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don't be a faggot

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324f87 No.11248[Reply]

Post your questions here.

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0038d2 No.13237

>>13226

Ok, so i gave that idea a shot.

I couldnt really tell if the rpms were changing or not since since it runs so rough and they fluctuate a bit anyways.

Took a chance and pulled the manifolds off and installed a new gasket after cleaning the mating surfaces with acetone, torqed it spec in the correct order and all that.

The manifolds didnt appear warped or anything and fit flush against the head.

The problem remains unchanged.

I also toook a look under the valve cover while I was at it, but nothing seemed amiss.

Might just have to take it to the shop at this point.




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0644fc 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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0644fc No.12947

The /o/ is back! Yay!




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94c65d 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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94c65d 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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1bbe7e No.13258[Reply]

Newfag here, I need help picking a good first vehicle. So far I have found this car. Any advice for a first time car buyer? The price is $4,600.

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2e5998 No.13260

>>13258

NADA says the high retail for an AE86 is $3k, but that is modified by scarcity and the condition of the car. How many miles are on it? Does the owner have service records or receipts for parts?

That exterior looks like shit but it could just need a good wash. Interior looks okay from the little I can see. Engine bay looks okay.

Definitely go look at it in person and inspect it thoroughly. Check for rust (especially if they salt the roads in the winter in that area), and leaks of any kind in any place in the car. Look underneath the car, jack it up if you can. Test the climate control and pay close attention for any abnormal smells. Have a mechanic inspect it if that makes you feel more comfortable. I did and it cost about $100.


1bbe7e No.13279

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OP Here

>>13260

It has 140,000 or that's what's listed

Here's a list of what he said he's done.

-celica supra rims

-basically new T3 coil overs (less than 500 miles)

-Jblood Style Front bumper from shine auto

-Buddy club exhaust

The dude said it doesn't rev over 4k however.

He says the reason might be injector, fuel pump, or a needs timing.

He says price is firm "Because I couldn't let it go for any less than what I have already paid and put into it. Lots of cool stuff on it."

He doesn't have the service records or part receipts.

What do?


437f76 No.13283

>>13279

>140k miles

Curiously low but okay.

>mods

poz but okay

>doesn't rev over 4k

>no service records or receipts

>firm on price

If I were in your position, looking at any car other than an AE86, I'd not waste any more time with it. Since it is a rare car here, it could be worth pursuing further if there aren't any other decent AE86's around. $4600 is high for anything in that condition, so unless you really, really want an AE86 and can't find any others I'd leave it there.

It sounds like the car may be in limp mode. I found this forum post:

>Nafey, i have a list of things that could be the problem, isnt 4AGE limp mode a bitch? Anywho, my ideas, from around the web (and unfortunate previous experience) ALL of which have the EXACT same problems as yours:

>-Wiring. Any dodgy connections?

>-Dodgy fuel system. In that i mean, clogged lines or filter, clogged injectors, or if yours is aussie spec … fuel lines too restrictive? Checking fuel pressure shouldn't be too difficult…

>

-02 Sensor farked or missing. To the point where the ECU thinks its running mega lean and goes into limp mode

>Both of the above and "generalisations" in regards to similar car, the few i'd be DEFINITELY checking (and have happened to me or friends) are:

>-Dizzy wired up wrong, should be

>Blue wire to Black wire

>Red wire to White wire

>Whire wire to Red Wire

>-Incorrect ignitor, or faulty. The latter happened to me, exact sPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


3480b3 No.13284

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bb4650 No.13288

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>>13279

>The dude said it doesn't rev over 4k however.

It's at this point you should turn 360° and walk away.




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58edb3 No.11822[Reply]

Because Vulcar and Ibishu.

Pic related is my Covet 4WD Turbo ECVT, 170 hp of 4WD fury in BeamNG.

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e2da1d No.13269

>>13266

If the mod was a addon and I knew how to make Scripthook.NET mods I would have made the same thing as the KR2008 KITT has: transformations.

Wagon, Sedan, and of course Super Pursuit Mode for shits 'n giggles.

With that being said, I think the sedan's rear end is too sloped near the rear window, if the creator wanted it to look like a Volvo S70.


e2da1d No.13274

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Wow, I just noticed how the Ingot looks small to the 850 ingame.

It's like comparing a V40 to a V70!


11ed08 No.13285

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Yes I know it's actually an Ibishu Covet converted to V


11ed08 No.13286

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>>13285

more pics

I'll post a link when the author releases it btw


e2da1d No.13287

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>>13285

I NEED THIS

NOW

Have a pic of VD90Rstein in return.




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591b7d No.12955[Reply]

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

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8c7230 No.13270

>>13265

do it and report back

>>13267

kmh or mph? I'm guessing kmh.

>>13268

Your US options are basically Mazdaspeed6, evo, and Subaru. The 325ix is aa rare, AWD E30, which wouldn't be super easy to work on but definitely credible. I don't think Volvo could into AWD until the mid 2000s or so, which means too many computers. That's really it afaik.

