Next time, you don’t need to balance both. Check the intake first, check the exhaust, then go recheck the intake as you can get some movement.
The two-valve motors are pretty easy to do an adjustment on. It is much easier to do them with the motor pulled, and even more so with the heads removed as I did this last winter. For a good tight race valve spec on a two valve you can aim for about .004" on the openers and basically .000" on the closers. However, you… Read more
And here I am waiting for the snow to melt so I can get my Jerez Black 2009 E92 6MT out and enjoy that glorious V8 again.
Cash on hand per the books (especially in apple’s case) does not equal Dry powder. No one will touch TSLA at its current valuation metrics which are still insane.
Something, something, BMW S65 rod bearings. . . .
Good luck finding 10w-60 in a “cheap” variant.
you mean accidenture?
Could get a pretty mint craigslist 280z for that kind of money.
Used to experience death wobble on a regular basis in my ‘96 ZJ. First time I shit my pants, after that its kinda - “oh this again - ease on the brakes.” Replacing the ball joints solved it for me.
Just waiting on the C7 ZR1 to be revealed.
I drove to work this morning and in the office garage someone drove their Hellcat. We are supposed to get 10" of snow here this afternoon. Whoever drives it is my hero.
Lets not be stupid here . . .
Depends on your degree. Accounting, finance, nursing, med, & STEM? absolutely. Garbage and liberal arts degrees? Nope.
Can I star this 50x ? Plus if you buy a car you have a hard asset with a well known fair value against the loan not some “intangible” degree.
I was watching the live feed in disbelief before getting on my flight home at CDG.
The SCUD, in black, with the grey stripe. I was a valet in my sophomore year of college. It was everything I had hoped it would be and then some. (Disclaimer: obviously not a photo of the exact car I drove, that photo was taken many, many, destroyed cell phones ago).