Posted by Lexus Fast | Edelbrock | Tuesday 31 March 2009 2:53 pm



Do you have any words to share!

Related items for sale – hover mouse for more information

See the rest!!! Click Here!!!

Popular Aftermarket Parts For Your Car

Posted by Lexus Fast | Aftermarket | Sunday 29 March 2009 7:35 pm

Richard Crittendon
With the variety of models and makes in the market, you may have thought that choosing the right car for you was the one big decision you had to make. Well true enough, but now you also have the luxury of being able to choose from a wide variety of aftermarket parts for your car.

What exactly are aftermarket parts for a car?

Most of the time, when you buy a new car from a dealership, it comes with certain standard factory options for various things, like the wheels, transmission, engine and other performance parts. Even the lights and the interiors are available in some standard options. You may request some upgrades from the dealership in terms of a better interior or a better speaker system but the options are very limited. So, to truly personalize your car or to make it faster or run smoother, you will have to go for what are called aftermarket auto parts.

Show Me What Is Out There

Well, you’ll be surprised. The categories of the various aftermarket car parts themselves run into dozens not to mention the variety in each one of them.

The first thing a car owner is usually focused on is the look of the car. The more it reflects your style, your personality, the better. One can get a complete body kit containing various accessories for the exterior of a car, which include front fascia, rear fascia, rear wing and many more. Other add-ons include air dams, windshield decals, window visors and novelty license plates not to mention various color combinations.

There are also many options for the interior of a car. Custom seat covers are now available in a variety of designs, textures and colors. Seats themselves may be modified to help with lumbar support or to act as back massagers. A sound system is now part of almost every car.

However, you can always seek to improve on the existing sound system, especially if you travel for long hours. You could also add cargo holders and organizers of your choice to hold your coffee or your sunglasses. You could change the flooring, put in sunshades, even work on the steering wheel.

If you are constantly on the road and visiting many unknown places, a GPS navigational system may the best accessory for you. These are extremely accurate, to within a few feet of your desired destination, extremely useful and are nowadays available at fairly good prices.

There is great variety in the performance parts section as well. You could make your ride smoother, faster and your car last longer by looking at some of the available options. You can work on the carburetor or air filters, get powerful exhaust systems, improve on various aspects of the engine and check out various suspension, chassis or steering options.

Whatever your ultimate goal for your car – from merely improving its performance and your driving comfort – to making it look like a mean street racer, you can get aftermarket car parts to help you accomplish it.

We want to know what you think!

Related items for sale – hover mouse for more information

See the rest!!! Click Here!!!

Car Warranties, Types and Considerations

Posted by Lexus Fast | Aftermarket | Saturday 28 March 2009 6:29 pm

When deciding which car to buy, you may ask yourself whether you should buy an extended warranty or a car that comes with a warranty. To start, educate yourself on warranties. Not every new car warranty is created equally. Some will cover all the non-wear items on the car up to only three years or 36,000 miles. Others will cover repairs all the way up to 10 years or 100,000 miles. The strength of the coverage that is included will help you decide whether to buy an extended auto warranty.

A typical new car warranty has two parts: the “bumper to bumper” warranty, which covers everything except the “wear” items such as brakes and tires; and the power train warranty that covers all the parts that make the car move, such as the engine and transmission.

An extended auto warranty is often purchased to prolong the coverage of the bumper-to-bumper warranty. Most people are familiar with the extended warranty that is sold at dealerships. This is sometimes called a “factory warranty” because factory-trained technicians perform the required work on the car. There are also “third-party” warranties, which can save consumers money but are generally less convenient to use. Many third-party warranties require out-of-pocket payment for repairs before reimbursement.

In deciding whether an extended warranty is right for you, and in selecting the best plan for your needs, you’ll need to ask yourself the following questions:

* To what extent is your vehicle already under warranty, and is this coverage in sync with how long you anticipate owning it? If the car you’ve just bought is new, take a close look at its factory warranty before making an extended warranty decision. If, for example, the vehicle has a factory warranty of three years or 36,000 miles, and you plan on keeping it for two or three years—with an anticipated annual mileage of about 10,000—then an extended warranty makes little sense, since you’ll likely be covered under the manufacturer’s plan. However, if you plan on keeping the car long after the factory warranty expires, an extended auto warranty is worth considering. If the car you’ve just purchased is used, you’ll need to ascertain if there is warranty coverage from the dealership (coverage periods may range from as little as a month to up to a year, or more).

