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Mini at SEMA 2017 - #TENSEMA17

The compact car OEM at the aftermarket industry tradeshow and a Classic Cooper at West Coast Customs

Justin Banner
Nov 1, 2017

Mini hits the SEMA Show with brand new John Cooper Works tuning parts for the Cooper S, as well as the ALL4 Clubman and Countryman. We also had to take a quick look at the West Coast Customs classic Cooper with Swarovski Crystal covering the roof, which you'll also find in the gallery.

If you've wanted some new JCW parts for your Cooper S and ALL4 Clubman, Mini has listened and now offers factory performance parts for your Minis. This means now you can improve the handling and style of your car with a factory supported warranty and installation at your local Mini dealer. For the engine, the JCW Tuning Kit bumps power on the Cooper S and Cooper S ALL4 Clubman and Countryman models from 189-horsepower to 208-horsepower and torque to 221 lb.-ft. from 1,350 to 4,600 RPM.

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The JCW Tuning Kit also includes a Bluetooth actuated exhaust valve system that switches from Sport mode and Sport+ mode. The Sport mode intended to be used in locales that don't have exhaust noise restrictions but Sport+ is for the race track. Either mode improves the sound of the engine and reduces restriction for more power. Owners will have a choice of Chrome or Carbon Fiber tips.

Look for the JCW Tuning Kit at your local Mini dealer on January 2018 for a MSRP of $1950 plus taxes and installation.

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By Justin Banner
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