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Apr 4, 2007
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Paisley Automotive West:Craig Paisley has taken Paisley Automotive nationwide with the christening of Paisley Automotive West in Southern California. The facility will be a warehouse location for wholesale distribution of popular import aftermarket product lines on the West Coast. It will also serve as a home away from home when Paisley is racing in the West. Paisley West (626) 282-6399.

UPRD-Relocated, Regenerated:Rumors on the street have UPRD going out of business. This is not true. The company has changed hands and is now located in Santa Ana, Calif. The company's new phone number is (714) 751-4312).

Advanced EngineE Management, Inc..: (AEM) and NHTSA Announce Voluntary Repair of Air Bypass ValveIn voluntary cooperation with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Advanced Engine Management, Inc. (AEM) of Hawthorne, California is voluntarily recalling about 3000 AEM Air Bypass Valves sold to consumers by independent distributors and retailers between August 2000 and January 31, 2001. Under certain circumstances, the Air Bypass Valve (constructed of 2 plastic pieces sonically welded together with a silicon diaphragm and foam spring on the inside) may come apart and, in certain cases, the diaphragm and/or foam spring may be ingested into the throttle body, sometimes forcing the throttle to stick in an open position. This may present a driving hazard to consumers who have installed the AEM Air Bypass Valve.

AEM has received three reports of the Air Bypass Valve coming apart. One of these reports described possible damage to the user's throttle body. Another of these reports described the diaphragm and/or foam spring being ingested into the throttle body, forcing the throttle to stick in an open position. The other of these reports described the valve coming apart with no resulting damage to the throttle body and no sticking of the throttle. No injuries have been reported.

The recalled Air Bypass Valves are identified by AEM part numbers 20-401, 20-402 or 20-403. The affected valves were sold to consumers only between August 2000 and January 31, 2001.

The subject valve is easily fixed, and AEM will provide all consumers of the AEM Air Bypass Valve with a free easy-to-install clip to prevent the diaphragm and/or foam spring from being ingested into the throttle body. However, consumers who have installed the subject Air Bypass Valves on their automobiles should not drive or operate their vehicles until either the Air Bypass Valve is immediately and entirely removed or the remedial clip is installed. The remedial action should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete.

The installation of the remedial clip is a simple procedure that will fully remedy the potential problem. While the remedial measure is not necessary for AEM Air Bypass Valves purchased after January 31, 2001, consumers with any concerns regarding these later-sold units may also obtain the free easy-to-install remedial clip.

Only those AEM Air Bypass Valves identified by AEM part numbers 20-401, 20-402 and 20-403 which were sold to consumers between August 2000 and January 31, 2001 are the subject of this recall. AEM Air Bypass Valves sold after January 31, 2001 are not affected, and consumers of AEM products bearing AEM part numbers other than 20-401, 20-402 and 20-403 need not be concerned.

For further information, consumers should call AEM at (310) 484-2322 x500 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (PST) Monday through Friday or visit the AEM website at

Miata MM:Go "Zoom, Zoom, Zoom" with boost, thanks to Performance West Group and its Miata MM. The roadster features a Kenne Bell intercooled supercharger kit, polished dual exhaust system, Intrax suspension, 17-inch Volk Racing wheels and Goodyear rubber. Inside, a Katzkin and Sparco tag-team to add a custom aura. For more infoormation, contact Performance West at (760) 630-0547.

NHRA Import Rulebook:Get the lowdown on the NHRA Summit Import Drag Racing Series class rules with the official rule book. The book costs $5 and can be obtained by calling or clicking the NHRA at (626) 914-4761 or



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