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ITT : sexy bikes preferably cafe racers
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Been super into this Japanese cafe(?) style recently and have been kind of looking for a bike to build one. Doubt I will any time in the near future though.

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Does Alpine have a future?
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It's a Nissan
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they should cut down on all that lux shit to get something 50K
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>>20710866
>Does Alpine have a future?
no

I get it, nobody wants it. But it seems Toyota is trying to appeal to us autists by advertising the manual more. I don’t like the car, but I appreciate their effort
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>>20706492
too bad they need Mazda to tune their cars to be more fun to drive
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>>20706492
>Fwd manual hatchback
>Made by toyota

This might be the next starter hot hatch

Don't hate on it or we'll lose another great car
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>>20710373

>Hence, Toyota making this car in addition to its new “sporty” marketing is trying to cater to us

Well they must be real fucking stupid catering to a market that can't even afford a shit box.
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>>20706492
I don't need an econobox, but if I did I'd buy this one. Test drove one for fun and I like it.
>OP BTFO
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>>20706678
dis nigga....

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>Toyota AE86 GT-S
>112hp (128hp JDM only)
>1100kg
>102hp/tonne
>solid axle
>basically a tin can
>base MSRP 10.7k USD circa 1985
>costs 25.3k adjusted for inflation

>Toyota GT86/Subaru BRZ
>205hp
>1200kg
>171hp/tonne
>independent rear
>5 star crash safety

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>>20710628
>>20710635
Okay and?
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>>20710216
>>20710549
>drive "fun" cars
>both drivers look miserable
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>>20710223
B A S E D
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>>20710216
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>>20710216
I'd buy one, but college says no right now. I only hope that they still sell them when I graduate and have a job.

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these tato niggas hosting events edition

driftan
grippan
rippan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmIrTitSyq8
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What age do u get the big boy car?

Everyone i know seems to have the big boy car by the time they are 25-26

im 29 and still have the shit
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I had big-boy car when I was 18. Then the economy went to shit. Now I'm 29 and drive my 24 year old miata.
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>>20709547
this

the hypebeast driving a c7 z06/ m4/ zl1 in his late 20s is in about 1000 a month in insurance and payments, and then they have a shitty rental home or apartment for another 1500 a month. all to show off to their friends and parents and people who they dont give a fuck about at their high school reunion for some imaginary cool cookies
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don’t judge your progress against others op. i won’t lie to you and tell you that life isn’t a race, because it is, but it’s a lot more fun when you don’t care about it. focus on what makes you happy day to day. get an iced coffee and take the long way home and watch your favorite show on netflix. you can always afford a cool unique used car for not a lot of money.

i think there’s a lot of beauty in the struggle and the fact you’re still pushing and grinding away says a lot, hang in there
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>>20709266
my childish toy car is my big boy car as I have 0 use for a big boy car and it would be a waste of money and effort to get one. So the only mature descision is to use kids car as bigboy one.
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>>20709281
jokes on you i went through my mid life crisis at 25

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>>20708567
why? what redeeming quality does it have?
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>>20709229
Stfu every Nissan matter

https://youtu.be/NLfpyLamlWw
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>>20708567
Emilio Emanuel Estrada get back inside before i hit you mi chancla
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>>20708567
im old enough to remember when these were new.
Certified garbage and Nissan last attempt at putting a huge R badge on something so the kids would get off scions dick
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>>20709177
I remember those. Nice car. Was a great time when the manufacturers were trying to get in on the low cost, low insurance, fun car craze. Civic SI. SVT Focus. RSX Type S. Even the infamous SRT4. I'm a V8 guy, but those tight little sub 200hp cars have their own appeal I can appreciate.

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Is it actually a good car for beginners?
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>>20710687
Yes it is
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It is one of the most perfect cars for beginners since it's also incredibly practical for almost next to nothing in maintenance, buying and running costs. Also fun to wrench on.
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>>20710708
>>20710723
until you realize safety is nonexistant
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>>20710783
the fear teaches you how to drive better
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>>20710783
It's a ton safer than many other really common alternatives in europoor like for example Polo2, Fiat Uno, Panda, Nissan Micra K11, Mazda 121, Fiesta MK3 and KA and many more.