RWD sedans might actually be rarer. There are the obvious Germans, and most cars MY ~1986 and earlier. E30s are relatively common on craigslist in Oregon, I don't know about the rest of the US. If outside North America I can't help you.


8052c3 No.13276

>>13270

I actually found a coupe of Mazdaspeed 6's on Craigslist, all good prices. So I just have to with until the end of the summer until I can buy one. Anything to look out for?


1ed9b4 No.13277

>>13270

I can't afford two bicycles and a lawnmower engine, I spent all my money on my car.


6c8058 No.13281

>>13268

Old Audi with Quattro. If there was a 100 Quattro 2.6 turbo version with diff lock in Yurop, there has to be something equal to the states. They usualy go for 1500-3000 euros for models older than 1992, anything newer is not worth buying.


e33501 No.13282

>>13276

I don't know, look it up.

>>13277

boo

>>13281

Old Audi's were not very popular here afaik. At least in the PNW they are very rare. There are more Saabs on craigslist than old Audis.




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fc2fed No.13264[Reply]

An/o/ns, show me your keychains. Can anyone tell me where I can get pic related?

>inb4 newfag

f6dad5 No.13278

bumping my bread


cf7506 No.13280

>>13264

>WAT

4chan might be a better option. We don't have an active running merch thread or anything of the likes.




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799363 No.13261[Reply]

ill start with some fresh oc

8e4898 No.13271

>>13261

is that RWD?


799363 No.13275

>>13271

nah , just handbrake yanking




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9b6daa 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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728f77 No.13254

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>>13245

Those would be good areas to get but I'm thinking of stripping the flooring and adding dampening material on the floor and the wheel wells for complete silence because I can hear the rear tires. I wouldn't put under the hood I want to hear my car. I found this vid a bunch of chinks strip the car completely and add sound dampening material. Not sure how costly it is, but I would get it. Here's another vid of a guy putting material in his door.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oe6GOTybE1U

Stuff works really good.


6a0a54 No.13255

>>13254

That is expensive. Full stripping of car is never under 250 euros, without even doing anything to it.

Also i will be mad at you if you use foam/anything not-removeable for soundproofing. In 5 years there could be rust inside, but foam/cum won't let you propertly disassemble everything again.


f63410 No.13256

>>13254

>>13255

Without doing any research on the subject, I would pull up the carpets and put in dynamat. IIRC that doesn't require adhesive.


728f77 No.13272

>>13255

Yeah stripping the car would be excessive when I could just put it on the wheel wells and on the floor. I would never put foam, no way. As >>13256 says, Dynamat's probably the way to do it. I'm not real confident in stripping the carpet so I'd have to take it somewhere. I just want the tire noise eliminated if possible. Am I gonna have to find a performance oriented mechanic to do this? I don't have a mechanic I go to.


6a0a54 No.13273

>>13272

Any should do. Removing carpets usualy means taking out some interior plastics, finding where exactly the carpet ends and then then violently ripping it out (it's glued in, after all)




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10b712 No.115[Reply]

Any moto friends here?
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10b712 No.11171

>>11170

I'm not an expert but according to this graph its anywhere from $1k-$2k which is cheap even by motorcycle standards. You might even be able to get one out of state and have it shipped to you if you find a seller willing to do that with you. https://motorcyclegraph.com/usa/honda/super-cub-50


10b712 No.11174

>>11171

>>11171

Thanks for the info. I don't even have a permit or license for a bike yet. I figured I could fix one and learn on it. Could be a fun project.


23638f No.13246

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what do you think about this bike?


994d29 No.13257

>>13246

Looks like a fat midget


9cdd74 No.13262

>>11167

if you go a bit over 100cc, there is a huge market of affordable 125cc bikes that are extremely simple in construction, with parts readily available from the manufacturers.




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fe9036 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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fe9036 No.13140

Spotted a Rolls Royce a few weeks back. Fucking huge in person. It's numberplate was "2 AA" (UK).

I would have shown you guys some photos but fucking ransomware raped my C: and I did not store backups of non-crucial data like that.


fe9036 No.13147

>>13132

>Last Responder

kek


bbaf44 No.13183

>>11800

that car looks like it's seen some shit


60cc60 No.13243

File: 11e62acb4d51e01⋯.jpg (3.88 MB, 4128x2322, 16:9, Vette.jpg)

File: 79b3362325e9613⋯.jpg (4.91 MB, 4128x2322, 16:9, VetteBaCK.jpg)

>>13183

It sure has


60cc60 No.13244

File: 8cc542624337607⋯.jpg (5.33 MB, 4128x2322, 16:9, BUICK.jpg)

I also saw this Buick.




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7a5ddc No.9033[Reply]

Who here doesn't have a car?

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7a5ddc No.9322

>>9033

I have most of a car, does that count?

It has no brakes or headlights and over 600k miles on it.


7a5ddc No.9323

>>9322

Bicycle?


