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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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4 hours ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

A budget of €3500 is about triple what I had in mind :PAnd

 also again, insurance on something made in the 2000s is more than I'm willing to pay.

understandable ....

idk how i personally feel about buying a used bike ... especially an old bike.

also, i dont really want any older bike and i dont even know why? maybe lack of knowledge? (might have to force myself to learn by getting an older bike) Then i end up with a budget of 4-5k ... and at that point i might as well go for a 6k new bike... especially knowing that id want an A2 bike 

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23 hours ago, Thirdgen89GTA said:

My TransAm has a full bushing upgrades like that. All of the items connected to the rear suspension are the delrin race roto-joint stuff.  So connected.  Plus all greasable. so should last forever.

 

The fronts use an inner steel core with an outer delrin race sandwiched inside an aluminum shell.

 

 

Since the rear suspension needs more articulation I use the UMI Roto-joints.  It allows for perfect bind free operation but they also last longer than straight up heim joints.

 

 

Those are very nice. I could of went for delrin but I still wanted some compliance. 
 

I just hate how high maintenance poly bushings are and those bronze bearings pretty much solves that problem. The sadfab people say you could even not grease them if you want and it would still work for a long time (though thats Obviously not recommended) 


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Speaking of suspension...had a GTI in the shop that was just beat to shit. Came for a used car inspection (pre-purchase) and wow it was shit. Kid was looking to buy it off a body shop, had been a front end accident but looked like cosmetic. Had some awful maybe Raceland or similar 'coil overs' on it. Complete trash. Car was slammed so low there was nothing but bump steer, coil bind, and spring jounce. The dampers were beyond dead, the shafts were loose in the shock bodies! Also pretty sure the clutch was about done at 97k miles because it was easier to drive than a Toyota! He had talked the shop down from 7 to $5,000. I told him that $5k is a good price for a GTI of that year, but not a good price for THAT one. $3,000 would be an OK price but that thing looked like it'd been ridden hard and put away wet like 8 times by now. I mean wow. Like the paint job and body work looked like shit and then the shitty suspension on top of that. Ugh. I got out from the test drive and asked them 'either of you ever driven or had a car with coil overs' they shook their heads no 'ok well they are NOT supposed to ride like that' and went on to explain coil bind and bump steer and got a little bit into center of gravity, control arm angles, and roll center and how lowering too far actually makes the car handle much much much worse than it would seem.

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12 hours ago, PandaCopyRight said:

understandable ....

idk how i personally feel about buying a used bike ... especially an old bike.

also, i dont really want any older bike and i dont even know why? maybe lack of knowledge? (might have to force myself to learn by getting an older bike) Then i end up with a budget of 4-5k ... and at that point i might as well go for a 6k new bike... especially knowing that id want an A2 bike 

Been eyeing the MT-03image.thumb.png.719993759c8754d24e843c74641da77e.png

I enjoy the wrenching and its what I can justify so old, used bikes is the only way to go for me. I really don't mind used stuff in general, but it takes some know how to spot a deal :)


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For those Holden fans out there...

 


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5 hours ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

I enjoy the wrenching and its what I can justify so old, used bikes is the only way to go for me. I really don't mind used stuff in general, but it takes some know how to spot a deal :)

sadly i dont have anywhere to work on a bike :(
well .. maybe at my grandparents .. but thats more than 1h away ....


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4 minutes ago, PandaCopyRight said:

sadly i dont have anywhere to work on a bike :(
well .. maybe at my grandparents .. but thats more than 1h away ....

I'm renting a garage spot which has space to wrench rn, it's pretty nice. Maybe you could find something like that where you're at :)


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On the Focus RS forums someone complained about Torque Steer and how the MK3 RS is hard to control because it wanders all over the place.

 

To them I say, "go drive a Mazdaspeed 3!"

 

And then took a video this morning of no hands on the wheel acceleration with a 1-2 WOT upshift.  There is a slight tug to the right because of just a tiny bit of torque steer, and a crown in the road for water drain-off, and I'm on the right side of the road.

 

If I kept a pinkie on the wheel it would have staid 100% straight.

 

the way they talk about it, the wheel rips itself out of your hands.

 

 


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1 hour ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

I'm renting a garage spot which has space to wrench rn, it's pretty nice. Maybe you could find something like that where you're at :)

i mean, it probably is a doable thing.
but it still wouldnt be anywhere near my home and id use it very rarely


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16 hours ago, Bitter said:

