Sooo, not > 6000?
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Sooo, not > 6000?
Wasn't sure which topic to put this in (Random Observation, Earworm, this...)
Love the walking crank in the background.
1.0T here. Designed to run on 87. Has a special coolant loop designed to keep running after the engine is shut off, eliminating the need for a turbo timer. Great MPG out of boost, but power when...
Every time I read one of his posts, I just pretend I'm hearing it from John Hodgman. Then it feels right.
1.76 two days ago. Just in time for turkey day travel.
No one is calling for getting rid of the arts. We are just tired of hearing baristas complain about their student loans because they got a masters in basket weaving.
Some I saw out on the Salt Flats several years ago.
Looks a lot better! But I think I will stick to my 1.0l; same fuel economy, more powa.
Glad to see I'm not the only one to think of this idea.
Someone call for a TOW truck? ;)
Fair enough, keeps the salaries high for the jobs that are in demand.
This car makes me go giggity.
Ah, yes, so much this. If you can't make an unprotected left in 5 seconds and you are holding up traffic, move on. Should be law.
Fairly sure he meant left. There are a lot of lights where one can safely make a left because there is zero traffic coming, but you have to wait for the cycle.
Shrug, I tend to average over 20k a year. Fiesta isn't 2 years old yet, and at 43k. The downside of living in areas with no traffic.
I dunno, looks fine to me. Granted I'll be mistaking for a Subaru on a quick glance at the grill.
Curious how that plan would work.
What about the possibility of a rear main leak? That or the clutch return wasn't fully disengaging, but like people said, there would have been that smell.