7a5ddc No.9325

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>>9323

>600k miles on a bicycle

lolwut


9a9836 No.13239

>>9322

>I have most of a car

What did he mean by this?


91a65a No.13241

>>13239

He said what he meant.

>no brakes or headlights and over 600k miles

So it is (was) falling apart/in pieces and barely, if at all running.




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62c32f No.13204[Reply]

In memory of that Saab someone killed. I contrubute first.

Today i did a little to much powersliding with my Audi 80. Little did i expect that someone used their spring energy to dig a new fucking roadside ditch. Went on my regular trajectory, then noticed the ditch. Little bit too late. But hey, it still runs, which means i will fix it.I am the man in a suit

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2e30ec No.13214

>>13204

I didn't kill it, someone else murdered it.

>Audi 80

Nice that the roof didn't cave. You can fix those yourself? They weren't infected with computers by that point?

>>13205

Actually Latvia according to the plate.

>>13207

What hit you? That's odd damage.


f66ffa No.13217

>>13214

I was more pointing at the russian spirit of the accident than at the real location of the crash.


48eea4 No.13218

>>13214

>What hit you?

Jacked up off-road ute drifted across from the opposite lane (driver had fallen asleep).


a6ac1d No.13233

>gently bumped my '98 Honda Accord into a pillar in a parking lot.

Please forgive me.


2a05c1 No.13234

>>13233

>no pics

Nope




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9afe27 No.8642[Reply]

>Be 2015

>Be Toyota

>Kill Scion due to paternal evolutionary convergence and shift in youth culture

>Researches new approach to win over today's youth with updated and assimilated flagship car.

>"Hmm"

>"What are these may-mays the kids speak of?"

1 month later

>"So which meme should we facelift OUR, totally NOT Subaru's GT86

to resemble???"

>???

>"I got it!"

Fast forward to March 2016

> "HEY YOUNG SPORTS ENTHUSIASTS"

>"HEARD YOU LIEK MUDKIPS"

Reception at New York Auto Show

FRS Fans: ==JUST==

Toyota: That's the spirit :^) . We'll base the 2nd gen 86 off that one XD.

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36baef No.13223

>>13221

>wrx vs golf r = miata vs mustang

Hardly. The Golf R is in the same class as the wrx (hot not hatch) has more power, more comfort, and more Germany. It's more like Miata vs Z3 M. Mustang is a completely different kind of car from the Miata - all they share is number of doors.

Which wrx is it?


e8820c No.13225

>>13223

>Mustang is a completely different kind of car from the Miata

That's the point, owning an 86 I was asked why I didn't buy a Golf R: It's absolutely not what I was looking for. Too heavy, too turbo, too many drive wheel, too much stupid german engineering, 10000 $ more, etc. If I had been shopping in that segment, a WRX would have made a much better choice, but I was shopping in the small-light-cheap-fun segment, because I wanted to return to the small-light-cheap-fun of my first car, which was an AW11 MR2


4d401a No.13227

>>13225

You'd be paying $10000 more for a car that has a mandated minimum amount of recycled plastic. German cars are in such a state that Otto's grave can produce the equivalent of 5000HP.


36baef No.13228

>>13225

>86

You implied that you had a wrx.

>in that power range and drivetrain configuration, a wrx is a much better buy.

Never mentioned an 86.


e8820c No.13232

>>13228

In case you did not notice this is an 86 thread.

I didn't say I had a WRX, I said it would have been a better buy, had I been shopping in that segment, than the shitty VW the person assumed I should have bought. And that they were an idiot for assuming I wanted an AWD turbo hot hatch when I wanted a lightweight RWD NA coupe.




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257329 No.13186[Reply]

So are muscle cars back or what?

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23cd45 No.13195

>>13193

>>13194

I always understood a "pony car" to be a car (exclusively American) that was just a sports car on a purpose-built performance platform, as opposed to an upgraded version of a shared chassis. Mustang vs Focus RS.

Wiki gives a different definition: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pony_car


a22c0f No.13199

>>13195

I've always thought the term "pony car" literally meant "a car which is like the mustang".


9eebc3 No.13208

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>>13195

>purpose-built performance platform, as opposed to an upgraded version of a shared chassis

But the first gen Mustang is famous for mostly being Falcon bits underneath. But it's far more stylish, and bit more sporting credential.

>>13199

Well that's not WRONG, they're not called pony cars for nothing. But it's more the small cheap sports car aspects being described.


bf4e72 No.13212

Back just in time to be ruined by disgusting high belt lines and have all the HP soaked up by feature bloat. I wonder how long before the Mustang, Camaro, and Charger/Challenger are reduced to a shit choice between FWD and "AWD" consisting of a rear drive tacked onto the FWD model. And how long before the Camaro's windshield/windows disappear entirely into the body.


23cd45 No.13213

>>13208

>the first gen Mustang is famous for mostly being Falcon bits underneath

I didn't know that, kek




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