Tag Archives: Mazda3

2010 and up Mazda 3 HVAC knobs are sold out. But more are coming

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Just a quick note that the HVAC knobs for the 2010 and up Mazda 3 are sold out and on back order. We have more coming by the end of February.

If you are interested in being notified of when they arrive, either add a comment below or shoot me a message at David at mazda3carpet.com.

2010 and up Mazda 3 climate control knobs

No matter how great a car is, as enthusiasts we are always looking for a way to make our rides better and unique. After some thinking I came up with three classification of modifications one can perform on their cars.

The first classification are modifications we perform that may look good, but make the car worse (eg lowering your Mazda 3 without swapping out struts). The second classification, may look awful, but do offer some sort of sensible function (eg universal floor mats, mud flaps). Continue reading

Equal length headers for my Project Mazda3

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If you have been a reader of this blog, you may have heard me mention Glenn Camilleri and Cam Tech Auto in Mississauga (just west of Toronto). Glenn has been a life long friend and cohort on all my project cars and trucks. Continue reading

Mazda3 (Axela) Sport 20S-SKYACTIV

The Mazda Axela, known as the Mazda3 in other markets, also made an appearance in Tokyo in January, sporting unique aero parts and custom BBS wheels.  Parts that have been modified on the Axela Sport 20S-SKYACTIV include the front air dam, side skirts, rear bumper, and roof spoiler. The interior is also unique to the show car, with a black leather upholstery and piano black-finished center console and instrument cluster hood. Continue reading

What does Tuning a Mazda3 in China Look Like?

“A tuning car in perfect harmony with its surrounds with a mean looking exterior and surprisingly sweet interior.”

Parked on an ice-cold street of Hebei Province, this modified Mazda 3 sedan adorned with gold wings, an F1-style front spoiler and mock-racing livery looks ready to rumble and cut through the dirty snow.At the back we have the obligatory over-sized wing and partially blacked out lights (race cars don’t need lights), which fails to stir any emotion in the elderly passerby; but it’s on the inside where things get interesting. Continue reading

New Book References Mazda3carpet.com

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In the second edition of her popular book, “Does This Blog Site Make My Wallet Look Fat?”, Sandra De Freitas writes about how Mazda6carpet.com and Mazda3carpet.com uses WordPress and several premium plugins to operate a smooth operating and secure website for it’s customers.

About Sandra

Sandra De Freitas is a top tech coach, speaker, trainer, author and expert in internet technology. She is the founder of WPBlogsites.com and TechCoachForCoaches.com, two successful coaching, consulting and training firms. In 2008 she authored the book “Does This Blogsite Make My Wallet Look Fat? How to use a WordPress Blogsite to make money, attract clients and gain expert celebrity status”.

Sandra specializes in WordPress blogsites and extending their functionality with exceptional WordPress plugins such as WishList Member. Sandra is WishList Member Certified. Her technology expertise is second only to her wicked sense of humour and contagious enthusiasm. Have you ever attended an event with Sandra? If so, then it won’t surprise you why Sandra likes to think of herself as a professional class clown.

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