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jmalek
1/2/20
1:17 PM
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Make more use out of this car (350D on African Taxi Springs)

10/3/19
12:36 PM
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Theres like 16 bolts that have to be removed and draining the coolant to go from driveable car to the picture above, do you really think that takes 3 hours? First time was maybe an hour for me, and after the second or third time I had it below 30 minutes. 

2/20/19
10:26 AM
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There are about a dozen different configurations, but because of commonalities and how the certification process works, only about half of that needs to be emissions tested

1/14/19
11:33 AM
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Does this mean there is some kind of jackknife control with the auto braking? 

1/7/19
3:53 PM
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Looking over the press schedule for the show, GM has nothing besides a Cadillac event 1/13/19 at 6pm before the show even starts

12/13/18
10:28 AM
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Chevy Monza, Cavalier, Cobalt, and Cruze, over the last 40 years. Lordstown has been a high capacity, large tolerance production facility, I don’t think that’s where they’d build EVs.

12/6/18
7:43 AM
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This hits so close to home. Its overwhelming to think about all vehicles I have, and that two or three are even roadworthy. I am working on consolidation, but this is my current list: Read more

12/3/18
7:40 AM
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No matter how sunny it is, and how wide your tires are, traction is not a thing below 50°. Was working on my 300D over winter break and needed to get parts, so I took my C5 to town as it was low 40°s and sunny. Had lunch with my family, and on the way home stuffed it into a ditch because I felt like being a hotshot. Read more

11/19/18
8:53 AM
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I really wished that this, along with the Code 130 R, were more common design directions in sports cars. They just look like fun

10/18/18
9:09 AM
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If I remember that car right, its a terrible SBC swap and they have that to clear the air cleaner

9/27/18
11:23 AM
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“...it seems likely that the OEM in question is Ford, since Roush works exclusively with Ford products” Read more

9/7/18
11:23 AM
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This has me rather impressed as well, it’s too bad that they spent all that effort to make a great car and then kill it a few years later Read more

8/28/18
9:27 AM
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As these are a one year only car, and even more uncommon in a manual, I’m leaning towards NP. Around my area, there were two that sold for 2K that had been in accidents, and both had >200K on them. Engine parts are easy to get,, chassis parts are cheap and plentiful, and the torque makes these a great little city car. Read more

8/27/18
12:50 PM
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They look like at least 1/2" line and it looks like the two sides are run in parallel, so they should flow somewhere between 7-15Gpm per line at 20PSi. The factory ZL1 Camaro pump flows about 3Gpm at 10Psi for reference, so 1350HP on pump gas is right in line with what the OEMs are using. https://www.lingenfelter.com/p Read more

8/27/18
9:45 AM
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It looks to have a water-to-air system on the intake plenum

8/7/18
9:07 AM
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“Everything Fun” to me is automotive related, it’s my career and passion, and we are on Jalopnik. I saw your other comment, and I definitely don’t discredit the financial hit from the medical bills in the US. However, a decent majority of the cases I have seen in relation to the organizations that I have been Read more

8/6/18
3:56 PM
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Should have been cases not cause. I said I’ve seen both sides to issues relating to motorsports, and I have enough data points to constitute a trend. I’d hazard a guess that your only experience in this instance is that you’re a lawyer, and that you have never interacted with the intricacies or the organization of any Read more

8/6/18
11:19 AM
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I have seen both the plaintiff and defendants side to injury cause in a Motorsports event. Predatory lawyers are the reason we have to have extreme cautionary practices for everything we do in this great land of ours.