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Go to MYRIDE.COM for more car videos.More power, revised handling, new features, and updated styling are part of a significant Subaru Forester update for 2006. More power on normally aspirated Foresters comes about because of a new variable valve-lift system. Horsepower for this 2.5-liter flat four is now 173 (up from 165 hp in 2005), and Subaru says real-world drivability has been improved. The turbocharged engine in the 2.5 XT Limited model is also more powerful for 2006; it receives a 20-hp boost for a 230-hp total, and it produces fewer tailpipe emissions. Minor revisions to the manual and automatic transmissions are also part of the 2006 upgrade. Other mechanical changes this year include a slight boost to ground clearance, a retuned suspension (for sharper handling and a smoother ride, says Subaru) and improved brake feel. For the interior of this small crossover SUV, Subaru added a rear fold-down armrest, reshaped the rear seat for additional thigh support, installed a new multi-function center console and put in new tie-downs for the cargo area. The upscale L.L. Bean Edition trim also has widened water-resistant matting for the cargo area and a new Momo steering wheel. Finishing up the 2006 Subaru Forester alterations is a styling refresh that gives the Forester a less blocky-looking front fascia, new taillights and larger exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals.
8 Nov 2008
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Mercedes-Benz is about to make the CLS even more irresistible and will be presenting the new-generation of this unique, four-door coupé in the spring of 2008 – the pioneer of a whole new automotive segment. The flagship CLS 63 AMG is powered by the AMG 6.3-litre V8 engine with 378 kW/514 hp and 630 Newton metres of torque. The high-revving, naturally aspirated engine now makes its presence known in an even more distinctive fashion: the AMG sports exhaust system's redesigned rear silencers deliver an even more captivating soundtrack through the two sets of oval-shaped, chromed twin tailpipes. The CLS 63 AMG accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds, while its top speed is limited electronically to 250 km/h. The AMG SPEEDSHIFT PLUS 7G-TRONIC transmission now incorporates a double-declutching function. This does more than just intensify the emotive driving experience - the virtually load-free downshift procedure also leads to a reduction in load-alteration effects, which is of particular benefit when braking ahead of corners on the race track.
14 Jul 2008
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Bugatti Veyron in the rain at Crystal Cove on 4/1/06. Incredible engine sounds at the tailpipe!
15 Apr 2008
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Defined by BMW as the first 'Sports Activity Coupeé', Adrian van Hooydonk explains how the Concept X6 combines an elegant and dynamically flowing roofline with the features so typical of a BMW X car. The close and direct link of this concept combining the new Sports Activity Coupe with innovative BMW ActiveHybrid technology ensures an authentic match of design and technology in every respect. Adrian van Hooydonk makes a case in point for form follows function: the rear underfloor panel which moves out when required and covers the tailpipes while driving on electric power only. Same applies for the engine compartment which comes with a powerful curvature at the top and a striking BMW powerdome that marks the hybrid components in the engine bay. An innovative vehicle concept and equally innovative drivetrain technology are now coming together in a unique car the world has never seen before: the BMW Concept X6 ActiveHybrid is the world’s first Sports Activity Coupe to feature a special concept of hybrid drive likewise never seen before. Introducing the ActiveHybrid technology, BMW is taking the next step in the ongoing reduction of fuel consumption and emissions. BMW ActiveHybrid is based on a modular concept following the strategy of “Best of Hybrid“ to integrate the most appropriate, optimum components in a form that is true to the values of BMW. The BMW Concept X6 ActiveHybrid, the BMW in the world of hybrid cars, can be driven on electric power only, on the combustion engine alone, or with a combination of both power units. BMW ActiveHybrid is far superior to conventional hybrid vehicles in terms of driving dynamics. The fuel consumption and emission ratings of the BMW Concept X6 ActiveHybrid are up to 20 per cent better than on a comparable car with conventional drivetrain technology.
