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[]Jon Nelson

Hey, think I saw you Saturday afternoon , on Country Club drive. A nice looking silver Beemer, then saw the Wheelwell sticker on the window. Like the styling of this car, does not look like all the other BMW sedans. Post more pics of this car.

[]Joe Cipriani III

Thank you my friend! I will get around to posting more pictures. Yeah I am pretty sure I saw your car as well. Stop out to a Cars and Coffee sometime!

[]Jon Nelson

I shall do that some day.

Jordan Shuster5 hours ago

Haven’t been able to drive because I finally had my surgery. It just so happens that these past two days have also been some of the nicest days we’ve had all winter. I’m so upset.

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[]Ernie Szots

On the plus side, you're past your surgery! You never shared the details and I don't want to pry, but any surgery behind you without complication is a good thing. You'll be back in the saddle in no time.

[]Jordan Shuster

Thank the lord. I'm so glad it's all over with.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I guess it's time to download some racing games to pass the time.

[]Jordan Shuster

If only my gaming computer was finished, I could get some quality gameplay in today. I guess for the moment, I'll have to settle for CSR on my phone :')

[]Wilson Oberholzer

You could give Real Racing 3 or Gear.Club a try. Both are a lot more involved than CSR is.

[]Jordan Shuster

I'll check them out, thanks! :D

[]Thomas Hisaw

Booo. Go sit in the car at least. Start it. Rev it some. Toss it into gear like an accident. Let the car take you to the furthest gas station. Get pulled over. And try reverse psychology telling the officer that you are way too high from pain pills to be intentionally driving the car haha J/K

[]Jordan Shuster

lmao x) I've considered it! But I can't properly sit up :')

[]Thomas Hisaw

Oh wow. Sorry.

So. Top 5 “reasons to own a friggen sweet racecar bed” are on the board. Survey Says!

[]Jordan Shuster

Right? Good thing I'm in the market for furniture. Someone link me some good racecar beds, STAT!

#Saab #Detailing I was discussing some detailing issues with a friend who recommended a lot of different stuff to me. His biggest concern was my use of a glaze when I should be using a Dual Action buffing machine and proper compounds to smooth out the finish on my car. I also talked to him about how my car could use a respray in certain spots due to chips in the paint to which he suggested touch up paint

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[]Ernie Szots

I've always been curious about those liquid etching products that are supposed to take the white oxidation off plastic trim pieces and make them look all shiny and black again.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Are you talking about "Back-to-black" types of products?

[]Ernie Szots

I think so. The liquid products you wipe onto plastic trim, let sit and then wipe off. They're supposed to remove the oxidation that turns black plastic trim pieces white and restore the deep, black plastic finish.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I wasn't sure that that was how they worked. I do have a couple of those planned to order as both the Meguiar's and Mother's trim restoring products left a lot to be desired in terms of durability.

[]Ernie Szots

Looking forward to it. I've enjoyed the practical, real world approach to these reviews that you've done.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Thanks! I try to make sure that I let people know exactly what I did so if they want similar results they can get them. I may start using a better camera than what my phone has for some of the products as I don't think the blemishes come through as they should.

Are there any particular brands of trim restorer that you'd like to see tested? I may see about picking up some of the usual suspects available at Walmart to put up against what I've been told is top notch stuff. I'm thinking treat 1 or 2 trim pieces with each kind and have a direct comparison for shine and durability.

Hayden Baker1 hour ago

Even thought the anticipation is killing you, hand tighten the bolts, let the RTV dry, torque the bolts, THEN you can start the car!

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[]Christopher McDowell El

Glad you know the importance of letting that settle. Impatience brews spills.

[]Hayden Baker

And vacuum leaks!

[]Tom Armstrong

Our Subaru manual states to "Install within 5 min. after applying liquid gasket". But doesn't mention a drying period. I normally wait until its dry before filling fluids or starting the engine though.

[]Hayden Baker

I've been taught to apply the part, lightly tighten it to compress the bead, then torque once it's dry which is about an hour depending on temp

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Waiting for RTV to dry is one of the most annoying parts of working on a car. Sometimes you just wanna start it up and test out whatever you did to it.

