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Import Tuner Parts Review - Power Gear

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Oct 1, 2007
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K&N '05-06 Scion tC Intake SystemI always believed that, for most cars, utilizing the factory air filter box and just designing a different intake route would be just as sufficient as a long-tube, cold-air intake. It turns out that K&N sees things the way I do, at least for the '05-06 Scion tC. They released a CARB-exempt intake system that uses the upper portion of the stock airbox and mates it to a special high-flow filter and heat shield that funnels cooler outside air. It's as if they read my mind. Take a look at knfilters.com.

SSR Professor MS1The Professor MS1 wheel is the latest offering from SSR. It features a three-piece construction and comes in 18 and 19-inch sizes. To help match these beauties to your ride, they are available in different colors, including gray silver, super black coat, black and gold. Check out more-japan.com to get yourself a set.

Works/Ohlins Stage II "DFV" CoiloversIf you own an '01-06 Mitsubishi EVO and plan to do some serious driving, then these coilovers are for you. The Works/Ohlins Stage II coilovers are for those who drive mainly on the track with occasional street use. There are camber plates up front, which allow you to adjust for more grip during aggressive driving. The shocks are externally adjustable and the springs are available in custom rates. Worksmitsu.com has more information.

ST Suspensions Anti-Sway BarsThat old '85-87 Toyota Corolla that your parents bought probably handles like crap. To fix this problem, ST Suspensions has come out with anti-sway bars that replace the stock front and rear ones. These bars stiffen up the front by 60 percent and the rear by 80 percent, so no more rolling and swaying on those crazy freeway on-ramps. The sway bars include all the mounting hardware needed as well as polyurethane bushings. Check out STsuspensions.com.

Pioneer AVIC-S2Why spend thousands of your hard-earned dollars on a navigation system when you can spend about $400 on one that will do the same thing? Sure it may not flush mount and look sexy in your dash, but the best thing about portable navis like this one is that you can put it in any car that you're in. This unit has up-to-date maps of the U.S and Canada and it also has MP3 playback and Bluetooth capabilities. In my opinion, this is one of the most impressive portable units for the price. Go look at it on pioneerelectronics.com.

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