Abrasion sores on my penis aren't so wonderful.
Kind of a little bit. Financially stable is a better term
In this day and age I'd say owning a V8 requires you to be richer than owning an Impreza or an Evo
Hey guys I need to learn how to use a manual transmission for my future muscle car. Anyway since there isn't a single car rental place with cars with a manual transmission; does anyone know a cheap brand of car that would have a manual transmission and is common?
Woops I made a typo I mean't to say that there isn't any rental place around here that has cars with a manual. I heard it has to do with rental car palces being afraid of people burning out the clutches or something.
Idk a racing sim doesn't sound like it would feel the same as driving an actual car.
Been sitting in my truck, trying to figure out where i can squeeze in a tachometer and an analog clock...
May trim the gauge cluster up some to fit a tach on the right and a clock on the left.
Want it to look classy, not having a giant tach in my face on the dash like.
Also may put a clock up on the ceiling if i can find/get one made in the right shape.
blew my mind, why did i not think of that.
SO, how easy is it to break a tachometer off of your hood with a tree branch while 4wheeling?
The handling physics on legitimate simulation software is pretty realistic, but the peripherals are never going to feel 100% right.
People think theyre slick with their little paddle shifting steering wheels hooked up to their computers doing this virtual racing but Id like to see them hop in a racecar with a 6 lb flywheel, twin-disk un-sprung clutch, and dog box transmission.
Let me guess, S10?
I'm sure that people who put hundreds down on sim peripherals, like me, would gladly hop in that seat.Disco_Potato posted:
That makes more sense than what i was imagining when tesla suggested it.
And then classy analog clock between the two sun visors
and if i ever got my hunting license and the balls to take a bear i could go pimp as shit and do bearfur headliner.
I guess if you dont ever need to rev it out then you dont miss it.
I always thought it was weird with the S10s that the auto had a tach and the manual did not. Seems counter-intuitive.
I seriously need to get around getting a new windshield washer pump, it sucks not being able to use washer... But I am so poor, I'll ask my boss to get me some AC Delco OEM one, he told me he had wholesale price at AC Delco
I think I broke a record for here, usually people get around passing 5-6 gallons by now, I haven't finished my first winter gallon since, September? (Still have left in the gallon, my washer tank is full )
I kinda just want to wire both pumps to my rear window spray nozzle and aim it upwards so it sprays on the cars behind me instead of trickling down the window. Now that would be a fun project!
You could just wait until you get the car, and have someone teach you in your car, or learn from watching videos and asking here and save that money for a new clutch if you end up needing a replacement.
They might salt the city roads around here but snow always melts off by 12pm and dumbass commuters are normally left to put their pitiful 4x4 suvs and camerys into ditches or drive up curbs and hit trees in neighborhoods everywhere while me and my friends go drift our cars everywhere with summer tires.. So many people around here have studded tires when it snows no more than an 1" a day for maybe a couple days with it melting off during the day anyways. Our roads are already torn up enough, why can't we just get them banned.
I love that we have so many maintained roads which aren't driven by more than the odd forestry or log truck though, Oregon has like thousands of miles of rarely driven single lane roads which are some of the most beautiful and fun drives. These roads in the summer just make living here worth it.
Do you guys have any tips on waxing? Now I know it should seem straight forward, but mine always seem to come out to a haze almost just as bad as before I put it on. Rub on turtle wax in circular motions, let dry to a haze. Wipe off excess with a rag, then buff with a buffer. Right? Well It never seems to turn out any better. I clean and dry the surface before hand, even put on two layers of wax. No change. Any ideas what I might be doing wrong?
Personally i shave my bush.
shave > wax
Honestly no idea.
For one, you need to do the prep before you can wax. Wash the car, then clay bar it. This prepares the paint by filling in minor inconsistencies (scratches, cracks). Then polish the car. Apply a small amount of polish and apply evenly in a circular motion on the car. Allow it to sit for around a minute, then use a microfiber cloth to buff it off. Do this one or two times depending on how shiny you want the car to be. THEN apply your wax, using the same technique as you did with the polish. The wax will be a little harder to buff off, but it should still come off relatively easy. You don't NEED to use a buffing wheel, a microfiber cloth works just fine; but if you want to use the buffing wheel, DON'T wipe off the wax first, then you're just defeating the whole purpose seeing as you're wiping it off instead of buffing it in.
Remember, wax isn't what makes your car shiny, it's what protects the paint. Polish makes the car shiny.