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2009 Ferrari California Revealed GT

May 7th, 2010 · No Comments

2009 Ferrari California Revealed GT
The Ferrari California joins the Prancing Horse’s 8-cylinder family which has always been defined by power and performance. It also flanks the flagship 612 Scaglietti in the prestige sporty Grand Tourer segment.

The new Ferrari California will satisfy even the most demanding of owners in term of its superb vehicle dynamics and driving pleasure. The new model will be available exclusively as a convertible with a folding hard top. Both chassis and bodywork are aluminium, in line with the rest of the current range. The California will be powered by a new V8 engine mounted for the first time in the marque’s history in the mid-front position.
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1018HP Koenigsegg CCXR SE

May 5th, 2010 · No Comments

1018HP Koenigsegg CCXR SE
Supercars and eco-friendliness are terms rarely seen occupying the same linguistic space. But it is Swedish supercar maker Koenigsegg that wishes to unite the apparently radically-opposing concepts in a new Special Edition model dubbed the CCXR. Announced earlier this year, these are the first official renderings of the new Koenigsegg CCXR Special Edition, fitted with an engine capable both of running on biofuel and de-throning the Bugatti Veyron.
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1996-00 Honda Civic EX Cold Air System Installation

November 12th, 2009 · No Comments

Getting started
a) Make sure vehicle is parked on a level surface, and set parking brake.
b) Disconnect negative battery terminal.
c) If engine has run within the past two hours let it cool down.

Removing the stock air inlet system
a) Remove the stock air box assembly and attaching hardware from inside the fender well.
b) Disconnect breather hose from the air inlet tube.
c) Disconnect air temperature sensor harness from the air inlet tube.
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2004–2008 GMC Duramax 6.6 Fitch Part # F7582028BD, F75836BD

October 21st, 2009 · No Comments

Do not smoke or be near open flame while performing installation. Wear eye protection as the fuel system is under pressure.
Kit includes
• Installation bracket, fuel line disconnect tool, and cable/zip ties.
• EFI multi port fuel injection hose and fuel line quick connect fittings.

Installation Procedure
• Unscrew the gas cap to release residual pressure in the fuel system.
• Locate the fuel RETURN line (smaller of the 2 lines) containing the fuel line quick connect fitting. This connection is located at the rear of the engine near the fire wall on the driver’s side. This kit is designed for mounting location of the driver’s side stud on the master brake cylinder stud.
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2001–2003 GMC Duramax 6.6 Fitch Part # F758186BD Installation Instructions

October 19th, 2009 · No Comments

Do not smoke or be near open flame while performing installation. Wear eye protection as the fuel system is under pressure.
Kit includes
• Installation bracket, fuel line disconnect tool, and cable/zip ties.
• EFI multi port fuel injection hose and fuel line quick connect fittings.

Installation Procedure
• Screw the 90* fittings into the top and bottom of the Fitch unit. Tighten down the lock nut on the 90* fittings.
• Using the 18” hose with the female plastic fitting, screw the opposite end to the 90* fitting at the top of the Fitch unit and the 6” male hose to the bottom of the Fitch unit.
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Ford SLC Installation Instructions

July 12th, 2009 · No Comments

Do not smoke or be near open flame while performing installation. Wear eye protection as the fuel system is under pressure.
Kit Includes
Installation bracket/s, cable ties EFI multi port fuel injection hose with Male/Female quick connect fittings (Not included – Ford Fuel Line disconnect tool No. 7336 – available at your local Ford Dealer or see page 3 of the installation instructions)
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K9 Security and Remote Start System Installation Manual

April 24th, 2009 · No Comments

This system is intended for installation on vehicles equipped with automatic transmissions and electronic fuel injection only!
• This product must be installed by qualified personnel according to these instructions and and observing all safety features.
• The system should be placed into the valet mode when parked inside a garage or being left for service.
• Always notify service personnel that the vehicle is equipped with a Remote Starter.
• Only start the vehicle in a well ventilated area. Do not use in a closed garage or indoors
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E-3 Fuel Saver 7000 Installation Instructions

April 15th, 2009 · No Comments

Step 1- Determine the Correct Fuel Line Adapter
This section aids in determining the best fuel line adapter in your kit to use to maintain fuel supply for the E3 Fuel Saver 7000.
IMPORTANT
If you have Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system with a high pressure fuel line with a “Schrader valve fuel stem” proceed to the section entitled “INSTALLING THE SCHRADER VALVE CONNECTORS” shown on the next page. If you have a Schrader Valve Stem, you will need the correct Schrader adapter (either FORD or UNIVERSAL Schrader adapter). These adapters are included in your kit. If your engine is NOT EQUIPPED with a high pressure fuel rail Schrader valve stem, then proceed to the section “INSTALLING THE GASOLINE SUPPLY MODULE.”
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1997-2003 Ford F-Series 5.4L & 4.6L Triton V8 Edge Evolution Programmer Manual

February 28th, 2009 · No Comments

The Evolution automatically makes a backup of your stock program from your PCM before writing a new program onto your PCM. This assures that you will have the stock program if/when you desire to reprogram your vehicle to its original stock program.

It is strongly recommended prior to returning your vehicle to a service center or emissions check that you return your vehicle’s computer to the stock program. In the event that the service center re-flashes your vehicle’s computer (a common practice) and you have NOT returned it to stock, your Evolution programmer will be rendered useless. If this happens, call our technical support at (888) 360-EDGE and they can help you recover your Evolution for a small fee. Follow the steps included in this manual for returning your program to stock.
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Time-Based Progressive Nitrous Controller Installation Instructions

November 9th, 2008 · No Comments

Your NOS Progressive Nitrous Oxide Injection Controller is designed to provide you with an ability to “adjust” the rate at which power from your nitrous oxide injection kit is applied to your vehicle. This controller is capable of operating any NOS nitrous system that features the nitrous and fuel solenoids with a maximum combined current draw of 40 amps, not including safety solenoids. Note that the highest current draw of any standard single stage NOS system is approximately 23-30 amps (NOS Pro Fogger P/N 02462NOS).
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