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QUARK STRANGENESS AND CHARM

Fresh from MOMO for 2015 is the Quark steering wheel complete with striking blue leather inserts. The sculpted rim has been ergonomically designed for both comfort and optimum grip and offers the perfect driving experience, says the manufacturer.

The wheel is ideal for both on- and off-road use and makes a perfect upgrade and naturally the Quark steering wheel is produced from the finest materials to achieve a unique design and style.

Its features include a polyurethane rim with leather inserts and the iconic ‘MOMO-Italy’ horn push-button and retails at £128.99 inc VAT and can be fitted to most vehicles using a More >

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TESTING TIMES FOR AT POWER!

In addition to their range of throttle bodies, Norfolk-based, AT Power also produces a range of pumps and they have now developed their own in-house test unit, which is used for end of line product testing and new product development.

To ensure that they meet the highest standards possible, they test each pump and provide the customer with a unique datasheet specific to the item’s serial number. This means that as soon as the pump is removed from its packaging, you can be confident that it is ready to be fitted and will perform to the maximum.

AT keeps an archive of More >

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MEET LANDSAIL TYRES

As the Sentury Tyres-owned, Landsail brand reaches its fifth anniversary, the accelerated investment in engineering, production capabability, and R&D has led to continuous improvement in the quality of their tyres across the whole range.

Landsail Tyres aren’t just another Chinese tyre, they are striving to set new benchmarks for quality and value, with the latest pioneering technology. In the key areas of profile design, tread pattern development, compound technology and tyre construction, Landsail tyres have been developed using a combination of 3D computerised simulation, track-testing, and their in-house testing laboratory to perform to the highest standards.

Produced at the Sentury Tyre factory, More >

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DRIVE ON PLATES

B-G Racing’s new Turn Plates are ideal for measuring castor, camber and kingpin inclination angles and can be placed directly on top of scale pads.

The plates are constructed from lightweight aluminium and feature steel ball bearings to ensure they are free-floating and do not bind. They provide up to 25 degrees of rotation and come with a laser-etched dial that can be zeroed when a vehicle is on the Turn Plates.

The plates have an RRP of £599.99 inc VAT with more details from Brown & Geeson Ltd on 01268 764 411 or via www.bg-racing.co.uk ENDS.

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COMFY ARMCHAIR

Leading seat manufacturer, Cobra, has released its latest all-new seat onto the fast-road and trackday market. This latest composite offering is called the Nogaro, which has been designed from a clean sheet of paper to appeal to owners of a wide variety of sports, classic and GT cars.

The seat is designed to be as much at home on the school run, as it is on the Nordschleife and despite being very supportive, the design has also been carefully balanced to ensure long distance touring comfort and easy entry and egress.

To this end, the seat shell has been sculpted to hold More >

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A DEADLY COMBINATION

A new addition to the Laser Tools range is this 12-piece, extra-long combination spanner set (part number 5752). It features a combination open-ended and ring, this metric set is extra-long to get into tight spaces and offer extra leverage when necessary.

It’s manufactured from polished chrome vanadium, the spanners are supplied in a handy pouch that can be either rolled up or mounted on the wall. Sizes and lengths are: 8mm x 150mm, 9mm x 175mm, 10mm x 180mm, 11mm x 205mm, 12mm x 229mm, 13mm x 229mm, 14mm x 254mm, 15mm x 280mm, 16mm x 280mm, 17mm x 305mm, 18mm More >

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FEEL THE POWER

A conventional PowerPack traditionally contains a standard lead acid battery, which makes the units big and heavy. However, new technology is being harnessed to provide smaller, yet equally powerful units.

Ring’s new RPP900 Lithium ion PowerPack is capable of jump-starting cars and light commercial vehicles, with the advantage of being compact in size and lightweight.

Suitable for vehicles with a petrol engine size up to 2-litre, Ring’s hand-held Lithium PowerPack provides a source of power for emergency starts or breakdown assistance. Its high power 2.1A USB socket means it with also recharge mobile phones, tablet devices and other portable electronic devices.

Tested in More >

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TART-UP FOR SCOOBY

New from Samco Sport and their silicone hose range is a kit for the Subaru SF5 turbocharged engine (1991-2001), which wears part number TCS568/c and has an RRP of £77.84 inc VAT and in addition to the most popular blue, it is available in 18 other colours.

The product is available from Samco agent, Roger Clark Motorsport via www.rogerclarkmotorsport.co.uk or 01455 610 728 ENDS.

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VERSATILE PERFORMER

We’ve been using Gibbs® Brand maintenance spray in the totalkitcar/tkc mag workshop for several years now and it really is a superb product that really does what it says on the label.

Created back in 1969 in America, by engineer, Paul Gibbs, his eponymous spray is a penetrant that has a multitude of uses for automotive, marine, motorcycle and around the house. It is more expensive than some others but it does a lot more, and does them effectively, too.

Another thing that sets it apart from most competitors is that it doesn’t contain any nasty chemicals and it is also the first More >

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FAIR DINKUM MATE

With the weather cold and horrible (in my part of England, anyway), Anthony Cherry, boss of Bertini Cars, has been on with news of his new range of Bertini Racewear that has kicked off with a fetching and nice quality t-shirt, available in a range of sizes at £14.99 with free postage…

Oh, in case you were wondering, the beautifully sunny photos of a happy chap in said t-shirt looning about on a beach, was taken this week. It might surprise you to know that it wasn’t Skegness, or indeed Aylesbury,  though, rather than somewhere in gloriously warm and sumptuously sunny, More >