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If you live in the US, this chart is your best place to start looking. International posters outside the US may have region specific options not shown here!
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Need a VIN checked? Search the catalog (https://boards.4chan.org/o/catalog) for an existing VIN check thread before making your own.

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>9.5mpg on recent fill up

Vortec 6000
FUKC DIS SHIYETT!!!!!
I HATE CITY SLICKERs!!!!
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Have fun giving your hard earned money to oil companies. Meanwhile I charge my VW ID3 for free thanks to my solar panels lmao
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>>27838096
It's probably custom. A 2500 suburban frame basically bolts straight up.
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>>27838875
some people just don't like driving around in golf carts, sweetie.
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>>27839165
we understand you.
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>>27838003
9.5? lel im averaging 13.5 with a shittier engine. Git gud scrub

automobile design peaked in the 80s and 90s
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>>27829166
This is an 80s car(and in some places a 90s car)
It always makes me chuckle
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>>27839103
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>>27829870
this image is blackpilling
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>>27839152
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I want an 850csi in blue and an E30 coupe in silver so bad. And any air-cooled 911.

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Confectioneries edition

>Motorcycle tips and tricks
>Motorcycle pics, webmsand streamies
>Tendy rating services
>Motorcycle benchracing
>rest in piss gaymoo, gn, pink horny, indian, hotwing
>Tennyfren HQ
>CB500 leg legion association guild clan
>not enough vfrs
>sv650 posting and R7 retards
>motorcycle anime girls (2d only)
>Milkshake posting and other treats
>Don't buy EV or chinese motorcycles
>class, plug

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HARLEY DAVIDSON is the best
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>>27839107
How I'm trying to be
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>>27838214
>tfw when browsing craigslist/marketplace so frequently that over the years start recognizing people's garages and houses.
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>>27839107
I'm a fan of um
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Suzuki?

I'll lay out the fundamental problem with EVs:
>it's the batteries, stupid!
Batteries are about 16x less dense than gasoline. Even when you take into account the superior efficiency of electric motors (70-90ish % vs 40% for ICEs) that only makes batteries about 1/10th as good as gasoline. Fuel cells are the only realistic answer in the near-term, and that tech hasn't gone anywhere in decades. So until the battery problem is solved, failures like Ford's F-150 electric shitbox are going to worsen as consumers figure out that EVs suck.
And no, battery research is never going to solve the problem (at least not for hundreds of years). Battery tech is very slow to advance, it has always been slow to advance, and there are no "breakthrough" technologies that will change that.
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>>27839128
>post dads leased cuckpod
>lurking 24/7 to respond immediately
>get nervous if not immediately responded to
>you when "driving" a car irl instead your gaymen console
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>>27836957
Is the problem in volume or weight?
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>>27839159
>there's only one other anon on /o/
I have no idea who or what you are talking about, didn't read the thread. Came in here to laugh at an anon pretending a V6 rental mustang is his car. Did you think nobody would notice anything weird about a parking garage with 3 V6 Mustang convertibles parked next to each other in Hawaii? How do you you end up in a situation where you have to pretend to own one of the most laughed at cars in the world?
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>>27839172
YWNBAW
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>>27839172
>board without any form of identification whatsoever
>haha I am totally not that other guy
Is your dad gone with the leased explosive vehicle?
>Hawaii
Yes, lovely place to be for work and pleasure.

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Communism is beautiful
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>>27838327
from this
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>>27839077
to this
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>>27831389
this car looks so good im not going to lie
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>>27839168
to this
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>>27831398
In conclusion we need another Berlin wall in order to get the good BMWs back.

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>look up car meets in my area
>it's all boomers with their 1950's diner shitboxes
how the fuck do I find meets with people my age? the shit you see in the movies with fast cars, fat chicks, and loud exhausts??
I don't have an instagram, and if i did idk what to even search for
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>>27838824
>be me
>get invited to show my car
>car is 18 years old and bone stock, well maintained sitting at 221,xxx miles
>dont like people
>dont trust morons to not hoon thier way into the side of my (not) shitbox.
>drive my 23 year old truck to the show and look at other peoples cars instead.
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>>27838961
bot post
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>>27839122
Kek hatchbacklets are so fucking delusional
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>>27838937
>golfs have a "sporty" image here.

I thought the US didn't get a GTI until the Mk4? If the US did get the MK2/3 GTI I can see how it would be the king of the hot hatches since Ford was retarded and decided not to release the Escort Cosworth to the NA market.

At least you got a downtuned version of the less exciting Sierra (XR4).
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>>27839127
No balls, no porsche you think everyone is me but you'll never be me!

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How do I stop driving so recklessly? If a cop isn't around I will blatantly ignore rules of the road. It's going to get me in trouble sooner or later.

