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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

 

Edit. That goes for everyone in the thread

1 minute ago, the gamer that is bad said:

wich engen makes more power on average a chevy 350 or a ford 351

Chevy 350 and you won't have to rebuilt it every 3 weeks

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5 hours ago, Bitter said:

You'd like the EHT pads then, little higher friction rating than most off the shelf pads, very smooth and quiet, basically zero dust, great non slippery linear brake feel, and they recover from heat fade without problems like loss of friction or glazing. I've been running a set on my daily Mazda since late 2015 and they've got more than 1/2 pad left, I'm not especially gentle on the brakes, my commute is about 25 miles a day with a roughly 70/30 highway/surface street mix and then some weekending driving here and there as well. I'd guess I've put about 40,000 miles on the pads maybe more. With 183,000 on it now they're probably going to outlast the car.

I'll grab their element 3 pads. then I need to talk to my shop and see when I can get it in

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26 minutes ago, GDRRiley said:

I'll grab their element 3 pads. then I need to talk to my shop and see when I can get it in

Yeah, that's the EHT pads. Silly they call them different things in different literature. The part # is EHT so I just call them that.  Depending on the condition of the brake rotors you'll want to replace those as well, don't get the cheap parts store 'thin cast' junk. Get something decent, the coated ones are nice if you're in a salt state as it keeps them from rusting into the braking surface as fast. Also make sure they check and adjust the rear brakes, often they've gotten stiffed up and are no longer self adjusting or working properly resulting in accelerated front wear and some other driving issues with incorrect front to rear brake balance.

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Yeah, that's the EHT pads. Silly they call them different things in different literature. The part # is EHT so I just call them that.  Depending on the condition of the brake rotors you'll want to replace those as well, don't get the cheap parts store 'thin cast' junk. Get something decent, the coated ones are nice if you're in a salt state as it keeps them from rusting into the braking surface as fast. Also make sure they check and adjust the rear brakes, often they've gotten stiffed up and are no longer self adjusting or working properly resulting in accelerated front wear and some other driving issues with incorrect front to rear brake balance.

I'm not in a salty state. I'm just going to get the pads I want then I'll let my shop do the rest, they've been use for 20 years

my rears are drums

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32 minutes ago, GDRRiley said:

I'm not in a salty state. I'm just going to get the pads I want then I'll let my shop do the rest, they've been use for 20 years

my rears are drums

Yes, and drums need to be checked and adjusted every time you do a front brake job because they're almost always out of adjustment. If the rear brakes aren't doing their fair share the fronts wear out a lot faster and you can get some other issues like excessive nose dive during hard braking which leaves the rear of the car (especially a lighter car) prone to swapping places with the front of the car if it's wet or otherwise slippery out, even with ABS. ABS is making the assumption that the brake system is working properly. Just ask them to check the rears and adjust them if needed. In my GF's old 08 Civic it made a HUGE difference at just 30,000 miles in not only the pedal feel but how quickly the car stopped and eliminated it's 'squirmy' feeling in a panic stop. Also on her 08 (and I'm not sure if your 00 is similar) setting the rear toe closer to zero toe than the minimum toe spec called for made it much much more stable over bumps and gaps at highway speeds. Before correcting that it felt very darty when hitting gaps and bumps, after it just felt normal. Honda quirks!

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2 hours ago, GDRRiley said:

I'll grab their element 3 pads. then I need to talk to my shop and see when I can get it in

Not exactly easy to find but I like the Axis/PBR (they were bought out) ultimate’s on my Miata. 

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5 hours ago, bcredeur97 said:

Nice! How was it? 
 

I actually haven’t driven a Porsche. Though everyone talks about how they drive. I want to. A 488 is the craziest thing I’ve driven lol

Super fast. Didn't get to go on any backroads nor did I want to because the roads are quite wet right now. The way it just hooks and scoots is intoxicating and feels super dangerous because the grip feels unlimited. I am glad it wasn't disappointing because the 996 was always an icon of my childhood.

