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2009-05-01
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When the 11-month development cycle started for the latest generation Roush Mustang, the sports car's chief engineer expected to see a mostly carryover 2009 engine. Reality skewed the expectation.
2009-05-01
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A newly launched company for restoring softtops can leverage the testing and product development expertise of its namesake, the original manufacturer of the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia and VW Beetle convertibles.
2009-05-01
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When the R-Spec Genesis Coupe goes on sale this fall, the Hyundai sports car won't have a premium audio system, a power sunroof, or several other features. "We had two goals with the R-Spec: weight reduction and cost reduction," said Derek Joyce, Manager of Product Development for Hyundai Motor America.
2009-04-30
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Fidanza designed a short-throw shifter for the Scion tC.
2009-04-29
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Katech Performance’s carbon-fiber valve covers designed for all LS engines feature high-quality carbon fiber, an aluminum gasket rail, and a bolt sealing surface to ensure a proper seal when installed.
2009-04-21
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“Horsepower and green power can coexist,” stressed John Waraniak, Vice President of Vehicle Technology at SEMA, in his opening remarks of the Making Green Cool While Staying in the Black session at the SAE 2009 World Congress. “You don’t have to give up the cool factor.”
2009-04-20
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A123Systems’ Hymotion L5 Plug-in Conversion Module (PCM) is a supplemental battery system that converts the Toyota Prius hybrid electric vehicle into a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. Field performance is reviewed in a paper at the 2009 SAE World Congress slated for April 20-23 in Detroit.
2009-04-07
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At a recent meeting to assess the service industry's readiness to deal with the new A/C refrigerant, EPA urges industry for a phase-out of R-134a to beat or at least match the European Community's regulations.
2009-04-01
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CORSA Performance Exhausts designs improved axle-back exhaust systems for the 2009 ZR1 and Z06 Corvettes.
2009-03-17
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Case Construction Equipment signed a supplier agreement with True Value Co. that enables more than 1000 True Value Rental, Taylor Rental, Just Ask Rental, and Grand Rental Station locations across the U.S. to purchase Case construction equipment for their rental locations.
2009-03-11
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C4 Advanced Solutions (C4AS) and EADS Defence & Security (DS) created a joint-venture (JV) company in Abu Dhabi to develop and market high-tech solutions in the field of defense and security applications.
2009-03-04
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ATI Performance Products offers the super damper for the Mini Cooper standard and S engines.
2009-03-03
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Cruiser Stainless Accessories offers the White Night rear lighting system to improve safety and provide peace of mind when backing up tow vehicles or any time a pickup truck or SUV is backed up at night.
2009-02-25
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Roush expands its propane-fueled vehicle lineup this year with the Ford F-250 pickup truck, a follow-up to the propane-fueled F-150.
2009-02-23
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A new Bridgestone tire uses proprietary technologies to lessen the friction and heat buildup that can contribute to increased levels of rolling resistance, an enemy of fuel efficiency.
2009-02-13
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AEZ’s Lascar wheel features a sporty, bicolor design that suggests movement and forward thrust even when it’s standing still.
2009-02-13
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Mack Trucks Inc. and Volvo Trucks North America have chosen HUSS for their new retrofit diesel particulate filter solution to allow operators of older-model Mack and Volvo trucks to meet stringent new emissions requirements approved by California environmental regulators in December 2008.
2009-02-12
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Remanufactured brake shoes with PlatinumShield coating, just introduced by ArvinMeritor Inc. at the Technology & Maintenance Council event, provide enhanced corrosion protection and a three-year, 300,000-mi (483,000-km) warranty against rust-jacking.
2009-02-10
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Most vehicle customization occurs after the sale, so OE and aftermarket manufacturers must work together to deliver customer satisfaction with add-on electronic feature content.
2009-02-03
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Cargraphic’s automatic level control system assists with many day-to-day problems that may be encountered while driving a high-performance, lowered sports car.
2009-01-16
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BorgWarner Turbo & Emissions Systems has released the S410T replacement turbocharger for late model Mercedes MBE4000 engines. The S410T is covered by a one-year or 100,000-mi (161,000-km) repair-or-replace warranty.
2009-01-12
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Automotive window tinting can be a relatively high-cost item, but taping is a potentially financially effective alternative. One example: the use of 3M’s adhesive transfer tape has helped OE Sunshades, a manufacturer of automotive privacy shades, to accelerate lead times and switch production from the Far East.
2009-01-10
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Bosch features a line of performance fuel injectors for engine builders and enthusiasts.
2008-12-19
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A consortium to develop a retrofit hybrid-electric drive system for light commercial vehicles has been formed in the U.K. between Cranfield University and the European Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium, with assistance from Provector, Oxford University, and Millbrook Proving Ground.
2008-12-15
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Kits contain clutch driven discs with enhanced damping features to provide satisfactory damping with matched-design solid flywheels.
2008-12-02
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The SV-10 cylinder honing machine from Sunnen combines power, precision, and technology to deliver automatic cylinder sizing.
2008-11-16
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The 500 Abarth, which was launched earlier this year, has proved a significant model in its own r­ight, and now the range has been further extended. The 2008 Paris Motor Show saw the presentation of the 500 Abarth Assetto Corse for track racing and of the "esseesse" tuning kit for 500 Abarth road cars.
2008-10-15
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An electric Porsche 911 prototype has been announced by RUF Automobile in Germany. Step-off acceleration to 100 km/h (62 mph) in about 7 s is claimed, and its single charge range is described as being better than 300 km (186 mi).
2008-10-10
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“Designers and engineers can actually build more waste into a product in one afternoon than an army of manufacturing engineers can take out in an entire life cycle of that vehicle,” said John Waraniak, Vice President of Vehicle Technology at SEMA, driving home the point that OEMs need to collaborate with the aftermarket upfront to achieve what he calls “lean customization.”
2008-09-17
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Fuel and emissions regulations are spreading into the high end of the industry, impacting even specialty providers known for racing prowess as well as street performance. Callaway Cars is continuing to push for speed, but it’s also increasing its focus on emissions compliance.
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