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December 2013 Adult Toys


Dec 4, 2013

A case of Mono

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Godspeed Project is proud to announce the release of their Mono-RS coilover system for the '06-'11 Honda Civic. Born on the tarmac of famous Buttonwillow Raceway after numerous hours of testing, Godspeed developed a competitive damper, which performs excellent under abusive race conditions yet it also works well for driving around town. The Mono-RS coilover system is one of the few that includes an adjustable camber plate built into the top hat. Complete with Japanese spherical bearings, 32-ways of damper adjustment and a 1-year warranty, the 8kg front/10kg rear spring rates are designed specifically for the eighth-gen chassis.

Godspeed Project

Gettin' flashy in the RDX!

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Always at the forefront of Honda electronics, Hondata is back at it with a FlashPro now available for the '07-'12 Acura RDX. Now owners have the ability to fine tune their RDX's and take full advantage of modifications like intake, exhaust, and intercooler upgrades by plugging the FlashPro into the OBDII diagnostic port and experience real-time programming. A variety of calibrations and extensive data logging are now available, as well as the ability to take full advantage of the stock boost control capabilities that come standard with the RDX. Through extensive research and development, the Hondata team has found significant power gains with the FlashPro system and now the technology is available to everyone.



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Boomba Racing unveils their new billet aluminum throttle body for the eighth-generation Si ('06-'11). Featuring a 75mm internal bore with is over 56 percent larger than the stock opening, Boomba throttle bodies are tested to withstand up to 70 psi, which means its perfect for any application from naturally aspirated to full blown turbo set ups. Precision CNC machined out of aircraft grade billet aluminum for durability and a stunning look, these units are available in natural aluminum, black anodized, and red anodized finishes.

Boomba Racing

Shields, Up!

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Armor All recently introduced their new Custom Shield Coating to protect your cars finish from road debris and the elements without resorting to hood bras or embarrassing blue painters tape. A temporary spray-on and peel-off coating allows you to protect any area of your vehicle including the hood, fenders, grill, even wheels to avoid brake dust build up. Available in black, white, and clear. Custom Shield Coating is weather resistant, available in an easy to use aerosol can and will last up to three months. When it's time to remove, no special tools are needed, simply peel away and your car's finish is unaffected. For those that like to think outside of the box, the easy application and removal allows for customizable application on any part of your vehicles exterior without any fear of damage.

Armor All



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Outfitting a GR WRX with fresh pads and rotors
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AC Schnitzer used data from 2 record-setting successes to dial in parts developments for the BMW F90 M5
Bob HernandezJan 31, 2019
Shifting our focus to the chassis, in particular revamping this Porsche's suspension as well as its brakes and topping it all off with a one-off roll bar
Bob HernandezJan 29, 2019
Swapping out the VX's original drums for some del Sol Si rear disc brakes.
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