brianshayne
brianshayne
4/15/19
8:27 PM
70

What’s funny/sad is that sometimes a work, be it a song, story, TV show, movie, comes out and is SOOOOOOO damn good to so many people... and yet unknown to most, the person(s) who may be closest to the work, ie the creators, might feel the work is incomplete. Or wrong. Or bad. And the reason for this may be because Read more

4/3/19
1:57 PM
2

I highly recommend Q39 or KC Joes! (or my wife’s cooking and some smoked meat.) 

8/30/17
9:17 PM
1

Garages are the best. Tools are bester and tools in a garage are bestest.

12/7/14
4:43 PM
1

I posted it earlier, but it is so bad I'll allow it.

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11/3/14
5:48 PM
1

First started on YouTube a few years ago. My STi owning friend bought one and duct taped it onto his BOV, and it was fucking HILARIOUS for a few miles, until the tape let go and it fell off on the highway. :(

8/21/14
11:15 PM
1

Possibly, but probably not. Thefts from vehicles are far more common than thefts of vehicles. For the past several years at least, most vehicle thefts in Chicago have been done by part-time criminal tow truck drivers, so choice of transmission is nearly irrelevant for theft purposes.

7/4/14
12:10 PM
6

Sounds like all it needs is a trunk swap!

6/16/14
1:25 PM
1

Here's what you'll love about this car:

- THE NOISE, MY GOD, THE NOISE! It's like a baby Ferrari.
- The revs! Not often you can rev a production car to 8k rpm.
- The handling. It's tossable, and fantastic for slicing through traffic. Just be careful with abrupt throttle lift off mid turn, you'll need a dab of oppo to Read more

6/16/14
1:23 PM
2

The sport button will decrease the amount of electric steering assist, making the steering feel heavier. It also makes the transmission downshift faster, and with less throttle input. And it makes the tranny hold lower gears for longer, hanging out at 6-7,000 rpm for a good 15-20 seconds until it upshifts.

I prefer Read more

4/29/14
12:57 AM
2

Point taken, but Honda's massive recall of nearly every 1998-2000 model for the exact same type of issue that GM is dealing with now, handily dispels that notion. Difference lies in the fact that Honda admitted it and fixed it once they started failing.

3/19/14
1:34 PM
1

I remember snapping pictures of these on my first trip to Canada, because I'd heard of them but never actually seen one.