New Release: Pontiac GTO Performance Brakes

So, are you GTO enthusiasts ready for it? After months of development and testing, we’re happy to say that we finally have the Pontiac GTO brake rotors in stock! Currently, we only have the cross-drilled and slotted rotors listed on the website. However, if you are interested in OE or Slotted brake rotors, give us […]

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How to Install SRT8 Brake Rotors & Brake Pads

This post was guest blogged by PBGas.   As soon as the springtime hit, I started researching what I could get that would be a marked improvement in making the car brake as it did in stock form. I looked up several different rotor companies and came to the decision on the R1 Concepts brake […]

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2010/2011 Nissan 370Z? “Actual pix/pictures”

Nissan is finally changing the looks and increasing the power of the 350Z. After 6 years of the same look (which I do like till this day), it was time for an update. The next generation Z is called 370Z. I have some pictures of what the new 2010 Nissan 370Z might look like. The […]

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How to Install Brakes for Toyota Solara

The tutorial below was provided by Tacti and is posted with his expressed permission. Sponsors, you may contact Tacti to do a installation or product review of your products.   Tacti purchased 2004 Toyota Solara brake rotors, but the installation procedure should be the same for 2004-2007 models.     Readers, if you would like […]

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20,000 eBay Positive Feedbacks, HURRAY!

Reaching 10,000 feedbacks on eBay is in itself a milestone that many eBay sellers are unable to reach. Today, we’ve not only conquered that milestone, but surpassed on our own expectations officially hit 20,000 POSITIVE Feedbacks on eBay.   So what’s the big deal? Well, let’s think about it. Don’t compare us to your average […]

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Happy Cinco De Mayo!

Today, the 5th of May, is a day to celebrate the culture and experiences of Americans of Mexican ancestry. More specifically, it celebrates the Mexican victory over the French army at the “Batalla da Puebla.” We’d just like to say Happy Cinco De Mayo. Have fun and be safe.

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