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[14 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]
Midweek Eye candi – Freeze edition

Every Wednesday we be bringing you the most eye catching girls in the automotive world. From car babes to car wash girls, you name it, we’ll have it! Enjoy guys….
Brrrr its cold, hopefully this helps us all get through the cold weather…

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[15 May 2012 | One Comment | ]
Turbosmart Products available from AM

Founded in Sydney, Australia, in 1997, with a range of just two products, Turbosmart and its unique blend of quality and reliability has become a world-wide brand synonymous with automotive performance. Turbosmart products are distributed in over 50 countries around the world.
To place your order for a Turbosmart product please use the order form at the bottom of the page
Turbosmart Dual Stage Boost Controller
The dual stage boost controllers allow the user to set two separate boost levels and toggle between the two, great for switching between ‘street’ and ‘track’ boost …

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[14 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
Nissan 200sx Drift clip in HD

Ever since Tokyo Drift was release it seems everybody is on the hunt for a car that can drift. Look who wouldn’t want a thrilling ride while going sideways. Here is a video clip of a guy in his very well looked after Nissan 200Sx drifting around a parking lot like Ken Block. This is by far one of the best short drift clips in a Nissan 200sx S13 I have seen in a while.

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[11 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
Behind the Smoke Part 2 – Forumla Drift

Dai sets out to defend his 2011 title in Episode 2 of GTChannel’s “Behind the Smoke” in front of another Long Beach sellout. Formula DRIFT kicked-off the 8th championship season on the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Street Course.  Check out Dai maneuver his way through the qualifying stages of Day 1 and as always there were challenges to overcome.

“Long Beach was great, I love that track and the atmosphere down there.  There is a lot of talent out here this year and more drivers to contend with,” said …

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[9 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
Midweek eye candi – GT ARRRR

Every Wednesday we be bringing you the most eye catching girls in the automotive world. From car babes to car wash girls, you name it, we’ll have it! Enjoy guys…. Brunettes are the flavour of the day it seems, voted by our Facebook Fans. Aggressive and Beautiful wouldn’t you say.. the Brunettes also pretty alright, hahah

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[20 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]
Drifting at Tsukuba – Mad sliding action

We are onboard with a Nissan Silvia S14 by the looks of the dash. This is a video clip shot on the Tsukuba circuit in Japan.
There are a whole bunch of cars in the mix here, but this driver of the car really flicks his car around and has some great handling techniques!!

{via Driftworks)

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[16 Feb 2012 | 2 Comments | ]
Mardigras 2012 – D1S Drift Exhibition

I attended the D1S drift session at the 2012 Madigras with my matie Mr Cothill and his super sleek Nissan Silvia which has just been resprayed a glossy black by Dragon Customs.
Mardigras 2012 took place over 2 weekends and seemed to be quite entertaining. This was the 1st year that D1S has been invited to exhibit at the Mardigras Carnival. There were loads of cars sliding around the parking lot and the crowd enjoyed every second of it.. The parking lot had to be wet regularly to protect the surface …

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[24 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]
Intercoolers explained – Modification Tips

We all know that cold Air carries more oxygen that warmer air. You may have noticed that when air is compressed it gets warmer. With forced air induction engines which us a turbo or a supercharger the air is much warmer than in an engine that doesn’t have forced induction.

Intercoolers work much like the radiator of a car. The cold air from outside is forced through the fins of the intercooler to where the warm charge air is contained. This has the effect of reducing the warm air stored in …