My take, having spent time with both:
Who pooped in my carbs? The amazing part to me is that this bike ran flawlessly with all this crap in it. Going to be adding an inline filter after this. Rebuilt the carb and uprated the jets for the pod filters I put on.
24.7mpg in the Lexus from Overland Park to Wichita. Cruising on the highway between 70-90mph. Barge lyfe.
Whelp guess that just leaves Oppo, then.
Had a photoshoot with this SS 1LE with longtubes and a briefcase delete. It sounds like the wrath of satan.
The new door handle doesn’t fucking fit. God damn it. Lock cylinder retainer is all wrong. Son of a bitch.
I want to get off Mr Bones Wild Ride
We get the Stealth back to Wichita, take it to a buddy’s shop and see what all is wrong with it. Then I drive it a bit.
The Lexus 2nd-gen LS400 has a power tilt and telescope steering wheel. Like the 1st-gen it automatically retracts and tilts away from you when the car is turned off and whirrs back into position when you get back in. Except mine is sort of intermittent and sometimes gets stuck and requires some prodding to get back…
Sold the Mazda6. $2k in the bank for house shenanigans. Yay.
what the fuck is this week? this is horseshit of the highest caliber. And $100 to fucking replace it. The door latch is attached to that little stub in the upper right so I have to try to grab that to get the door open oh goody
So someone was supposed to buy the Mazda6 today. Sunday I decided to go drive it a bit to get the rust off the brakes and whatnot. Went to the coffee table where I set the key last Wednesday and... not there. Wife had some friends over the weekend and they spent the weekend partying and moving furniture around and…
The Saturn Sky is one of those cars that most commonly evokes the emotion “oh, yeah, I forgot about those” but should it? Should the Sky be condemned to the footnotes of history as “that weird offspring of a Cobalt and a Corvette” or is it destined for something greater? Will anyone give a shit? Should they? Even…
In this episode we pick up the car and head out to the mountains to give it a shake down and totally not break the immensely complicated and fragile twin turbo 90s Mitsubishi. No sir.
Took my lunch break to go buy some torx sockets, came home and grabbed a deadblow hammer and fixed the driver door alignment on the Lexus. Aaahhh... so nice. Helped with the tiny bit of wind noise I was getting, as well.
Matt Farah’s Million Mile Lexus is supposedly getting a feature, if not a cover, in the next Motor Trend issue. The car is pretty well-known in enthusiast circles, but your average Joe has never heard of it and likely has completely forgotten the LS400 ever existed. Now they’ll back into the minds of a large portion…
WE OUT HURR DOIN 2K RPM DONUTS
Friend of mine has an ‘00 LS400 with an accidental straight pipe exhaust. It’s hilarious for about 17 seconds and then it’s the most annoying thing in existence.
Seriously, the Honda 919 is just perfection.