It’s Toyota’s own damn fault for building such a long-lasting vehicle. Why would anyone buy a new LC when an used one is every bit as good after 100k miles. Hell, my 05 LX has 210k and I can’t tell the difference between it and a 20k mile example. People who buy Cruisers keep them longer than any other vehicle, so why… Read more
Those CB900s are works of art
I’ll stick with my 100-series Cruiser
Naturally aspirated with longevity in mind, yes. The heads flow exceptionally well out of the box so the way to make even more power is cams and RPM. 625 at the crank is about the highest I’ve seen from a Coyote but that was a race motor.
80,000 miles in a British Leyland is like 400,000 in literally anything else
The aftermarket will take care of it.
Did Drew Struzan retire?
Do you just watch TechMoan videos and turn them into an article?
I like this aftermarket one for the Mk VIII
It could almost be a new GX
And here I am with my GTX 750Ti...