I had it on my laptop for a while, but I had to revert because I hate that flat UI and the color scheme so much. It hurts my eyes to look at. I have bad eyesight, and I need clear differentiation between UI elements. As far as color goes, I think there’s too much of it- I usually run in grayscale, and it was too…
You’re right; as ricer mods go, this one is pretty harmless.
This is a common ricer modification, like putting Altezza badges on your IS300.
It’s not your fault. It’s spelled wrong in the Instagram post, too.
My mom just got one of these about her 2007 Mazda 5. It was totaled in a flood in 2010. Makes me question whether it was given a salvage title or not.
Matrox? Pfft! All the cool kids have 3dfx now.
Oh, I get it- you “hate to waste” so much that you drive a car with a second redundant powertrain! If only the rest of us humble folk could be as environmentally conscious as yourself.
I’m not trying to criticize you! Sorry, I didn’t mean that with my first post, it was unclear, I just meant in general.
I know, but I’m firmly in the “logic be damned, you can’t take too many precautions with a firearm” camp.
Might not be a bad idea to open the slide and take the mag out, either.
I agree. If you’re going to put a giant sign on your car, the least you could do would be to put it on the part of the car that you don’t have to see out of.
No digital dash? No deal!
No way! I just did the valve cover gaskets on my V6 Mazda, and it was an enormous pain in the ass. I didn’t understand the transverse V hate until I had to actually work on it.
I’m going to do that and look, if it’s at or very close to the low line, I’m driving home.
I had that same motherboard, a Foxconn. I think it was the Foxconn Aloe. (The rear pinout on this one is the same as on my old one.) It failed. But, for $100, it’s hard to go wrong.
Calm down, Oedipus
Thanks for your response! I would absolutely keep it stock and maintain it, I’m just mostly worried about rust. The VVT chain service is very good information, thank you.
Did you like it otherwise? Was it mechanically reliable?
You’re right, I hadn’t thought like that.