Actor Paul Walker, 40, died Saturday afternoon in a car crash that occurred in Santa Clarita, CA, north of Los Angeles. The death has been confirmed on Walker’s own Facebook page with the following message:
It is with a truly heavy heart that we must confirm that Paul Walker passed away today in a tragic car accident while attending a charity event for his organization Reach Out Worldwide. He was a passenger in a friend’s car, in which both lost their lives. We appreciate your patience as we too are stunned and saddened beyond belief by this news. Thank you for keeping his family and friends in your prayers during this very difficult time. We will do our best to keep you apprised on where to send condolences. – #TeamPW
Reports say the car Walker was riding in hit either a post or a tree before bursting into flames. The driver, who has not yet been identified, was also reportedly killed.
Walker, who had appeared in some 32 films throughout his 27-year career, is most well known for starring inThe Fast and the Furious franchise of films as the character Brian O’Connor opposite Dominic Torreto, played by Vin Diesel. The two can be seen together in the above image that was taken earlier this year while they were promoting the release of Fast & Furious 6. The series’ seventh film is scheduled to be released in 2014, and Walker himself had previously been reported as saying the studio had already guaranteed an eighth film. Sadly, the future of the franchise without Walker involved is unknown.
Our condolences go out to Walker’s family and friends, as well as those of the driver.
Besides the expensive MPH products from Takata (Japan) Fullcartuning also offers the new and nicer priced high-quality Street, Drift and Race harnesses from Takata (Germany).
Takata Racing Harnesses are FIA certified, and are used in competition motorsports throughout the globe, including but not limited to: American Le Mans, JGTC, and F1. The signature Takata green color is an unmistakable symbol of quality!
These EK rear lips look very very much alike, but there are some very very small differences (besides the color of course).
In the picture above the left Civic has mounted a CTR rear lip, the right Civic has the Type R rear bumper lip.
The picter below will show you the Honda Civic EK 3-doors hatchback 96-00 Pu Design CTR style rear lip and the Type R style rear bumper lip. Look closely at the lines of the lips, left the CTR has strong and sharp lines, as for the Type R on the right the lines are smoot and more round.
Wich one do you prefer most ?
The carbon clostet in the Fullcartuning showroom has been refilled with some nice new items like these thin S2000 ForceWerkz Side skirts and the J’s Racing Style Power Chamber Air Intake but als the Carbon Accu And Fuse Cover for the 350Z.
Awesome new PU Design front lip for the Mitsubishi Evo 8, the Do Luck style.
Clean design, all mounting hardware included, plug and play. It’s polyurethane so play hard
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Discounts up to 80% off the retail prices. We update our sale regularly, so keep checking it for the latest deals.
All clearance items are in stock, but stock is limited. When it’s gone….IT’S GONE.
Sale runs until December 31st, so make sure you buy your parts cheap before stock runs out.
The End of Year Sale is divided into 4 categories:
Gauges – Shift knob – Steering wheels – Quick release – Steering hub
Head Lights – Tail lights – Fog Lights – Bumpers – Eye lids – Bumper lips – Grills – Mirrors – Spoilers – Side skirts – Fenders – Canards – Hoods
Headers – Strut bars – Exhaust systems – Oil – Cooling parts – Engine dress-up – Camber kits – Brakes – Filters
Wheels – Wheel nuts – Tires