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19Jun
19Jun

Each state has its own emissions and inspection requirements. In California this is managed by the Air Resources Board (CARB for short). CARB has determined that certain aftermarket motorcycle parts are not legal for sale or highway use in the state of California. Items subject to this determination include certain exhausts, fuel controllers and other parts which might affect the emissions of a vehicle.

Cartrix has determined to the best of its ability based upon information provided by its suppliers which items are CARB approved and which items are not and an informative warning will be displayed to any customers in California attempting to purchase a non-CARB approved product.

Items which are not CARB approved may still be purchased and utilized in the state of California provided that they are not used on a public road (i.e. only used on a closed course or offroad). For more information, please refer the CARB's information page aftermarket parts.

08Jun
08Jun

The most important mod you can install on your ride is a good set of brakes. With so many accessories out there to boost horsepower and handling, one thing remains constant—your ride needs to stop every time you press the brake pedal. And, while OEM pads are great for stock rides, once you add performance mods, the factory braking system has trouble keeping up. The result is often a close call or worse. We understand the importance of a good set of brake pads when it comes to modding your car or truck. That’s why we put together this list of the top 10 brake pads that are sure to outperform your ride’s OEM pads.

08Jun
08Jun

Each time you press the brake pedal, your car’s brake rotors are squeezed tightly between two pads like a tortuous sandwich. Over time, these rotors are worn down by friction, which means every car needs to have them replaced from time to time. How often that occurs is reduced by matching the correct rotors with your car and driving style. So, we put together this guide on How to Shop for Brake Rotors in an effort to maximize your car’s braking performance and save you some dough by pointing you towards what your car needs and nothing more. Enjoy.

08Jun
08Jun

Upgrading your vehicle’s braking system can seem like a daunting task. But in reality, it’s simple when you have the brake buying guides below. If you’re stumped on which accessories to buy, our help guides will point you in the right direction. Want to bolt on a burly brake mod, but don’t know how yet? No problem, we’ve got you covered with the installation guide that will have your vehicle up and running in no time. We even have in-depth technical brake articles, which is perfect if you want to learn how brake components work.

08Jun
08Jun

A common question many drivers have when it comes time for new brakes is, “What’s the difference between ceramic vs. metallic brake pads?” While they both serve the same function, the short answer is “a lot.” For the longer answer, read on…

08Jun
08Jun

For many drivers an annoying squealing noise coming from your car’s wheels is a sure sign to swap in a new set of brake pads. But with so many choices available, deciding between ceramic vs semi-metallic or even organic brake pads all claiming to provide the best braking, can be difficult. The solution: follow this simple shopping guide.

05Jun
05Jun

Beginners Guide to Running Boards & Side Steps

24May
24May

Sustec Pro CR uses the same high quality PRO210 Springs found on the SUSTEC PRO FIVE Coilover System. These are the same springs that were used in the Reito MOLA GT-R & Keihin Real Racing HSV-010 in the JGTC GT500 Class in Japan.

24May
24May

RS-R, one of Turn 14 Distribution's newest brand additions, introduces their Sports-I coilovers for the 2015+ Subaru WRX. Designed for the performance enthusiast in mind, the RS-R Sports-I coilover system provides a comfortable ride for everyday use, yet is sufficient enough for those effervescent track days. These 36-way adjustable coilovers will lower the WRX .2"-3.1" in the front and .4"-3.5" in the rear and include upper mounts. Independent ride height and preload adjustments allow you infinite handling adjustments.

24May
24May

SPC has released a rear adjustable control arm to adjust camber on the 2011+ Scion Tc. Simply replace the rear upper control arm with this adjustable arm. This arm includes SPC's xAxis™ sealed flex joint on the outboard end and a bonded rubber bushing on the inner end to maintain factory ride characteristics.
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