why does 4 cylinder bikes sound cool but 4 cylinder cars sound like a shit?
What's the best handling used car below $30,000 that is also good enough to daily?
Why I will never buy a Chrysler
I know its an old engine but still
That's unfortunate. The site claims it happens to vehicles that were properly maintained but I'm still willing to bet most of the cases were caused by lack of maintenance from people dumb enough to buy a Chrysler product in the first place.
i owned a 1998 grand cherokee 5.9 limited and it was a work horse man true craftsmanship. it honestly felt like it was built with love. power lines snow storms towing vehicles trailers family get aways power heated everything.
Front wheel drive is wrong wheel drive
Front wheel drive makes sense.
Steering wheel points the wheels in the direction you wanna go, and the engine turns them.
Why would you power the wheels that aren't pointed in the right direction? You're literally wasting energy.
AW11 > BA4
There is almost no car that I like that I can reasonably afford.
the 2004 and older mustangs are to old. the 2005 - 2010 mustangs are ass. The newer camaros are ass. most imports are ass. BMWs are ass. All the WRXs and 350s are dogged on and ragged out or to old aswell.
What I really want is something 2008 and newer, has power, and is smaller. I dont like big cars, I dont like trucks, I prefer RWD and I prefer a v8.
picky sumbitch aint you? you're pricing yourself out of good cars.
2008 or newer, V8, RWD, essentially sports car.
you drop the 2008 on that I could find you something nice for a decent price. why 2008 plus? its all about the mileage and how it was cared for.
all I can say is man up and miata.
What's your favorite paint color?
I like bright colors. Medium blue and buttermilk yellow are probably my favorites.
I really like this one. Oranges and blues. Bright white is also good, but hard to keep clean, I would only get a bright white car as a 4wd because then I wouldn't have to clean it
What car is this
Hey /o/, I'm strongly considering an SN95 Mustang instead of an LS1.
How fast is a convertible with PI heads?
>Should I just build a 5.0?
>Is the time and money even worth it to complete the swap?
>Would a V6 SN95 be a better option and then do a modular swap of my choice? (4.6, 5.4... 2v, 3v, or 4v junkyard motor)
>Would an LT1 with T-Tops or Convertible be far superior and hassle free other than Optispark and Reverse cooling?
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The guy who sold me my Miata apparently did some weird air box snorkel delete, so that it just sucks in hot air from the hole in the back of the stock box, which is right next to the exhaust manifold. Wish I'd noticed it when I bought the car, but I had no frame of reference for what a normal engine bay should look like. Now I've gotta go buy an OEM snorkel, or possibly rig my own knowing that it'll never perform as well.
Anyway, post stupid shit that previous owners have done.
Does what the order itself is, count? The original buyer if grandfather's Mustang decided upon a combination of: base plastic steering wheel (deluxe was metal), no power steering, and the heaviest engine available that year. The string wheel has broken at least once, he told me.
>what is a junkyard?
p/o (or rather a mechanic the p/o used since they were total casuals) broke the pcv crankcase hose on my volvo 850 and just t'd the broken nipple off into the manifold vacuum tree for some reason with some fuel line. took a while to figure out.
Honda Odyssey Type R when?
Where could i find more scans of old japanese magazines like this?
>2003 Honda Odyssey
>3.5L V6 240 hp @ 5500 rpm, 242 ft-lbs. @ 4500 rpm
>GM 3.8L V6 3800 series 2 from 2003
>200hp @ 5200 rpm, 225 ft-lbs. @ 4000 rpm
What the hell, GM?
>comparing OHC to pushrods
At least pick a relevant engine to pick on.
4x4, AWD, FWD, or RWD which is better in the snow and Ice?
>Find a flaw