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Posted: Dec 19 2016, 10:11 AM


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QUOTE (xiao @ 22 minutes, 12 seconds ago)
★ It used to be Justin Bieber's old ride before he went on to crashing Ferrari's awesome.gif

★ Black on Black Lambo's look ACE as FOCK!!! w00t2.gif

ah, that explains alot, he did his test crashes on that car before trashing the more expensive cars.

i must admit it is pretty cool even it it has been sitting in the back of my shelf for quite some time. i dont recall who gave it to me but i have a good idea who it might've been. im not a big fan of super cars, TBH they all look rather similar to each other with a few differences in body style.

i do admit that some do have very neat designs, but they're useless to buy unless you have the mullah or if your chosen city to drive in is the crater city.
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Posted: Dec 19 2016, 12:36 PM


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QUOTE (xiao @ Yesterday, 11:25 PM)
★ Bought a new car today ... curtesy of being Usher's new producer ~ try not to playa-hate da xiao™ yo: http://www.emoticons.free.fr/smileys/Default/blush.gif

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★ Look at how clean that shiz look on my new 36" dubz Countaché bro's ~ http://www.emoticons.free.fr/smileys/Action-Smoke/smoke2.gif

★ The dealer didn't lemme take milk & bread pics cause he said that'd void the warranty (ohh too hot!) wheels

That slides just this one time. Please don't put obvious shitposts in this thread.
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Posted: Dec 20 2016, 02:57 PM


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Oh wow! Didn't know that you had an FR-S xiao! Coolio. Does it go as fast as the BR-Z?

Not sure if I posted this already but this is what the car looked like before air deflectors. tongue.gif

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Posted: Dec 20 2016, 03:33 PM


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QUOTE (xiao @ Yesterday, 9:49 AM)
★ It used to be Justin Bieber's old ride before he went on to crashing Ferrari's awesome.gif

★ Black on Black Lambo's look ACE as FOCK!!! w00t2.gif

U mean Chris brown right

My Company just bought a used BYD in China, we need a cheap car to get around for delivery

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QUOTE (Tessou @ Dec 19 2016, 02:36 PM)
That slides just this one time. Please don't put obvious shitposts in this thread.

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QUOTE (THE_HONDA_CG2 @ Yesterday, 4:57 PM)
Oh wow! Didn't know that you had an FR-S xiao! Coolio. Does it go as fast as the BR-Z?

ahaha ~ I just went to go test-drive lol user posted image

That was the only model they had at the ToyoScion dealership. It was an automatic ... and surprisingly I loved driving it better than the MT BRZ I test drove a couple of months earlier.

The FR-S feels lighter than the Subbie though they weigh the same ~ tbh they're both sweet rides!

You & your hubbs should go test drive one just for kicks like me ~ it's such a well-balanced car, albeit a tad under-powered, it's hard to say anything bad about it at all! happy.gif

QUOTE (N643 @ Yesterday, 5:33 PM)
U mean Chris brown right

What do you mean? Is it too late now to say sorry! crying2.gif derp.gif
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Posted: Dec 21 2016, 04:28 PM


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Hubbs? I'm still very unmarried and happy about it! I have a pal who just bought one and when I was riding in it, I felt the fast. I was looking into getting one myself when deciding to buy the Impreza. I'm in love the lines and styling for the BR-Z, not to crazy about the Scion version for some unexplained reason. Ultimately, I went with the hatchback because it is bigger and has more utility.

I don't understand why they didn't make the BR-Z/FR-S a 2 seater. The backseats in those things are useless.
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QUOTE (THE_HONDA_CG2 @ Yesterday, 6:28 PM)
I don't understand why they didn't make the BR-Z/FR-S a 2 seater. The backseats in those things are useless.

I know right! ~ I was in love with the BRZ in sleek WRX Pearl Blue but then I kind'a started liking the silver Scion. It's really a shame that the new 2017 model looks absolutely blehh! crying2.gif

I dropped the backseats to take a couple of pics & thought it looked waaay better + plus removing 'em takes a bit of weight off the car ... weight on any car is never good imo.

If I get one ~ it's gonna be a 2016 FR-S or a new BRZ & the only mod's I'm gonna make are:

・ Remove the backseats
・ New steering wheel w/o an airbag
・ Digital Defi gauges
・ Startup sound FX (I've no clue how to even go about that)
・ New exhaust

Mattx0rz got a big stereo but I felt it was purty darn good ... I don't need a huge bass. No push-start button either ~ I like the twist & rev start-up mechanism of old cars.

