. In general, brake pads and rotors should bond with each other to provide proper braking performance. The purpose of the break-in procedure is to condition the pad/rotor outer […]

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Brake Pad Installation: Charger/ Jeep SRT8

For all the people who are changing your brakes for the first time on a SRT8 and need some kind of good tutorial because you don’t want to mess up those precious Brembo Calipers, here you go: TOOLS NEEDED: Impact Wrench/Breaker Bar 21mm socket Torque Wrench Small Punch Hammer Large Pliers 3M Super 77 Multipurpose […]

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NOT SO STEREOTYPICAL: 2011 FORD MUSTANG V6

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of modern American sport cars? For me, I think of big, old technology, gas guzzling vehicles with great factory warranties. Call it stereotype but most Americans I have encountered would feel the same way about our domestic vehicles. Especially when comparing to Japanese […]

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2010 LX FESTIVAL WEBSITE RAFFLE WINNERS!

Thank you to all who stopped by our booth, we had a blast. Congratulations to the winners! 1ST. PLACE – Front Premium Rotors DENNIS HENDERSON – RAFFLE #95 2nd. PLACE – Front Posi Quiet Pads RAYMOND SUE – RAFFLE #114 3rd. PLACE – G2 Caliper Paint DAWEN COHEN – RAFFLE #111 Once again, thank you […]

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5 Hardest Things To Give Up For Lent, For Some…

Ash Wednesday, in the Western Christian calendar, is the first day of Lent, and occurs forty-six days (forty days not counting Sundays) before Easter (Wikipedia). Ash Wednesday is also the first day we give up something we cherished or often do until Easter. I gathered up just 5 hardest things in my opinion will be […]

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