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If you live in the US, this chart is your best place to start looking. International posters outside the US may have region specific options not shown here!
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Need a VIN checked? Search the catalog (https://boards.4chan.org/o/catalog) for an existing VIN check thread before making your own.

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My Iridium sparkplugs exceeded 100k miles last week. Why would I want to change them out? The engine/vehicle is functioning optimally. No issues whatsoever.
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>>23258616
i would change mine every other oil change.
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>>23259472
>If your engine isn't a pile of crap you can run regular coppers on it for the better part of 100k without even needing to take them out to check the gap.
kek
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>>23254656
$40 + $300 labor
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>>23254639
1. preventive maintenance
2. if its a Subaru, most def change them out
3. change them now and don't worry about your engine shitting itself
4. seriously it like 50 buck, don't chimp out on maintenance
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>>23260452
spark plugs are the easiest thing to yourself, unless you have some retard car that requires you to pull shit off.

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Groove edition

>Motorcycle Questions & Answers
>Motorcycle Tips & Tricks
>Motorcycle Gear & Accessories
>Motorcycle Pics & Webms
>Motorcycle Dissatisfaction
>scooter love

MEET, FIGHT, RIDE WITH JANNIES
>Map's fucking fucked, mate, big time

Don't have a bike? Get started on one today!:
>http://a2bikes.co.uk
>https://cycle-ergo.com

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>>23260517
this has been debunked
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>>23260525
Bad slow edit
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>>23260528
>edit
>newfag doesn't even have 4x
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Trolls are hungry today.
Feels good to be at work making money watching spergs sperg
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I am working from home because my wife called in sick. So far I've approved our wagies' timecards, drank coffee and ate the breakfast my wife made, and corrected the samefag's image.

Youre back to 2005 and 15 years younger.

What car would you buy, and could afford?
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>>23260382
>first game
Underground was the seventh NFS game, zoomie.
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>>23260195
I would just put all my money in APPL.
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>>23260195
>ok, I have a car now but how do I get gas?
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I would've been 7 at the time, but if I could afford a car with my current budget if this were 2005, probably a foxbody or an E30 owned by an old person wanting rid of it.
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>>23260506
From a cow's udders

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post your car, r8 others
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>>23260468
Man the only problem I really have with older Lexus cars is how absolutely basic they look for a luxury car, like they look so bland and uninspiring both inside and out.
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>>23260150
nice
>>23260446
nice
>>23260476
nice
>>23260492
what about my 2004? im in love with it
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>>23260512
nice
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>>23260150
Looks classy, despite the wheels.
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>>23260476
>>23260479
>>23260487
Believe it or not, my uncle has the Evo II as his daily, thing has been driven extremely hard over the years and jurry rigged together countless times, but still manages to get around.
Some asshat stole the wing off it.

>>23260512
What's that, a GS something? I like the front end of those, wasn't the Toyota Aristo of that vintage the exact same car aside for badging? I was planning on buying one, but I ended up buying another BMW instead, an E66 730d. Regret the BMW desu as it's ugly as shit inside and out and not all that fun to drive, should've swallowed my pride and bought the Aristo instead or kept my E38 7 series

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can you tell me how to avoid excess soot on mazda skyactiv-d 1.5l 105 hp engine. I think there were injector problems and a too rich mixture.
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>>23257868
Diesel isn't meant to have egr. Egr in diesel decreases nox but the low combustion temperature increases particulates in stead, and introduces soot in the intake line because dieselis direct injected so there's no fuel to wash soot down.

Now we have adblue, so we can kill nox without egr. Still carmakers put egr on diesel.

Yay for car companies cheaping out on development costs
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then it is mechanically impossible to reduce soot on injectors and exhaust valves?

when the particulate filter is in automatic recycling cycle
how to drive on a highway very fast or moderate?
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>>23259920
That's what happens when you let communists try to be in charge of designing engines. They just make everything worse.
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>>23257569
You basically can't, the sky-D sucks ass, there's a reason SkyActive diesel Mazdas sell for lower price than gasoline. Should have gotten the gasoline in a small city car.
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>>23260535
not the communists but the ecologists

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sup fellas, im looking for a small, quiet pickup with good fuel economy to take on family trips
preferably japanese but as long as it's dependable then I dont mind.

