Just as an FYI if you’d be interested: Curt makes a bolt-in hidden hitch that fits above the center exhaust for an external bike rack. You would also probably want to put 10-13mm spacers above the hitch mount so the bumper cover doesn’t get pushed up by the bike rack. It sounds like it drops the exhaust tip a lot, but… Read more
Almost certainly yes. Without immense startup capital it’s virtually impossible to guarantee chipset availability on a large scale, especially for a project like this which is almost certainly using a ton of custom silicon. They’re probably operating under a very strict, pre-planned number of units for the initial… Read more
They aren’t a big company. All the factories that produce these things ar ein east Asia. They have to make their production orders waaaay out in advance, because there are only so many electronics factories in the world. A company the size of Analogue has to jockey for production time and materials purchases with the… Read more
Most Fiero/MR2 replicas look like derpy garbage (see below). You can tell they actually put a little extra effort into this one.
I contend there is a vast difference between a replica kit that involves a completely custom chassis and body with provisions for different engine choices, and a kit to turn an existing road car into a body-copy of another car. Custom cars that come as a kit have value because they offer a close representation of the… Read more
Counter point: No, it’s definitely a crack pipe.