9 Nov 2007
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Filmed at the Asphalt Outlaws car show in Dayton Ohio
24 Oct 2008
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Import/Export Or Local Sale:2010 Mercedes Benz E63 AMG MSRP:$98,625 <br> <br> With 518 hp and AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission The E63 AMG – a new generation sports sedan delivering top driving dynamics <br> <br> Affalterbach – AMG is kicking-off the 2009 driving season with a new superstar: shortly after the launch of the new E-Class, the AMG high-performance brand of Mercedes-Benz Cars presents the new 2010 E63 AMG. This dynamic sports sedan impresses with outstanding performance, thrilling handling characteristics and advanced technology transferred from its sibling, the SL63 AMG high-performance Roadster. The E63 AMG makes its U.S. sales debut in November 2009. <br> <br> The new E63 AMG distinguishes itself from the standard Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedans with a newly developed AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension with electronically controlled damping, revised front suspension and unique exterior and interior design. At the same time, Mercedes-AMG has achieved a significant reduction in fuel consumption of almost twelve percent for the new E63 AMG, thanks to the precise application of several fuel efficiency improvements. With its unique combination of pioneering driver assistance systems, the E63 AMG further consolidates the brand's leading position in the field of automotive safety. <br> <br> The AMG 6.3-liter V8-engine in the new E63 AMG develops an output of 518 hp and a 465 lb-ft of torque, matching the outstanding figures for the SL63 AMG. The high-performance Roadster has also transferred its AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission to the new model. This transmission replaces the conventional torque converter through the use of a multi-disc wet start-up clutch. In conjunction with the four individual driving modes, rev-matched shifts and RACE START function, the resulting, direct connection to the powertrain delivers an extremely emotional and high-performance driving experience. <br> <br> The AMG MCT drive unit is unique in this segment, and provides dramatic performance figures: the E63 AMG accelerates from standstill to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds, with a top speed of 155 mph (electronically limited). The fast-revving, naturally aspirated engine with a displacement of 6208 cc impresses with its agile responsiveness, muscular power delivery and high redline. The AMG V8 sound is a thrilling partner for mile after mile, while the smooth-running engine guarantees renowned Mercedes long-distance comfort. A newly designed water cooling system ensures maximum endurance even under the enormous dynamic stresses of the racetrack. <br> <br> Fuel consumption cut by almost twelve percent Despite 11 hp of additional output versus the preceding model, the E63 AMG showcases several advancements designed to improve fuel efficiency, including on-demand delivery of fuel and alternator management with recuperation of engine power during overrun. In-engine friction is also reduced by the AMG-exclusive twin-wire arc spray coating process used to coat cylinder walls. <br> <br> The AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission also makes a decisive contribution to fuel economy: a multi-disc wet clutch running in an oil bath replaces the previous torque converter. This unit responds extremely rapidly, directly and without the losses typical of a torque converter transmission thanks to its low rotational inertia. The transmission is equipped with four driving modes: "C" (Controlled Efficiency), "S" (Sport), "S+" (Sport plus) and "M" (Manual), which can be selected using a rotary electronic switch in the AMG DRIVE UNIT. Partial suppression of individual cylinders by interrupting ignition and injection during gearshifts under full load contributes to considerably faster shift times. In M mode the AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission allows gearshifts to be performed in 100 milliseconds. <br> <br> In the even more fuel-efficient driving mode Controlled Efficiency, the transmission shifts the gears with deliberate smoothness, and the transmission control unit is programmed to perform early upshifts to keep engine speeds as low as possible. At the same time, the AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission met the most demanding requirements where driving dynamics are concerned: fast and precise multiple downshifts ensure first-class agility in conjunction with the automatic rev-matching and RACE START function: this enables the E63 AMG driver to call on the maximum acceleration potential automatically. <br> <br> Electronically controlled damping system and a new front axle Sporty or more comfort-oriented? The driver of the new Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG is not obliged to accept any compromises in this respect. The AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension copes equally well with the dynamic cornering of the racetrack and more comfortable, sedate driving. High performance and typical Mercedes long-distance comfort go together as an extraordinary synthesis in the E63 AMG. This is made possible by the newly developed AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension. While new steel spring struts are used on the front axle, the rear suspension features AMG-specific air springs. The advantage of this solution, which is exclusive to AMG, is that the front spring struts ensure more sensitive responses while the rear air struts with their automatic level control system keep the vehicle at a constant height, irrespective of the load. <br> <br> A new, electronically controlled damping system automatically varies the damping characteristics according to