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#1469 1 year ago

silverunicorn - nice Eos! As a fellow VW fan, it’s my responsibility to recommend goapr.com if you haven’t checked them out already. The Stage 1 tune is the best dollar to performance mod available anywhere if you want to get some more power out of that 2.0T. I did it on my Tiguan and the difference is unbelievable.

#1478 1 year ago
Quoted from Pinless:

It would be interesting to see a graph that showed the various age groups with a percentage of how many know how to drive with a manual transmission.
I bet there are very few teenagers and 20 somethings that know how to drive a stick. Fast forward 30 years and how many will there be?

Hopefully, 30 years from now, self driving cars will actually be in use. There may even come a time when knowledge of operating a motor vehicle is completely unnecessary. It sucks because I'm one who loves to drive but I do look forward to the reduction of traffic autonomous cars will provide along with the reduction of accidents since all vehicles will eventually communicate with one another.

#1492 1 year ago
Quoted from Roostking:

I pray I'll be dead before then. I can barely think of anything worse to happen. I know it's coming, it's not for me.

Was the downvote really necessary?

#1501 1 year ago
Quoted from Roostking:

Yes. Anybody looking forward to autonomous cars and the lack of freedom of movement isn't a car person. Not sorry but have a great Sunday!

It’s only the reduction of traffic and accidents I’m looking forward to. It should make more time and room for car guys like us to get out on the road

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#1737 7 months ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

New trade today. Back to some V8 love.
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How do you like it? It’s on my short list for my next vehicle but I’ve read mixed reviews about it. The interior sure looks nice for a Nissan. How does it ride and handle? Does the seat cooling feature work well?

#1739 7 months ago

Dang...thanks so much for the detailed report!

#1764 7 months ago
Quoted from zr11990:

Austin is where we keep the libiots to keep them out of our hair. They do have good beer and BBQ however.
A V6 turbo has no place in a truck. Trucks need torque to pull shit, Turbo 6s are high end HP. Turbos die and are expensive, V8 grunt is cheaper. Ill take a V8 all day long.

As a turbo owner, I have to disagree. One of the biggest benefits of the turbos are the crazy amount of torque in the low RPM range along with reasonable gas mileage for everyday driving. Here's Road & Track putting the Raptor V6T against the older V8:

https://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/videos/a32503/old-vs-new-ford-f-150-raptor-v8-v6-drag-race/

You can't argue with the specs:

2011-2016 6.2L V8:
HP 411 @ 5500 RPM
TQ 434 @ 4500 RPM

2017+ 3.5L Ecoboost V6
HP 450 @ 5000RPM
TQ 510 @ 3500RPM

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#1912 59 days ago
Quoted from SeymorGoldfarbJr:

657 cc, turbocharged 3 cylinder, 64hp. It’s the same engine in the AZ-1 and the Cappuccino. Both are between 1500 and 1600 lbs.
The import process has been extremely easy. I’ve now imported my Cappuccino using the informal entry process and the AZ-1 with the standard process which requires a broker. I’d definitely recommend taking the chance and importing one.[quoted image]

64HP?? I think my lawnmower has more than that. What are the other benefits of vehicles like these or why are they worth importing? Sorry, I’m not familiar with them either.

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