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LA Auto Show 2017: Nerd’s Eye View – Porsche

by Khiem Dinh

I was short on time this year at the LA Auto Show, so I had to do a bit of a blitzkrieg. The one booth I have to visit every year is Porsche because the cars are simply awesome. In addition to the GT2RS, Porsche was highlighting the Cayman and Boxster GTS siblings, 911 Carrera T, and a few 4-door sedans. I got sucked into the GT2RS and almost completely ignored all the other cars. 


 

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Nerd-O-Scope: Honeywell Garrett’s G-Series Turbochargers

by Khiem Dinh

The new Honeywell Garrett G-Series turbo line is the most exciting product launch since the infamous Disco Potato. Everyone knows the GT-Series turbos were getting very long in the tooth. The GTX launch was an upgrade with updated compressor aero and new families of v-band, T3 divided, and v-band divided turbine housings. The GTX Gen2 launch was a further improvement in compressor flow along with new compressor housing castings. But overall, the foundation of the turbos had stayed the same for two decades. Enter the G-Series which is a clean sheet design to address and upgrade every aspect of the GT/GTX series turbos. This is a true motorsports grade turbo for the masses. 


 

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#LeMansDay at the Petersen Automotive Museum

by Khiem Dinh

The Petersen Automotive Museum has started a tradition of holding a 24 Heures du Mans (that’s 24 Hours of Le Mans in English) watch party. This year, a little competition on Forza was also held to be entered into a raffle to win a set of tires from Michelin. But really, the Petersen Automotive Museum has a stunning array of vehicles showing both history and modern technology, so anyone should visit the museum regardless. 


 

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Japanese Cars Suck!

by Mike Kojima

As a hardcore Japanese car enthusiast, it pains me to write this. I have seen the Japanese car phenomena go full circle first hand. When I was a little kid, adults used to snicker and the funny little weird crap boxes that were first imported from Japan by Datsun, Toyota and then Honda. The cars were small, underpowered and quirky. There were some standouts like the Datsun 240Z, the Toyota 2000GT and 510 that were pretty cool cars but for the most part, no one cared.


 

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Industry Insider: A Tour Through Aeromotive Fuel Systems

by Pablo Mazlumian

We bring you a MotoIQ-exclusive tour one of the fuel system industry's greats.  We get to learn some of Aeromotive's secrets to success, and even get to poke around some of its professional racecars!


 

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PRI 2016: Part 5

by Pablo Mazlumian

In the first four parts of PRI 2016, we've shown you a ton of parts and a plethora of racecars. In this installment we not only have more parts to show you, but we also take a more in-depth look at some of the world's most highly advanced racecars! Let’s get started!


 

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PRI 2016: Part 4

by Pablo Mazlumian

Oh boy. If you like Hondas, Corvettes, crazy boosted motorcycles and trucks, fuel injectors, superchargers, compound turbo systems, and nitrous, you've found the right article to browse!


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PRI 2016 – Part 3

by Pablo Mazlumian

If you like turbos, superchargers, other engine parts, wheels, aero, and electronics, this is a must see. We’re back with our third installment of the show, with plenty from Precision Turbo, AEM, Burns, Dynojet, CSF, Steve Morris Engines, Arias, Radium, CPE, and more!


 

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04

KW Automotive USA-Plant Tour

by Mike Kojima

If you have been a long time MotoIQ reader, then you have probably read about our tour of performance suspension giant KW Automotive's production and R&D facilities in Germany. KW has had a North American operation for some years now, but has recently expanded their facilities from their first location in Sanger California to a new location in Clovis California. 

KW's old Sanger facility was mostly dedicated to warehousing and service of their suspension stuff. The new location is being put together to have additional flooring space for R&D, engineering and Manufacturing.  This includes all of the KW Automotive brands consisting of ST Suspensions, Belltech, LSD Doors and of course, KW Suspension.