If you’re buying a late-model used vehicle, it’s possible that the vehicle’s original factory warranty is still in effect (this will be dependent on how many miles the car has under its tires, and on how much time has passed since it was originally titled). Some manufacturers also offer “certified used” programs that extend original factory warranty terms on pre-owned vehicles. If the car isn’t under warranty, or if you plan on keeping it past its warranty’s expiration, an extended warranty makes sense.

* What’s the reliability record of the model you’re purchasing? Take a look at the reliability history of the model you’re buying. Though this is by no means a fail-safe way of predicting what your repair bill will look like, it does give you an idea of what you may be in for service-wise; bear this information in mind when making a warranty decision.

* Who is behind the warranty that you’re considering? An extended auto warranty may be backed by an independent warranty company (these are known as aftermarket warranties) or by the covered vehicle’s manufacturer. Knowing who will be underwriting your policy can give you insight into the strengths and weaknesses of the contract you’re considering. Manufacturer-backed warranties score very highly when it comes to ease of use. However, aftermarket warranties are often cheaper. (If you opt to purchase an aftermarket warranty, take a look at how the company’s financial strength has been rated by A.M. Best and/or Standard & Poor’s; this will give you an indication as to its ability to pay your claim. Your safest bet is to choose a company that has a minimum “A” rating with Standard & Poor’s, and/or a minimum “A” or “A-” rating with A.M. Best.)

* What’s the nature of its deductible? Fully investigate a policy’s deductible before signing on the dotted line. Consider not only its amount, but also whether it’s per visit or per repair. With a per visit deductible, each visit to the shop will run you a fixed amount, regardless of how many parts are repaired; a per repair deductible applies to each serviced part. What sounds like a minor difference may, under certain circumstances, have a major impact on your wallet. If, for example, you’ve got a $100 per repair deductible and you take your car in to get the air conditioner, fuel pump and alternator serviced, you’ll be out $300; had you opted for a per visit deductible, those repairs would only have cost you $100. Charier still is a $0 deductible policy. You will have to pay extra for this, but if your circumstances become such that you have to take your car in frequently, you’ll find that this policy more than pays for itself.

* Is the warranty transferable? Some extended warranties end when the person who bought the warranty sells the car. A warranty that allows you to transfer it to a new buyer is preferable; it’s an excellent selling point for prospective buyers.

* Can repairs be performed at any repair shop? Some extended auto warranties stipulate that repairs must be performed at the dealership from which the warranty was purchased; this can prove limiting and inconvenient. It’s best to opt for a warranty that, at the very least, gives you more than one service facility to choose from. You’ll appreciate this should the vehicle ever need service while you’re on a road trip, miles away from home.

* What exactly is covered? Know what’s covered—and what’s not covered—by the extended warranty you’re considering. Does the service contract cover breakdown as well as wear and tear? Under a “breakdown” warranty, coverage is extended only to parts that break. Such a policy can prove less inclusive than is desirable, since not all parts fail due to breakage. Some need to be replaced because they’ve worn down over a period of time; a “wear-and-tear” warranty extends coverage to worn-down parts in need of replacement. Additionally, some “entry level” contracts don’t cover ABS brakes, so if your vehicle has this feature, you should consider upgrading to this level. And overheating—regardless of its cause—isn’t covered in many warranties. Thus, if overheating occurred due to problems with an expensive part such as your radiator, you’d be stuck with a hefty repair bill. Before committing to a warranty, take the time to fully explore the ins and outs of its coverage implications. The distinctions between the various plans might seem slight, but they can prove quite important.

* Is a cash layout required for repairs? Some extended warranties require that you pay the bill, then send the receipt in and wait for reimbursement; in many cases, months elapse before you get your money back. Ideally, you’ll want a warranty that pays the dealership.

Give us your opinion

Related items for sale – hover mouse for more information

See the rest!!! Click Here!!!

Hyundai Aftermarket Parts Shops – Racing Seats – Merchant

Posted by Lexus Fast | Aftermarket | Saturday 28 March 2009 2:01 am


(safe hyundai link) http://www.kqzyfj.com/click-1264614-10412957 OnlineMysteryShopper. Your Guide to Safe Online Shopping. Buy discount hyundai aftermarket parts with marvellous assurance and safety! Street BeeatCustoms.Best prices, free shipping, and thousands of Automotive Aftermarket Accessories and Parts for Car, Truck, SUV and Vans. Buy hyundai racing seats. Great aftermarket parts. The best racing seats shops. Fast discount store for assurance and safety! Talladega Style Reclinable …

We want to know what you think!

