I did months of research, trying to find out the very best short shifter option for my FC RX-7. The answer was almost unanimously the shifter made by a company called C's. The praise was so high, it was the king of shifters. However, actually finding a then out of production part, that was also relatively scarce to begin with, was challenging to say the least. When they did come up, they were incredibly expensive.
The product in question is the Top Speed Pro1 exhaust. Having originally purchased the car with a Racing Beat exhaust that was a down pipe, mated to a NA application exhaust, I was looking to open things up a bit with a true 3" set up. At the same time, I was on a very tight budget. Having sold the existing exhaust for about $200, I was trying to get as close to break even as
I am passionate in my love for cars, but I am equally as passionate for my disdain of SUV's and crossovers. Seeing these photos on the covers of these two publications, makes me really feel like cars and true driver's cars will soon be extinct. What do you guys think?
During it's time, I gather, this was kind of the epitome of a driving "appliance" really just kind of basic no thrills transport. But seeing it pull up to a recent cars and coffee illicited an internal, "ooh look at that" from me, and it seems a few others as well. Is it just a Midwest thing, because so few cars of this age survive in the rust belt, or does anyone else raise an eyebrow seeing "regular"
I saw this rental Ferrari that Extreme Experience brought to Rise and Drive the other day, and it got me thinking about the possibility. I was just thinking, anyone else ever do one of these rent a super car at the track things? I see them all the time, but have never tried it. I always feel like for the money, I'd rather just take my own car to a track day, is that weird?
If you haven't heard of BNR, it's the creation of a man named Bryan Nickell who took it upon himself to take what the manufacturer put in it's turbocharged engines, and make it better. Offered on his website bnrsupercars.com, his improvements vary, depending on your flavor of choice, with a menu of stages from 1-5. Your stage 1 is essentially a refresh of the factory unit, in most cases with a tweak or two with an eye
Tire rotations. Should take ten minutes, becomes half hour ordeal with one floor jack and a couple jack stands. What a pain, but I also wanted to check brakes and replace some missing pad springs. Everything looks in top shape thankfully! 😁 #rant #chicagocarlife