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Auto Bearing

Ball Bearings

Since it first supplied ball bearings to the Japanese market in 1916, NSK has broadened its range and contributed to all different fields of industry. In particular, the company focused on and moved into the automotive products arena at an early stage. Placing an emphasis on performance and product quality, the company's business developed in tandem with the automobile industry.

Even now NSK is without rivals, supporting automobiles in their three crucial functions: “Running, Turning and Stopping”, thanks to its broad product range.

NSK automotive products are now a globally respected brand. Naturally the company supplies a wide variety of bearings, as well as automatic transmission parts and steering column, joints. Further, it also makes the electric power steering system (EPS), which is ready for the 21st century steer-by-wire technology.

NSK is always upgrading its Motion & Control technologies based on developments in the company's proprietary tribology technologies (relating to friction, wear and lubrication) and mechatronics technologies that have been built up as a result of the company's rolling bearings business. In this way NSK is able to quickly respond to the needs of its customers around the world.

Various NSK products that are incorporated into automobiles have functionality and performance characteristics that control friction and reduce energy loss. We can say that they themselves are environmentally friendly products that contribute to reduced energy and resource requirements.

Source : http://www.nsk.com

Engine Bearings

These high-performance, high-quality engine bearings were made possible by the latest technologies, which were obtained through the dedication of Taiho to tribology, and by the integrated system that comprises material research.

Taiho's Micro grooved bearings are highly innovative, high-performance engine bearings with fine grooves provided in the bearing inner wall. These bearings break the tradition of absolute flatness in bearings.

Source : http://www.taihonet.co.jp

Auto Bearing - Ball Bearings & Engine Bearings

Auto Filter

Having your oil and oil filter changed, at least as often as recommended by the manufacturer, is likely to generate the single biggest return on your routine-maintenance investment. Replacing the dirty oil and filter will help protect the internal parts of the engine from premature wear. It's important to use the recommended grade of oil for your vehicle for the best protection and fuel mileage. See your vehicle owner's manual for the recommended oil change interval, or follow the oil-life monitoring system, if equipped.

Auto Filter

Auto Meters

Auto Meters

Brakes

There are numerous types of brake pads, depending on the intended use of the vehicle, from very soft and aggressive (such as racing applications) and harder, more durable and less aggressive compounds. Most vehicle manufacturers recommend a specific kind of brake pad for their vehicle, but compounds can be changed (by either buying a different make of pad or upgrading to a performance pad in a manufacturer's range) according to personal tastes and driving styles. Care must always be taken when fitting non-standard brake pads, as operating temperature ranges may vary, such as performance pads not braking efficiently when cold or standard pads fading under hard driving. In cars that suffer from excessive brake fade, the problem can be minimized by installing better quality and more aggressive brake pads.

Brake pad materials range from asbestos to organic or semi-metallic formulations. Each of these materials has proven to have advantages and disadvantages regarding environmental friendliness, wear, noise, and stopping capability. Semi-metallic pads provide strength and conduct heat away from rotors but also generate noise and are abrasive enough to increase rotor wear.

Brakes

Car Glass Mirrors

Car Glass Mirrors

Clutches Parts

clutch is a mechanical device that provides for the transmission of power (and therefore usually motion) from one component (the driving member) to another (the driven member) when engaged, but can be disengaged.
Clutches are used whenever the transmission of power or motion needs to be controlled either in amount or over time (e.g., electric screwdrivers limit how much torque is transmitted through use of a clutch; clutches control whether automobiles transmit engine power to the wheels).

Materials
Various materials have been used for the disc friction facings, including asbestos in the past. Modern clutches typically use a compound organic resin with copper wire facing or a ceramic material. A typical coefficient of friction used on a friction disc surface is 0.35 for organic and 0.25 for ceramic. Ceramic materials are typically used in heavy applications such as trucks carrying large loads or racing, though the harder ceramic materials increase flywheel and pressure plate wear.

EXEDY Globalparts Corporation (USA) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the EXEDY Corporation of Japan. EXEDY (Japan) was founded in 1923 and its clutch manufacturing business and prominent brand name Daikin Clutch are known throughout the world for supplying quality powertrain products. Our pursuit of perfection and the assurance of safety underlie our famed quality and reliability. Our advanced engineering and patented innovations have made us the leading OEM manufacturer in the world for Clutches and other powertrain components.

