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Need one for work, looking to get a small sedan or coupe.
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>>24755975
>3.0
>230hp stock
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>>24755992
tfw youre a burger or a leaf and dont know manual
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>>24756309
death to all muds thats the points
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>>24756332
based, that's why I said don't sell it because some shitskin will just fuck it up
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>>24755992
No better time to learn than the present.

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Hello /o/tards,
my Lexus is making super high-pitched noises around the auxiliary belts / rollers as well as when I turn the steering wheel all the way in. How expensive is it to change all of these belts? Is it hard to do on my own?
I've changed the timing belt half a year ago but didn't change the other belts for some reason...
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>>24755782
swapped the old lamps out for white LEDs, huge upgrade for little money
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I wonder how hard it'd be to put a 3s-ge and the 6 speed altezza transmission into an is200. The chassis must be similar it shouldn't take much fabrication work
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>>24755774
First check the amount of power steering fluid, also check the condition of the fluid by taking a small sample from the power steering fluid reservoir. If its black then replace power steering fluid. Then if noises still stay then replace serpentine belt and pulleys.
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>>24755774
Should have bought a Mondeo
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>>24756054
How do I find out how many pulleys I need? I want to replace all of them, they're not that expensive

You lads know of any guide/forum/video on the IS-F? Mainly what to look out for before buying one. Any recalls etc.
I can't find anything objective on the net.
Thanks in advance.
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>>24753215
IS-F should have no problems, but it can't perform.

F Sport is literally a badge.
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>>24755778
>I like the S2000 but I am not interested in it because of it's very short gear ratio.
suit yourself anon, the IS-F hood is too tall for me so i prefer the s2000.
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>>24755803
Respectable.
Which one you got? AP1?
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>>24755809
Uhh well you see, I don't have an s2000 yet but when I get one it will be a ap1. Don't bully me pls.

Inb4 bus rider
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>>24753583
Looks gross. What colour are your hands

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>what are you working on?
>what are your plans?
>post projects
>talk tools
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>>24754966
I don't believe any of this
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>>24755605
Get it out of your kitchen, clamp a vice grip on it TIGHT like you have to use both hands and all your force to clamp it. put it on the ground blow torch it til it gets red hot, put one foot on the case and start working the bolt til it comes loose. you got this!
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Shimmed the back of my power steering pump and shaved a little off the front. I don't think I've even got a 1/16th between the header and the shaft. I guess I can get more aggressive with the hammer, slot the bottom of the steering column or maybe slot the passenger engine mount just a hair more. I don't want to reinvent torque steer.
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>>24756378
Just use drive by wire steering fucking retard
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>>24754966

> guy grabs your tool, ruins it and all you do is cry
> still crying


Are you a person of the female persuasion by chance?

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The Man with the Ford Mondeo
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>>24756419
I'm too dumb to figure this out. Is it because Ford made Jags for a whole? He did drive an actual Mondeo in the first or second one.

>post your car
>post the most famous owner of it

Coolest celebrity wins
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>>24752261
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>>24755369
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I mean probably 1/3 of celebrities have probably owned a vette at one point
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https://volvofacts.wordpress.com/2012/10/01/top-10-celebrities-who-drive-a-volvo/
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This is the best I got

Hello everyone,

I have been thinking about getting myself a new car recently.

I currently own a Kia Forte 2013 in a pretty good state, about 90k on the odometer, but the motor itself was changed by Kia about a year ago due to the piston problems the Forte had from 2011 to 2015. Change happened at around 80-85k.

I've been thinking about getting a 2022 Hybrid Elantra for the sake of saving on gas due to gas getting crazier and crazier prices around here (went up about 0.20$/liter in the last three months).

Now my questions are:
Considering:
A budget of 100.00CAD$ per week
With only choice purchasing and not leasing
In Quebec
Would a 2022 hybrid Elantra be a good choice?


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maybe a versa?
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>>24755575
does that include fuel, maintenance, parking, insurance
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>>24755655
Parking, insurance, and fuel, are not included. Maintenance I can mostly deal with myself unless that voids the warranty.
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>>24753611
Dont listen to this weeb fag btw >>24755609
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>>24755625
Damn you have a bad eye for vehicles. I understand not being a car guy but come the fuck on. Have you no shame? Just get a used Scion tC or something

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What car screams "I'm a massive cuck"?
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>>24755161
>Anonymous 10/22/21(Fri)23:04:48 No.24755161▶>>24755209

>>Most VWs
what vw model has the exception?
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>>24755238
I wish my F150 was made from soda cans. That would have been nice.
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>>24755057
big pickup trucks, modern retro inspired muscle cars, teslas, crossovers
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Jeep Renegade
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I can't take anyone driving a Smart seriously

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What regulations would YOU put in place for the automotive world?
I'd make it illegal to make a shitty transmission, the arbitrary limits of it I'd have to think on.
I'd make it fineable to tastelessly modify a car, decided by elected judges.
I'd make it illegal to not have car software be open source
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>>24749526
>License tests must be performed on manual transmission vehicles
>Chicken tax and 25 year rule repealed
>Tax credits for those who maintain vehicles 15 years or older
>Create an automotive equivalent to the CMP (the Civilian Motorsports Program?) that allows Americans to acquire refurbished vehicles at reasonable prices if they join a local car group.
>Banning of lifted trucks and vehicles with excessive camber on public roads
>Anyone using self-driving technology on public roads is arrested for reckless endangerment
>Invest in a nationwide rail network so that roads can belong to enthusiasts instead of commuters
>Create a kei-car class that incentivizes city dwellers to get smaller vehicles.
>Consolidate all the electronic toll systems and issue E-Z Passes nationwide
>No speed limits on certain stretches of interstates
>Nationalize all American oil companies and put their executives on trial
>Everything else this anon said: >>24756248
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>>24756205
Based
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>>24749576
Go back to >>>/lgbt/ faggot
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>>24749588
>putting ebay xenons in halogen housings punishable by firing squad
Holy based
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>>24749526
I'd make busybody faggot shills like you illegal.

