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2009 Saturn Vue XR Walk-Around Key-Less start

20" Chrome American Racing rims. Nitto 420's Low Pro Pioneer Avic-Z2 Everything else is stock. 3700 Miles


 


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2009 Saturn Vue XR
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Flowmaster Force II's vs Flowmaster Super 44's
I had ForceII's on my 1990 LX when I bought it. Wanted more sound so I bought a Super44 setup with 2.5" polished tips. Mods: BBK Fender filter, MSd coil, MSD Distributor, BBK shorties, BBK 2.5" O/R H-Pipe, B&M Ripper shifter and 2007K miles on the clock. The engine runs just as good as it does from day one! I am the second owner, bought two years ago from an elder lady.





2008 Saturn Vue XR AWD, Buckley, WA
VERY RARE and IMMACULATE AWD Saturn VUE that is LOADED with LUXURY features. The LEATHER HEATED Seats make those chilly mornings a little more bearable and LUMBAR support will SOOTHE any back ache after a day at the GOLF Course. The AM/FM/CD Stereo with iPod Connectivity keeps all 5 passengers well ENTERTAINED while the 3.6L V6 and 6spd Automatic transmission gives you TONS of Highway Passing Power while still achieving 22+ MPG on the Freeway. YOU HAVE TO COME DRIVE THIS VUE





2008 Saturn Vue Redine Hometown Motors of Wausau Used Cars
Contact us at 715-675-1000 or go to http://www.hometownwausau.com!! Service Department Now Open!! $19.95 Oil Change!! Easy on the spot financing! Deal direct with the owner! No high pressure sales tactics! Visit our website to view video of this vehicle. http://www.hometownwausau.com





NA 426 Hemi Jeep SRT8 racing
lchevere Fayetteville, NC POWER PORTED PERFORMANCE Hemi 7.0L 426ci Stroker Short Block, Heads, CAMS, and Intake Manifold. Precision Industries Torque Converter 90 MM Arrington throttle body Cast BWoody Performance 4" CAI 42lb Siemens injectors Stainless Works Headers w/1.750 D shaped primary tubes w/cats Borla S Exhaust Eibachs Lowering Springs Vredestein SUV Sessanta 315/35/20 & 275/40/20 Hawk Hps & R1 Concepts CrossDrilled / Slotted Rotors





07 Vue December Update / 0-60
This car has been getting terrible gas mileage for about a year now, last week it only got me 15 MPG which led me to take apart the air box and do an experiment, and that led up to installing a cone filter on the intake instead of using the airbox which seems to help a small bit. Spark plugs have been recently changed, oil too, and gas mileage hasn't improved one bit. Driving habits are not the issue. This thing is supposed to get 19-25 MPG and I want to see at least 21 average MPG, but something is wrong and not allowing that.





Saturn Sky Redline w/ 3" Magnaflow Exhaust
Just got the 3" Magnaflow Cat Back Exhaust installed. Noticed more horsepower like Night and Day. Sounds AWESOME.





Programming RKE Module
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Super Charged Saturn Vue
2.2L Supercharged Colbolt motor in a Vue....... Fast as hell!!!!!!