[]Hayden Baker

Right?! So annoying

I am about to embark on another "first time experience"! I am organizing a car show! I've done an extensive amount of research and talking with others, plus I have had numerous cars in numerous shows and have won multiple trophies... (My 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8) So far, I have a cause to donate all the proceeds to, I have a large venue, I have some giveaways already, plus I have a plan! (My 2007 Subaru Impreza WRX

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[]Filip Larsson

Gather a crew of people so you can keep things organized. Clearly set up rules. And make sure you dont get any cop trouble regarding location and noice complaints etc.

[]Chris Dirkschneider

Definitely! I have a couple car groups already volunteering to help, plus I have been working on the rules and expectations (plus legality of responsibility). Location is secured and approved, so that is good. Thanks for the inputs, much appreciated!

[]Jordan Shuster

This is awesome! I'm super excited FOR you!

I wish I was local, I would probably attend!

[]Robert Sixto

I've been thinking of trying to do the same, but perhaps a more informal meet. I'll be scanning this thread for pointers.

[]Ernie Szots

Beyond cool; super props to you!

I've never been involved personally, but from following some car YouTubers that have, I've heard about liability being a big issue. The fact that your location is secured and approved is fantastic. Might be overkill, but I've even heard about organizers having some kind of medical response staff on hand, be it paramedics or a private entity, to add that extra layer of professional warm and fuzziness to the event. Not to mention that despite best efforts, there will always be that one idiot that tries to look cool and can end up hurting himself, or others.

[]Christopher McDowell El

Ahhhh you closet mopar owner

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Sac Car Scene12 hours ago

I own two vehicles, one is my daily which is an 04 Land Rover Discovery and the other my 2015 Subaru BRZ. To be honest, when I drive my Land Rover, I feel more relaxed and less stressed about anything happening to it. I know, it's about twice the size of my BRZ and it is lifted with M/T tires, but I think it being an automatic makes it all that more relaxing. I still love

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[]Christopher McDowell El

Nah I just get bored

[]Jon Dagata

This. I don't feel as connected with the vehicle. I feel more like my car is taking me somewhere instead of me driving it. lol. That being said, my next daily will probably be an auto because it's getting hard to find a crossover I like that has a stick with anything more than the base trim.

[]Jordan Shuster

Absolutely, especially in a high-traffic area like my city. Automatics are fun, but not when your daily commute is constant stop and go traffic. That’s why I’ll never have a manual daily.

[]Jordan Shuster

This all being said I'm very guilty of kicking the floor where the clutch should be. :x

[]Robert Sixto

I just feel bored too, I've realized I really enjoy driving a manual. The eye opener for me, was when I had more fun driving a manual Scion than I did driving an automatic Panamera! I realized I must be crazy, or the transmission was the difference... I suppose it could be both.

[]Ernie Szots

Oh, man, what a great post.

First thing that came to mind after reading the title was the following question: Does anyone else nearly kick through the floor board with their left foot when starting up an automatic car? Haha, it happens to me about 1 out of every 20 starts in my better half's car.

It's rare, but I've found myself looking for the clutch when decelerating to a stop and have caught the far left edge of the brake pedal, causing the car to buck. Automatics are downright dangerous! lol

[]Dwight Callaway

I get it. My little Ranger is stick shift and is super fun to drive. My Trans Am is the first and only automatic sports car I will own. It's actually not that bad. It's kinda nice to just click on the cruise control and sit back. I don't really feel bored or have less of a connection to my car. Don't get me wrong, I wish the Trans Am was a stick car, but it's still fun being an automatic.

[]Yves Vds

It all depends on the mood. In general I prefer manual transmissions. But some cars have terrible feel when it comes to gearshift, like extremely long throws. And that kind of kills it for me. So depending on the drive and on the car, I can really enjoy driving an automatic too. There is a certain joy to driving something like a Lexus LS with its buttery smooth transmission and whisper-quiet interior. When it comes to spirited driving, I will always prefer a manual transmission. I know that the latest double-clutch gearboxes are close to perfection, and will shift more intelligently and faster too. But I like a bit of involvement, and nothing does that better than a short-throw manual transmission.

[]Chris Dirkschneider

Maybe too much.... My left foot always feels bored.... LOL. My 2014 Silverado is the first automatic I've owned (for a year now) in 11 years, since my other truck (with the exception of my wife's vehicles). So going to work isn't as engaging when I had a clutch and gears to deal with on my daily commutes. Was it a pain in stop and go traffic, sure, but I was still engaged with my car more so than I ever feel I am with my truck. I still like my truck though!

