The fact that it might be necessary to kill this elephant doesn't mean that this rich asshole needs to be so happy about it. I eat meat, but I'd prefer that the people who slaughter the animals are compassionate about it and not having their picture taking next to the dead cow, giving two thumbs up to his buddy. Fuck… Read more
It was great to meet you all! Glad you enjoyed the drive, even if the car wasn't perfect
There’s something to be said about light weight. While going down to 2000 lbs involves practicality compromises that most people would not tolerate (Elise/Exige), 2500-3000 lbs. definitely is a lot more fun than 4000. Aside from tires, heavy cars will also eat brakes.
It is very smooth, I ran nearly solid mounts for a while while mine was turbocharged and only had to bump the idle to about 800rpm for it to feel no different from stock (800 is also the magic number where the fuel pump chirp goes away)
Toby and Matcha look like siblings.
Counterpoint: the existence of the EC and the disproportionate influence it gives to agricultural states makes urban dwellers (you know, the people who contribute to the GPD in a greater order of magnitude) underrepresented to the same degree as a EC-less system would make farmers. Read more
Just want to say I my vanity plate is on its way and I will autocross this summer ... getting there.
I’ve run a similar course, trading a 2013 Scion FRS modded for track use in place of a 2017 GT350. Should be interested to see how you like it.
I don’t think my opinion will matter all that much, since I spend more time in my FR-S on the road than on the track, but I’ve learned that, after owning several 400+ hp vehicles (supercharged B6 S4, LS3-swapped 240SX S13, and a race-prepped 944 Turbo) the FR-S is actually a nice back-to-basics car to drive. I’ve got… Read more