Still no were CLOSE as safe as a brand spanking new hatchback but again, safer than most in its class when it was new and especially safer than even older compact cars that are still really common on the roads

Just bought a 99 XJ. Everything seems to be in order except pic related, seems like someone welded the sway bar brackets to the frame after shearing a bolt off.
Would this cause problems now and or/due to a future 3 inch lift?
As you can see other miscellaneous bolts are missing as well
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youre gonna wanna just remove the sway bar and links all together if you're lifting it homie
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>>20708557
And install one for the lift? I didn't see anything about removing sway bars when I was researching
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You can not remove sway bars on road with coil springs it will drive unsafe as fuck.

Fix the sway bar mounts properly OP. Grind that clobbered mess off clean it up and remove the broken off bolt. You could try welding a nut to the broken bolt it might back out.
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>>20709150
Will do. Just noticed this after buying and figured I might have to regardless of lifting

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Does anyone else jam a knife into parked cars with completely bald tires? I consider it a public service of sorts.
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>front tires are 18 months older than rear and are pretty close to the wear marks but aren't cracking
>just enough rubber left to last the summer and get brand new tires when the rainy season rolls around

it's a good feel.
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>>20708436
Kill yourself before you kill anyone else
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>>20707807
one slick is more road safe and provides more grip than the last 5 sets of tyres combined you had on your shitbox.
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>>20710666
you dense cunt. if that was true why wouldnt every car runs slicks. do you think its somehow more expensive to not cast grooves? its for anything other than dry conditions. back to the bus.
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>>20708441
There is literally nothing wrong with used tires

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What sort of aut/o/ racing do you watch?
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global Mazda mx-5 cup
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Formula-E
dakkar
any rally i come across
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Simracing
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I'll usually watch whatever is streaming for free. I pay for MotoGP. I only really pirate Supercars, WEC and sometimes Indycar.

I am sad that European Formula 3 got gutted.

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What are your thoughts on the 2020 R8?
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>>20708596
this
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>>20708570
It loses that iconic bubble shape with a drop top. Really don't like it.
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>>20708628
So auto-only
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>>20708849
>Car automatically changes gears
>"Is it still an "automatic"? Of course not."
You're pretty dumb desu
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>>20708570
Saw a new convertible one yesterday when driving. Definitely from the last few years style wise. They’re absolutely gorgeous and sound incredible. Auto or not, knowing I’ll never own one hurts

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What type of person and vehicle match very well?
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>>20710087
Didn't even notice that I was replying to a namefag. Makes sense now. Duly noted
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>>20707430
Nail hit right on the fucking head.
>Pibull in the passenger seat.
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>>20700575
Fucking lol, I drive one of those and look eerily similar to that. Well done Anon.
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>>20707478
that's more of a Fist or VXR driver.

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Can I just buy a newer CD/radio thing to just put in or does the whole system need to be replaced?
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>>20709784
you just need a wiring harness made for your vehicle, some butt connectors, a crimping tool and usually a mounting kit. Once you connect the wiring harness to your new radio with the butt connectors and insert the mounting kit into the hole where your old radio used to be, you just plug it into the existing connection and you're done.

If there's already an aftermarket radio in there you can reuse it's wiring harness and won't need to buy another mounting kit.

It's extremely easy, I watched my friend do it once when I was like 14 and was able to do several cars since then with no issues
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>>20709784
unless its a ford then youre fucked
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>>20709784
Yes, but beware, if you want steering wheel controls the adapter harness is expensive
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>>20710606
Depends on the model year

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What scan tool does /o use?
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An Ancel AD310, works pretty damn well for the money
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Verus edge at work, bluedriver at home
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Every blutooth scanner I find doesn't work with in Australia
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>>20710156
Autel 908-reads most new up to 08 abs airbag reset
Actron cp9185
Reads most old and new
Obd1 +2,
live data obd1
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Autel 906 and an older Modis. CRP 129 for basic code resets and monitor checks.


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