I own a right hand drive car in Canada. It’s overrated. Its less practical, more expensive to maintain, and scary for the passenger.
So I’m not the only one with a thing for pop up headlights?
Now that’s controversial.
The bus bars aren’t fused, but the pump, the amp and the charger all have dedicated inline fuses.
I like the SR’s charater. It’s not refined, it doesn’t feel like it, it doesn’t sound like it. It’s coarse, loud, and fun.
Can’t say anything about the KA. I never tried one. It has more displacement, but it doesn’t have the mischevious turbocharger hanging off the side. And it has a distributor, instead of the individual coils on mine.
RB25NEO sure is tempting. All that silky smooth torque for much cheaper than the older, less refined RB26DET
Reading another news source in Canada (CBC) seems to shed some extra light on the BlackBerry item. The federal government just announced 300+ millions in funding for an automotive research center in Ottawa, Ontario.
I was reading news on another website here in Canada (CBC) and I found what seems like the rest of the Blackberry story. The canadian government just announced 300+ millions in funding for an automotive research center in Ottawa, Ontario.
All those road tests are coming out of places I can reach before lunch if I leave after breakfast. Makes me wonder where you’re from.
Not sure about the Trans Am look. Not very subtle...
Do you think you’ll paint it someday or just enjoy it without worrying about scratches and scuffs until you can’t find gasoline to keep it going.
Fair point. Should I wrap it like an old historical racecar?
I feel your pain. My S13 180SX has a lot in common with yours, even down to the nickname. I don’t have the skills nor the wallet to drift mine, so I’m trying to undo some of the racier mods. Take a look at my posts.
Cross over to Quebec side of the river and hit the Gatineau Park, or maybe look for twisty road an hour west of Ottawa. I hear Calabogie has some good roads, and a racetrack.
I’ve never seen the point with restoring Hondas, but then I would like an SR-swapped Volvo 240 wagon.
I dodged that bullet by a few days. I put the car in storage on Monday, and we ended up with 10cm of snow on Thursday.
What kind of car are we talking about.
Ever thought about swapping a dead reliable modern FWD powertrain in your Corvair? I’ve always wondered how hard it would be.