The perfect car for people who want a Camry but the Honda dealer is closer and has a big inflatable gorilla out front.
X4.33 XDrive i30d Gran Wagon Coupe M Sport Competition
I don't know any dog owner that doesn't let them on the bed, at least at the foot.
This truly is the worst timeline.
You can never have too many cars or too many dogs, just a garage or bed that's too small.
If you cover the front and back of a BMW it’s still going to look like a BMW, isn’t it?
The movie is rated PG, I doubt there'll be much from the book in it besides a dog and some racing stuff. And the ending.
Using the stock transmission would make the swap a lot easier and cheaper- assuming it could hold up to the power of a tuned Ecoboost. I’m guessing messing around with a dual charger setup would add that cost and complexity back in, though.
So the Ecoboost will save ~100 lbs vs a Coyote V8, not a bad trade off in something like a Miata- though I’d take the V8 in a Mustang every time. It’ll be a fun car either way.
That makes a lot more sense than the (admittedly shipping weight, so packaging included) number I got from Ford’s site.
The shipping weight of a Coyote crate motor is 544 lbs, the 2.3 Ecoboost is 568 - heavier than the V8. I was surprised to see that. Maybe heavier driveshaft, half shafts, brakes ect... make up the rest of it?
Would a 2.3 Ecoboost with a turbo, a supercharger and the monster intercooler it would need be lighter than something like an LS motor?
You misspelled “V8 swap” but I agree.
Don’t listen to the biased media who are out to slander the good name of Alfa Romeo! They are very reliable! The biased media compares them to other new cars, but if you compare them to Alfas from the 70s you’ll see how much better the new ones are!
Hey, that annual helicopter alarm clock is a feature! You don’t pay ungodly amounts of money to live there for nothing!
It's usually one police helicopter and a news helicopter (or three) that actually follow the pursuit. I've seen chases where the cops lose the guy and the news helicopters find him first.
The point is, you *can* outrun a helicopter in a car. If the cops don't know where you are for even a few minutes, it can be enough to hide/get away. It happens. The fact that the guy in the video was in a rural area with nowhere to hide makes that almost impossible to do, but it can be done. People do occasionally…
Outrunning a helicopter isn't that hard. The problem is the rather poor fuel economy most cars have at that speed, and their small fuel tanks.
Well, since it’s incredibly dark and grainy and you can barely make out the shape of it, it can only be one thing:
Is this your first mx race?