 

488 is pretty crazy though. I still wana drive something in the upper 600-700 hp that isn't some tuner trainwreck. So like that, or a hellcat/camaro zl1. I just have a feeling it won't be as... unique as the 911 was.

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1 hour ago, vetali said:

Super fast. Didn't get to go on any backroads nor did I want to because the roads are quite wet right now. The way it just hooks and scoots is intoxicating and feels super dangerous because the grip feels unlimited. I am glad it wasn't disappointing because the 996 was always an icon of my childhood.

 

488 is pretty crazy though. I still wana drive something in the upper 600-700 hp that isn't some tuner trainwreck. So like that, or a hellcat/camaro zl1. I just have a feeling it won't be as... unique as the 911 was.

Drove a 750HP Saleen Mustang once or twice at the shop. With the right tires it would have been fun but whatever were on it were not the right tires. Zero hook, just wanted to slide sideways with any fun amount of power no matter how gently you rolled into throttle once you were past about 1/3 it was just no traction territory. Yawn.

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4 hours ago, vetali said:

Super fast. Didn't get to go on any backroads nor did I want to because the roads are quite wet right now. The way it just hooks and scoots is intoxicating and feels super dangerous because the grip feels unlimited. I am glad it wasn't disappointing because the 996 was always an icon of my childhood.

 

488 is pretty crazy though. I still wana drive something in the upper 600-700 hp that isn't some tuner trainwreck. So like that, or a hellcat/camaro zl1. I just have a feeling it won't be as... unique as the 911 was.

Yeah the 488 has a lot of power but it delivers it so well that the car feels slower than it is. (granted I also was on a racetrack, im sure it "feels" faster on a roadway)

But the way you could just come flying out of corners and how it would just keep pulling the straights and never stop was pretty fun. I'm used to having my fun for a few seconds and then all the power dying off (just miata things) lol

 

Granted after driving it I actually had a sense of "wow. No one needs this" And it was kind of humbling in a way. Like I left feeling like I could still have fun in much much cheaper cars. Not that it wouldn't be cool to own a 488 you know, but you certainly don't have to spend $300k to have fun.

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9 hours ago, Bitter said:

Drove a 750HP Saleen Mustang once or twice at the shop. With the right tires it would have been fun but whatever were on it were not the right tires. Zero hook, just wanted to slide sideways with any fun amount of power no matter how gently you rolled into throttle once you were past about 1/3 it was just no traction territory. Yawn.

Sounds like the 5 litre F types. Useless in anything but bone dry, hot weather on basically brand new tyres. 

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You are a sick, sick man.

I like it, it suits the shooting brake design. 

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first thought after watching the part about the wireless battery module communication:

 

this is GM. there is NO WAY that will not backfire and go wrong lol.

 

mechanics will be dropping entire battery packs and/or removing cabs (depending on how it’s made idk) to replace some stupid wireless module in the battery pack I can see it already lol. 
 

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6 minutes ago, bcredeur97 said:

first thought after watching the part about the wireless battery module communication:

 

this is GM. there is NO WAY that will not backfire and go wrong lol.

 

mechanics will be dropping entire battery packs and/or removing cabs (depending on how it’s made idk) to replace some stupid wireless module in the battery pack I can see it already lol. 
 

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Turns out the metal plate on top was too big and got stuck on an edge on the knuckle so I took a plate and bent the corners so that hopefully I'll have more success on the next try. If not I have to remove the entire knuckle and have someone take it to where he works to push it in with some hydraulics...

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1 hour ago, bcredeur97 said:

first thought after watching the part about the wireless battery module communication:

 

this is GM. there is NO WAY that will not backfire and go wrong lol.

 

mechanics will be dropping entire battery packs and/or removing cabs (depending on how it’s made idk) to replace some stupid wireless module in the battery pack I can see it already lol. 
 

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