R6 is dead as a road bike, sadly. Replaced by the lukewarm R7
I’m an Ohioan and I’ve never gotten a ticket. Granted there’s literally thousands of other things to hate about Ohio, but I’ve never felt like the cops here are any worse than other states.
Personally, the aircooled ones I’ve driven have felt mediocre at best. The new ones are fine, the GT3 is great and the Cayman GT4 is one of my favorite cars I’ve ever driven. But the aircooled cars felt so far behind their contemporaries.
All aircooled 911s, but especially the 993. I spent an afternoon driving a 993 C4S and it wasn’t particularly quick, it sounded awful, the interior was outdated (for a 90s car), the handling was nothing special, it looks like a ‘60 911 seen through a funhouse mirror, and yet they’re still worth six figures.
I like the Z900 a lot, but it’s annoying to me that no manufacturer has the balls to make a 90s style retro bike. 60s/70s/Cafe racer style bikes have been done to death for over a decade
The funny (and textbook Honda) thing is that once they begrudgingly designed a 2 stroke race bike, the NSR500, it became one of the most dominant motorcycles of all time.
There were actually 3 different oval-piston V4s; the NR750 and NR were different bikes.
No one in their right mind would use a brand new 4wd car for drifting. It's made for showing off while leaving cars and coffee.
I’m working on getting a job in Japan, since it’s about as far away as possible from Ohio
I’m from Ohio and I do not approve of Ohio.
The aircooled 911s I’ve driven are mediocre sports cars at best
It looks like the default roman characters from a Japanese typeface-
Diesel Brothers did another (admittedly pretty cool looking) motorcycle-
I bought my current car, a 2013 Honda Fit partially because it has a 5-speed. Honestly though, I’m pretty sure when the time comes to get a new car (which won’t be anytime soon), it’ll be electric, and I’m fine with that. I’ve got motorcycles for when I want to have fun. Read more
I’ve already got my ‘96 SRAD so I can check that off the list