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Hello,

new to the forum.

current cars are:

2007 corvette
1984 corvette

past cars were:
1979 firebird
1999 corvette
2014 sonic
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ill post pics of the vettes over the weekend. building my c4 for tight cornering and downhill, c6 for uphill/ highway cornering
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Posted: Jan 12 2017, 04:57 PM


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Some of you might have seen me in the what car to buy thread so you might already know but I'm the proud owner of an 2005 Mitsubishi lancer rallyart. 160HP of fun. Not much of a car compared to what some of you drove but it makes me happy looking at it every time I see it and I'm even happier every time I drive it.

Might post some pics soon.

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Posted: Jan 12 2017, 06:18 PM


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QUOTE (Zergax @ 1 hour, 21 minutes ago)
Some of you might have seen me in the what car to buy thread so you might already know but I'm the proud owner of an 2005 Mitsubishi lancer rallyart. 160HP of fun. Not much of a car compared to what some of you drove but it makes me happy looking at it every time I see it and I'm even happier every time I drive it.

Might post some pics soon.

Congrats.

Kind of curious how the 2.4L MIVEC does in the rev department compared to the 2.3L MZR on the Mazda 3s. Both produce the same power.
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QUOTE (RalliKai @ 15 minutes, 50 seconds ago)
Congrats.

Kind of curious how the 2.4L MIVEC does in the rev department compared to the 2.3L MZR on the Mazda 3s. Both produce the same power.

Thank you! smile.gif

And what do you mean exactly? How's the gear ratio? What is the rev limiter set at? What's the ideal powerbar?
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1996 Ford F-150 4x4 XL 5.0 V8 Single Cab w/ Long Bed and Two 13(?) Gallon Gasoline Tanks
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Backstory on this baby:

My parents were generous enough to gift me a 2004 Tacoma for school. Unfortunately, it unexpectedly snowed in the middle of April last year, which caused the highways to ice over.

It being April and not having snow for a month, the city didn't salt the roads for a few hours and I was clueless about avoiding the ice. I was on the way to a job orientation and drove over a section of the highway that was iced over. I spun 180 degrees on the highway at 55MPH and hit the concrete median head on. Luckily I survived, but the Tacoma didn't. According to the police officer who responded to the incident, there were about 20 wrecks on the South bound route alone.

After receiving my good ol' insurance money, I paid my parents back on the payments they made on the truck and found this F-150. It was in great condition and was as rust free as you can get for a 20 yr. old truck in the Midwest. The best part was that it only had 75,000 miles!

After driving this thing for roughly 9 months, it's definitely my favorite vehicle I've owned. The 5.0 runs great and it's utility for moving shit is awesome. Has a few things that need to be replaced from regular wear and tear, but otherwise it's mechanically sound! And the best part about it is.... its VINYL flooring. Such easy cleaning! 'MERICA

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Posted: Feb 1 2017, 06:28 PM


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So I never made a build thread for it (I should have, enough shit happened with it) but the Capri XR2 is gonna get replaced soon. I've finally got another turbo for it after the second one shat the bed, and I think I can fix the problem with oil puking out of the breather port, but the car has fallen out of my love. The body is flawless, the interior is spotless, but the engine despite being low-mileage has some critical issues I'm not sure I can repair. Plus, the last time I drove it the aforementioned breather issue caused a dangerous amount of oil to leave the engine, so I don't know if the internals are okay either.

As a result, I'll be repairing the Capri and then selling it. It was my first turbo car, I learned a lot, and I'm definitely gonna miss that punch of 200 whp coming on as the turbo whines to life. However, as luck would have it, I've found a new addiction. Here we go again...

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'96 Acura Integra RS. Base model of base models, no VTEC, no ABS, no cruise control, all that good jazz. The good is the low mileage and how clean the mechanicals are, plus the clean and totally stock interior. Bad is that the body's not perfect (but considering how much it was, I don't care--not to mention I want a JDM front end which means replacing everything fenders forward anyway) and that the clutch isn't quite disengaging perfectly. The slave cylinder looks like absolute ass though so I'm suspecting that first. I'll bleed it, check for improvement, replace it and bleed it, check for improvement...and if that doesn't work, then yeah, clutch time. Then of course all the age-related stuff (needs new wheels, tires, bushings, yadda yadda). It's also a California '96, which means the smog regs are harsher due to being OBDII.