the driving situation, reducing the roll angle of the body. The result is instant adjustment to provide the best possible ride comfort together with the greatest possible agility. In addition, the driver is able to choose between the three suspension modes of Comfort, Sport and Sport plus at the touch of a button. The E63 AMG is also equipped with a newly developed, unique front axle with a 2.2 inch (56 millimeter) wider track, a tubular stabilizer bar, new control arms, new wheel bearings, newly-designed bushing geometry and kinematics and new wheel location for more negative camber – thereby providing more grip when taking turns at speed. The AMG-specific kinematics also ensures significantly more precision. This is a highly sophisticated axle design whose principle has already proved its worth in the C63 AMG. The rear axle likewise has more negative camber, optimized elastokinematics and a new subframe mounting for greater stability at the physical limits. <br> <br> Newly developed power steering and individual 3-stage ESP® For more direct responsiveness, the speed-sensitive rack-and-pinion steering is also a new development. The steering ratio of 14 : 1 is 22 percent more direct (quicker) than in the standard production models, while a more rigid steering column plus the reconfigured characteristic mapping of the speed-sensitive servo assistance ensure better steering precision and improved road contact. <br> <br> The 3-stage ESP® familiar from the SL63 AMG and C63 AMG enables individual settings to be selected – with clear benefits in terms of driving pleasure combined with the same high level of handling safety. The ESP® key in the AMG DRIVE UNIT allows the driver to choose between "ESP ON", "ESP SPORT" and "ESP OFF" – with the currently active mode shown in the central display of the AMG instrument cluster. Perfect deceleration even during performance driving is ensured by the AMG high-performance braking system with 14.2 inch, internally ventilated and perforated brake discs all-round. Particularly resistant, motorsports-tested compound (two-piece) construction technology is used at the front axle. Outstanding grip is ensured by the 18-inch AMG light-alloy wheels with a width of 9 and 9.5 inches and mixed tire sizes of 255/40 R 18 at the front and 285/35 R 18 at the rear. <br> <br> Decidedly dynamic interior and exterior The purposefully dynamic design of the E63 AMG is fully in keeping with the vehicle's impressive technology. The front aspect is characterized by 17-millimeter wider fenders bearing "6.3 AMG" lettering, the new AMG front apron with large intake air apertures and the AMG-specific daytime driving lights in LED technology. In conjunction with the optional Bi-Xenon Headlamps with Active Curve Illumination, the E63 AMG is equipped with tinted main headlamps. <br> <br> The striking visual presence is further enhanced by the AMG side skirts and AMG rear apron with a black diffuser insert. As a hallmark of the brand, the AMG sports exhaust system has two newly designed, chrome-plated twin tailpipes. <br> <br> The new interior of the E63 AMG is an exciting blend of high-grade materials and functional sportiness. Exclusive features include electrically adjustable AMG sports seats with improved lateral support and the AMG sports steering wheel in a four-spoke design with AMG shift paddles. As a completely new feature exclusive to the E63 AMG, the AMG selector lever has one-touch logic. Directly adjacent to it in the center console is the AMG DRIVE UNIT, which provides adjustments for the MCT sports transmission, the ESP functions, the suspension setup and the AMG driving modes. Standard equipment also includes high-grade leather upholstery in three different colors, the AMG instrument cluster with an AMG main menu, door entry sills with AMG lettering and a sports pedal cluster – both in brushed stainless steel. <br> <br> Even more individuality with tailor-made AMG extras Customers can select the optional AMG Performance Package, which includes the following: • Lightweight, forged 19-inch AMG light-alloy wheels with size 255/35 R 19 tires at the front and 285/30 R 19 at the rear • AMG Performance suspension with stiffer spring rates • AMG rear axle locking differential with 40 percent locking action • AMG Performance steering wheel in a three-spoke design • Top speed raised to 186 mph <br> <br> Call Now: 1-800-543-4536 or 1-561-962-4399 ________________________________________ Features: HTML clipboard Code Description Invoice MSRP ________________________________________ ** INVOICE PRICES TO FOLLOW ** -GASGUZ GAS GUZZLER TAX $1,700.00 $1,700.00 040-P BLACK $0.00 $0.00 -PAINT STANDARD PAINT $0.00 $0.00 201 BLACK, LEATHER SEAT TRIM $0.00 $0.00 P02 PREMIUM 2 PKG $0.00 $4,900.00 P30 AMG PERFORMANCE PKG $0.00 $0.00 793 19" AMG TWIN 5-SPOKE FORGED ALUMINUM WHEELS Incl. Incl. 413 PANORAMA SUNROOF $0.00 $1,070.00 864 REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM $0.00 $1,880.00 281 AMG PERFORMANCE STEERING WHEEL Incl. Incl. 731 BURL WALNUT WOOD INTERIOR TRIM $0.00 $0.00 230-E PARKTRONIC W/PARKING GUIDANCE $884.00 $950.00 610 NIGHT VIEW ASSIST PLUS W/PEDESTRIAN DETECTION $0.00 $1,750.00 Invoice MSRP Base N/A $85,500.00 Options N/A $12,250.00 Destination N/A $875.00 Total N/A $98,625.00 Click To View Full List of Vehicle Features Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive Curb Weight (lbs) 4035 City (MPG) - TBD - Hwy (MPG) - TBD - Horsepower 518 6800 Torque (lb-ft) 465 5200 Wheelbase (in.) 113.1 Length (in.) 192.4 Width (in.) - TBD - Height (in.) 56.8 <br> <br> 2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Specifications Chassis Wheels Available forged 19-inch AMG light-alloy wheels Tires Front 255/35 R 19 Tires Rear 285/30 R 19 Suspension AMG RIDE CONTROL sports suspension with steel-spring front struts, rear air AMG air suspension Drivetrain Layout Front Engine, RWD Transmission AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission Differential Electronic locking LSD with ESP selectable suspension characteristics Engine Type: Handbuilt AMG V8 introduced on SL63 AMG Roadster Displacement 6.2 liters Induction Naturally aspirated Horsepower 525 bhp Torque 465 lb-ft. (630 Nm) Performance Acceleration (0-100 km/h) 4.5 seconds Top Speed 155 mph, electronically limited <br> <br> WE EXPORT CARS!! CALL NOW FOR YOUR FREE QUOTE WITHOUT US SALES TAX!!!! Call Now: 1-800-543-4536 or 1-561-962-4399
