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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.

If you can't be civil. Please leave

 

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Just now, AlwaysFSX said:

Those interiors are bad 

what else do you expect from toyota


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Just now, AlwaysFSX said:

Those interiors are bad 

the steering wheel is so strange in the prius.

And the vertically placed controls in the lexus is just a terrible idea.

 

also.. why are the pedals in the lexus directly in the middle of the steering wheel? lol


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1 hour ago, bcredeur97 said:

couldnt find a longer XG7317 so I went for a XG3593A.. which was behind a bunch of filters on the shelf lol.

So I doubt i'll be able to use that every time. dont think those are used much.. some older (90's) hondas I think

 

I don't get why a huge 5.6L engine has such a small oil filter from the factory... I use 7317's on my miata as a tall size for peat sakes

 

1 hour ago, Real_PhillBert said:

I use larger oil filters too, but I use ones that are the same diameter, just longer. 

 

XG3614 vs XG3600. 

What’s the advantage to using a bigger filter? Better filtration? Better flow?

 

ny accord can’t fit a longer filter or it would come in contact with the control arm going over bumps, but I could possibly put a 3600 in the tundra instead of a 3614.


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7 minutes ago, FuzzyYellow said:

What’s the advantage to using a bigger filter? Better filtration? Better flow?

Depends on the filter and vehicle. Some use larger filters that compensate for higher oil pressure.


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So might pay off my GTI and buy a focus ST to sit in my garage next to it. ST and GTI are my two favorite hot hatches.


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13 minutes ago, FuzzyYellow said:

 

What’s the advantage to using a bigger filter? Better filtration? Better flow?

 

ny accord can’t fit a longer filter or it would come in contact with the control arm going over bumps, but I could possibly put a 3600 in the tundra instead of a 3614.

Larger filter elements allow you to run a finer filter with less restriction on flow vs a finer filter on the standard sized filter elements.

 

Basically the story with normal particulate filters, the finer the filter is, the more flow restriction there is. But if you simply increase the physical size of the filter, you can buy back your pressure loss from the finer filter.  


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6 minutes ago, MadyTehWolfie said:

So might pay off my GTI and buy a focus ST to sit in my garage next to it. ST and GTI are my two favorite hot hatches.

But then you wont know which one to drive or give more love to! /s

 

Plus, I mean this sub forum just needs ANOTHER ST amirite?


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14 minutes ago, Real_PhillBert said:

Larger filter elements allow you to run a finer filter with less restriction on flow vs a finer filter on the standard sized filter elements.

 

Basically the story with normal particulate filters, the finer the filter is, the more flow restriction there is. But if you simply increase the physical size of the filter, you can buy back your pressure loss from the finer filter.  

also in general more filter material to hold all the junk.

It's amazing how much dirtier DI is. The oil is still a goldish color on my miata after 6000 miles but the qx80 at that point is jet black


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1 minute ago, bcredeur97 said:

also in general more filter material to hold all the junk.

It's amazing how much dirtier DI is. The oil is still a goldish color on my miata after 6000 miles but the qx80 at that point is jet black

I wouldnt know... haha mine is still pretty golden when I change it... ?


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17 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

But then you wont know which one to drive or give more love to! /s

 

Plus, I mean this sub forum just needs ANOTHER ST amirite?

Either that or I swap the turbo on my GTI sell it and buy a RS.


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Am I permitted to post some pics I've taken while car spotting in this thread?


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6 minutes ago, Real_PhillBert said:

I wouldnt know... haha mine is still pretty golden when I change it... ?

ok Mr. 2000 mile oil changes


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7 minutes ago, Real_PhillBert said:

I wouldnt know... haha mine is still pretty golden when I change it... ?

Mine's pitch black.


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Wondering if I should save up and grab a 2013 manual Abarth to replace my Fiat 500 sport w/a manual trans. The Fiat has been dead reliable, only issue I've had is the clutch depressing to the point where it got stuck(was a factory defect that they fixed) and a window regulator died because someone slammed my door too hard. I'm just worried about the reliability of turbos and how long a 4 cylinder engine will last with a turbo.


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5 minutes ago, bcredeur97 said:

ok Mr. 2000 mile oil changes

Don't hate :D 


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13 minutes ago, CharminUltraStrong said:

Am I permitted to post some pics I've taken while car spotting in this thread?

don't see why not.

If it's a lot (more than 1 or 2), put it in a spoiler though


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7 minutes ago, Real_PhillBert said:

Don't hate :D 

As much as I drive and as hard is the filter is to get to on mine, I don't want to go that short between changes xD


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Just now, bcredeur97 said:

don't see why not.

If it's a lot (more than 1 or 2), put it in a spoiler though

Alrighty, thank you :)


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1 minute ago, bcredeur97 said:

As much as I drive and as hard is the filter is to get to on mine, I don't want to go that short between changes xD

I average about 22k a year. :( it can get rough sometimes. 


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9 minutes ago, CharminUltraStrong said:

Wondering if I should save up and grab a 2013 manual Abarth to replace my Fiat 500 sport w/a manual trans. The Fiat has been dead reliable, only issue I've had is the clutch depressing to the point where it got stuck(was a factory defect that they fixed) and a window regulator died because someone slammed my door too hard. I'm just worried about the reliability of turbos and how long a 4 cylinder engine will last with a turbo.

the only Fiat 500 I would buy is the abarth version.

but I have no clue how reliable they are... I suspect they kind of fall apart like other chrysler products lol. But they are neat/fun


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2 minutes ago, bcredeur97 said:

the only Fiat 500 I would buy is the abarth version.

but I have no clue how reliable they are... I suspect they kind of fall apart like other chrysler products lol. But they are neat/fun

I've got 200k miles on the odometer I believe? I'll have to go back and check again. I agree, chrysler products do tend to fall apart but my Fiat has been great. I've had no major issues whatsoever, only 2 things ever needed a fix and neither of them were really the fault of the car (the clutch just didn't have a stop out of the factory so you could press it in, infinitely.)?‍♂️. The clutch pads are still in pristine condition with little to no wear according to the dealership and I only changed my brake pads once because I figured some fresh ones couldn't hurt despite the fact the old pads still had meat on them. 


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2 minutes ago, CharminUltraStrong said:

I've got 200k miles on the odometer I believe? I'll have to go back and check again. I agree, chrysler products do tend to fall apart but my Fiat has been great. I've had no major issues whatsoever, only 2 things ever needed a fix and neither of them were really the fault of the car (the clutch just didn't have a stop out of the factory so you could press it in, infinitely.)?‍♂️. The clutch pads are still in pristine condition with little to no wear according to the dealership and I only changed my brake pads once because I figured some fresh ones couldn't hurt despite the fact the old pads still had meat on them. 

not a fault of the car huh? lol...
 

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"The clutch pads are still in pristine condition with little to no wear according to the dealership"


^ they lied to you. Highly doubt they pulled a transmission(several hour job) just to check your "clutch pads" (proper name is clutch disc)

that said your clutch is probably fine if driven normally but it's not something you can just take a look at real quick and check...


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37 minutes ago, bcredeur97 said:

also in general more filter material to hold all the junk.

It's amazing how much dirtier DI is. The oil is still a goldish color on my miata after 6000 miles but the qx80 at that point is jet black

I drove my car about for a few days after an oil change then got back a month later and it was jet black. Peugeot also has an 'Oil Colour Indicator' on their engine for ease of testing. (Small oil leak)

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McLaren Senna, Aventador SVJ, Couple of 1 off Paganis, W Motors Fenyr. I have some more pics but didn't want to post too many.


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