We all know Lamborghini once made a giant truck/SUV, the LM002, back in the late 80s. After that was long gone, most of us assumed Lamborghini was never going to make an SUV again, yet here we are with the Lamborghini Urus, a 190mph capable SUV which can make sports cars look like theyâre standing still. Although the Urus just hit public roads, companies have already begun developing aftermarket parts for it. Vorsteiner, one of the most popular aero companies in the world, has just announced their plans for their Urus aero package!
The first time you take your Can-AM out off-roading, you will probably enjoy the open aired nature of it. As soon as a rock comes in through the bottom of the factory half doors, though, youâll probably enjoy it a little bit less. There are lots of full door options for the Can-AM which offer way more protection than the factory doors, but almost all the aftermarket doors look the same and are built from aluminum. If you want proper protection and the chance to make your Can-AM unique, you need carbon fiber doors.
This is Part 1 of 2 as we test some different exhaust systems versions on the the Mahindra Roxor. As this vehicle has come from left field to the USA, Mahindra has taken charge at the Jeep and UTV communities. For around $16,000 USD you get a 2.5L Turbo Diesel that can crawl and haul like a Jeep. A great replacement for the Polaris Ranger to do farm work, the Roxor has quickly become popular as an off-road toy. With popularity comes the aftermarket world. Vivid Racingâs VR Tuned already has one of the most popular ECU flashes available, see here â https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgZxPHMUzZU&t=1s. But now it is time to start the bolt-ons. So we are testing out a prototype Agency Power exhaust system for sound and power. This video is our first test to show what is the best exhaust setup for the Mahindra Roxor.
For nearly all Honda enthusiasts, the FK8 Civic Type R is the dream machine. Unfortunately, due to the high price, limited availability, and small back seats, the FK8 isnât feasible, forcing them to choose the Accord. In the past, the Accord was a pretty boring car, but the latest generation Accord uses nearly the same 2.0T found in the FK8, making it a good platform to build a tuner car from. If you want to reduce body roll and get rid of the massive wheel gap without installing coilovers, lowering springs are the best option.