16 Sep 2009
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2010-kia-soul.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 11110 from Curt, and we are going to install this on a 2010 Kia Soul. First, to install the hitch, we are going to have to lower the exhaust. Disconnect this rubber hanger right here, and this rubber hanger here.We are going to spray it down this hanger with some lubricant. And then we can slide it off. Next what is going to happen is we are going to take down the interior fender well liners here. We will put them back in when we are done.What is going to happen is, the hitch is going to install in the bottom of the frame, where this tow hook is right here. This hook is going to be removed, and it is going to use this bolt here and another bolt on the other side. And also there are two bolts on the back side of this, alongside of the frame, that the hitch will bolt onto there. There are going to be four on the passengers side. On the outboard side of the frame, on the drivers side, where we are looking here, there are two threaded holes there. This side only uses two holes. At this point we can go ahead and install the hitch onto the vehicle. What we are going to do is put the hitch over the tailpipe and kind of work it in between the bumper cover and the tailpipe, and then we will just go ahead and slide it into position then. It would be good if you have an extra set of hands, too. Now we can go ahead and snug the bolts down. All right, at this time we can torque down the bolts, as specified in the instructions. OK, we are at the point where we can go ahead and reattach our exhaust. We will slide it back onto the rubber hangers. Now we will go ahead and put the fender well liners back into place. All right, that finishes it for our install of part number 11110 from Curt.
21 Oct 2010
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Cars 2 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Cars 2 from Firebrand Games and Disney Interactive Studios for the Nintendo 3DS. Cars 2 is a game that has no idea what it wants to be. It's a game with driving, but it's not necessarily a racing game. You have to sneak around, but it's not exactly a stealth game...because you have exhaust coming out of your tailpipe. Kind of blows your cover, doesn't it? Cars 2 splits itself into two primary components. You start with a spy mission. Afterward, you go into a race. After that, it goes back to its literal interpretation of Metal Gear. I've never played a driving video game with this kind of split personality, and now that I have, I know why doctors call it a disorder. The missions are short and boring, and sneaking around as a car doesn't work. Then you're racing, which is a lot better than the game's other half...but the contrast from terrible to average makes you forget that even the racing is just average. This video review features video gameplay footage of Cars 2 for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
25 Oct 2012
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Seventeen Student Teams from the Nation's Top Schools Design "Green" Hybrid-Powered Vehicles; University of Wisconsin and Ohio State University Finish Second and Third Seventeen engineering teams from the nation's top universities were challenged by the Department of Energy in a groundbreaking four-year competition called Challenge X: Crossover to Sustainable Mobility. Mississippi State University took top honors, followed by Wisconsin University in second and Ohio State University in third. The University of Waterloo came in fourth, in fifth place was the University of Tulsa and Pennsylvania State University ranked sixth. The teams had to re-engineer a Chevy Equinox crossover using a range of hybrid, plug-in or fuel cell propulsion systems to increase energy efficiency and reduce environmental impact. The Mississippi State team designed a through-the-road parallel hybrid electric vehicle powered by a 1.9L GM direct injection turbo diesel engine fueled by bio diesel (B20). It achieved a 38 percent increase in fuel economy over the production vehicle on a modified urban test cycle. Additional highlights of the Challenge X vehicles include: - Plug-in Hybrid - The University of California at Davis is the only team to use plug-in hybrid technology for the energy source for its Challenge X vehicle. - Biodiesel Fuel Source - Twelve teams used biodiesel fuel (B20). - Hydrogen Fuel Cell - The University of Waterloo has a dedicated hydrogen fuel cell for its primary propulsion source, and as a result, its vehicle emits zero emissions from the tailpipe. - Hydrogen Fuel Source - Pennsylvania State University, Texas Tech University and the University of Tulsa used hydrogen as a supplementary or secondary propulsion source. Penn State injected hydrogen into its vehicle's diesel engine as an emissions abatement strategy. - Belt Alternator/Starter Technology - Five teams, including Ohio State University and Virginia Tech, used belt alternator/starter technology for an electric performance assist in their vehicles. - Ultracapacitors - West Virginia University and the University of Akron used ultracapacitors to source high levels of power for short periods of time and recapture energy from braking. Produced for General Motors
9 Feb 2009
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Part 2 of 2. A mechanic becomes addicted to smoking the exhaust from his car's tailpipe.
