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Car Enthusiast Club [Now Motorcycle friendly!] - First thread to 100k! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

26 minutes ago, Drak3 said:

Don't lump me in with them. I'm an enthusiast of mechanic design, be it engines, weaponry, or productive machinery. Not a guy with a wrench that reads the marketing garbage AFE/insert other "enthusiast" brand that can't legally warranty half of their products.

 

I fail to see a correlation between people screeching variations of "forced induction is more efficient!!! Reclaimed energy!!!" and anything I've said.

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7 minutes ago, bcredeur97 said:

don't forget mini interiors are kinda cheaply made unfortunately. ppl tend to start having problems with them getting kinda ragged out and/or rattly around 100k miles or so

 

which is fine if you buy it new and dont keep it that long. but just something to keep in mind when buying a used one for sure

Ya all around a mini tends to start to fall apart after 100k  

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9 hours ago, pinksnowbirdie said:

I'm specific about the Titanium trim because from what I've seen it's almost guaranteed to have the Sony sound system, which a premium audio system from the factory was ideal for me as I don't really wanna have to deal with that myself even if it means I could get even better audio

1 hour ago, ELSknutson said:

Try looking at the Ford Focus ST  or the Fiesta ST  both are good sporty fun cars that are fairly well equipped

The Sony Sound system is alright, though I havent compared it to the stock one found in lower trim variants. I believe my buddy has a ST"1" which is the base version of the ST so I might be able to hear a difference. 

5 hours ago, Cereal5 said:

Certain Focus models will not be dropped from production. IIRC, they are keeping the ST and electric models, possibility of adding a hybrid.

None of the Focus trims are really being dropped, they're just selling them all in Europe now. (It does seem however they'll all be hatchback only)

5 hours ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

there is an electric focus?

The only reason I knew this was because the 2015+ Focus ST's have the "upgraded" Rear motor mount from the electric focus (back when I was doing mod's research) ?


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9 hours ago, pinksnowbirdie said:

Well as a bit of an update to my endeavors of getting a car and a full license.

I've still been on my permit for the last 3 years, I haven't been able to really hit the road yet with my mom's trailblazer. I'm still technically not covered by the policy on it.

 

and I'm seriously thinking about getting a 2016-2018 Ford Focus Titanium, could care less if it were the sedan or hatchback. Frankly while I don't like the taillight design of the hatchback, I'd probably prefer it because it's the closest thing I'm going to get to a modern and cheaper wagon.

 

I'm specific about the Titanium trim because from what I've seen it's almost guaranteed to have the Sony sound system, which a premium audio system from the factory was ideal for me as I don't really wanna have to deal with that myself even if it means I could get even better audio

 

I really was adamant about the idea of getting a new 2019 Chevy Cruze LT with the Bose audio system, however seeing as GM is quite literally uninterested in the product and consumers as a whole are ditching sedans, I guess my next best option would be a slightly used Ford with the Sony system because finding a Chevy with the Bose system is a lot harder.

 

It's a shame too, because both the Cruze and Focus were made in America.

 

I wouldn't bother with the automatics. Lots of issues with the dual clutch automatic. Manuals don't have issues. 

 

3 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

The only reason I knew this was because the 2015+ Focus ST's have the "upgraded" Rear motor mount from the electric focus (back when I was doing mod's research) ?

Yep, figured that out back in my motor mount adventures for my mazda. They come on all STs newer than 14-15ish I think. 


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Just now, vetali said:

I wouldn't bother with the automatics. Lots of issues with the dual clutch automatic. Manuals don't have issues. 

 

Yep, figured that out back in my motor mount adventures for my mazda. They come on all STs newer than 14-15ish I think. 

