I really wish I lived in a world where Twitter didn't exist...
I run WRG4's on my STI in the winter and am quite happy with them in pretty much every condition. I have also run WRG2 and WRG3's on rwd police-Tahoes. Both of those had good all weather performance as well. Even when worn, they provided decent traction. I have also run Hakkapelita R2's on another STI that i had. It…
This seems like them being:
What a mess registration was this year. My FB wall has been filled with complaints multiple times this season both from Nats and the NJ and Toledo Pro’s. I hope to get to some national events next year and maybe nationals depending on the work schedule.
These look like they would be perfect for a rotary engine. The necessity of having to recess the plugs results in a shrouded spark plug that is incredibly inefficient. This design looks like it could ignite much closer to the actual housing and provide a much cleaner, more efficient burn.
I was brought home from the hospital after I was born in a powder blue Ford Bronco similar to this:
I played football through college as well (D3 offensive tackle) and I can relate to that frustration, especially with the teamwork concept. My big peeve is ‘find something to do’. Just because your task is finished or if you aren’t assigned anything to do doesn’t mean you just stand around with a thumb up your ass.…
I miss the V10 era of F1 so, so much.
Just another thing that the Simpsons predicted....
This was going to be my suggestion. I am even considering one myself if my commute ends up going from 15 to 65 miles like it might in Oct.
It was the 3.7n/a. Provides a ~25hp bump over the civilian 3.5. If it was an Ecoboost, I'd probably still have it.
Its very Spartan obviously. The seats have no bolster because officers have to drive with duty belts on, but they are very comfortable. But a big negative is that there is no armrest. There are different center console options for regular use that look ok, but some have bolsters and some do not.
As for me, I liked to purchase my cars from the Michigan State Police and all carry this certain shade of blue:
My father is a retired Mechanic who worked on city buses and ran a side job working on cars in our driveway.
Government Cheese > everything.
I drove a Fusion Hybrid for a little over two months waiting for a stupid title-issue to get sorted on the STI that I bought. It was a pleasant, unoffensive, comfortable commuter. I would definitely recommend one to someone who would want an affordable hybrid.
The old man wasn't letting the cake out of his sight.
Im looking forward to this movie. I’ve read the book a few times over and as a husband, parent, amateur racer and someone who now has an 11 year old German Shepherd (his birthday is today), the story resonates with me on a number of levels.
Ah, the ‘California Kid’. I’ve seen this car in person a few times. It’s been a popular one in the Fiero world for literally decades.