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Or are they going to win for the next 10 years now?
Previous thread: >>24623367
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>>24727978
Like America only sports being world champions.
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>>24754339
This
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>>24729987
Dishonored
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>>24729304
what are the diifferences between LMDh and LMH?
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>>24755364
Kek

Why is every single car reviewer trying to emulate Top Gear and coming off completely SOULLESS
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>>24753166
for me its the mde crew
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>>24753679
SOVL
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>>24753274
May is all in on hydrogen. He loves his Mirais.
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>>24753166
>Why is every single car reviewer trying to emulate Top Gear

1. They are hoping to get hired by media firms.
2. Hyping cars is how to get freebies and paid for factory visit invitations.
3. Negative posting gets people shunned by both advertising companies and other publications.
4. They want to grow their audience to that demographic range who likes that kind of media - new car buyers
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>>24753166
because top gear is by far the most successful car reviewing media of all time, and people will always try to replicate success. Plus, the original TG trio has so much chemistry that it feels like 3 friends dicking around with cars, whereas I've never seen another reviewer series with more than 1 person where the people in it have any kind of chemistry.

>>24753169
nobody cares about your unending quest to shill EV's to people that really don't care about EV's. Come back in 20 years.

Lucid Airs and Rivians are rolling off the production line this month

Will they BTFO Tesla together?
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>>24755393
>In 5 years the general-purpose robots

If FSD is taking this long to be safe on something "simple" like roads then surely it would take 10 years or more for a humanoid robot. And yes I have been looking at their updates for FSD.

I don't doubt them on making it work but let's be realistic here.
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>>24756228
I wonder if they're all lying because they know they can usually get away with it, or wether they actually drank the EV-koolaid.
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>>24755393
Except Starlink will run on a pretty slim profit margin considering he'll need to replace most of the satellite grid every few years as they have a designed lifespan of only 7 years.
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>>24756241

Doesn't that really depend on the bandwidth for the updated starlinks? I think Elon is giving that fuckhuge number so the FCC can cut down on the number over time.
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I saw two Rivian trucks (one yellow and one blue) right next to each other last weekend in CA. They’re not out for sale yet right? I assumed they were preproduction models. They looked like fisher price toys on the road to be honest.

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The pickup truck question.
Owners cut people off, tailgate, reduce road visibility, and rarely use signals. An increasing number of studies have shown that this is because 90% of offending pickup truck owners are short, fat, and/or have a tiny pecker.
Since almost none of them use trucks for work anyways, I've come up with a solution: make owning a truck taller than you illegal. Insecure little men will be less inclined to attempt bullying other drivers because they will no longer have the boosted confidence of finally feeling bigger than other people.
Your thoughts?
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>>24750727
What's with ancient compact truck owners and DUIs? There is a dwindling population of S10s and Dakotas but they are in the top 10 for DUIs.
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>>24756256
Mehicans
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>>24750669
187cm
my car is picrel
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>>24750257
OP that means an awful lot of women won't be able to buy a vehicle.
That may not be a bad thing though.
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>>24756256
boomers going to their friends to drink and being too lazy to walk back home
>t. grew up with such parents

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gimme some car stickers ideas
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>>24756298
Gay buttsex with a picture of you jerking off to it.
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>>24756298
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>>24756298

the seasons hottest new waifu wearing the lastest supreme/bape/louie/gucci drop

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cars/article-10104051/Most-common-vehicles-road-750k-miles-clock-revealed.html

1. LDV Maxus: 104
2. Vauxhall Astra: 35
3. Rover 75: 33
=4. Ford Fiesta: 25
=4. Ford Focus: 25
6. Vauxhall Zafira: 20
7. VW Golf: 19
=8. Audi TT: 16
=8. Land Rover Defender: 16
10. Vauxhall Corsa: 14

Not a single Goyota or Honda or Japanese POS in sight, Scotty Be Steamin and the Weebs be Weapin
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>>24754870
>thanks ford for adding an AUX button but no 3.5mm port.
Lots of cars do this
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>>24742200
This is a dishonest comparison, being comprised of a a small sample size and looking strictly at the odometer. This speaks nothing to the reliability of these platforms, much less a ford focus, where there would be countless major drivetrain replacements to the transmission. Of course you can keep any vehicle going with countless replacements.
>>24742210
The drivetrain isn't godlike. You can expect 250k miles out of them with good maintenance before the transmission goes. Engines last 300k at best.
>>24742227
If it has the triton V8, then that's about right if it wasn't beat. I'd give it till 315k before any serious problems manifest.
>>24743018
Making it to 300k miles is easily done. Drive 50k miles a year, 10 years is 500k miles. You want something with bullet proof reliability if you do serious driving.

RAM 2500+ trucks with the following
>Cummins 5.7
>Cummins 6.7
>manual transmission



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>>24753051
Dumbfuck
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>>24755911
>This speaks nothing to the reliability of these platforms, much less a ford focus, where there would be countless major drivetrain replacements to the transmission
Cope more stupid mutt nigger
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I would have expected some beetles and mini Coopers




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