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don't be a faggot

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c538e8 No.11248[Reply]

Post your questions here.

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8b256f No.13117

>>13094

>>13096

>>13102

Okay got it thanks!




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976135 No.12688[Reply]

We mostly talk about cars. Motorcycles are welcome too. The only rules are:

1. Don't be a faggot.

2. Spoiler NSFW content and assume spoilers are NSFW.

Questions? Suggestions? Comments? Post them here or send me an email at [email protected]

Post new banners here as well.

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b5e86d No.12947

The /o/ is back! Yay!




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7ac3fe No.12328[Reply]

Was looking around for a torrent and found this on youtube. Funimation also has Second Stage on their channel, but nothing later than that. Here's the playlist for First Stage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVG7zusJ1t8&list=ELLBPz0QR3ebI

Third, Fifth and Final Stages are readily available on nyaa, but I can't find Fourth Stage anywhere. If anyone has it or knows where to find it, please post it.

I also came across an "Initial D Legend" trilogy, never heard of it but it looks like it was released last year? Also available on nyaa.

Also, here is the complete manga that an anon posted a while ago: https://mega.nz/#F!cQUFHJJa!MFUJaCq-RJ1ry1EAUGOU5w

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47f485 No.12711

OP, googling it shows some shitty anime sites

It's also on kissanime (all seasons)

Initial D Legend is like a recap of the old.




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e495f8 No.10418[Reply]

Hey, figured we could have a "spotted" thread. Post pictures that you yourself have taken while out and about.

Pic related, saw a really clean SRT-10 a couple weeks ago that was stopped in front of me at a light.

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I saw a bunch of cool stuff on Saturday, like a second gen NSX (the 2000s redesign, not the new one) and an E-type. Also plenty of rice and stanceshit. No pics of any of that because I was either on the freeway or otherwise couldn't stop to snap. Have these from the last couple weeks instead.


735cd3 No.13131

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>>11975

what the fuck is wrong with women?


3683ad No.13132

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Saw this hearse the other day.


e949e6 No.13135

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>>12940

To be fair WAT has been around for a while, and /osg/ threads are great for my weeb needs.

On topic, I spotted this mx6 the other day. It was the first time I had ever seen one.


8228b7 No.13137

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>>10418

I took this a few years ago. Luckily, it was a passenger train that was taking off a little bit down the rail in the opposite direction.




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a53ba5 No.12955[Reply]

Post ITT every time you visit /o/, be it shitposting, news, or anything.

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d5d4a8 No.13115

File: b4bceb973b563fb⋯.jpg (697.9 KB, 1440x1080, 4:3, parts.jpg)

Parts are here. Now I just need to make a place to install them…

>>13111

Maybe get one that's already rusty so you aren't really ruining it any more than it already has been?


ed4af4 No.13116

>>13115

I'll look for one that's not flawless, Maybe save up for a paint job. I have time before that, so I'll worry about it more later.


d5d4a8 No.13120

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>It would be better if there were nothing. Since there is more pain than pleasure on earth, every satisfaction is only transitory, creating new desires and new distresses, and the agony of the devoured animal is always far greater than the pleasure of the devourer.


3b3ef6 No.13134

>>13101

I like it!


0e703a No.13136

>>12955

Finally got everything to throw my twin disc and tranny into my drift car. Weather sucks, though, and my body is killing me I need to stop drinking.




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57e26a No.13129[Reply]

My first post 404'd.

/o/'s thoughts on this car?

I'm in the market for my first car and I can get a good deal on one of these, specifically the 2L diesel.

New clutch, master cylinder, steering rack, exhaust, and tires. MOT until September and 17K on the clock.

2e48ee No.13133

Your post did not 404, I can still see it.

Anyways I heard good reports on those with the prices being very low and the diesel engine coming from BMW, reliable and sweet enough. I was searching for one myself, but there's only gas 75 for sale here or high mileage diesel. Go for it, 17k is nothing for a diesel ride this good.

Downside is maintenance: if you can't do it yourself it´s gonna be a pain since parts are to be found in surplus or junkyards.




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1e0506 No.13118[Reply]

OP has noticed the oil in his car is low.

OP remembers it has not been changed since last autumn

OP wants to change it

OP can't just top it off, because no idea what kind of oil he poured in last time

What should OP do instead of stop being stupid?