14's still had the old ones. The 15's were apparently a decent upgrade but most aftermarket solutions were best because of the firmer rubber (though they do lead to more vibrations in the cabin, it's not like things are rattling around. I barely notice it actually)


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1 minute ago, TVwazhere said:

14's still had the old ones. The 15's were apparently a decent upgrade but most aftermarket solutions were best because of the firmer rubber (though they do lead to more vibrations in the cabin, it's not like things are rattling around. I barely notice it actually)

I tried an aftermarket one for a while. After 1k miles of feeling my AC compressor engage in my teeth I made the change to the e-focus mount and never had an issue again.                                                                                                                                                                                                            


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14 hours ago, bcredeur97 said:

Yeah perfect for freezing to death when it breaks down

 

at least always keep blankets in it xD 

doesnt need to be modified to daily it 

it aint a subaru ... can be good stock :P 

and if it is a wagon ...  blankets are always a good thing ;) 

11 hours ago, warmmilk said:

the rear is curvy on the X gen... which kinda makes it look like some bodyshop did a good job about putting an evo nose on some other car.  at least the previous gen design language matched front to rear.  

 

its a matter of preference... not really objectively better or worse... although any gearbox service other than changing the fluid goes far beyond what your average mechanically inclined car enthusiast is capable of.

the rear is curvy, yes. front is still quite boxy and i agree about the adding of evo nose .... still looks quite nice :D 

 

and true... its just a personal preference. and sometimes supper heavy stop and go traffic can overheat the SST :( 


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1 minute ago, vetali said:

I tried an aftermarket one for a while. After 1k miles of feeling my AC compressor engage in my teeth I made the change to the e-focus mount and never had an issue again.

Some are firmer than others. My cobb one is 85A, but I've seen some that are solid aluminum 


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6 hours ago, Cereal5 said:

Certain Focus models will not be dropped from production. IIRC, they are keeping the ST and electric models, possibility of adding a hybrid.

i don't even think they'll keep those. do you have a source of these rumors or anything? i thought they were dropping every single focus model. and i thought the electric was gone after like 2015 or something.


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1 hour ago, vetali said:

I wouldn't bother with the automatics. Lots of issues with the dual clutch automatic. Manuals don't have issues. 

 

Yep, figured that out back in my motor mount adventures for my mazda. They come on all STs newer than 14-15ish I think. 

I don't want to learn manual lol 

People have trouble with the dual clutch auto because they treat it like a regular auto

1 hour ago, TVwazhere said:

The Sony Sound system is alright, though I havent compared it to the stock one found in lower trim variants. I believe my buddy has a ST"1" which is the base version of the ST so I might be able to hear a difference. 

None of the Focus trims are really being dropped, they're just selling them all in Europe now. (It does seem however they'll all be hatchback only)

The only reason I knew this was because the 2015+ Focus ST's have the "upgraded" Rear motor mount from the electric focus (back when I was doing mod's research) ?

Yeah I don't want an ST lol

I don't want to learn manual

2 hours ago, ELSknutson said:

Try looking at the Ford Focus ST  or the Fiesta ST  both are good sporty fun cars that are fairly well equipped

But if your looking for a car with a good sound system. The mini cooper comes with a Harmon Kardon  system that also pretty decent. Other cars with decent sound systems and features for the price  Lincoln MKZ, Infinity Q50, Hyundai Genesis/ Genesis G80

Yeah I don't really care about sporty cars, unless it's a Chevy SS but even then Id want an auto transmission


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6 hours ago, Cereal5 said:

FIFY. Also made sure to crop out that nasty fog light. I think it needs to be cleaned, it's looking pretty hazy ?

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3 minutes ago, iDeFecZx said:

Me because its hideous 

:(  I've always had a soft spot for the front engine V12 Ferraris. 


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@vetali since you’re the Honda expert, and idea what would cause the accord to have a driveline-esc vibration under hard acceleration only? It’s normal with slow acceleration and cruising, deceleration.

 

im thinking motor/transmission mounts, but I’m not sure. 

 

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1 minute ago, Real_PhillBert said:

:(  I've always had a soft spot for the front engine V12 Ferraris. 

Id much prefer a TDF over the 812 "Superfast"

The looks are the main thing but the name is another, have the run out of ideas over in Maranello?

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27 minutes ago, FuzzyYellow said:

@vetali since you’re the Honda expert, and idea what would cause the accord to have a driveline-esc vibration under hard acceleration only? It’s normal with slow acceleration and cruising, deceleration.

 

im thinking motor/transmission mounts, but I’m not sure. 