I'll floor it on back roads, run stop signs, run red lights and all sorts of little shit because frankly, I know when I can/can't get away with it. How do I stop?
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>>27839167
Took me killing 2 people in a nissan rogue on accident. Tbf they lived the accident part.
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Define reckless? Running a stop sign with no cars around isn't reckless. How often do you get the horn blasted at you?
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>>27839167
You're American. This is your freedom.
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>go to work early
>very little/no traffic
>run every red light if no one is around

Im not waiting around for fuck all at that time of the morning tbqh

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How to control my urge to speed? I hit over 120 today on an interstate and everything less just feels so boring now.
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No worries kid, you either die or cops ticket the shit out of you. Just keep doing your immature behavior that is not really car culture but asshole culture.
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>>27839047
Kek cry slowfaglet
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>>27839047
>you either die
I am very aware of that and kinda indifferent
my life feels empty and I have nothing outside my job going on (job that I do actually enjoy but still)
thats also the reason I wont ever get a bike
I just KNOW I would kill myself
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>>27839047
>Just keep doing your immature behavior
If you never sped in your 20s you aren't a real car enthusiast
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>>27838826
No idea what you two are on about.
>speeding my whole driving life
>sped in 20 different counties and 3 continents
>0 tickets
>0 incidents of any kind
>hours upon hours of time saved
>>27838865
>engine sound is annoying
Yeah when speeding in a shitbox, this is an issue. I had a Suzuki swift that could do 180km/h but sounded like angry hornets raping your ears.
Honestly the way I speed, it feels more like croozing fast.
Maybe you have issues with aggression and not speed, just need a different outlet for it, like beating your wife.

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My car’s shocks seem to be blown (very stiff, even on softest setting, very bouncy no matter the setting) and I’d like to replace them with something decent. Usually I get Ohlins DFV and am happy, but I’m on a budget and am honestly considering Teins for the first time in my life.
Tein Flex Z coilovers are $600 here vs $1540 for Ohlins. Should I just get the teins or something similar? Probably won’t be spending much time on the track, just mountain roads and daily driving. So for my purposes, the negatives of the teins seem to only be extra weight and a slight hit to comfort.
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>>27838299
>t. shill who wanted to upsell everyone $3k+ coilovers
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>>27838307
>anon tells you to just buy Koni yellows and save the money on shit coilovers.
>accuse him of shilling
bruh
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>>27838084
They don't make them for the FD yet, but I just got a set of Koni special actives (their trick is frequency selective damping, basically a Koni STR-T that can automatically adjust itself based on how fast or slow it compresses or extends) on my shitbox and I love them. They're comfortable on shit roads while also having the ability to stiffen up when you drive it hard. The catch is you can't run springs that lower the car with them or the bypass valve will never shut (it'll be soft all the time), and they don't handle massively stiff spring rates well either, so if you want those things and/or don't daily drive it so comfort isn't something you care about, go for the yellows instead.
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>>27836055
teins are made in china, hence why they are so cheap. all coilovers are shit for longevity, their threads for spring adjusters rust and seize and their shocks dont last long. theres a reason why no street car ever came with them from the factory. get sporty shocks instead of larping as a racer
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Yellows and GCs.

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>my truck is rwd
>front tires still wear out about 2x faster than rears
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>>27834560
Uohh...
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>>27835061
Your obvious answer is the real answer, why are you digging? Why do you care at all about the fictional reasons?

>She is either shamelessly getting off on the attention or is getting paid and is fully aware that this serves no other function than to let men masturbate to this photo.
Social media to women is what porn is to men. You know you're shamelessly getting off on tranny porn and fully aware that it's wrong and disgusting, yet you do it anyway so you can blow a load. In both cases you are being led by emotion. Stop trying to rationalize it, this isn't fucking Reddit where every single fucking line of dialogue needs a lore page
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>>27835061
>women are usually hiding behind plausible deniability. like when they wear next to nothing at the beach they will say they wanted to get a tan or it's really hot. that's why they have no clothes on.

nah dude, it's comfy, plus, swimming
if you were guaranteed to be alone at the beach most people would be naked
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>>27834775
Pic is 12+ years old, she's probably in her mid 20s now

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Is it advisable to use E85 if your engine supports it?
Just got a '16 Ford Focus which is newer than anything I've ever owned before and this flexfuel thing is new to me.

It seems too good to be true that I can fill my tank with something that costs 30-40 cents less per gallon than standard gas. So what is the catch? Will it hurt MPG? Make my engine explode? Increase wear?
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>>27838943
Expect a 50% reduction in fuel mileage.
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>>27838973
race gas isn't leaded, some aircraft fuel is
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>>27838943
your engine and fuel system were designed for it, it's the best case scenario since all materials are compatible. you will lose about 30% MPG because the combusion reaction for ethanol has a different stoichiometric point. >>27838973 is a retard for spreading FUD about wear but he's partially right. ethanol is only worth it if you drive it a lot or drive it hard. since there's more fuel there's more fuel dilution, which means more ethanol ends up in your oil sump and you need to get the oil temps high enough to evaporate the fuel out. if it were me, I would change my oil every 3k. but ethanol has a lot of benefits, like running a lot cooler and resisting knock and cleaning your combustion chamber. on some flex cars like the caprice police cruiser, you also get more power on ethanol. if you get it tuned you can definitely make more power.
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>>27839034
>>27838973
>>27838943