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9fe4d6 No.13122

>>13119

>add a can of seafoam

way to much, their site tells you the recommended amount to use. 1-1.5 ounces to a quart.

https://seafoamsales.com/how-to-add-sea-foam-motor-treatment-to-gas-and-diesel-crankcase-oil/


1e0506 No.13123

Ok, then synthetic or mineral oil? All my friends reccomend synthetic.


fa09c4 No.13124

>>13122

I was exaggerating somewhat. It seems to me that

you might want to use more than the normally recommended ratio since it's been so long since the oil has been changed, and I would definitely do it multiple times.

>>13123

It depends heavily on the engine. Wherever you find the weight you should use, you should also find a recommendation for organic (mineral) vs synthetic. AFAIK, most engines are designed to work best with one or the other, and I know that some really, really don't like running organic (like my Saab). Again, look up what is best for your car.


ee84fd No.13127

This seems like a good thread to ask: what is everyone's favorite brand of oil and filter?


0b56d1 No.13130

>>13127

>Valvoline SynPower

>NAPA Platinum filter

I'm sure the platinum doesn't give me much benefit over napa's less expensive filters but whatever




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77adce No.13128[Reply]

/o/'s thoughts on this car?

I'm in the market for my first car and I can get a good deal on one of these, specifically the 2L diesel.

New clutch, master cylinder, steering rack, exhaust, and tires. MOT until September and 17K on the clock.



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344c91 No.13028[Reply]

>the most futuristic non-exotic production car is an 11 year old design

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fd035a No.13046

>>13045

Why exactly safety regulations dislike pop-up headlights?


d462e8 No.13047

>>13046

IIRC, same reason as to why you don't see that many badges above the grille anymore aside from Mercedes and Rolls Royce; due to the propensity of them impaling whoever you might hit when at speed.

Also unnecessary costs + labor if the motor in them dies and you need to prop them up.


a540fe No.13049

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>>13043

I agree completely.

>>13044

>300zx

lol

I agree with what you're saying, but that is far from the best looking car of the 90s.

>>13047

>Also unnecessary costs + labor if the motor in them dies and you need to prop them up.

I think it's more due to this + just going out of style than regulation. Pedestrian safety has only been a priority for the NHTSA since 2008 or so.


63fd6d No.13062

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>>13045

I like those flat headlights exactly as much as pop-ups and would take either

>>13049

You're right. Here's the best looking car from the 90s.


11f242 No.13125

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>>13049

I like that MR2, but I still like SW11 more.




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620864 No.13085[Reply]

>Cars have turned into deadly weapons. They have been easy to steal and then nothing has been able to stop their advance.

>In Nice, Berlin, Jerusalem, London and Stockholm, they have been used as effective murder machines terrorists who wanted to kill many people.

>If people in the future will be protected cars must simply removed from the collection sites and city centers. It is not reasonable for a big truck can be driven right into Stockholm’s popular walking street on a Friday afternoon just before Easter. Politicians have been good at protecting themselves, but now they must also ensure citizens’ needs for secure environments.

archive.is/6KF8r

Let me remind you that Sweden is usually "ten years ahead" of every other western nation, in terms of social policy. It's best to enjoy the ride, while you can. Personally, I hope none of you have the misfortune of living in Sweden.

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6fad57 No.13098

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>>13085

No where in that article is there the phrase "assault car". What the commentator (read: not politician) is advocating, is restriction on vehicular traffic in areas with heavy foot traffic. This wouldn't do anything unless there were permanent physical barriers preventing vehicles from entering, which it doesn't sound like she is advocating because she permits vehicle traffic during night time hours or for certified delivery companies. She isn't wrong in that some recent terror attacks have been perpetrated with cars (though the one she highlights happened "14 years ago"). However, the argument against this is even greater than the argument against gun restrictions because crimes are committed with guns, because hundreds of millions more people own cars than own guns, and perhaps even fewer murders happen with cars than with guns.

I disagree with the commentator's idea of simply restricting vehicle traffic by law, because that would not do anything to stop criminals. What she is proposing would essentially be yet another tax. Protecting mainly pedestrian areas with pic related wouldn't be a terrible idea. The "old town" kind of areas in old, European cities like Stockholm usually have tiny roads anyway and they are a bitch to drive on. Even some American cities have this problem - my family once went on a roadtrip to Philadelphia and some of the streets there are still cobblestone, which is a bitch to drive on regardless of the fact that the road was originally designed for horse traffic only and is very narrow. Basically the roads in the areas in question are shit to drive on so I don't know why anyone would want to anyway.

The main issue I see with physically restricting vehicle traffic to these areas is that stores would have a harder time getting deliveries. I assume most of them don't have rear entrances on other streets so deliveries would have to be on foot or bike. This could be a big problem for large stores.

>>13087

I don't see how they've forced cycling on anyone. Everywhere I see cycle paths are places wherPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


6fad57 No.13099

>>13098

Also, here is the full, translated text of the article which OP's link references:

>Cars have been turned into mortal weapons. They have been easy to steal and then nothing has been able to stop their progress.

>In Nice, Berlin, Jerusalem, London and Stockholm, they have been used as effective killers for terrorists who wanted to kill many people.

>In order to protect people in the future, cars simply have to be removed from assembly points and city cores. It is not fair that a large truck can be driven right onto Stockholm's most popular walking street on a Friday afternoon just before Easter. Politicians have been good at protecting themselves, but now they must also see the citizens' needs for safe environments.

Right on Västerlånggatan

>It has been fourteen years since a man drove right into Västerlånggatan in the Old Town. He killed a woman and injured another 18 people. There were several reasons to protect the medieval city center, but security in the narrow alleys should have been a heavy argument. It is actually remarkable that car traffic can still roll through the Old Town.

>Stockholm is an international city, a tourist city with 13.5 million guest nights last year. Of the four people killed on Drottninggatan were three visitors, a woman from Belgium, a woman from Uddevalla and a British man. Shopping street is a popular destination for our visitors and should of course be a safe environment. Many tourists continue the street down to the Old Town, but it is really only around Rosenbad and Parliament House. There is a stop for unwelcome cars that can also be folded down if any important transport has to be carried out. The technology is thus, but it's not for everyone.

The need for calm environments

>Most of the costs are available for taxi and taxi service. In addition, deliveries to shops and restaurants can be controlled at times whenPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


ea094b No.13105

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But why won't they build more of these?

Look good, help drunk people, and stop even the mightiest of trucks.

I know old part of Riga has these all over the place. Or perhaps Stockholm just wants to get burned down again?


2362b9 No.13106

>>13105

They ran out of iron cannons long ago, so nowadays you just get these shitty plastic bollards that can be shattered with a box cutter.


a66cb4 No.13121

>>13087

>Get bike

>Get gun

>Start at the highest point of the city

>Work your way downhill




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4be1cb No.9750[Reply]

post cute cars

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f203eb No.13058

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>>13054

I really don't like the front. I really wish they could have made it more round and how a mx5 should look. Angry headlights just don't fit. I'd post an NC, but those are really ugly.


ae8484 No.13074

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cfaf2f No.13076

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>>13074

There are cars that look cute, and then there are cars that look psychopathic.

A couple more cute cars.


aa2832 No.13112

>>13076

that metro looks tsundere, if that's possible


aa2832 No.13113

>>9933

looks like Milhouse




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e074c0 No.13083[Reply]

What's the difference between the insight and crz?

Do they make the crz or insight anymore?

In the US Honda is a huge seller, but they lost hard when it came to hybrids despite selling more small and midsized cars aswell as midsized SUVs than anyone else.

5b5165 No.13100

>>13083

The CRZ and Insight are different cars. I believe the former succeeded the latter. Hybrids in general lose hard vs the gas-only competition.




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603ddd No.5473[Reply]

Doing my plugs and wires soon. I've got pre-gapped Bosch Iridium spark plugs, and the gap on the box is the correct gap for my engine. I'd like to just put them in as-is without messing with the gap, since the electrode is so easy to damage, and because I'm pretty sure I've screwed up a couple iridium plugs before by gapping them. The thing is, 90% of "pre-gapped" plugs I've checked in the past were set at the wrong gap (and were not even consistent in how far off they were).

So which is riskier? Messing with the gap to make sure it's right, or leaving them alone and potentially using the wrong gap?

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fa176a No.12941

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>>12939

>rubbertramp

>hatchback

Just go whole hog, and buy a fucking van, while you're at it.


2b92d2 No.12942

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>>12939

Get a van


c85001 No.13060

A fellow anon helped me out a bit over at /ogc/ on choosing the right tire, but I'm still stumped. I've look at a few review sites and not all tires I've looked at are on all the sites I've been on. I don't just want to blindly buy a tire, I'm trying my best looking up the best possible tire I can buy. I want maximum comfort and handling. If someone can point me in the right way and figure shit out myself that'd be great. If I went to a tire shop they'd know a hell of a lot better than me but I seriously doubt they're experts.


b7414a No.13095

How to unfuck a clutch without disassembling everything? It is not boroken, but once on a hillstart i accidentaly reved too much and it began slipping.

Few hours later it is just fine, but it somethimes squeaks under stress.

Any way to oil it or something?


986645 No.13097

>>13060

>maximum comfort and handling

Those two things may be mutually exclusive. Super grippy tires tend to not ride as comfortably afaik.

>If I went to a tire shop they'd know a hell of a lot better than me but I seriously doubt they're experts.

It is their job to know… Depending on where you go, you may get pushed to get the most expensive one just because, but they will still know more than most of us probably do. I would stay away from Les Schwab.

>>13095

>oil on a clutch

That would just make it slip more…

>squeaks under stress

Sounds to my novice mind that the friction plate things could be worn down to the metal. Don't know though. Could also be a loose bolt or something.




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5797d0 No.10884[Reply]

On two flat tires after hydroplaning into a curb.

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004ce3 No.13052

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>>13051

I don't know what "thread repair" looks like, but I get what you're saying now.


a1de86 No.13053

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>>13052

If the threads rip out of the head, the idea is, you overbore the hole and thread it for a special insert, screw the insert in and hit it with a special tool to expand the top section so it grips in the aluminum.

Then you can just screw a new plug into the insert as the inside is the same thread as what ripped out of the head.

I was SUPER lucky in that it was just very badly installed and the insert just unscrewed out of the head, the overbore threads were fine and I was able to install a new insert. If that hadn't been the case the head would have needed to be over-overbored and an oversized insert, and it would have needed to be done in one of the worst possible spots on the engine.


a1de86 No.13075

>>13053

Turns out I wasnt super lucky, shit popped off again, this time taking the rest of the threads. Shit's borked now.


30a006 No.13077

>>13075

F.

That's too bad. What's your plan now?


a1de86 No.13078

>>13077

Cylinder head R&R




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22340f No.9130[Reply]

Who hype here?

Dubs decides how many years this show outlives Flop Gear by

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d55a6a No.12963

>>12958

How many episodes of GT did you watch? It felt quite a bit less scripted toward the second half of the season.

>new Top Gear

>good

Chris Harris and Sabine Schmitz are the only ones who actually belong on the show. Rory Reid is a token black guy, Chris Evans is a fucking cunt, and Matt LeBlanc is American - he in particular doesn't belong. It's no wonder viewership dropped.

American Top Gear didn't catch on, not necessarily because the content wasn't as good, but because it wasn't Hammond, May and Clarkson presenting it. Those three have chemistry and experience that no other team of presenters have, and it's the reason they are so much more successful.


88e2f2 No.12976

>>12958

>Genuinely expecting an unrefined, brand new show with a veteran cast to be better than an almost perfected formula with expendable crew

Grand Tour only just finished its first season. I don't know if you were watching the original show back when it first started but a fucking shitton changed between S1 and say, S5. Jason Dawe went, the focus on normal, everyday cars was gradually supplanted by performance vehicles, the skits and sequences became more comedic and the initially clean show as a whole began to push the boundaries in terms of controversy. Watch an episode of S1 TG sometime, you'll immediately notice the jarring difference in comparison to the majority of its run.

What BBC is doing is protecting its IP until it fades into obscurity, where it can sit on it until a successful revival is augmented. The critical ratings may have improved from S23, but you cannot engineer a bond between a group of people like the Old New TG did. They will keep changing cast, just like the 1977 series did. More people watched the show for the banter and stunts than the cars, and it definitely shows as the viewer ratings continue to fall down the tubes.

On a second, more controversial thought, I didn't think BBC's Robot Wars revival was that good either. The new series of Battlebots was a lot better IMHO. All the good robots fucking broke after lightly tapping the wall once, and the boring flippers which got the shit kicked out of them ending up winning.


aef87c No.13012

>>12976

I must live under a rock that I didn't know Robot Wars and BattleBots came back. I loved BattleBots when I was younger.

TG is dead and never coming back.I'd watch more TGT, I do hope they stop that celebrity bit, but I felt they beat it into the ground. I do think it's just them venting how much they hated doing it on TG though.


8852c1 No.13013

>>13012

>I do think it's just them venting how much they hated doing it on TG though.

Interesting, I never thought about it this way. I always thought they wanted to do it but avoided it to not give more lawsuit ammo to the BBC. Your theory makes a little more sense.


f6a723 No.13068

>>13012

I thought it was the BBC that wanted them to stop doing the celeb interviews during the show.




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