 

Rdit: and it’s the whole car that shakes, not just the steering wheel.

Not a honda expert. Gonna guess mounts


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2 hours ago, PandaCopyRight said:

doesnt need to be modified to daily it 

it aint a subaru ... can be good stock :P 

and if it is a wagon ...  blankets are always a good thing ;) 

the rear is curvy, yes. front is still quite boxy and i agree about the adding of evo nose .... still looks quite nice :D 

 

and true... its just a personal preference. and sometimes supper heavy stop and go traffic can overheat the SST :( 

so the condition in which an SST can be objectively better, its objectively worse... 

although to be fair, if I had an evo with an SST, it'd have an upgraded cooler to handle track duty, so it'd be able to handle heavy traffic as well :D


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46 minutes ago, FuzzyYellow said:

@vetali since you’re the Honda expert, and idea what would cause the accord to have a driveline-esc vibration under hard acceleration only? It’s normal with slow acceleration and cruising, deceleration.

 

im thinking motor/transmission mounts, but I’m not sure. 

 

Rdit: and it’s the whole car that shakes, not just the steering wheel.

prob motor and trans mounts.

 

iirc you have like 250k miles on your accord or something ridiculous so they prob done lol

 

at least it isn't miata motor mounts that go every 80k and rattle you to pieces


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1 minute ago, warmmilk said:

so the condition in which an SST can be objectively better, its objectively worse... 

although to be fair, if I had an evo with an SST, it'd have an upgraded cooler to handle track duty, so it'd be able to handle heavy traffic as well :D

does it slip the clutch too much (More than you would if you were manually operating the clutches?)

I'm wondering if it's the clutches that overheat


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11 minutes ago, warmmilk said:

so the condition in which an SST can be objectively better, its objectively worse... 

although to be fair, if I had an evo with an SST, it'd have an upgraded cooler to handle track duty, so it'd be able to handle heavy traffic as well :D

yeah i would shove as much transmission cooling as possible ...cause IIRC that was the only (or at least the biggest) issue with the SST box 

9 minutes ago, bcredeur97 said:

does it slip the clutch too much (More than you would if you were manually operating the clutches?)

I'm wondering if it's the clutches that overheat

i think it was cause of the clutch slip they induced to make the box shift smoother


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3 minutes ago, PandaCopyRight said:

yeah i would shove as much transmission cooling as possible ...cause IIRC that was the only (or at least the biggest) issue with the SST box 

i think it was cause of the clutch slip they induced to make the box shift smoother

are the clutches oil cooled(wet clutches) or something? otherwise I dont see how transmission cooling would prevent it from overheating? if it's just like a typical clutch then there's no liquid there to cool them... so a cooler would be useless for traffic (still useful on track though where the gear oil gets hot)


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3 minutes ago, bcredeur97 said:

are the clutches oil cooled(wet clutches) or something? otherwise I dont see how transmission cooling would prevent it from overheating? if it's just like a typical clutch then there's no liquid there to cool them... so a cooler would be useless for traffic (still useful on track though where the gear oil gets hot)

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23 minutes ago, bcredeur97 said:

does it slip the clutch too much (More than you would if you were manually operating the clutches?)

I'm wondering if it's the clutches that overheat

 

9 minutes ago, PandaCopyRight said:

yeah i would shove as much transmission cooling as possible ...cause IIRC that was the only (or at least the biggest) issue with the SST box 

i think it was cause of the clutch slip they induced to make the box shift smoother

its a wet clutch, so yes slipping the clutch does make more heat, but it all ends up in the fluid.  the actual clutch discs are fine because of that.  but its also the reason why it needs upgraded cooling unless you only do boring and no heavy traffic driving in it.

 

 

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1 minute ago, warmmilk said:

 

its a wet clutch, so yes slipping the clutch does make more heat, but it all ends up in the fluid.  the actual clutch discs are fine because of that.  but its also the reason why it needs upgraded cooling unless you only do boring and no heavy traffic driving in it.

 

 

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looks like you guys beat me to it

ah. Thanks for clearing that up and @PandaCopyRight


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1 hour ago, iDeFecZx said:

MK3 RS = Rushed shite

 

I disagree ?


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