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May 1, 2006
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Monitor The Air
For the obsessive-compulsive enthusiasts that must know exactly what is going in every part of their car, Dakota Digital has released their ODYR-19-5 gauge that displays your tank pressure for those that are rolling on air bag suspension systems. The 2-1/16-inch gauge features a teal colored display in a chrome or black bezel. The gauge is small enough to be located in your gauge pod or any other custom location. The gauge will display all four air bag pressure readings for cars with fully independent air bag systems.

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More Data For Honda
Tuning helps a ton when you build a motor. I should know; I've built like 20 of them so far. Ok, not really. Anyway, when you do build a motor, it is never complete until it is properly tuned. Hondata knows this, all too well, which is why they revamped their old s100 and s200 systems to create the new s300. As always, it only works with OBD I ECUs, but now it is a plug-in module that uses USB programming for ease of use. The new system features on-board data logging, real time updating and forced induction controls as part of the package deal, as opposed to having to add them separately like on the old Hondata systems. Making things easier for tuning is always a plus, since the process can be a pain in the ass. So build it right and be a badass with Hondata.

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"My Car Topped Out At 140"
Are you a nitrous junkie and are sick of not being able to hook up the tires at the track? Does wheelspin prevent you from getting the times you want? Well then, NitrousWorks has some new products for you. Instead of having one stage of nitrous, now you can have two or three with the NitrousWorks Twin and Triple nozzle systems. How does this help? The multi-stages allow you to release nitrous in 25, 50 and 75 hp increments, providing a smooth power delivery when smashing through the gears. In turn, this helps you to gain traction since the power is not all at once. Be a champion with the new nitrous kits from NitrousWorks.

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Turbo tC
Is your Scion tC feeling a little sluggish? Well, a fuel system cleaner may or may not help that, but the new turbocharger from Dezod Motorsports definitely will. This new system comes with everything you need to add more kick to your tC. The Stage 1 kit is dyno proven to provide 245 hp and 255 lb-ft of torque to the wheels. The kit comes with a T3/T4 hybrid turbo, stainless-steel piping, intercooler, wastegate, blow-off valve, injectors, fuel management system and all of the fittings needed to get the system up and running. Why use an octane booster or reusable air filter for more power, when you can use a turbocharger? More information about this kit, as well as their other products, can be found on

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Ram It!
Simple things can sometimes go a long way. A simple compliment can make someone's day, or a simple act of kindness can show a person just how caring you really are. When it comes to cars, on the other hand, simple power modifications may not help all that much. However, the improved e-Ram Electric Supercharger from e-Racing Motorsports is a simple modification that can help your engine in a big way. The company claims that this product will produce a 4-6 percent increase in horsepower. The supercharger works with the power from your battery and operates under wide-open throttle. It puts out an equivalent to 1 psi of boost and can be stacked with more to produce up to 1.7 psi. Sure, this invention may be too good to be true, but all I can say is that e-Racing Motorsports offers a money-back guarantee if you are not satisfied. So make your car nice and whiney with the aid of this supercharger!

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Kill The Cat
When it comes to exhaust flow, every enthusiast knows that having the stock catalytic converter on the exhaust system is like pinching your urethra while urinating; it impedes flow and hurts the system. In order to gain the most power from a header or exhaust system, the pinch, or stock cat, must be eliminated. This is exactly what the new RACE header for the '01-03 Honda Civic EX and '02-04 SI from DC Sports does. The header is ceramic-coated with a 4-2-1 design. It is made with CNC mandrel bends and machined flanges to eliminate exhaust leaks. This piece is not CARB-approved and is only legal for non-street driven vehicles, so that you don't kill the ozone while driving to the grocery store. If maximum power from your exhaust is what you're looking for, pick one of these up and let it flow!



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