Engine Parts "R" Us Introduces Multi-Port Fuel Injectors

Santa Clara, CA (PressExposure) April 24, 2009 -- Engine Parts "R" Us is the leading Auto Engine parts Warehouse and Automotive Accessories supplier across the world. Today, it announced the release of multi-port fuel injectors in domestic and foreign marketplace. The company offers multi-port fuel injectors for various brands namely Dodge, Volvo, Ford, Toyota, Mazda, Nissan, etc.

Engine Parts "R" Us is known in the market for offering wide variety of car and auto parts. Multi Port Fuel Injection or MPFI for instance, is the most efficient type of fuel injection system with a perfect blend of emissions compliance, economy, drivability and reliability. The MPFI systems are capable of powering high horsepower revolution applications and standard daily driver. With Engine Parts “R”, the customers are satisfied as we check our feedback for maintaining high level of customer satisfaction.

About Engine Parts "R" Us

Engine Parts “R” Us is the leading Auto Engine parts Warehouse and Automotive Accessories suppliers in both domestic and foreign market. We help you to search hard to find parts for your cars and trucks like OEM parts, aftermarket and performance parts. By partnering with our dealer network across the world, we offer wide variety of brand name for all the makes of cars and trucks. More information is available at http://www.enginepartsrus.com

About Engine Partsr US

Engine Parts “R” Us is the leading Auto Engine parts Warehouse and Automotive Accessories suppliers [http://www.enginepartsrus.com/] in both domestic and foreign market. We help you to search hard to find parts for your cars and trucks like OEM parts, aftermarket and performance parts. By partnering with our dealer network across the world, we offer wide variety of brand name for all the makes of cars and trucks. More information is available at http://www.enginepartsrus.com

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Press Release Submitted On: April 23, 2009 at 2:56 am
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