Name your car? What is the car and name? Help each other out by suggesting alternatives!!! 2000 Subaru Impreza 2.5RS = 22_1NA_B 1964 Chevy Truck = STEEVE

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[]Jordan Shuster

Oh boy I love this game because I literally name everything.

2008 Xterra - Terra
2012 Mustang - Stella
2001 Escape - El Chapo
1967 Mustang - Tantrum
2017 Sentra Turbo - Baby Boost

[]Jordan Shuster

Oh and to explain:

Terra was an incredibly obvious name, because she was literally always covered in dirt. I got her back in 2009, when I was 14. I frequently off-roaded her despite being bone-stock, and hardly ever washed her.

Stella was a name chosen by my best friend. We also referred to her as the Shining Stellar Stang, because I kept her pristine the entire time I had her.

El Chapo was a temporary vehicle that had 200,000 miles on it. It was always trying to kill me and it was called an Escape. I was also doing deliveries for my dad - a pharmacist - at the time, so basically it was a drug runner.

My 67 was named Tantrum because when I bought it, my parents thought I did so in some weird revenge scheme (we had recently fought over my obsession with cars) and said I was just throwing a tantrum. So I named it that in their honor. I wish I could have kept it, I would have driven it to their house every day so they could deal with my Tantrum.

The Sentra is called Baby Boost because she has a tiny Turbo, and because the name is fun to say. It randomly came up in a group chat and has stuck ever since.

[]Chris Dirkschneider

It's always awesome to hear how people come up with the names when there is a story behind it! Your explantion of El Chapo is even more funny to me now... seriously I am laughing out loud at that and Tantrum is fitting. I like the names, they are all good!

[]Jordan Shuster

Thanks x) El Chapo was probably my favorite name. Honestly, if the wheel bearing had been fixable for less than three times than the car was actually worth (it was NOT my fault I swear), I might have kept it a bit longer.

[]Chris Dirkschneider

LOL... El Chapo... that's funny right there!!!

[]Filip Larsson

Volvo 855 T5 Wagon, call her ”The Boat”

[]Justin Cavallucci

I named my 2007 mustang Betty and my 1968 Mustang Stacey. The way I find the names for my cars is music. When a song clicks with me, that helps me decide. For the 2007 I was listening to black Betty and boom, Betty was the name. For the 1968, the Stacy's mom song came on as I was thinking of names for the car. I added the e in Stacey because one of my mentors in high school is named that. She helped me a ton and is an incredibly brave cancer survivor.

[]Arman Sterling

My 1st car was a sl 3000gt i named "warship" because that sucker was heavy.
2nd car is named "jenny" because its a BK2 genesis
3rd car is not named due to it being a project still, just some old mk3 supra

[]Chris Dirkschneider

I named my 1992 3000GT VR4 Isis because it was that Glacier Pearl White! Now ISIS is out there so I can never reuse that name if I ever get my hands on another one... Or I take it back, oh yeah, taking it back....

[]Arman Sterling

Mine was pearl white too man, really pretty color

[]Randy Gross

2010 Mazdaspeed 3 - Rocket
When I test drove it, first thing I said was "This thing is a rocket!" The name stuck.

2003 Trailblazer - Trailbastard
It was a family vehicle no one loved. So I had to swoop in a save it from a life of sitting in the driveway. After some "upgrades" I take it off-road, run parts, its my "do anything" vehicle.

2008 Honda CBR1000RR - Nicky
I am a big Nicky Hayden fan and told myself in 2006 when he won the GP title I would get myself a Honda and name it after him. While doing shopping research, was reading about the bike on Motorcycle-USA.com and the bike they used for the article was the shining yellow pearl color, which is the very same color I bought.

My girlfriend has a 2010 Civic she named Gunther. How a Japanese car ended up with a German name, I still haven't figured out.

[]Andrew Taylor

1996 corolla aka the RallyeRolla

[]Tobias Linder

My Volvo is just called the "Tractor", because it's heavy, sluggish, diesel and pulls its weight.

My Miata is still "Project Bumblebee" and he's meant to be just "Bumblebee" when he's done. Because show car, yellow, black and transformers emblems. Only have the dash cluster in place so far, but it's getting there.

