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NGP Racing 2013 Holiday Performance Parts Sale

Everything from clutch kits to coilovers are up to 20% off

Nov 19, 2013
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For the German car enthusiast on your holiday list, New German Performance (NGP) Racing has an enticing performance parts sale for the holiday season. NGP is offering a discounted price for a range of aftermarket products until January 3, 2014 or while supplies last.

The entire line of products can be found on NPG’s online webstore. The store features everything from clutch kits to coilovers. Check out the complete list of budget-friendly products below.

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10% off ALL DXD clutch kits

15% off all NGP Racing spark plug wires

10% off all Tyrolsport products

10% off all Integrated Engineering coil pack solutions

15% off all NGP Racing apparel

20% off NGP Racing Type I coilovers – In addition, every purchase of a set of NGP Coilovers will automatically enter you for a chance to win a Liqui Moly radio control car.

20% off all FK/Jom badgeless grills & grill accessories (eyelids, eyebrow spoilers, etc)

15% off all NSP gauges, pods, panels and powergaskets (does not apply to gauge accessories)

10% off all BFI engine mount products

All in stock Rotiform IND wheels – 10% off plus free ground shipping*

Hella Mk4 Jetta smoke tails – 20% off

Mk4 Golf / GTI Red / White tail lights – 20% off

Mk5 Rabbit / GTI tail lights – 20% off

For more information, please visit: http://www.ngpracing.com/home/

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