It’s only 43, but F it. We’re riding.
Torch must be moonlighting O_O
yes, this is per gallon.
The SkyActiv-X was slated to be launched in the 2019 Mazda 3, but now the “regular” SkyActiv-G will be the only one available. Mazda’s official line is:
I got tired of the “if it moves, shoot it” game genre some years ago. I’ve found the Life is Strange series to be a refreshing change, plus its replayability is high because you can have different outcomes based on the decisions you make. I’m not going to spoil anything, but man, the ending I reached in LiS2 ep. 2…
sorry for the shitpost, but this still makes me laugh every time I see it.
y u do dis
They are designed to sacrifice themselves to protect the people inside of them.
this is a Stealth 45 R/C hydroplane hull made by Phil Thomas. I’m building it for the new racing season; it’s 36" long and sized for either Fast Electric “Q Sport” hydro or nitro “Sport 40" hydro. I’ll be running nitro using a CMB 7.5cc (0.45 c.i.) glow engine.
My sister said something at our Christmas Eve dinner tonight which rang true. When we were kids we thought about how awful it must be to be a grown-up and only get stuff like clothes for Christmas.
This one seems legit kitted out for actually crossing things.
But when they start making noise, you’ve basically got a matter of days to replace it. Little over a week ago one of the front bearings on my truck started humming, and I was planning on replacing it this weekend. Just in time, too; this morning it was making the most disgusting noises. So not long after a complete…
man, talk about bloat. and can someone tell Mathworks about the concept of cumulative updates? You’d think that if you have a program built against the 9.1 runtime, installing the latest (9.5) would be sufficient. But noooooo, you have to have exactly the runtime version matching the version of MATLAB used to write…
But a little too overzealous.
8V-71 Detroit Diesel, two-stroke 60° V8 with turbocharging:
I’ve seen a lot of posts and comments around teh intarwebs which interchangeably use the terms “mule” and “prototype” for any car or truck with a manufacturer license plate, so I thought I’d clear it up a bit.
We were downtown last night for a few events, and stopped by Campus Martius Park. The park is in the middle of the loop which forms the “root” of Woodward Ave. The tree sits atop the Woodward fountain.
But a good, audible horn on your motorcycle might. I’ve had my fill of inattentive cagers pulling out in front of me, so I hope I can find a way to put these on my bikes: