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File: d2aa305efabb52b⋯.png (30.79 KB, 633x260, 633:260, $ wrench.png)

926626 No.11248[Reply]

Post your questions here.

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3a6ff5 No.12080

>>12079

>I heard offhand that Ford has gotten better but I wasn't sure if those were just made up rumors. I think they are.

You couldn't get a new anything for $12k anyway.

There are also Nissan Frontiers and Titans in crew cab. I don't know anything about them though, beyond that the newest Frontier with a crew cab is third gen (twice removed from the Hardbody).




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d1e8b2 No.11225[Reply]

Hello everyone, Saab anon here.

I got tired of looking at the brownpills and thought that we should have an active BO. I sent a claim for /o/, and now here I am. the last BO wasn't active since February

I already took the liberty of deleting the brownpills and spoilering some porn, as well as changing the board message. I also made moderation logs completely public because I like transparency.

Some things I would like to do:

>get more banners

>maybe get custom flags - like for automakers, racing teams, etc

>not be a faggot BO

Does anyone else have any suggestions? Post them here for discussion or email me. Post your new banners here as well.

Follow the rules:

http://8ch.net/o/rules.html

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9f660a No.12074

File: 7b48831f18f94c5⋯.png (46.92 KB, 300x100, 3:1, average_o_user.png)

File: 15f7dec6bad313d⋯.png (43.47 KB, 300x100, 3:1, Initial_O.png)

This is all I could think up for now. LMK if they don't fit within filesize limits or anything.




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f37549 No.11298[Reply]

Enjoy

sorry i'm using a script to dump so only one image per post

may need more than one thread

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cbae28 No.11808

>>11794

enjoyed it, thanks m8




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790e21 No.12133[Reply]

Shit normalfags say ITT

>Send a pic of my Protege5 to a (former) friend

>"nice mom van, faggot"

>He literally can't tell a van apart from a hatchback

381e83 No.12134

Hatchbacks are poor people's choice though (eurofag point of view).

On stupid things normie says, there's always the miata hate and the absolute unawareness of engines in cars in general.


56f863 No.12136

>>12133

Why not a sedan?


0c7df5 No.12137

I want a :

>mustang

>challenger

>camaro


50d308 No.12138

>>12137

This is only true in north America, having one of those in Europe is dank




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51204c No.9934[Reply]

that feel when we could have fast rumblin' tumblin' cars superior to conventional fossil fuel based cars in everyway but the jewish menace insists we continue to use GASOLINE.

For the autistic purists, you can keep your old pieces of shit and burn oil all you want, this is mostly regarding a shift in the general production of newer cars. It is a fact that despite more efficient energy systems available, the jewish menace insists on keeping everything literally a century behind in engineering.

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e9170e No.11874

>>10861

Turbine engines have similar "compression ratio" to piston engines, you can swap them pretty much.

let me give you an example, 10:1 CR can be changed to pressure ratio by making it CR^k with k being the specific heat capacity ratio of air.

which you can say is between 1.35 to 1.41 depending on where you are, I'll just use 1.4 which gives you a pressure ratio of 25.12.

to get it's thermal efficiency you'll use a complicated ass formula

1- (1/CR^(k-1)) which with the numbers I gave you with a 10:1 engine is around 60%.

with higher compression ratios and well, turbocharging, you'll get even an even higher efficiency.

if you account for mechanical drag between parts and put it around 85% (which is where the majority of regular cars are) you'll get 51% for just a 10:1 ratio.

So yea, ICE are more efficient than muh electric fags tell you.


a07905 No.11876

File: 3c9b00c38ac0ff9⋯.jpg (725.16 KB, 2048x1365, 2048:1365, 15493579_652552661572388_4….jpg)

We must engineer an IC engine that runs off of the ashes of the chosen. The holocaust never happened but it WILL.


45ec13 No.12122

>>11874

Modern GuD powerplants get more than 50% efficiency, so do marine diesels.