Clutches Parts

Cooling System

Benefits of using coolant

Your engine will not overheat by using water alone. However, the coolant has qualities that ensures your engine reaches optimal operating temperature quickly while maintaining a safe cooling temperature all round. The most beneficial to your car is a 50/50 water/coolant mix. Because it is difficult to actually determine the accurate mix, it is advisable to purchase premixed coolant which will not require the driver to measure water and coolant before pouring in.

"if there's too little water, the coolant won't cool the engine as easily because it's too thick as a solution. the water dilutes it so it flows freely thru the radiator. if there's too much water the heat from the engine will cause the water to evaporate causing your coolant level to go down. This may result in engine over heating."

Cooling System

Engine Parts

Proper maintenance of your engine

Keeping your car in top running condition is very important. The importance of car maintenance and oil changes is simple. Your car will not be safe or even run if you do not keep up with the maintenance. Oil changes are needed every three thousand miles to keep the engine in top running condition. If you do not change your oil when needed, eventually the oil breaks down from the heat and does not have any benefit. The engine needs to have clean oil to function properly. The oil change takes a matter of ten to fifteen minutes and does not cost that much to do.
When you have the oil changed by a professional garage, they will more than likely check all fluid levels, tie rods, springs, exhaust and tires. In a garage, they put the car on a car lift, which allows the mechanic to see the entire underside of the car. If a mechanic sees any wear on any parts, they will inform you before something more serious happens. You should have your belts checked every six months to make sure they are not frayed or loose. The fuel filter will need changing every year or two because they do become dirty and can clog up when the car is running, cutting off gas to the engine.

You never want to be stranded anywhere because your car broke down because of poor maintenance. Tie rods do get old and can break at the most inappropriate time. Once this happens, you will have no control over the steering of your car. Tires that have bald spots can cause a blowout on a highway, which can create a potentially dangerous situation. Battery cables can corrode, water pumps can show signs of leaking or brakes can start rubbing and grinding. You need to use good judgment when you own a car.

Making sure your car is in top running condition is all a part of owning a car. Check the oil every other week or so to make sure the oil level is not low. If you run the engine out of oil, you are going to have a car body with no working engine. You might have to add a little oil from time to time between oil changes. If you see oil spots where you park, it is time to have the engine checked right away to find out why. Keep up the maintenance on you car and it should last for years.

Engine Parts

Shock Absorbers

In a vehicle, shock absorbers reduce the effect of traveling over rough ground, leading to improved ride quality and increase in comfort. While shock absorbers serve the purpose of limiting excessive suspension movement, their intended sole purpose is to dampen spring oscillations. Shock absorbers use valving of oil and gasses to absorb excess energy from the springs. Spring rates are chosen by the manufacturer based on the weight of the vehicle, loaded and unloaded. Some people use shocks to modify spring rates but this is not the correct use. Along with hysteresis in the tire itself, they dampen the energy stored in the motion of the unsprung weight up and down. Effective wheel bounce damping may require tuning shocks to an optimal resistance.

Spring-based shock absorbers commonly use coil springs or leaf springs, though torsion bars are used in torsional shocks as well. Ideal springs alone, however, are not shock absorbers, as springs only store and do not dissipate or absorb energy. Vehicles typically employ both hydraulic shock absorbers and springs or torsion bars. In this combination, "shock absorber" refers specifically to the hydraulic piston that absorbs and dissipates vibration.

Shock Absorbers

Transmission Parts

Transmission Parts

Tank Parts

Fuel injection is a system for admitting fuel into an internal combustion engine. It has become the primary fuel delivery system used inautomotive engines, having replaced carburetors during the 1980s and 1990s. A variety of injection systems have existed since the earliest usage of the internal combustion engine.
The primary difference between carburetors and fuel injection is that fuel injection atomizes the fuel by forcibly pumping it through a small nozzle under high pressure, while a carburetor relies on suction created by intake air rushing through a venturi to draw the fuel into the airstream.

Modern fuel injection systems are designed specifically for the type of fuel being used. Some systems are designed for multiple grades of fuel (using sensors to adapt the tuning for the fuel currently used). Most fuel injection systems are for gasoline or diesel applications.

Tank Parts

Wheel Tire Parts

Wheel Tire Parts

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