Crunched up Honda here:
Type: Posts; User: Shmi
Crunched up Honda here:
I'd talk to the service manager first, to see if you get anywhere there. Sorry for your ****ty service :(
having a hard time picturing under the arm. Do you mean behind the back, with the shoulder part not used at all? Like a lap belt?
Stick with what you got IMO. Not enough of a change to justify getting rid of what you built to your desires. For a CTS-V, Corvette or Z28, I'd do it.
tbh, I wouldn't buy them either. Only mentioned them because they seem popular on my car, and some people swear that the Cinturato AS Plus is much better than the regular AS. Can't speak to that...
What size? Pirelli Cinturato P7 AS Plus (70k mile tread life warranty), Conti TrueContact (80-90k), Conti PureContact (70k), and Michelin Premier AS (60k) are popular replacements on the LS430. I...
+1. Right amount of meat on that tire too, so :thumbup::thumbup:
Interior needs less Pagani, exterior needs to calm down a few notches. Overall like though.
Can you please restate this in the form of a shoddy computer rendering?
I'd give it to Drewhastheinternet, ask him to stuff it in the backseat of a Passat, and force that other Mike guy to finally eat his own poo.
Seems like the cutoff for luxury cars is extended, but not for normal cars. Still, my 03 LS430 doesn't make the cut :laugh:
I swear to God I will pistol whip the next person that says shorty.
Pick up a lightly used exhaust and get a stage 1 tune and keep driving it IMO. Even stage 1 was a night and day difference on my old MKV.
People in the three comma club love cool doors.
First they had normal doors.
Then they had falcon doors.
So I have to assume that next...
They build what people buy new. People stop buying them, so they stop making them. From a detached standpoint, it makes perfect sense and I'm ok with that.
As an enthusiast, it sucks. I buy new...
That's what I work for to have others do parties I don't have time to .
Good point, I forgot that was a joint project when I posted. Even more apt comparison, being that it's a small lightweight convertible.
I like the idea, but I just can't see them justifying the cost. Toyobaru costs were split between two companies, and even that was probably a hard decision for them to make.
What are those neck bolts sticking out of the cluster area?