Diesel engines in cars get up to 40% peak efficiency, BUT they only get it at medium rpm and high load as shown in >>11131 .

To get there you would need to use a verry low powered engine and even then you would only get a good efficiency driving a constant speed on the highway.

Electric cars get a good efficiency at any speed.


d13d23 No.12124

>>12122

How do you know all this technical shit. What kind of fucking geek are you?


45ec13 No.12135

>>12124

Engineering student @ RWTH




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9f82b5 No.8705[Reply]

Anyone got some /o/ webms? Starting with a good one.

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156551 No.11914

File: f55568fa2a0cb3b⋯.webm (517.99 KB, 480x360, 4:3, 1965 porsche 911.webm)


e1f8d1 No.11924

>>11914

>eurobeat starts playing

>expecting something to go sideways

>nothing does

0/10


a35aaa No.12127

File: fa1300e86c1b568⋯.webm (1.29 MB, 704x480, 22:15, muffled_eurobeat.webm)


a35aaa No.12129

File: 008dec637baf7ad⋯.jpg (1.48 MB, 2340x4160, 9:16, 20150709_204113.jpg)

>>11924

To be fair mate, you'd be hard pressed to pull a bigger angle at that speed in a car like the old 911. He did pull enough of a drift to leave marks on the track.


918b7b No.12132

>>12129

Didn't notice that little slide before. Still underwhelming.




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21690d No.12052[Reply]

The new 2017 Ford GT is going to have a V6

a v6

Another car developed by a woman or a cuck.

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ce9eb9 No.12099

Can we blame the EPA? If they didn't do it can I blame them anyway?


48912c No.12100

>>12099

There's always something to blame the EPA for. I don't think this is it though. I think Ford is just retarded.


7e0d65 No.12102

>>12052

What's wrong with V6's?

I love them


7c339c No.12104

>>12102

They're good engines, but not for what's supposed to be a top-of-the-line flagship car. It'd be like putting an i4 in a Ferrari.


d4581f No.12131

>>12102

They're not American like a V8 is, they only beat a Inline 6 for length, which it trades for smoothness and other bonuses, no where near as sexy as a flat 6 and they're not economical like a Inline 4. They're bastards that signify compromise.




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827bf7 No.5809[Reply]

Let's give /ybt/ a shot at superior chan.

Starting off with my new shitbike.

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d0e935 No.8883

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d0e935 No.8884

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d0e935 No.8885

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d0e935 No.8886

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a35c1e No.12130

File: 7b3dbdb2831734c⋯.jpg (4.64 MB, 3871x2554, 3871:2554, Right profile.jpg)

File: 974b78657b66b9b⋯.jpg (683.82 KB, 1599x1200, 533:400, Front-right three-quarter.jpg)

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File: 39f0a67c6698d7c⋯.jpg (337.52 KB, 2013x1342, 3:2, Front-left three-quarter.jpg)

I'm fucking loving the variety of bikes we have in this thread.

None of that monogamy shit.




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be2f90 No.10884[Reply]

On two flat tires after hydroplaning into a curb.

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174890 No.11979

File: 44c9f7ebd9750b6⋯.png (112.54 KB, 568x541, 568:541, comfy homu.png)

>>11972

`wew.

>>11969

mother needs a deck that can mulch once spring comes around. easier to just give her one instead of lending mine out all the time.


026124 No.11984

>>11979

that makes sense.


2fcd66 No.11990

>>11979

Don't worry too much about the clogged fins. that looks more like compost-dirt you'd get if it was buried under dead leaves for years. Turn it over by hand see if it turns well, if yes, clean it up good, put in a fresh filter, plug and oil and crank it, chances are it'll run well.


fb9fbb No.12015

File: 8e0935702bfd626⋯.jpg (1.61 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, IMG_20170109_102516.jpg)

File: c76c34e6daee8cd⋯.jpg (1.37 MB, 3264x1836, 16:9, IMG_20170109_102457.jpg)

Carnage


358123 No.12126

File: 9dae7997654194c⋯.jpg (4.52 MB, 5312x2988, 16:9, 20160710_165335.jpg)

>>12015

>>12015

Related;

After launching off the lights, I heard a PTSSSssssss noise from under the car and a distinct lack of power. Also a ton of noise when the clutch pedal was relaxed, and went away when the pedal was depressed.

