MotoIQ Radio Episode 30: Local Motors
By Will Cannady
This is a show I have been waiting for, I bring you John Burton Rogers from Local Motors.
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by Sarah Forst
Vegas revved up for another exciting SEMA convention and it seems like the auto industry is taking off again. This year, ten of us MotoIQ editors hit the show like a piston slapping a valve; of course, we only damaged our livers…
MotoIQ Radio: Cosworth's Eric Hsu, Tyler Hara and Ken Anderson, Tom Maserio from Formula Drift and RaceCrowds.com
By Will Cannady
This will be a very cool episode. Be sure to bring your questions as we will have three represenatives from Cosworth. We will have Tom Masiero on next, he is the Director of Driftstream for Formula Drift as well as a few other ventures you might not have heard of as well as a new project he is brewing with the motorsports fan in mind.
MotoIQ Radio: Tom Clements from InlinePRO
In this episode of MotoIQ Radio we have Tom Clements from InlinePRO. They are a tuning shop out of Virginia and have a very cool kit for the Honda enthusiast. We will discuss the creation of the company to its current state today as well as its motorsports interests. We will also have Martin from MotoIQ on to talk about the MPTCC - 2011 Season Announcement I hope you all enjoy this episode.
MotoIQ Radio: Doug MacMillian from HONDATA
We will have Doug MacMillian the founder of HONDATA, one of the pillars of the Honda tuning community, on the show this Wednesday night. Most people have heard the HONDATA name even if you are not a Honda fan. We will learn more about the man and the company. Most importantly, our listeners had the opportunity to ask Doug questions directly.
MotoIQ Radio: Kyle Millen from Stillen
In this one hour episode of Motoiq Radio, host Will Cannady interviews Kyle Millen from Stillen. They talk about the history of the company and its involvement in motorsports. We hope you enjoy it!
What the Hell? HKS to Close US Operations!
MotoIQ Staff Report
We were shocked and dismayed to see this notice come across our desks yesterday afternoon. HKS the iconic Japanese manufacturer of some of the best engineered tuner parts on the market is ceasing US operations. HKS will start winding down operations and be done here sometime this summer, around August.
By Mike Kojima, photos by Jeff Naeyaert
In our last installment we left you deep inside KW Suspension's wonder factory. So far none of us has fallen into the shock fluid, turned purple and round, been sucked into TV's or mauled by squirrels. Now lets rejoin the tour!
To Read Part One Click Here!
VIDEO: KW Suspension Factory Tour - A Suspension is Born
By Jeff Naeyaert
While in Germany at the KW plant, we got a first hand look at how KW designs, tests and produces suspension systems. You can see KW's 7 post shaker rig in action as well as ride development testing. Check out how the 7 post works!
We were stoked when we got a call from KW Suspension asking if we would like to visit their facilities in Germany a few months ago. We felt like how Charlie in "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory must have felt when he found that golden ticket for a tour of a wonderful place. If you don't know who or what KW is, they are the makers of some of the best suspensions available for both the tuner and the professional racing market.
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