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2009 SEMA Show Coverage


Held each year in Las Vegas, Nevada, the SEMA Show is an industry event for the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association.

Tuners and parts suppliers from across the industry and even from the realm of motorsports come to show off their wares, usually displayed on some sort of eye-catching highly-modified vehicle - be it a muscle car, hot rod or sport compact car.

And let's not forget the increasing presence of mainstream manufacturers like Hyundai, Scion, Honda, Ford, Chevrolet, Cadillac, Chrysler and Dodge. Major areas of interest at SEMA include Racing and Performance, Wheels and Tires, as well as Trucks, SUVs and Off-Road vehicles.

For more check out AutoGuide's live SEMA Show coverage here!
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hello all

i am new to this sight....i own a 2004 f-250 turbo diesel with 14000 miles...i recently had the egr valve replaced and the turbo cleaned. i have just been informed about the new low sulfur fuel out there and was wondering if i should be using an additive, and if so which one....standydine jr or what.....please help i dont know much about diesels.....but i love mine...
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hello all

i am new to this sight....i own a 2004 f-250 turbo diesel with 14000 miles...i recently had the egr valve replaced and the turbo cleaned. i have just been informed about the new low sulfur fuel out there and was wondering if i should be using an additive, and if so which one....standydine jr or what.....please help i dont know much about diesels.....but i love mine...
thanks
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Mike, post that same question in here:http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/gen...0l-discussion/

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