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Import Tuner Parts Review - Power Gear

Import Tuner Parts

Jun 1, 2007
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Bride Cuga SeatsBride always seems to have the proper solutions to all your seating needs. Most people look for low weight, comfort and quality, and the new Cuga from Bride has it all. This recline able seat weighs 6.6lbs. less than the other Bride seats and is 90 percent handmade, so you can count on the quality that Bride is known for. Go to More-Japan.com to get one.

Blitz BRW ProfileThe new BRW Profile wheels from Blitz not only cater to your aesthetic needs, but your performance ones as well. These wheels have weight-reducing holes and a center crater design so they can clear large brake setups. Here's the catch, the 16-inch version comes in a 7-spoke design, the 17 and 18-inch sizes come in the 8-spoke design and the 20-inch rims come in a 9-spoke design and are available in a deep chrome color. The other sizes are available in black matte blue and metal silver. Check out Blitz-Performance.com.

Endless rf-650 Brake FluidBrake like the best with the new RF-650 brake fluid from Endless. Teams from Formula 1, WRC and the Dakar Paris Rally have used this fluid as it is stable during high temperature situations. It is easily becoming the highest-spec brake fluid in the world, so wouldn't you want it in your everyday street car? Endlessusa.com

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