[]Jeff Bowman

13 STi- Sammie
15 FXT- Skyla
05 FXT 5MT- ?? I’ve come up with nothing so far(help!)

01 Prelude was Crystal, 2000 was Christina, and 99 was Pearl. Ive named all of my cars except my current daily lol

[]Chris Dirkschneider

I had an 04 FXT that I had STI parts from nearly every model year in it, so I named in FrankenSTIen... prior to that I was contemplating either Toast or Lunchbox.... I love their boxy bodies!

[]Ernie Szots

Early on, I would refer to my 2007 Toyota Yaris hatchback as Knight Rider, but a friend said it looked like Darth Vader's helmet and it stuck. Most people refer to it as Vader now, except for my mom, who calls it "Pulga", which is Spanish for flea lol.

My better half has a 2011 Honda Accord Coupe that we call, Sparkle, because of her bling-bling license plate frames.

[]Chris Dirkschneider

Very nice! LOL, for a second there while reading I thought you were gonna say you named it Helmet which I would have said add Lord before Helmet - referring to Space Balls!

[]Ernie Szots

Oh, man, that would have been even better!

[]Chris "SCHREK" Schretzenmaier

2000 Subaru 2.5RSTi. Color is Blue Ridge Pearl. Her name is “Vexy”

[]Chris Dirkschneider

Nice!

[]Adam Helmers

1999 Mustang = Lucy

[]Yves Vds

I have been looking for a name for my SportCross for ages... and came up with nothing... HELP ME!

[]Ernie Szots

Lexi is a sexy name for a sexy car.

[]Chris Dirkschneider

I love the way the instrument cluster looks, which reminded me of a nice watch, which instantly led me to think Chronos.... but I don't know how that fits with the rest of the car, which is supercharged awesomeness!

[]Landon Shore

The only time I have had a name for any of my vehicles is when it comes organicly...otherwise it always feels contrived to me to try and just give it a name for the hell of it. Don't get me wrong though, I personify my relationship with my cars haha

[]Robert Sixto

I'm kind of the same way I think

[]Hayden Baker

My first car, an E39 BMW 530i, was named Ursula. My 350Z is named Elli, and my daily E39 540i is named Helga. My short lived truck was named Sydney. I always use a girls name. I can't really explain where the names come from; they just come to me. It really gives the car more personality; it makes them come to life.

[]Ernie Szots

Ursula and Helga are killer names lol. Up there with Eleanor.

[]Hayden Baker

Thanks man! Seemed fitting for a tough German girl

[]Ernie Szots

Absolutely!

[]Sebastian Nounou

My red 1997 Civic H2B Hatch: Rose

[]Robert Sixto

It's funny, I've never had names for any of my cars, other than just the model or chassis code. Maybe I'm just boring.

[]Chris Dirkschneider

Not at all! Some cars/trucks I've never named.... some I just cursed at..... but it can be a fun thing to do, specially when my kids are involved in the process!

[]Wilson Oberholzer

So far my Saab is the only car I haven't named. Everything else had a name just naturally came to me. I'm thinking something inspired by the "Born from Jets" theme but nothing comes to mind.

My focus is "Grampa"
BMW is "Spitfire"

S-10 was "Scout"
'99 Prelude was "The Batmobile"
'97 Prelude was "Predator"
Civic was "Sariel" (Angel of death)
VX800 was "Huey"
XJ600S was "Sprite"

[]Chris Dirkschneider

Doesn't Saab make fighter jets named the Gripen and Viggen? Maybe something based of them?

[]Wilson Oberholzer

My biggest issue is Viggen is already a Saab model that's the same body as my 9-3. I don't want to be like those who put ///M badges on non-M cars with BMW's. The Gripen (Griffin) is also another Saab, a variation of the 9-5.

[]Chris Dirkschneider

Ah... and now I know more about Saabs, thanks for the info! And I understand the naming if already used by a manufacturer! My kids named my truck, hence STEEVE....

[]Thomas Hisaw

My Miata was “Experiment 626” (Stitch)
860 is “Pegasus”

[]Geoff Canyon

My father used to call his girlfriend's Datsun 240 Z "the twenty-four ounce car".

