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2011 Honda CR-Z Equipped with MUGEN Accessories

Sorry, I can’t help it. This CR-Z by Mugen is too nice not to be posted here. The 2011 Honda CR-Z equipped with MUGEN accessories debuted at the 2010 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas (November 2, 2010).  (more…)

BMW and Porsche two big names from Germany. It may seem like a unfair fight, but taking the lightness of the bike into the equation, it just seems right. The S1000RR is equipped with 193hp and 83 lb-ft of torque with the top speed of 189mph, while the 997 GT3 RS comes with 415hp and 300 lb-ft and maxes at 193mph.

Which is going to win? Check out the video embed after the jump  (more…)

Toyota GT 86 Boxer Logo USB Stick

If you can’t get the car, get this instead.  (more…)

Toyota GT 86

It is due for release in June 2012! Finally, Toyota has make official press release for the most elusive machine ever, the Toyota GT 86. The Toyota FT-86 Concept to Toyota GT 86 is great iteration of this machine since it helds it heritage of the drift spirit of the Toyota AE 86.  (more…)

Subaru Impreza STI S206 NBR Challenge Package

Available in 100 units only for Japan. It comes white color along with the carbon-fiber roof. This Impreza is special model to commemorate the victory in Nurburgring 24-hour race. Fuji Heavy Industries, the maker of the Impreza, has able to make a carbon roof that is lightweight and manages to lower the gravity of car for better handling.  (more…)

AEM Dyno Shaft

After modifying our car, we tend to know what value of the horsepower if would give. The only for us to know about it, is to send it to dyno test at workshop that provides the dyno test.

Not anymore. AEM has make Dyno Shaft, which uses grade-strain gauges to measure horsepower and torque. AEM says that this setup reading is not impacted by variables by system using accelerometer setup. So, it means, this Dyno Shaft should be as good as the one you get from the traditional dyno reading.

This AEM Dyno Shaft kit is easy to install with the supplied slip-yolk and drive-shaft speed sensor. Data is transmitted via CAN-bus communication networks to a data logger or an AEM engine management system (is it possible to connect to USB for laptop?).

Price is at USD1,160.96 for cast-iron slip-yolk application. The higher strength chrome-moly are also available for higher horsepower application. This Dyno Shaft is specifically tuned for your application.

For modders, this is good news. You can monitor the horsepower and torque data at your garage.   (more…)


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