E85 on the city is a gaz guzzler. On the highway, on the other hand... i make about as much mpg as gasoline.
empty your tank and fill er up with e85. save your mileage. watch your odometer when the tank empties out. calculate your mpg and do the same with gasoline. divide by fuel cost and you will get the smartest choice. by experience its all about your driving habits. i use my car almost exclusively for highway
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>>27839117
yeah 30% is under equal conditions in a lab but irl it depends on the way the engine is tuned and what specific load and rpm you spend time at. best thing for OP is to just try it out and do the math to see if he's really saving anything.

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Will there eventually be "touchscreen delete" kits for 2010s-2020s cars, to be known as second malaise era in a few decades?
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>>27838916
woah so many numbers, so many european lauguage, many gears, much metal, very analogue, wow, it's like having a giant rolex watch in front of your face while driving your computerized hybrid V16 hypercar that requires mandatory 20000 dollar maintenances every month or else your car gets confiscated and you get sued for disrespecting the manufacturer
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>>27838775
Generic slot radios were actually peak, you can take that touchscreen out for a single slot radio or gages if they really bothered you or upgrade your touchscreen once it's outdated
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>>27838996
points for modularity and upgradeability for sure
but also they look like shit, i much prefer the look of integrated radios on older cars. in order to preserve the looks, ill happily pay to install a hidden bluetooth module, wired inside the console somewhere.
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>>27838916
I can easily forsee a future where quantum-computer based LLM's could fairly easily decrypt and analyze your ECU and even tune it for you. You'll still need electrical skills, but the future is coming where you can have your own code monkey in your pocket.
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>>27839164
there's no need for LLMs
the problem isn't editing the code, the problem is the legal protections around the code (copyright/anti-tampering shit) and how to even interface with the system (proprietary connectors/DRM stuff)
if you can connect to the ECU and read and edit the code (without going to jail over it), the rest is ezpz

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I'm looking for a used car that I could buy with a $1,000 down payment and that can be used for work (like food deliveries)

My credit is not great but not terrible (that's what the bank tells me), I don't really have any family/friends that can help me get one. I would get an Ebike but it's been raining a lot these summer months (south east USA), plus doing food deliveries on a ebike is kinda dangerous in my area due to the lack of bike infrastructure.

Does anyone know a decent make/model for that? Or am I doomed to keep taking the nasty ass public bus?
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>>27837098
A real job is like an office, store or a factory where you show up, work your shift and earn hourly wages or salary. You shouldn't need to make major investments into work. The biggest investment I've made was buying clothes and shoes that were appropriate for the job. But I could drive my $500 shitbox, ride a bike, vanpool, or bus over there. But usually i drove my fancy $2500 luxury SUV
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>>27838339
they mislead people pretty badly, but any finance manager or sales guy at a dealership can tell you that.
credit scores are really most useful if you buy a new car and the manufacturer has promotional financing, since it's based on if you get approved, then the threshold for promo financing is by score (which score? fuck off, it changes every time)
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>>27836615
financing is for broke niggers with impulse control issues
buy a $1000 car, drive it while saving up for something better. when it kicks the bucket, sell it for $500 and get something better
>durr you can no get $1000 car
literally 10 - 15 cars in my city on marketplace that run and drive for $1000 or less. you can find $1000 runners all day long. go for rusty, deer damage, flood damage, salvage title, etc.
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>>27837103
if you go the marketplace route and see a car with any leaks in person, ALWAYS be ready to walk away. a lot of sellers are scummy and hide issues til you show up and coincidentally remember the car is pissing oil everywhere from one of the main seals. you don’t sound like the type to wrench or want to wrench but regardless, ALWAYS be ready to walk away. it’s almost impossible to find a good used car nowadays that can reliably to you from A to B without blowing up or falling to pieces on the highway. lots of neglectful shitheads out there just looking to make a quick buck at your own expense. INB4
>cheap cars come with problems! wow!
yeah. but those problems should be along the lines of
>anon! don’t roll the windows down because they don’t come back up.
>the door card is loose/missing.
>the mirrors are missing.
>the seats are torn to shit.
>the paint is faded/rattlecanned/scratched.
you know, minor things that don’t make the car ACTUALLY unreliable.
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>>27836615
Get rid of the bank, join a credit. Should be able to get an auto loan or worst case a personal loan. You now have that $1000 in case of problems. Being down south you should be able to get something decent for 4-7 grand, I wouldn't go over 8k.

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>>27838645
Nature is very relaxing
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>>27838645
For me it's the smell and temperature.
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How riding 50cc in traffic feels
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Watch Call Me By Your Name
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>>27838920

watch Summer of 85 instead since its better and it has a cool 80s Suzuki which one of the character rides fast to escape his feels


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