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Sep 1, 2009
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Darton M.I.D. Sleeve Kit
The Mitsubishi 4B11 aluminum block utilizes either a semi closed- or open-deck configuration (depending on model) that's limited by its stock bore size and the horsepower level it can sustain. Darton's M.I.D. sleeve kit converts the block to a stronger, closed-deck setup, allowing the engine to handle a larger-sized bore and the demands of more boost. The wet-sleeve design allows individual sleeves to be removed without re-machining the block if damage occurs to just one or two cylinders-thus giving long-term usage to the block. Darton also offers professional installation of the kit with a 15-day turnaround.

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Mothers PowerCone
The PowerCone delivers a deep, mirror-like shine with its conical-shaped foam, polishing metal and aluminum with pinpoint accuracy in tight, difficult-to-reach areas. The cone's long, tapered sides are perfect for polishing both broad and curved surfaces with ease. Simply apply the appropriate polish to the washable and reusable cone, set your power drill speed and torque to "low," and polish to achieve a stunning finish.

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Weapon*R Racing Development
Intake Manifold

Add some form and function to your Scion xB with a Weapon*R intake manifold, proven to increase midrange and top-end power over the factory intake manifold. The Neo-Titanium-treated intake manifold is constructed from AL6061 aluminum, featuring CNC velocity stacks, CNC machined flanges, and ports for all OEM Sensors. Dyno-proven results show a gain of 50 whp in turbo applications, with the manifold engineered to hold up to 45 psi.

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Design Engineering Titanium T3
Turbo Shield

Turbochargers develop heat that can melt electrical wiring, hoses and anything remotely close to this high-temperature heat source. Design Engineering (DEI) has come to the rescue with their new Titanium Turbo Shield, designed to fit T3 turbochargers. Pulverized lava rock is extruded into fibers, and then woven into a tight weave to give the turbo shield titanium-like strength and durability. High temperature silica insulation padding delivers added protection to handle direct continuous heat up to 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit, retaining heat inside the turbo to aid in faster spool-up, while reducing under-hood temperatures, resulting in improved performance. The T3 Turbo Shield is sold separately or as a kit, which includes a two-inch by 15-foot roll of Titanium downpipe wrap, two 14-inch stainless steel locking ties and five feet of fastening wire.



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