Related items for sale – hover mouse for more information

See the rest!!! Click Here!!!

Body Kits Make the Cars Look Cool

Posted by Lexus Fast | Aftermarket | Friday 27 March 2009 2:51 pm

After you have acquired a car you can consider car after market products. Body kits are a great option amongst car aftermarket products.

A lot of mature thinking is required while installing these body kits. Imagine an author writing a book. Both the author and publisher are satisfied with the work. Now imagine yourself as a buyer of the book.

In a book shop you would see a row of books lined in the shelves. You do not know their contents. Those may be award winning books, but what you initially see are their covers and wrappers. If these are attractive and beautiful and grab your attention you will go for the book. The publisher therefore tries to make the covers and wrappers attractive. The same applies to a car.

You carefully select a car by evaluating its pick up, its speed, its mileage, and its safety features. You may be satisfied by its performance but others evaluate it initially by its looks. Their evaluation is not restricted to only your car. They judge your personality and tastes by the looks of your car. Whatever may be your profession or vocation you can not afford to be misjudged due to being casual in selecting body kits. Ilovebodykits.com will play a useful role in helping you in selecting proper body kits.

No doubt, proper body kits do considerably enhance the looks of a car, but these are not mere objects of adornment. They have their specified functions. For example the front and rear bumpers have to be sturdy. The importance of carefully choosing body kits cannot be understated.

Proper selection of car and body kits is not the end of your work. The selected body kits have to be properly installed. A professional who is an expert in his job has to be engaged for this job.

You can go to Ilovebodykits.com for information on a wide range of body kits. Your car will not only give you satisfaction by its performance, but also bring admiration from those who see your car. They will not see only your car but your personality as projected by the body kit.

We want to know what you think!

Related items for sale – hover mouse for more information

See the rest!!! Click Here!!!

Reliable Car Parts and Accessories for Long-term Maintenance of Your Car

Posted by Lexus Fast | Aftermarket | Friday 27 March 2009 11:14 am

Imran ali
When we talk about aftermarket car parts and accessories, a lot of cool modifications and replacement kits come to our mind. Some of the most noteworthy and widely used accessories include headlights and headlight kits, grille guards, fender flares, deflectors, hitch accessories, trim accessories and truck racks. All these parts and kits are manufactured by reputable companies to provide with a reliable and long lasting solution for the maintenance of your car. Most of these accessories are meant to improve the performance of your vehicle in terms of speed, more horsepower and better overall system. Let’s find out more about these wonderful car parts.


The best thing about aftermarket car parts is that they are available at very affordable prices. Since these parts are not provided by the original manufacturer they are quite reasonably priced. However, there are some very expensive kits and accessories available out there as well because of their strength and high quality. Before deciding what accessories you need for your car have a look at some of the most popular car parts used the world over. This way you will have an insight into what is required for improving the appearance of your car as well as obtaining maximum performance gains.


Custom-designed car parts and accessories for specific make and model of the vehicles are available at online stores as well as some local auto stores. Shopping online can help you save a lot of money on these parts since there are many reliable manufacturers out there who like to extend special deals and discount offers to their customers. You can also get information about each and every accessory before buying it so that you have an idea how it is going to contribute to the long-term maintenance of your car. Check out how these accessories are installed and how they work. Other than accessories, you may want to check out parts like body kits, tail lights, wheels and tires, performance parts, burglar alarm system, audio and sound system, etc.


Performance kits are something you wouldn’t want to miss out on if you are looking for high performance gains in terms of more horsepower and better fuel utilization. These kits can be installed to increase the life of your car engine and to make it perform better. Replaceable performance chips and power programmers are easily available out there that also help to increase gas mileage. Many people prefer this option over upgrading their entire engine because it is cost-effective and highly beneficial in the long run. The best thing about these chips is that they are very easy to install. You can buy new intakes, exhaust systems, radiators and fuel systems to realize a considerable boost in the context of performance.


Car body kits and ground effects are also very popular among car enthusiasts. Again these kits are available in a variety of different styles and designs and most of them are very reasonably priced. Carbon fiber hoods, lambo doors and ground effects are the most remarkable body kits supplied by some of the leading aftermarket car parts manufacturers. These car parts and accessories allow you to turn your ordinary-looking vehicle into an attractive and desirable automobile. You can find a complete range of car kits for your car, truck or SUV. Other than these you can also check out wonderful interior parts like pedals, shift knobs, steering wheels, door inserts and air fresheners.