[]Jon Dagata

My Celica is Brutus and my FRS is Roxy. :)

[]Roleuk Nhoay

Well

Robert Linsenbach14 hours ago

So circumstances in life can change; requiring certain changes to ones vehicle so may be swapping it for a civic ex sedan. Will keep posted; what’s some 2dr cars you got rid of for a 4dr vehicle? #honda #ej8 #vtecyyo #2to4 #life

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[]Yves Vds

I got rid of my 5th gen Prelude for a 2nd gen Lexus GS300. I always missed the Prelude, but the GS300 had its charm too. You will get to love the Civic too, for different reasons. But you will love her too. ;)

[]Robert Linsenbach

I mean it has the motor I was gonna put in my ek coupe already in it so that’s one less thing for me to buy haha; so hopefully it all goes well

[]Ernie Szots

I would dare say that the Civic Si sedan is more popular than the coupe. My bro in law has a 2011 Civic Si sedan. He does a little canyon carving and has an old 1988 CR-X Si that he takes to the drag strip. He's told me many times about how the sedans are better than the coupes up in the canyons.

[]Robert Linsenbach

Well I’ll be a happy camper if that’s the case; thanks Ernie!

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Both of my Preludes and My S-10 were replaced by 4 door cars. I don't regret the decision though as I stepped up to much nicer to drive vehicles that were more practical for my use.

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[]Tom Armstrong

Whats going on here?

[]Christopher McDowell El

Seems like a fitting description

Jeff Bowman4 hours ago

I’ve had this car for 8 months now.... it’s time to get serious about finding a name! It’s a 05 Forester 2.5XT with the 5MT. Eventually it’ll get a small lift and some different wheels. What should I name her?

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[]Ernie Szots

Bertha!

[]Joe Cipriani III

Sally!

Hey all! I posted this up on Instagram already but I feel like it could be good for wheelwell too. If you had to choose from any villain (even if it's just you that considers them a villain) that would beat represent your car, who would it be and why? I chose batman as a lot of kids always come up to the car and tell their parents/me it looks like the batmobile! #ifmycarwasavillainchallenge #challenge #mustang #batman #villain

[]Ernie Szots

Haha, I feel like mine is so obvious that I shouldn't even say it. Darth Vader! Well, at least his helmet lol.

Tom Armstrong2 hours ago

I dont know if I have ever introduced myself here....Im Tom from San Diego. Ive raced this 1.8L/C60 Swapped Yaris for a few years with SCCA and BMWCCA. Im a Senior Master Subaru tech, and yet My daily is a Subaru instead of my racecar. LOL #yaris #armstrongracing

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[]Ernie Szots

One of the most legit Yaris builds on planet earth. Much respect!

[]Tom Armstrong

THANKS DUDE!

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[]Tom Armstrong

Hell yes....we should have a group on here for the track attackers!

I've been having an issue with My Sony head unit lately where it won't play all of the music on my USB flash drive. I've always wanted a touch screen head unit both for entertainment purposes and for running gauges, plus I've got a Raspberry-Pi and a touch screen for it already so I figured I might have to give it a go. What do you guys think? Should I go through with it and make something cool?

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[]Mister Modtomic

Slightly off topic but, after daytime running lights, I feel like touch screens in a moving car (two to three thousand lbs of rolling death) are the worst idea ever. You Literally MUST take your eyes off the road to operate a touch screen in any capacity. How they are not only legal, but a much touted option in stock vehicles is beyond my comprehension.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I definitely understand how much of a distraction they can be. Any "advanced" stuff would just be done by my copilot when applicable or not done at all. I have steering wheel controls for the OEM radio that I could integrate in to it to lessen the distraction. I've noticed in most of the newer cars that I have gotten to drive that they have a "quick view" sort of display on the gauge cluster to show what you're doing (song titles, time, etc.) so you don't have to look too far away from your focus on the road.

[]Stephen Landon

I like where you are going with this, but I just went with an Android head unit instead. I know it's not as cool as a Pi dash but at the same time, I still want it to do competently at playing radio and stuff when I need it, and I feel that a Pi system like you are doing there is mainly a computer and display for the engine. Maybe I am wrong though.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I'll admit just buying an Android head unit would be much easier (and probably work out cheaper) but I like to tinker and already have the expensive bits. I believe I have seen add-on boards for the Pi that retain the AM/FM functionality but I'm not 100% sure. I still have a lot of research to do.