This is what we pulled out of my bell housing a few weeks later.




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fb16ca 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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602ecb No.12053

>>12051

>>12045

I forgot to mention about filters, more pleats (folds in the paper) means better filtering but less airflow. That's all you need truly need to know when picking air filters. that and oil-impregnated air filters suck dick. sage for double post


dade90 No.12069

>>12047

Thanks a lot. I'm still learning.

>>12051

>>12053

Gonna look for a balance between airflow and more pleats, thanks.


83f5af No.12116

File: 8e1efeb760513c4⋯.png (344.6 KB, 720x482, 360:241, vlcsnap-2017-01-16-01h04m3….png)

What car is this? It appears in a 1956 Italian film.


602ecb No.12117

File: 8abc62b4c46656c⋯.jpg (567.82 KB, 1659x996, 553:332, Morris_Oxford_Bj_ca_1950.JPG)

File: cf7df5cc8713cd7⋯.jpg (174.01 KB, 800x531, 800:531, Morris_Oxford_MO_1952.jpg)

>>12116

A reverse-image-search shows it's a 1950 Morris Oxford. Couldn't accurately tell you what color it is in the film, but I'd guess it's this sage green color.


83f5af No.12125

>>12117

Thanks my man, I didn't even think of using reverse image search.




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758607 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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dd4028 No.12077

File: 07d388420f2cb2b⋯.jpg (97.57 KB, 1023x525, 341:175, hbrake.jpg)

>>12075

>fastback Miata

MY HANDBRAKE IS FULLY ENGAGED


325f51 No.12084

File: 0e4beda55cd9411⋯.png (28.31 KB, 443x395, 443:395, 1446322897227.png)

>>10793

>That puke in the 4th pic


43bc8a No.12088

>>11975

I'm not sure on this, but I seem to remember reading somewhere this was staged for research purposes to see how people would react.


b9a070 No.12098

>>12075

Part of why I want one is to have the top down. The fastbacks do look cool though. Not sure how I feel about that mustang window though.


867095 No.12123

>>12098

I would love an MX-5 coupé, to have a nice and solid hardtop for winter driving and roll over safety, but I guess that would fuck with the low center of gravity and the light weight too much.




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2f1978 No.11992[Reply]

What's your opinion on vanity plates? Do you have one? Would you get one? Can you Euro's get them or is that an American thing? What about the custom plates for sports teams? Or is the plate something you don't really care about? A long time ago I made a thread about needing front plates and when I get my Mx5 I plan on not putting the front plate on. I thought about getting a custom plate, but i don't know yet.

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91d739 No.11995

>>11992

>can yuros get them?

Not as a special plate as we are required to have front and rear plates.

However, in Belgium and UK, you can pay a small amount of money for choosing a plate with numbers and letters of your choice if available.


2f1978 No.11996

>>11993

I can't think of anything that clever. I'd get a hockey one though. I don't like our normal plate. It's pretty ugly.

>>11995

Any idea what happens with the EU plates the UK had? Do they give them back now? Or is that too much of a bother?


91d739 No.11999

>>11996

the only "EU" thing on the plate was the small blue ribbon with the 12 yellow stars on the right side of the plate. Nothing will change.


2ff4b3 No.12033

If I had a fancy car, it would be nice, like if I had a DeLorean, I might get OUTAFLX or something.


d28548 No.12121

>>11993

>American Football is fucking dumb.

them be fighting words




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1ace58 No.11904[Reply]

For car lovers all around the world.