Holy shit though, after only a single drive I totally fell in love with this thing. I haven't felt this way since the time I drove sideways's Corolla GT-S. That is, that sensation of "Wow, I totally understand why people love these things so much." Mine needs some suspension parts replaced and still handles like it's on rails. The car's light and despite having about as much power as my old Legacy it seems to pull more strongly. Popping the hood, everything is laid out so that accessing it doesn't require dismantling 50 other things. You immediately get the sense that this was made by someone who loves engines. The aftermarket is also bustling, so most of the major components are available and inexpensive. Hell, people sell bits to turn this motor into a VTEC, which I may have to look into.

All in all, the start of another fun project/daily. cool.gif
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QUOTE (Nomake Wan @ 2 hours, 3 minutes ago)
Acura Integra

That is one of the sexiest cars ever designed ~ up until it became the RSX … nice find! wub.gif

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Good find for an integra that is super clean. Are you gonna mod it?
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Hondas are stupid fun for no goddamn good reason. You're really going to love that car.
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QUOTE (xiao @ Yesterday, 8:31 PM)
nice find! wub.gif

Thanks!

QUOTE (The Sixth Element @ 1 hour, 17 minutes ago)
Good find for an integra that is super clean. Are you gonna mod it?

I intend to put the JDM front end on it (my excuse to keep the body the mess it is for a while) and put a VTEC head on it. Other than that, nothing special. I'm not going full crazy, just fun daily driver.

QUOTE (Spaz @ 40 minutes, 58 seconds ago)
Hondas are stupid fun for no goddamn good reason. You're really going to love that car.

I already am. For all its niggles it's just a blast to bomb around in.

I did some more experimenting and I'm now pretty sure it's the clutch slave being a bitch. If you slam the pedal and shift it works fine, so yeah, time for a bleed and maybe a replacement cylinder. I'd do it now but bleeding a clutch by myself sucks ass so I'll do it this weekend when I have people to help out available to make it faster.
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QUOTE (Nomake Wan @ 42 minutes, 45 seconds ago)
I did some more experimenting and I'm now pretty sure it's the clutch slave being a bitch. If you slam the pedal and shift it works fine, so yeah, time for a bleed and maybe a replacement cylinder. I'd do it now but bleeding a clutch by myself sucks ass so I'll do it this weekend when I have people to help out available to make it faster.

Gravity bleed if you need to do it yourself, you'll thank me later. That's how my techs bleed everything in the shop.

If you do replace the slave, do yourself a favor and just replace the master at the same time. I've seen more times than I can count that one clutch cylinder goes out, and the increased pressure from the new, properly functioning cylinder takes out the other old one. Doing them both will prevent twice the downtime and only require you to bleed the system once.
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Having gotten food with N1 and seeing the Integra, I'm honestly astounded at how (functionally) mint the car is. The engine bay is soooooooo clean its kinda ridiculous.

Meanwhile, my (project) car has solicitors under the hood, with a baby to boot. Really need to throw it up on a lift (as N1 has been reminding me that I should) and checking out all the mystery issues before Mr./Ms. Rod(s) decide that they want to see the world in a whole new way.

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QUOTE (Spaz @ 5 hours, 1 minutes ago)
Gravity bleed if you need to do it yourself, you'll thank me later. That's how my techs bleed everything in the shop.

If you do replace the slave, do yourself a favor and just replace the master at the same time. I've seen more times than I can count that one clutch cylinder goes out, and the increased pressure from the new, properly functioning cylinder takes out the other old one. Doing them both will prevent twice the downtime and only require you to bleed the system once.

Yeah I usually subscribe to that philosophy...except the clutch master literally looks brand spanking new and isn't leaking. If it goes, it goes, that sucks... but I can gravity bleed the slave cylinder. Can't do that with a new master. I mean, I can, it just takes longer since new topmost component and all that.

As for gravity bleed, yeah, I watched a ton of videos since this is my first hydraulic clutch car, so my reasoning is more that I don't want to have to get in, mess with the clutch, check the master/bottle, mess with the clutch, etc. I just want someone in the car messing with the clutch while I handle the engine bay.

