Maxzillian
Maxzillian
Maxzillian
5/07/21 10:12AM
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My biggest beef with this sort of stuff: It relies on tools and/or systems that can ultimately be rendered inoperable by the manufacturer whenever they see fit. Read more

3/11/21 3:58PM
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This is why I personally refer to a lot of modern AWD systems as Rear Wheel Assist (RWA). They’re really not designed to handle constant engagement and are only intended for limited duty cycle and, in some cases, torque.

3/04/21 10:22AM
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I think I’d call that a “soft” landing in the sense that at least the rocket was still largely upright and didn’t immediately disassemble itself. That said, it still landed hard enough to bounce. Read more

12/21/20 3:29PM
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A Fusion uses electric fans so that’s not so much an issue, but the snow blocking all airflow is. Read more

6/04/20 11:06AM
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If someone would have suggested to use these wheels on a Blazer I think I would have initially shrugged them off. I have to say I’m really impressed with how they look on it.

5/28/20 11:12AM
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If this slide show BS becomes the new norm, you can bet your bacon I won’t be visiting this site any longer. Hating the lost ad revenue due to ad blockers? Don’t make the ads so damn obtrusive.

4/09/20 9:57AM
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Car Owners: I hate how everything is going to screens.

3/25/20 1:16PM
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Because generally when you’re speaking of Kansas City, you’re really referring to KCMO. Read more

3/18/20 3:23PM
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A: You’re comparing peak torque figures, the shape very much matters although it would appear the 1.2L is probably better across the board.

B: Horsepower very much matters. You could have 162 ft-lbs at 1000 RPM, but it’s not as usable as the same torque at 2500 RPM. This is why we measure horsepower.

Taken to an Read more

3/11/20 12:48PM
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There’s a whole lot more to emissions than just visible smoke. The fact you think your truck is nearly as clean as factory alludes that you really don’t understand this. Yes, rolling coal is definitely egregious, but to suggest you’re doing nothing wrong just because your truck doesn’t smoke is flawed.

I get it, diesel Read more

3/09/20 11:44AM
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Ah, I get you. I had assumed you were still referring to some sort of combustion engine.

3/06/20 9:11AM
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It’s pretty unusual for industrial equipment to run three carburetors.

3/05/20 11:25AM
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Is there law that legally binds them to be responsible for preventing unsafe dickery? Read more

3/05/20 10:46AM
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Neutral: I always thought there was ample deterrent in voiding someone’s warranty that this was really a non-issue. People have always been free to dick with their equipment, the caveat is that such dickery may void the warranty. Read more

2/14/20 2:36PM
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That’s a round about? It’s constructed and marked like some nimrod put a garden in the middle of an intersection.