Master Cylinder
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Oct 1 2017
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The Suzuki-badged version tends to be a bit cheaper, just in case you weren’t aware of its existence.

Sep 19 2017
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I actually have the Eastwood 135 and it’s served fairly well for about 7 years now. Including that one time I cut two cars in half and welded the good halves back together. Read more

Sep 6 2017
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Gross. Last weekend I discovered a mostly-but-not-completely decomposed bird when I took the bumper off my 944. Read more

Sep 1 2017
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Are there any good aftermarket kits for vented or cooled seats, or is that really just something best left to the factory? I’ve seen a few but they look cheap and sketchy...

Sep 1 2017
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Sounds a bit sketchy to me. I have purchased out of town vehicles before and I always take care to try to convince the seller that no, I’m not a scammer, I’m just a weirdo who is willing to fly halfway across the country to buy your 20 year old SUV because rust leaves no survivors in Detroit. 

Aug 25 2017
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Yep. It’s such a pain in the ass to get a good concrete guy for residential jobs.

Aug 25 2017
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I dunno about how accurate that bottom picture would be for him... the adoring supporters are proudly holding books.

Aug 25 2017
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I can’t be there, but I am pleased that my 944 could get in even though is has basically nothing in common with the classics people would expect there.

Aug 19 2017
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In The Division’s case, they were. I haven’t touched it in months and months, but I seem to recall that the devs responsible for the DZ were exactly those types of players. Laughing about antagonizing random players, ganging up on solo folks, etc.

Aug 17 2017
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Current plan (for my 944): rebuild trans with factory LSD, build and swap in 3.0L motor producing ~270hp, stock-looking fiberglass replacement body parts and DIY the bodywork and paint. Read more

Aug 17 2017
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If you’re not going to be wrenching and you don’t need the enclosed space for storage, I don’t see an issue with a carport. Keeps sun and weather off your car, which is all you really need out of a home parking spot. Read more

Aug 13 2017
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A turbo is gonna be MUCH easier to DIY, especially if you don’t really care how long it lasts. A supercharger requires a lot more work; fitting a turbo is basically just welding tubes, and precision fitment isn’t super critical. Read more

Aug 4 2017
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True. I just tend to like the smaller, higher-revving motors over the big lopey ones. Not that there’s not plenty to love about a big stonking V8, that is. Read more

Aug 4 2017
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Isn’t there an off the shelf kit for the RX8? I know I’ve seen one for the 3.6L DOHC V6 that GM uses in lots of things (LFX if I recall correctly). That wouldn’t be a terrible motor either.

Aug 2 2017
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Fun fact! The 2.3L engine from a 2000s Suzuki Aerio swaps in fairly easily and adds ~50hp over the factory 1.6L. Read more