the mazda b series comes to mind, but unfortunately they're rather hard to come across. tacomas look cool but their kind rather big and loud, and ridgelines are awful on gas
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>>23258401
what's this obsession with the remote possibility of going off road?
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for the record I think vans are really capable work vehicles. from personal experience, needing to load a trash pump or stack bags of concrete is way easier in a knee high side door vs a waist high tail gate.

they have their limitations though. I have a 20' tandem axle bumper pull trailer I use to move my 45hp tractor and brush mower several times a year, weighing around 10k all together. I'm not aware of any vans sold in the US rated to tow that. But I have a cousin that decided he hated working for other people so he's a general handyman, and does all his business out of an old dodge caravan with the back seats removed and it's amazing how much shit he can fit in there.
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>>23260410
>saloon car boot
>useless utility vehicle
>work van
What does this shit mean? What goofy cartoon country are these posts coming from?
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>>23248099
>family
>S10

Maybe if you want them all dead.
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>>23260410
>it's got the same amount of storage as a saloon car boot

delusional eurotards

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fucking kek

can we have a Tesla quality thread?
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>>23256681
bottom picture is a wrecking yard or repair shop. Look at the green tape to show where damage was lol
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>>23260473
They didnt bail out only because the Ford family would have to relinquish control of the company.
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The amount of butthurt you retards display are top-notch. I actually have a bit of respect for the amount of effort you put into being this angry for no reason. Is CONSTANTLY tuning a carb on a car with """""""""""500"""""""""""" hp so important to you? You know an early 2000's civic can beat them in sprints all day long and still go to work with what's left over in the tank. Or you mad that your grandson is already retired with them stock buys that you swore was a terrible investment? Either way, you've demonstrated the absolute best in endurance on staying salty, and that is worthy of praise.
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>>23258362
>>23259789
same fag
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>>23260505
correct
>>23260473
Ford has so much debt, it isn't funny. They are cutting every corner to save money and it shows. Never buy a Ford, complete trash

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Looking at buying a Honda Post here and we'll tell you our elitist opinions

Need help identifying a chassis
>http://www.superstreetonline.com/how-to/chassis-suspension/1312-honda-chassis-code-checklist/

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>>23260102
A cold air intake is very similar to the stock intake, sucks air from the bumper like the factory but it doesn't have a huge resonated to get that muted Accord sound, an ideal setup if you want a lot more induciton noise without much horsepower gain if any, the short ram intake is very short, not the most ideal setup because it sucks air from the engine bay, but it gives the most induction noise, which is why it's commonly called a warm air intake.
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>>23260199
>resonated
resonator*
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>>23259415
it is!

>>23259746
thanks :)
so hard to find good wheels for this thing
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>>23260199
I'm fine with the boost to hp I was just concerned about damaging/decreasing efficiency of anything and ease of installation. Thank you for the advice.
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Hey guys, I'm a proud owner of a '07 civic type R with the k20z4 engine. Do you guys have any recommendations for modding?

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How do I into a Van that has a bed in it? They used to make these way back in the day, and friend of the family had one. It was very cool and I'd like one.
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>>23259189
>conversion vans that arent 20 years old sell for $50k+

Certified and near new.
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>>23259188
>open up van doors
>build nice fire in stove
>cook dinner
>close and open doors to regulate temp while fire is going
>fire goes out
>left with 80lbs of hot cast iron that radiates heat and keeps the van nice and warm for the rest of the night
its like you dont even go out
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>>23260425
>just die from CO2 poisoning bro lol
Fuck off already
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>>23260425
>regulate temp with wood
you have never been outside have you?
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>>23259539
price out certified/near new conversion vans. i dare you.