 

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2016 PRI Show – Part 1

by Pablo Mazlumian

MotoIQ is proud to bring back the most comprehensive PRI coverage you'll find anywhere online. Period. Check out the latest turbos, superchargers, wheels, fuel cells and fuel accessories, and engine components in Part 1! And we'll have several more parts to follow.


 

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SEMA 2016: Nerd’s Eye View Tuner Cars and Parts

by Khiem Dinh

What’s one of the primary reasons we all enjoy SEMA? The display of all the tuner cars and the parts that make them go fast. We can relate because we own the same cars and can buy the same parts. Granted, many of these cars are built to the extreme, but we can all dream can't we? In fact, some of these cars are completely attainable.


 

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SEMA Sneak Peek 2016 - An Exclusive Chevrolet Event

by Karla Pestotnik

One of my uncles who lives in western Nebraska just bought a brand new Silverado to replace his old Silverado that he bought brand new when I was a child. However, he didn’t get rid of the old Silverado- he still has it. When he first bought the old Silverado, he was so proud of it. It was the first vehicle that he and my aunt were able to buy brand new. As humble, hard-working Americans with three kids in an area and a time where you could buy two or three houses for today’s cost of a new, decently optioned full size truck, this was a big deal. He let my cousins, my sister, and myself stop for ice cream while driving us home when he first got it- being the cool uncle that he is and as long as we promised to not spill any of it in his truck. Well, I was the one that accidentally spilled a drop of ice cream on his brand new bench seat in his brand new truck. Little eight-year old Karla felt so terrible, and honestly, I still feel bad about it today- the little ice cream stain is probably still there. It's possible that perhaps karma will have revenge on me if I end up taking his grandson out for ice cream when he is old enough.


 

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MotoIQ SEMA 2016 Spotlight - Centerforce Clutch

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Mike Kojima, Editor-in-Chief of MotoIQ.com meets with Centerforce Clutch at the 2016 SEMA show to learn about their new products and discuss Dyad clutches, ball bearing pressure plates and weighted diaphragms.


 

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MotoIQ SEMA 2016 Spotlight - Advanced Clutch Technology (ACT)

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Rathyna Gomer, MotoIQ Sales and Marketing Manager checks out what's new from Advanced Clutch Technology at the 2016 SEMA show!


 

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MotoIQ SEMA 2016 Spotlight - Aeromotive

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Mike Kojima, Editor-in-Chief of MotoIQ.com checks out Aeromotive's new products at SEMA 2016 including their updated brushless Pro Series fuel pump, updated A1000 fuel pressure regulator, drop in fuel cells and in-tank pumps. We also take a look at some of the counterfeit Aeromotive products being sold online and how to make sure you don't get fooled!


 

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MotoIQ SEMA 2016 Spotlight - Precision Turbo

MotoIQ Video

Mike Kojima, Editor-in-Chief of MotoIQ.com checks out the Precision Turbo booth at SEMA 2016 where he gets to inspect the latest Global Rally Cross and Gen III turbos.


 

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MotoIQ SEMA 2016 Spotlight - CSF Radiator

MotoIQ Video

Mike Kojima, Editor-in-Chief of MotoIQ.com meets with Ravi Dolwani from CSF Radiator at the 2016 SEMA show to check out their new heat exchangers for the F80/82 BMW M3 and M4, Honda Civics old and new, the ND Mazda Miata and more!


 

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MotoIQ SEMA 2016 Spotlight - Nitto Tire

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Mike Kojima, Editor-in-Chief of MotoIQ.com checks out the Nitto Tire booth at SEMA 2016.


 

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MotoIQ SEMA 2016 Spotlight - DeatschWerks

MotoIQ Video

Mike Kojima, Editor-in-Chief of MotoIQ.com checks out the DeatschWerks booth at SEMA 2016.


 

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MotoIQ SEMA 2016 Spotlight - Turbonetics

MotoIQ Video

Mike Kojima, Editor-in-Chief of MotoIQ.com checks out the Turbonetics booth at SEMA 2016 to learn about a true bolt on turbo option for the 2.3L Ford Ecoboost motors.


 

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