My thought is that with the Pi I could add in a lot of non stereo functionality (control lights, have "James Bond" type gadgets, be a David Hasselhoff in Knight Rider wannabe)

[]Chris Dirkschneider

Definitely interested in seeing how you do this! I say try it!

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I plan on giving it a shot. I have a decent start on parts for it but the main thing will be getting all of it to play nicely together. We shall see how it goes. Progress might be slow but I'll update every step of the way

[]Gregory Garoppolo

What functionality are you hoping to gain that you wouldn't otherwise have? You mentioned GPS, but there are definitely ways to get that, after that, people usually just want hands free whatever and blue teeth. It sounds like it could be a fun project but I'm not convinced it's practical. Would you be able to pickup additional functions like using streaming audio services?

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I think if I added the right modules I could get streaming services but I believe that would mean I'd need to buy a sim card with a data plan for streaming. It's not so much building it just to add the functionality, I know there are lots of existing head units that could do everything that I'd use. For me it's more of a way to gain some knowledge in programming/engineering and just build a fun project.

[]Gregory Garoppolo

I get it, I have many impractical projects. You wouldn't need a SIM card if the new unit could stream from your phone via bluetooth. I bet it can be done. Those Rasperry PI interfaces are ridiculously flexible.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

My thinking with the SIM card was the unit would be fully standalone. Streaming from another device would be much cheaper though, and probably not too hard to implement. I may see about doing some stuff with it to add telemetry stuff as well (a yaw/pitch/roll meter would be really at home in a Swedish jet)

[]Gregory Garoppolo

That could be interesting! I wonder if you could make the screen give you auxiliary gauges. You might be able to get it to talk to some aftermarket engine monitoring devices.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

That was my thought with the whole Bluetooth thing. I don't care as much about being able to connect to my phone as I care about connecting to the Bluetooth OBD2 adapter I keep in my car, lol.

[]Gregory Garoppolo

Haha! I think driving is an excellent excuse not to respond to phone calls and text messages and thanks to the new Apple driving mode, I can now successfully use my bluetooth adapter to block those things but stream my music. What else do I need?

[]Ernie Szots

Man, I feel like this would result in a lot more leftover parts than the transmission! Best of luck to you if you do go for it; I'd certainly be looking forward to seeing the finished product.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

At this point I'm just in the the "How feasible is this/How much does this cost?/How much work is this?" stage of it. I haven't found a ton of write-ups on how to build one in to a standalone system. Most seem to be a mini PC/tablet type setup that then routes to the auxiliary input of an already existing head unit. The only leftover part that I'd technically have left is my current head unit (which has been in 3 cars so far), the mounts for it, and the adapter harness to connect to the stock plug. It looks like there is a lot of stuff I could add to really make it sweet (GPS modules, bluetooth, hifi audio stuff).

This also gives me an idea for adding my flight stick shifter knob and possibly reviving my KITT project.

[]Ernie Szots

You've def piqued my interest.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I'll be sure to closely document what I do if I decide to go through with it. I may get it at least working outside of the car just for something to do.

[]Sheldon Hall

Yea, I'd love to know how this goes. Been toying with the idea of an integrated tablet on as a radio.

[]Christopher McDowell El

Do that shit!

[]Yves Vds

A car PC with a touchscreen would be cool.

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[]Yves Vds

Laying frame. Impressive! The wheels really suit the car, too.

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[]Tom Armstrong

This looks awesome

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[]Yves Vds

OMG. This is a beast. Would love to drive one.

[]Christopher McDowell El

Glossy 965 Turbo

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[]Yves Vds

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[]Chad Ploski

Makes me want a scoop of ice cream for some reason...?

[]Christopher McDowell El

You may have a chemical imbalance.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Ask your doctor if Subaru™ is right for you

[]Chad Ploski

hahahaha

[]Robert Sixto

Delicious

[]Sac Car Scene

Nice wheels. Did you by chance make it to Cars and Coffee San Francisco at the beginning of the month? I think they have another one planned around January 6th, in Richmond.

[]Christopher McDowell El

Ready to do a Targa Rally

[]Yves Vds

Fits very nicely!

[]Pedro Long

Love the white.

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Jeff Bowman16 hours ago

The first picture may not look like much, but it is a full HT Autos Rear Diffuser with exhaust shields! Can’t wait to get started on all this. Second picture just because!

[]Ernie Szots

Just because ftw!

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