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Friday, April 16, 2010

Cleaning Black Cars


How to Clean Windows:

Instructions Things You’ll Need White vinegar Water Spray bottle Newspaper Chalkboard eraser you will Wait until nighttime. Cleaning warm windows or windows exposed to the sun may result in unexpected streaks or spots after the cleaning.

Find black and white printed newspaper.

Fill a spray bottle with 1 part white vinegar and 3 parts clean, cool...

How to Makeover a Car for Teens:

I think you will Take the car to get cleaned and detailed.

Get the full treatment for your car including wash, wax and a deep interior cleaning and If you choose to have your car detailed, the shop can buff out any scratches on the body as well.

Install seat covers.

You can make a big difference in your car by purchasing seat covers. Choose basic black or buy covers with fun...

Cleaning the Fuel Injector on a 280Z:

Instructions Things You’ll Need: Extra fuel line Pressurized solvent equipment Fuel injector solvent Helper Ratchet set .

Using a ratchet set, disconnect the fuel line that leads away from the fuel pump and Use the extra fuel line to tie it into the fuel-return line that comes back from the engine. Connect the hose from the pressurized solvent system to the end of the......

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Monday, April 12, 2010

HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT CAR FOR YOU

Your car may be the second largest purchase you make in your life. You should take your time and not let it become an impulse decision.
Before you go out browsing car dealer lots consider the following:How will I use my new car, truck or sport utility vehicle? A mini-van will fit fine in a large family but might be out of place in a singles life.
Do you go off-road a lot but still like to carry more than 1 passengers, go for the SUV.
Trucks have come along way with most comforts available in today’s truck rivaling luxury cars.
But do you really need that to carry construction equipment to the job site? If you do not go off-road, do not buy a 4 wheel drive truck.
The extra weight will only decrease gas mileage and increase maintenance costs. Afraid of the snow? Look to the variety of AWD vehicles on the market which provide excellent traction in the snow and also more economical operation. Take a serious look at your life and find the vehicle that most compliments your lifestyle.
choose your favorit Color . This is a personal preference but rational can come into play. In warmer climates, a lighter colored car will stay cooler.
Certain cars are easier to keep clean. White and black are the worst while tan, silver, and brown hide dirt quite well.
Interior options. Do you need the heated seats? Well that depends on where you live and how much winter driving you do. Leather seats can be unbearable in the summer months and generally harder to maintain. The premium sound system might be a great idea if you do, however if you only listen to talk radio then the standard system will be more than enough.
Insurance rates. Take into consideration the insurance rates before you start your car buying quest. A Honda may be significantly cheaper to insure than the Ferrari that caught your eye last week. Talk with your insurance agent to find out about how cars are classified. Sports cars generally raise premiums while family cars tend to lower them.
Who will service the vehicle? Having a dealership close by can be a blessing. If there are no dealerships nearby, buy a domestic car which most mechanics can work on. It is also important to examine the warranty offered before making a decision.I hope the few comments and suggestions above have given you some things to think about. Never rush into a new or used car purchase. Always take some time to think it over. If it helps, get out a piece of paper and write down the pros and cons of all the vehicle you are considering. Writing down this information is often all you need to get you thinking practically and on your way to making a good selection.
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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Make your car more efficient:-


It's possible to make big improvements by making minor tweaks to your vehicle.

It's estimated that someone who averages 35 miles per gallon could get 40 mpg by driving better, a near 17% saving.

Thanks to the RAC for help with the efficiency improvement data.
Keep your tyres correctly inflated. Efficiency Improvement: Up to 4%
Lower tyre pressure increases the drag on a car meaning you need more fuel, so regularly check the pressures are correct and your car needs less oomph to keep it moving. Declutter your car. Efficiency Improvement: Up to 2.5%
The lighter your car is, the less effort it needs to make to accelerate.

Therefore, by decluttering, clearing out junk from the boot, and not carrying unnecessary weight, you can make extra savings.
Take your roof rack off that's efficiency Improvement: Up to 2.5%
A roof rack, even unused, adds massive wind resistance to a car, increasing drag and making the engine work harder. So if you don't need it, take it and anything else that's inefficient off. Even closing the windows'll make the car run slightly more efficiently.
Turn off the air con. Efficiency Improvement: Up to 9%
Air conditioning also uses an incredible amount of fuel, so make sure it's turned off unless you really need it. However, if it's really hot, it can become a more effective proposition, as driving with the windows closed is more economical than having them all open, due to the extra drag it causes.

Also, don’t keep the engine running; drive off as soon as you start up and switch off the engine as soon as you reach your destination.
Don't fill it up. Efficiency Improvement: Up 1.5%
Fuel is heavy, so by filling the car up you're adding quite a weight. The less fuel your car has in it, the more efficiently it drives. Thus filling up slightly more often and putting less in (to 1/2 or 3/4 full) will make the car run more efficiently.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

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Sunday, March 21, 2010

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Saturday, March 20, 2010

U.S.A. will curb ranks of GM execs eligible for top pay


PHOENIX (Reuters) -- The U.S. pay czar will reduce the number of top General Motors Co executives who will receive base salaries of more than $500,000 this year.The czar, Kenneth Feinberg, said he plans to release the 2010 compensation decisions next week on the five large U.S. companies that are under pay restrictions as part of their government bailouts.The rules restrict the top 25 executives from receiving more than $500,000 in base cash salary unless a company can prove a good reason for the higher pay.GM is more than 60 percent owned by the U.S. Treasury after a government-funded bankruptcy and reorganization in 2009. The U.S. government also holds a small stake in Chrysler Group, which is under management control of Italy's Fiat S.p.A."In General Motors, there will be some people that the company has convinced me should be receiving compensation in excess of $500,000 in base cash salary, there will be some of them," Feinberg told reporters on the sidelines of a Society of American Business Editors and Writers conference.However, Feinberg also said that the number would be much lower than the 14 GM executives who received base salaries in excess of $500,000 in 2009."This year we have cut back," Feinberg said.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

BMW's 2010 S1000RR superbike - full details released


BMW's S1000RR 1000cc superbike might not be making big waves in World Superbike competition just yet, but today's release of photos, specifications and a hugely detailed press pack leaves us in no doubt that the new Beemer flagship will be an absolute monster on the road. A massive 193 horsepower is just the beginning - the S1000RR packs a combined ABS that's lighter and smarter than Honda's, variable intake tracts and exhaust butterflies that outdo the Yamaha and MV Agusta systems, a 4-mode variable engine mapping system that seems a lot better thought-out than Suzuki's, and a very clever traction control system that's integrated into the mind-boggling fly-by-wire engine management system in a way that seems much more logical than Ducati's. Brand new in every way, this purpose-built German superbike is set to hit showroom floors well before the end of the year.

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Friday, March 5, 2010

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