QUOTE (PandaApex @ 1 hour, 58 minutes ago)
Meanwhile, my (project) car has solicitors under the hood, with a baby to boot. Really need to throw it up on a lift (as N1 has been reminding me that I should) and checking out all the mystery issues before Mr./Ms. Rod(s) decide that they want to see the world in a whole new way.

Yeah, I'm not sure what's up with his car after having poked at it. It has random wires in odd places, one of which seemed to be used to rig the tiny electric fan to run all the time, but jumping it didn't do anything but spark the wire. He's got two tiny electric fans and we're not sure either are working. Thankfully he also has a clutch fan on the motor itself, so it's not overheating (for now).

However, as he mentioned ever since buying it there's been a worrying rattle around 2000~3000 RPM that, having now finally heard it in person, I'm fairly concerned is rod knock. Hopefully he can get it up on a lift, drop the crossmember and oil pan, and start poking at conrods. Better to know 100% for sure that it is or isn't than it is to leave it a mystery. Better to plan your next move that way.
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QUOTE (Nomake Wan @ Feb 1 2017, 07:28 PM)
So I never made a build thread for it (I should have, enough shit happened with it) but the Capri XR2 is gonna get replaced soon. I've finally got another turbo for it after the second one shat the bed, and I think I can fix the problem with oil puking out of the breather port, but the car has fallen out of my love. The body is flawless, the interior is spotless, but the engine despite being low-mileage has some critical issues I'm not sure I can repair. either.


We should've known the Capri was a little cursed when it got it's tires slashed, leaving us stranded in palm springs for the night.
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Yeah that was pretty fucked up. The sad part is that if the problem with the breather really does turn out to be the valve cover baffle seals failing, it means I could've had the problem solved back in the summer of 2015 had I just gone to the trouble of dismantling and reassembling them when I did the valve cover job then. facepalm.gif

Ah well. I'll get it running, clean the hell out of it so it looks nice again, and then we'll see what'll happen. My dad might want it back, who knows.

EDIT: No, he doesn't want it back, he wants an Integra. awesome.gif

As an update to the clutch thing, bleeding the system brought back a bit of pressure which is now enough that it shifts a lot better. It still shifts a little hard at times, but he and I are now fairly sure it's because the synchros have been beat to shit due to the bad clutch hydraulics. At least now you can shift at high RPMs and rev-match downshifts. It's much more driveable now. I'm happy.

Next up is fixing the rear suspension, getting wheels and tires, and replacing the exhaust (because I hate the raspy stock exhaust and a full catback is only $230 shipped).

EDIT: 2/15/2017 update!

Rear suspension is fixed, rear windshield sprayer fixed (mostly to seal the gap in the roof from where it was broken), new tires are on ('proper' wheels and tires will come later), and I even managed to fix the 'broken' gas cap door. I've got a new head unit to go in as well, plus a windshield mount for my phone so I'm all legal and shit with it. Car also has a new air filter, so woot on that. Basically, all good all around. Well, except the clutch, which it looks like the slave cylinder is bad after all. Over time it's started to go back to the way it was, which makes it seem like the slave is letting air in slowly. Fortunately I have a slave cylinder already, so I just have to make time to swap them. No big deal.

My dad also bought an Integra of his own, though he paid less than half of what I did for his. And it shows--his has twice the mileage as mine and was in quite the little front-end fender-bender at some point. Plus it lived a while under a tree, so it's a real mess. We're gonna take a shop vac to it (once we buy a new shop vac since we haven't had one since living in NY) and detail it once the weather lets up a bit, but mechanically speaking it seems to be okay. Sure, it's not a great looker, but so what? Just means it has 'potential'. cool.gif

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Have I mentioned Integras are awesome? awesome.gif

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QUOTE (MattW @ Feb 17 2017, 07:37 PM)
*sexiness*

Still as hawt as ever, man. Also, it's awesome seeing you contributing to Blipshift. How've things been?
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Current: '10 BMW M3, '91 Nissan 240sx, '05 VW GTI.

Previous: '10 Chevy Camaro SS, '06 Audi S4, '10 Audi S4, '01 Honda S2000, '90 Nissan 240sx, '95 Nissan 240sx, '91 Nissan 240sx, '91 Nissan 240sx, '90 Nissan 240sx, '86 Toyota Cressida, '89 Toyota Cressida. Might have missed some, but those are what I remember off the top of my head.

Didn't post photo's because wasn't sure if they were a requirement to reply here haha. If they are though, I will take some.

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