Speaking of suspension...had a GTI in the shop that was just beat to shit. Came for a used car inspection (pre-purchase) and wow it was shit. Kid was looking to buy it off a body shop, had been a front end accident but looked like cosmetic. Had some awful maybe Raceland or similar 'coil overs' on it. Complete trash. Car was slammed so low there was nothing but bump steer, coil bind, and spring jounce. The dampers were beyond dead, the shafts were loose in the shock bodies! Also pretty sure the clutch was about done at 97k miles because it was easier to drive than a Toyota! He had talked the shop down from 7 to $5,000. I told him that $5k is a good price for a GTI of that year, but not a good price for THAT one. $3,000 would be an OK price but that thing looked like it'd been ridden hard and put away wet like 8 times by now. I mean wow. Like the paint job and body work looked like shit and then the shitty suspension on top of that. Ugh. I got out from the test drive and asked them 'either of you ever driven or had a car with coil overs' they shook their heads no 'ok well they are NOT supposed to ride like that' and went on to explain coil bind and bump steer and got a little bit into center of gravity, control arm angles, and roll center and how lowering too far actually makes the car handle much much much worse than it would seem.

when people people putting cheap coilovers on their cars realize they are in way over their heads lol

But some just don't care ... the "I just want it to look cool" thing. which I don't get. I just like driving too much I guess

2 hours ago, Thirdgen89GTA said:

On the Focus RS forums someone complained about Torque Steer and how the MK3 RS is hard to control because it wanders all over the place.

 

To them I say, "go drive a Mazdaspeed 3!"

 

And then took a video this morning of no hands on the wheel acceleration with a 1-2 WOT upshift.  There is a slight tug to the right because of just a tiny bit of torque steer, and a crown in the road for water drain-off, and I'm on the right side of the road.

 

If I kept a pinkie on the wheel it would have staid 100% straight.

 

the way they talk about it, the wheel rips itself out of your hands.


-snip-

 

yeah that's not bad at all... my basic 2004 civic is worse lol.

I have actually driven a Mazdaspeed 3 too! Holy crap it's bad in that car LOL...like shockingly bad. That's like the biggest thing I remember from it xD


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3 hours ago, Thirdgen89GTA said:

On the Focus RS forums someone complained about Torque Steer and how the MK3 RS is hard to control because it wanders all over the place.

 

To them I say, "go drive a Mazdaspeed 3!"

 

And then took a video this morning of no hands on the wheel acceleration with a 1-2 WOT upshift.  There is a slight tug to the right because of just a tiny bit of torque steer, and a crown in the road for water drain-off, and I'm on the right side of the road.

 

If I kept a pinkie on the wheel it would have staid 100% straight.

 

the way they talk about it, the wheel rips itself out of your hands.

 

 

Not sure why ford owners seem to think they have horrendous torque steer. My mini has worse than my ST had 🤷🏻‍♂️


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1 hour ago, iDeFecZx said:

Not sure why ford owners seem to think they have horrendous torque steer. My mini has worse than my ST had 🤷🏻‍♂️

It's because they've never driven anything that they've had to actually fight to keep straight. I've never had serious issue with mine and Im a weak ass bitch 😂


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1 hour ago, TVwazhere said:

It's because they've never driven anything that they've had to actually fight to keep straight. I've never had serious issue with mine and Im a weak ass bitch 😂

I mean I went from 2 N/A things with like half the torque and 80 less HP in the most powerful and never noticed it 😂😂  


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When I’m done with the civic I’m buying an old Lexus lol


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14 hours ago, PandaCopyRight said:

i mean, it probably is a doable thing.
but it still wouldnt be anywhere near my home and id use it very rarely

I go to mine after work before I head home, if I'm using public transport it ends up being less walking and if I'm riding my bike I end up escaping most of the afterwork traffic :D


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16 hours ago, iDeFecZx said:

Not sure why ford owners seem to think they have horrendous torque steer. My mini has worse than my ST had 🤷🏻‍♂️

14 hours ago, TVwazhere said:

It's because they've never driven anything that they've had to actually fight to keep straight. I've never had serious issue with mine and Im a weak ass bitch 😂

i mean they think that if you need to put a pinky on the wheel that its terrible torque steer. Its like they are bunch that loves to complain.
 

3 hours ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

I go to mine after work before I head home, if I'm using public transport it ends up being less walking and if I'm riding my bike I end up escaping most of the afterwork traffic :D

yeah, i can park my bike at my office building and park near my apartment building at a parking lot that has quite good security (have seen a shit ton of bikes parked there constantly as well)

main goal is to avoid the PITA traffic jams that are on my commute ... and possibly get better fuel economy in the same time spending money to save money in the long run 🙃


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Sure, Jay has his 900bhp ZL1 1LE but I'd argue that this is as fun if not more to drive...

 


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On 5/19/2020 at 5:56 AM, Bananasplit_00 said:

Triumphs = very expensive + very expensive insurance

Bandit 600 is fairly cheap at times but is another Suzuki from the 80s/90s period. Not all too turned on to the idea of a hornet either after my friends absolut disaster bike lmao

 

Also these are all chain driven :P

 

I figured xD

 

Yeah, about being chain driven... Is there really anything cheap that isn't?


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Open track yesterday and apparently people forgot how to drive. The videos are hilarious... hotheaded passing on track and a fist fight.

 

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@chaozbandit Lol I'm so scared of that happening if I ever do a track day event


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Holy shit the Corvette tho


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