> ITT post your ride

> where u live

> what you plan on doing to your ride in 2017

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b10b6a No.12114

>>12113

same car tony drove in first episode of sopranos by chance?


c03a92 No.12115

>>12107

how is it? seems like a great comfy DD


09d916 No.12118

>>12111

I get not liking the lights (previous owner put those in along with all the cosmetic stuff of the car amd I kinda like it) but why not the debadged grill? Gotta optimize that airflow somehow


ee1f95 No.12119

>>12118

It looks like some low-grade tuner did this because it´s an easy modification of the car… Where I live, only the worst kind of peope do that (so my head doesn't like it).


a01ff9 No.12120

>>12115

Everything just feels so damn smooth. This thing glides to 60 in about 6 seconds it's an incredible trade-in from my Civic and I can easily see myself using this guy for another 10 years or more if I keep maintenance up. The build quality on everything is rock solid and the seats are comfy as fuck. I wish I can pictures on me




File: 4e008c68d98de78⋯.jpg (91.29 KB, 880x558, 440:279, f150.jpg)

bed05f No.12049[Reply]

>new F150

>somehow uglier than the last one

c733ec No.12050

File: 9369f58f5a5de5c⋯.jpg (74.79 KB, 1024x682, 512:341, mazda-bseries-8.jpg)

File: d4cb9df040594fb⋯.jpg (50.65 KB, 650x420, 65:42, Hi-Lux.jpg)

>/o/ general

>on /o/

I agree about the F150 though. Have some good-looking trucks.


cc79bc No.12070

File: ad818fd179c6ccd⋯.jpg (25.96 KB, 480x360, 4:3, 54cb0ecb4b417_-_rare-and-r….jpg)

File: 060dc09cd0f8f83⋯.jpg (308.13 KB, 1600x1200, 4:3, 1983_Dodge_D150_Sweptline.jpg)

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File: 3c7ef273288dd4a⋯.mp4 (8.81 MB, 480x360, 4:3, Reverend Horton Heat - Rur….mp4)

The issue with modern trucks is they're basically cars now a days. People want something to lug their family in and whatever useless shit they buy, and something for the winter and all that, which trucks do. So the Big three respond by making them more car like, in ride, fuel, and styling (for better or for worse).

People can wax carrot about how small hybrids are the future, but the big three dominate sales with trucks. You can't explain it as being all fleet sales either, nor can that justify the BMW-level +$60,000 tag on the high end models (I wish manufactures would take this as a sign and make boats again, fuck the eurocucks for taking them away).

Anyways have some sexy trucks.


88e780 No.12106

>>12049

It looks okay.

>>12050

I like these way more though.




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8afa11 No.12006[Reply]

>No thread about stereos

You guys listen to music right?

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8afa11 No.12034

File: 486678cf69198ae⋯.jpg (91.11 KB, 1000x1000, 1:1, koomus.jpg)

>>12029

I just got a phone mount that holds your phone near the CD slot magnetically. I like it and imagine it's pretty similar to having an Android head unit.


8afa11 No.12076

File: 80e0c42b37a5612⋯.jpg (18.41 KB, 450x338, 225:169, bookshelf_speax.jpg)

Bump with a question; I've been thinking of getting some bookshelf speakers from the thrift store, extracting the drivers, and putting them in my car. Anyone here try this?


4c7c4e No.12078

>>12076

I've never tried it but it seems like it would work. I know that car amps are basically the same as desktop amps. You would probably have to adapt the wiring though.


3d646f No.12090

>>12076

> from the thrift store

as a former thrift rat that's a bad idea unless you're stupid lucky to find something decent. it'd be easier and a better use of your time/money to grab a cheap set of new speakers.


8afa11 No.12101

>>12090

There's a Goodwill in a particularly nice area near me that gets a lot of "dated but good" audio equipment, so it shouldn't be too hard. I could just do Pyles or something but I'm convinced I can get a better home speaker for the same price.




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