2007-2015 Evo X PCV Delete From Driven Fab

2007-2015 Evo X PCV Delete by Driven Fabrication

2007-2015 Evo X PCV Delete

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This little fitting can tremendously increase your crankcase pressure venting capabilities on any catch can setup! The stock PCV valve is designed to close as soon as the intake manifold is pressurized, causing all of your crankcase pressure to be forced out of the small valve cover fitting on the drivers side of the engine bay.

By increasing the venting capabilities of the crankcase, your engine will be able to rotate more freely resulting in an increase in power. This PCV delete is designed to thread right into your valve cover, and have a 3/8″ hose barb on the other end for easy plumbing to your catch can setup.

2007-2015 Evo X PCV Delete
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Need Power? The GTW Series from Garrett Turbo Can help.

GTW3684JB Journal Bearing Turbo by Garrett

GTW3684JB Journal Bearing Turbo by Garrett

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A Garrett turbo offers you the best value in terms of quality and competitive price. A quality commitment goes way beyond the manufacture of product. At Garrett, it has to do with the very aspect of business life. Protect your investment today. You can relax, enjoy, and drive with confidence with the knowledge that your Garrett turbo is a reliable turbo.

Garrett is one of the few turbo-charging manufacturers that subjects our turbos to several OE qualification tests. These turbocharging “qual tests” ensure Garrett produces a safe and reliable turbo for OE applications. When you buy a Garrett turbo you can be sure it is a reliable one! Continue reading

240SX Rear Toe Arms NEW from ISC Suspension!

240SX Rear Toe Arms by ISC Suspension


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ISC Suspension’s new 240SX Rear Toe Arms feature a wide range of adjustability and weigh in at 2.65 lbs per arm! These arms are manufactured from 6061 Aluminum and feature street seal technology with pillow ball bearings which perform flawlessly on the street and drift track! ISC’s toe arms for the 240SX feature their unique gold anodized finish.

Features and Benefits

• 6061 Aluminum
• Top Grade Hardware, Pillowball Bearings
• Street Seal (TM) corrosion protection technology
• Anodized Finish
• Lightweight, only 2.65 lbs each!
• Large Toe Adjustment Range

240SX Rear Toe Arms  240SX Rear Toe Arms

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15+ A3, Golf Performance Suspension System

15+ A3, Golf Performance Suspension System from Bilstein

15+ A3, Golf Performance Suspension System

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Bilstein introduces their B16 coilover suspension system for the 2015+ Audi A3 and Volkswagen Golf. The Bilstein B16 PSS10 kit is a race inspired system, providing the ultimate in high performance tuning. The manually adjustable monotube gas shock absorbers feature 9 or 10-stage precise compression and rebound settings, from comfort to competition. The threaded body allows accurate adjustability of the front and rear progressive springs to achieve the vehicle ride height (30mm to 50mm), center of gravity and level of performance handling desired. Bilstein’s patented Triple-C-Technology coating ensures long-lasting resistance to corrosion. Continue reading

2015 WRX Boost Control Solenoid |New EBC from Grimmspeed

2015 WRX EBC Coming Soon from Grimmspeed

The 2015 WRX offers a unique change of pace, as the factory 2-port solenoid is mounted directly to the plastic turbo inlet and interfaces with an o-ringed feature, rather than a vacuum hose. With expertise in designing machined parts and a tried and true boost control solenoid, we were excited to dig in and create a solution with an already proven pedigree of high performance and quality.

2015 WRX EBC

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As a brief overview of the advantages of a 3-port boost control system vs. the factory 2-port system, the 3-port systems works by interrupting the boost signal traveling from the turbo to the wastegate. That boost is redirected back into the turbo inlet (post-MAF sensor) and re-ingested by the turbo. The factory configuration simply ‘bleeds’ the signal from between the turbo and wastegate which creates a system that is a bit less complex, but reacts more slowly and with less precision.

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