While looking for cool and unique parts and accessories available on the market we are presented with quite a handful of options. It depends on our budget and the amount of change or modification we require to decide which parts will be best suited to our needs.


Please comment!

Related items for sale – hover mouse for more information

See the rest!!! Click Here!!!

Diesel Engine Aftermarket Parts

Posted by Lexus Fast | Aftermarket | Friday 27 March 2009 3:29 am


Buy Cummins Detroit etc at Wholesale Pricing 810 653 6300 …

Give us your opinion

Related items for sale – hover mouse for more information

See the rest!!! Click Here!!!

How to adjust a Chevy Edelbrock Carburetor

Posted by Lexus Fast | Edelbrock | Friday 27 March 2009 12:51 am

How to adjust a Chevy Edelbrock Carburetor

Adjusting a 350 Chevy Edelbrock Carburetor. Very Cool!!

Edelbrock carbvideo compliments of Aftermarket Car Parts!

Please comment!

Related items for sale – hover mouse for more information

See the rest!!! Click Here!!!


Posted by Lexus Fast | Aftermarket | Thursday 26 March 2009 3:12 pm

Rafay Naeem
A headlight is basically a headlamp which is usually fixed at the front side of the car. It’s used to provide light in the dark ways or while driving at the night time. It illuminates the road with bright light and allows the driver to see the road and drive car perfectly. Car headlights are also known as the headlamps of the car.

Headlights play a very crucial role in driving a car because it provides you the facility to drive the car smoothly and perfectly at the night time. It improved throughout the automobiles age. US highway administration surveyed that all the major accidents and fatalities occur in the dark at night, regardless of the fact that only 25% of the traffic traveling is at night.

In the starting, when car was invented, headlights were fueled by oil and acetylene which were introduced in 1880. Acetylene was famous because it resisted the wind and rain. The first electric headlight was introduced by the electric company of Hartford in 1889. This electric headlight was introduced with the electric car.

The standardized round sealed beam was introduced in the start of 1940 and was soon famous and started coming with all vehicles in the US, Australia, Britain and other commonwealth countries. After the launching of round sealed beam lights, Japan subtly modified these lights and again reintroduced these lights with their own name.

Car headlights are very important these days. Nowadays, different types of headlights have been introduced which are brighter and powerful than the earlier versions. It is more necessary to have powerful lights because it helps you to see in dark as a countless lighted area. Now the headlights have tendency to illuminate light more than 4 fluorescent bulbs.

The first Halogen headlight was used in 1962 by an association of European Bulb and headlamp makers. Halogen technology is a very useful technology and can produce more candent filaments and brighter light than the non-halogen headlights. The Halogen technology was banned in US for about ten years, because the majority was using the sealed beam lamps. After 1978, US government allowed to modify the car’s headlights with halogen car headlights.

Beyond all these mechanisms, engineering and history, several companies are now offering a variety of headlights like OEM, projector and aftermarket headlights. Headlights are now very cheap and easily available everywhere in the market. It is essential to take care of the car’s headlight, because it will beneficial for you in driving on a darker way.

OEM headlights stand for Original Equipment Manufacturer. These headlights have better results as compared to the others because these headlights are company manufactured and original. Those buyers, who want better results, should buy OEM headlights.

Projector headlights are the headlights with magnificent bright lights. It offers a fashionable look and a very bright light to your car. If you want better results with fashionable look, then projector headlights is the choice for you.

There are now different types and categories of the headlights and these types and categories are increasing day by day. Car Headlights affect your driving at night time so it is highly recommended to check your headlights while going on highway at night. Always buy the headlights from original companies, because those headlights are original and give better performance than others cheap locally manufactured lights.

Give us your opinion

Related items for sale – hover mouse for more information

See the rest!!! Click Here!!!

Tips for selling your used paintball guns, masks and tank

Posted by Lexus Fast | Aftermarket | Thursday 26 March 2009 4:31 am


This video covers the BEST WAY to sell your used gear, and get the most amount of money for it. EDIT: When I talk about beign scammed, I'm talking about getting a gun that wasn't as described. Either it was broken, it had issues that weren't disclosed, it was in worst shape than described, or had different parts than the picture. I shipped out a working gun, and got a broken gun. 1) Keep the box, manual, orings, lube, tools etc in the box. NEVER THROW AWAY THE BOX!!! 2) If you put …

Give us your opinion

Related items for sale – hover mouse for more information

See the rest!!! Click Here!!!
Next Page »

>>> Tags: , , , , , ,