2004 Audi A8 3.0 TDI Quattro Tiptronic Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
For more in depth reviews check my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/avtomobil... Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice The full-size luxury-car segment is a ship constantly steered by a new captain. Indeed, whenever one of the usual suspects—Mercedes, BMW, Jaguar, or Audi—releases a new model, it seems the current favorite then drops to second place. The BMW 7-series recently pulled off this feat, topping the previous gold standard, the Mercedes-Benz S550, in a comparison test. The Porsche Panamera then swooped in to knock off the Bimmer. (Granted, the Panamera is a bit of an outlier, given that its five-door body doesn't fit the traditions of the segment.) Now the 2011 Audi A8 looks like a strong contender to be the next to sit in the captain's chair. One Engine Now, Others Coming The 2011 A8 goes on sale this fall at a starting price of about $90,000. The A8 will be available here with just one engine when it launches: the long-lived direct-injection, 4.2-liter DOHC V-8. As installed in this third-generation A8, the V-8 gains 22 hp and 4 lb-ft of torque over its previous iteration, with output now totaling 372 hp and 328 lb-ft. The horsepower figure is just enough to make it the least powerful in the segment, ceding eight ponies to the Lexus LS460 and 10 to the S550. Audi says the A8 returns 13-percent-better fuel economy than does its predecessor, which translates roughly to 18 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway for the new car. Have no fear, power brokers: There will be other engines available in the coming years. Audi has confirmed there will be a W-12 model as well as a new S8, although the Lamborghini-derived V-10 that powers the last S8 will be replaced by a smaller and lighter engine equipped with forced induction. It's rumored that a new 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 will get the job.Another possible engine in the A8's future is the 3.0-liter V-6 turbo-diesel that's available at launch in Europe. We had a chance to sample it in southern Spain, and if you don't think the diesel's 250 hp is enough to power the 4400-pound luxury sedan, allow us to point out its 406 lb-ft of torque. If that's not enough to keep you from scoffing, perhaps highway mileage in the 30-mpg range will help. The diesel feels peppy thanks, to the smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission, which is perfectly calibrated to keep the engine in the juicy part of the torque plateau. It isn't as quick as the gasoline V-8, but the smaller diesel would be more than enough for most drivers. Unmistakably an Audi, the A8 Is Light on Its Feet From the outside, the 2011 A8 is clearly cut from four-ringed cloth. The tail almost completely mimics the rear of the latest A4, and the corporate grille is in full effect, even if it has grown from a goatee into more of a mini-beard. All four corners share a similar squared-off element, and the front quarters, if analyzed closely, hint at the upcoming Bentley Mulsanne (some interoffice cribbing, maybe?). The LED headlamps are distinctive and can vary the depth of their beams based on the proximity of oncoming traffic. Wheel sizes range from 17 inches to 20.All A8 models get that ZF-supplied eight-speed automatic transmission, which really breathes new life into the old 4.2, and all have manumatic shifting and paddles on the steering wheel. We estimate the A8 will scoot to 60 mph in the mid-five-second range—middle of the pack in terms of acceleration. But what it lacks in outright speed, the A8 makes up for in sporting demeanor. That demeanor comes in part from the fitment of the high-tech bits that are optional on lesser models as part of Audi "drive select" packages. Standard on the A8 are adjustable shocks, variable-rate air springs, variable-ratio steering, and most notably, the torque-vectoring rear differential found in the S4 and S5. (Options packaging for the U.S. hasn't been completely finalized. A "more dynamic" adjustable air suspension is part of a Sport package on the current car, but given the new car's standard chassis hardware, we expect that if such a package were to be offered, it would encompass only wheels and aesthetic tweaks.)The trick diff helps curb the effects of that longtime bane of Audi dynamics, weight distribution. Audi engines have traditionally been bolted well ahead of the front axle, a front-heavy setup that contributes to predominant, if predictable, understeer. The engine location is no different in the '11 A8, but the sport differential eliminates the push and turns the car into a neutral road carver. Like the latest 7-series, the A8 drives smaller than its length (202.2 inches) suggests, and the variable-rate steering transmits a good amount of information from the tires. Our largest dynamic complaint concerns the brake pedal, which is mushy in its first couple of inches of travel. That could be attributable to the early production models we drove, so we'll wait until we test one to see if things are tightened up.





How to change the oil in a saturn.
* * * PLEASE READ * * * In this video I show how to drain and refill the engine oil as well as replace the engine oil filter. The car in the video is a 2007 ion with a 2.2L inline 4-cylinder engine. The engine holds 5 quarts of oil. The owners manual recommends a torque of no more than 18ft.-lbs to hold the filter in place. The owners manual also says to reset the oil life meter after an oil change by first turning the key to the on position. Then, press the button on the trip meter until it reads 'oil life'. Hold the button until it beeps 5 times. That should reset it. I am not responsible for anything. For more visit krkvideos.mezoka.com





2006 Impala LTZ on 22's
2006 Impala LTZ on 22's. The wheels are Akuza Belles and the Tires are Falken Low Pros (245/30/ZR22). I am only 20 years old and sittin this clean, I love it! Stay tuned for more videos and updates on the Pala!





VID 00000-20100113-1724.3GP
Saturn Vue with Flow masters, air fuel gage, flip out dvd player, volts gauge cold air intake, 19" Diablo's What do you think...?




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