Dumb question, but can you use a torque wrench to also loosen bolts, or should it only be used to fasten them?
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just for fastening unless it's a cheap beater from princess auto / harbor freight that's only used for wheel nuts, then it doesn't matter because it'll never be accurate anyways.
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>>23260504
DO NOT DO THIS it will break your wrench
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>>23260510
>>23260509
whats the problem with setting it to 250 ft/lbs to take off a bolt
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>>23260508
you can get a long torque wrench for 20€ but a breaker bar is 50
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>>23260519
wow must suck to live in yorup

I got my 24" breaker bar for $10

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Give me one good reason I should buy a car instead of a horse
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>>23259970
Horses don't have pipes to freeze
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>>23259927
this is what ice fags look like
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>>23260031
But if you leave them out in freezing weather they will just freeze
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>>23259966
Tell that to Elvis Presley.
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>>23259927
there is no good reason

>plethora of manufacturing problems as well as design flaws
>no large scale distribution
>lack of service centers compared to Toyota, Ford, Honda means you have to drive several hours to fix your broken car
>priced as a luxury vehicle but the interior, paint, and body pale in comparison to Lincoln, Cadillac, and Benz

Why is this piece of shit not tanking Tesla? How can an overpriced company afford to make so many mistakes? Tesla continues to rank lower and lower in consumer reports and they fired their PR branch because they were tired of answering questions as to why their cars keep falling apart.
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because basically all other EVs short of the taycan are shit, or forgettable, or both currently
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>>23257669
Uber aren't supposed to make money yet. They're planning on killing the competition then increasing their charges.
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>>23257669
>"capitalism"
The same thing used to happen during communism, the state would continue funding companies that were making no profit, but the state did that to ensure people had somewhere to work
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>>23259526
The Taycan is ridiculously inefficient to be a serious Tesla contender.
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>>23259526
No, Taycan is superexpensive and only worth it if you have > million dollars per year.

A new Tesla Model 3(or a new 38K car) is worth it if you make over 100K a year.

For anyone making less than 50K a year, stick with your 2K shitbox.

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Welcome to the BRZ/FRS/GT86 General!

>New BRZ is shit edition reeeeeeee

>All New BRZ was announced! Here are the facts on it:
Has new 2.4 Liter FA Engine
Improved Chassis Design
New Exterior Look
Not much else! Disappointing right?

>What is the point of this thread?
Just a place for the open discussion of the platform and it's future. Feel free to post your car as well, might be the photo for the next thread.

>Have questions on what to buy, mod, pros/cons, and etc? Check the mega guide below:
https://pastebin.com/jcngafr2
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>>23257424
trudat. It's pretty good in the snow but I'd never recommend it for fighting unplowed roads and campsight trails day in and day out. That's where I'd think about whether I really just needed a truck or if I could get away with a regular AWD subaru that finds a middle point between hoonability and practicality.
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>>23257769

Lift the brz and get thicc all-terrain tires
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>>23258717
>lift the brz
I think that defeats the purpose. It's already just about the right height where you sometimes have to worry about scraping but it's high enough that it can bump along nasty roads or you can really gun it along dips and humps without hurting it.
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>>23258717
One of the parts I vary rarely hear talked about is the bounce angle of the rear suspension. When you're going slow like over a speed bump it's terribly jarring because it yanks the whole car backward on the down side of it, and it feels really uncomposed and like you just smashed something that shouldn't have been smashed.

But when you have the pedal down and you're gunning it over a bump, it really keeps the rear end planted just right so it doesn't skip over a bump and continues to grip and lay down the power instead. I don't know if they can fix that with some kind of adjustment to the suspension geometry, but it speaks to how they quite clearly designed the car to come to life when you're flailing it around and not when you're in granny mode.
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If the front fascia of the toyota version ended up looking like this, would you get this one or the BRZ?

(it probably won't look like this since the rendering this magazine made for the interior turned out quite different than the real thing, but bear with me for discussion's sake)

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Please post only comfy cars in this thread.
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>>23260085
Hmm, now I want an Element.
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>>23260349
How is the head room? Most jap cars are too small for me, 6'3". For frame of reference, I ended up not buying an Infinity G35 because my head was stuck on the ceiling unless I leaned the seat way back.
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>>23260387
I can only speak on ls460s, but I have a 2007 model and I fit perfectly into it at 6'4. Comfy car, lots of space.
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>>23260406
Hrm. I might have to give them a look. I was thinking on an Audi, because I owned one when I lived in Germany and I love a good AWD performance sedan, but if Lexus has some options then that might be worth checking out. Thanks, anon.
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>>23260072
To me they seem very comfy and the seats have so many positions...
The backseats fold over flat with 1 finger and I dunno, good viewing angles, no dead spots, smooth, nippy, good mpg, all-round comfy.
And I know comfy, I own a Citroen bx




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