The latest version of Parts Pro’s electronic catalog is available in DVD format from your local Parts Pro retailer. Just click on “Locations” to find the Parts Pro retailer closest to you.
The Parts Pro catalog is jam packed with over 8,500 of the most popular performance parts and accessories for street and high performance cars, trucks, and sport compact vehicles. This new catalog format has given us the ability to include point-and-click resources and media to better help you to learn more than ever about the products that we can provide for your next project. These resources include:
- Product videos
- Installation instructions
- Dyno charts and other performance information
- Detailed product images
- Sound bites
- Much more!
This new electronic format is the most complete and feature-rich catalog experience available in the high-performance automotive industry. By providing this catalog in this format, it also allows us to update it much more often, making it the most up-to-date catalog experience as well.
If you haven’t had a chance to pick up your DVD version from your Parts Pro retailer yet, you can
Click here to view the Parts Pro Electronic Catalog online
Optimize your Electronic Catalog Experience
Once you’ve picked up the DVD version of the catalog, you should install it on your computer to allow it to run at its best and maximize the built-in multi-media features.
For Windows-based PC’s, insert the catalog DVD into your computer’s DVD drive and follow these steps:
- The catalog will autoplay the disk contents. Go ahead and close the catalog.
- Go to “My Computer.”
- Right click on the icon for the drive that the disk is currently in, the disk should be showing up as “publication.”
- When you right click on the icon a new menu will appear, click on the “copy” link.
- Now go to your computer desktop and right click anywhere on the desktop, when you right click on the desktop a new menu will appear, click on the “paste” link.
- The transfer will take a couple of minutes.
- Once the transfer is complete, the catalog is on your hard drive. You can double-click on the folder “publication” and a new window will open.
- To open the catalog, use the flash file (the file with the .flv suffix and the red “F” icon) entitled “Offline” to open the catalog.
- That’s it! Now you can browse the catalog at its optimum speed. The more you use the catalog, the faster it will perform as your computer caches pages in memory.