5 May 2008
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2007-hyundai-elantra.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2007 Hyundai Elantra we are going to install part number 24795 from Draw-Tite. This will also apply to Hidden Hitch part number 60872. First off I will go ahead and show you where the hitch mounts up onto the frame. Its going to be easy to install, it mounts up to the existing weld nuts on the side of the frame. :17 Looking at the drivers side frame rail, there are two existing holes. Since they are out in the elements you may want to take some time out to clean out the threads. Run it in a few threads then back it off. With older vehicles you may have to run a thread tap. We will go ahead and do that on all four bolt holes, just clean it out and get it ready. :34 Next we will go ahead and get these tabs lose in the trim. On this model here we are actually going to have cut off this trim tab right here, the supports are going to push out of the way when the hitch goes in place. Next go ahead and spray down the rubber hanger with some lubricant, and we will pull that off. We can go ahead and start raising the hitch into position. What we are going to do is actually put in the passenger side first, pull the tailpipe down, and work the hitch in and then go back over the the drivers side and put it up into position. 1:03
21 Oct 2010
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Ford announced a recall today of 37,400 trucks. The reason was flames shot out of the tailpipes. Not sure how that actually slipped by quality control.
24 Aug 2008
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race hook norton for sale:landrover racing if i had land I would have a mix of this and davidsfarm :) listen to the music from the tailpipe, sounds great Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Nov 2009
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-hitch-install-2009-honda-odyssey-V82400.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number V82400, from Valley, a Class III receiver hitch, and we are going to install this on a 2009 Honda Odyssey. First we will show you where the hitch installs, starting on the drivers side frame rail: this threaded hole here, this threaded hole, and this hole right here. We will pull our hardware from the inside out. Going to the passengers side, above the exhaust here, it is going to use this threaded hole, this threaded hole, and then that is all it is going to use on the passengers side. There is an extra hole on the frame of the hitch for manufacturing purposes, but it is not going to be used. OK, the first thing we will do is go ahead and lower the exhaust down here. What we will do is we will take off this rubber hanger right here and lube it down first - it makes it a little easier to pull off. The next step you want to do is inspect the threaded holes in the frame itself. What you want to do is spray them down a little bit, put a wire brush in there and try to scrape out some of the threads. And then run a bolt in and out a few times before you put the hitch up. In this case, it is virtually a new vehicle, and it is actually in very nice condition, so we will not have to worry about that today. At this point we can go ahead and start installing the hitch, hanging the passengers side on the tailpipe itself to support that while you do the drivers side first, installing the bolts. Again, this is the whole that is used for manufacturing purposes, and it is not used on the install. All right, next we will go ahead and install our hardware in this hole here. We will use the access hole farther up in the frame and back through. Pop that inside and down through. Now we have got everything started. You might have a little bit of movement. Take a second to keep it as centered as possible and then go ahead and snug down the bolts. OK, at this point we can go ahead and torque down the bolts, as specified in the instructions. At this point we can go ahead and reinstall our exhaust hanger. OK, and with that, that finishes our install of part number V82400 from Valley.
21 Oct 2010
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Part 1 of 2. A mechanic becomes addicted to smoking the exhaust from his car's tailpipe.
5 May 2008
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7 Dec 2011
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