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Import Tuner Parts Review - Power Gear

Parts Review

Sep 1, 2007
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Turbosmart FPR Series Fuel Pressure Regulators I don't think you guys need me to tell the importance of upgrading your fuel system when adding a new turbo or upping the boost. After all, we've covered that a lot in our recent issues. So I present to you, the Turbosmart FPR series of fuel pressure regulators. Turbosmart has released two new regulators called FPR-800 and FPR-1200. The 800 it good for street cars that are pumping out up to 800 hp, and the 1200 is good for, well, you guessed it, race cars with 1200 hp. Both regulators are constructed from aerospace billet-grade aluminum and are supplied with a mounting bracket and proper fittings. Take a look for yourself at

ZPI Racing Bolt-On Turbo For The Scion XbFinally, those boxes out there will have some power. The bolt-on turbo kit for the Scion xB from Zero Point Industries gives a 100 percent increase in power. The kit is completely safe with stock internals as it comes with an MHI 14b turbo, a pre-programmed GReddy e-Manage, a front-mount intercooler and 370cc injectors. ZPI boasts that the kit does not have the same heating issues that other turbo kits have, so the average person need not worry. Check out to learn more.

Okada Projects Plasma DirectNeed an upgrade for your ignition system? Okada Projects has your solution with the Plasma Direct ignition coil. This coil has a high-power amplifier built in that increases the secondary spark current significantly. It offers a direct bolt-in installation, with no splicing or cutting necessary. The Plasma Direct is available for popular applications including the Mitsubishi Lancer EVO, Mazda RX-8, Subaru Impreza and Nissan 350Z. Log onto for more information on the Plasma Direct and other products.

Yowai-SS Radiator Cooling PlatesIf you're looking to add a special cooling effect to your '92-'00 Honda Civics engine bay, you can count on the Yowai-SS radiator cooling plate to give you that. These plates are made of 5052 high-grade aluminum and provide a more direct airflow into your radiator. This, in turn, keeps your engine at a more consistent temperature. For more information visit, or to pick one up check out

Havoline With Deposit Shield Motor OilMost car guys have heard it all before when it comes to motor oil. T.V. advertisers always say that their motor oil is the best and that their motor oil protects this and that, and whatever. But Havoline has been in the oil game for quite some time, so you know they know what they're doing. Their new formula of motor oil features a "Deposit Shield" which prevents deposit build-up in order to increase the life of your engine and keep the oil quality more stable. This is pretty impressive, I'll only be more impressed if the oil can cook me breakfast somehow, or maybe do laundry. Anyway, check out their website at



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