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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 01:09 AM
    His color combo is what made me want to get him. Then I played with him and I was sold.
    60 replies | 1694 view(s)
  • DQE92's Avatar
    Today, 01:02 AM
    Sounds like your doing good so far. It only will get easier. Btw wish my tank was brindle colored like yours. Good color combination.
    60 replies | 1694 view(s)
  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 12:58 AM
    Welcome hjbSxpszdlny, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 12:49 AM
    He sleeps with me and he won't go where he sleeps. He holds it well until he wakes me up in the morning. He spends most of his time outside because of the potty training issue. I give him a treat when he goes outside. He knows already that he shouldn't go inside as the last time he did I found him hiding under a table. So he gets that's it is wrong but I guess he doesn't understand how to ask to go outside yet.
    60 replies | 1694 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 12:47 AM
    The Porsche 918 Spyder is one of the most absurdly expensive, absurdly awesome, and absurdly technologically advanced cars on planet earth. It is the highest performance vehicle Porsche has ever offered in production trim for the street. So what does one do if they happen to be fortunate enough to own the 887 horsepower hybrid supercar capable of 0-60 in 2.4 seconds and clearing the 1/4 mile in 10.0 seconds flat? Take it shopping of course. The two women here (not exactly lookers, hey, this is a site filled with guys what do you expect?) are struggling to fit their shopping bags into the small bonnet up front. Why these two women took a 918 Spyder shopping and why they even have a 918 Spyder is anyone's guess. A passerby happens to capture the hilarity on video. Dear 918 Spyder owners, do not use the car as a shopping bag mule. It deserves much better.
    0 replies | 17 view(s)
  • DQE92's Avatar
    Today, 12:43 AM
    How often do you take him out? Your only about a month in. A puppy needs a lot of attention. I remember waking up in the morning having to clean shit and piss in his crate. Thought it would never end. Just have to be persistent on taking him out often. The way you talk about your tank sounds exactly how I felt having been my first dog and never had one before. Especially when you mention that he knows the tricks your teaching him but refuses to listen. Just have to realize that although intelligent they will do what they want .... Unless a treat is involved. This is just my experience and am no expert.
    60 replies | 1694 view(s)
  • robc1976's Avatar
    Today, 12:32 AM
    robc1976 replied to a thread VM N54 Top Mount ST Group Buy in N54
    stock turbos are nothing, I guess all you have to do fabrication wise is extend coolant reservoir hose since it is relocated to the right side.
    105 replies | 4673 view(s)
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  • robc1976's Avatar
    Today, 12:27 AM
    robc1976 replied to a thread VM N54 Top Mount ST Group Buy in N54
    How long will it take to get? That is my only concern. I have my car torn down right now so it would be a perfect time. Just don't want my car down that long. If not to long you can put me down.
    105 replies | 4673 view(s)
  • Hierlevelz's Avatar
    Today, 12:20 AM
    Hierlevelz replied to a thread For Sale: E90 M3 Parts for sale in Buy/Sell - Parts
    Rain tray still available?
    7 replies | 211 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 12:08 AM
    I mean yes, it is. Your car is stock and barely broken in? You trap around 121. He's around 116 with those mods on a good day. You should have probably pulled more but you only ran to 110.
    13 replies | 579 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:57 PM
    How long is this damn thing going to take to potty train???
    60 replies | 1694 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:54 PM
    Sticky replied to a thread Cobb AP in N54
    I'm glad you are. VWboost.com awaits you ;)
    3 replies | 81 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:53 PM
    Sticky replied to a thread P/P N54 Head in N54
    So you milled it? That is going to raise the compression even if you use the stock head gasket.
    5 replies | 164 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:51 PM
    Sticky replied to a thread ShotGun HPFP uprgade update in N54
    I'm sorry about the attachments I really don't understand why the system is causing you trouble. In my defense, the Vbulletin attachment system is a pile of shit to begin with.
    5 replies | 123 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:46 PM
    I wish we had honks and multiple runs. This had the potential to be the coolest Porsche race ever.
    3 replies | 164 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:44 PM
    Last month German publication Sport Auto compared a 1992 E30 M3 DTM car to the F80 M3 on the Hockenheim and the E30 DTM car crushed it. This led to F80 M3 fanboys stating the comparison was not fair because the E30 M3 DTM car is a race car and the F80 M3 is a street car. Apparently a three decade old design with a naturally aspirated four banger beating up on the pride of the modern M division ruffled some feathers. Well, here is a comparison with an E30 M3 that is much closer to the street car. The 1987 FIA Group A car is less powerful than the E30 DTM car and even closer to the E30 M3 street car. Additionally, Mid-Ohio is a larger race track than the tighter Hockenheim that gives an edge to power meaning the straightaways favor much more powerful F80 M3. Before we get into which car excels where on this racetrack we want to highlight the difference in powertrains here. The E30 M3 has a four-cylinder which was developed specifically for FIA and DTM racing. The four-cylinder offered higher revs than BMW's inline-6's at the time and sitting further back in the chassis it offered better balance. The S14 as it is fondly remembered was developed by the same man responsible for BMW's insane 1500+ horsepower turbo four cylinder engine era: "The engine was a highlight. Although there was an internal push to use one of BMW's signature inline-sixes, M technical director Paul Rosche, the mad genius behind BMW's 1400-hp, four-cylinder Formula 1 engines, wanted the balance and high-rpm stability of a twin-cam four. To make the first prototype, he literally sawed two cylinders from the head of an M88—the 24-valve six from the M1 supercar—and paired it with a version of the iron block used in the 2002tii. (Fun facts: The F1 project started with that same block, and Rosche was later responsible for the McLaren F1's V-12.) Test engines vibrated themselves to pieces but produced around 200 hp and more than 7000 rpm." So in the F80 M3 you have modern BMW M power with forced air providing close to 500 horses and in the 1987 E30 M3 Group A car you have an S14 four-cylinder spinning to around ~8000 rpm with roughly 320 horses. The later DTM cars had more displacement and revved to roughly ~10000 rpm with 340+ horsepower. The DTM car obviously offers a bit more power, torque, and tighter gearing. The weight difference between the two cars is about 1400 pounds which is night and day. So how does this play out? The F80 M3 dominates the straights and the E30 M3 dominates the twisties. The end result is practically a wash with the F80 M3 coming ahead by three tenths thanks to its shift speed and straightaway advantage. The comparison plays out exactly as it should. The new car is more powerful and technologically advanced but the track oriented E30 M3 is still more than a match on the roadcourse. Very different M cars but it is certainly interesting to see the past and present compared: Source
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:32 PM
    I'd love to conduct it. Who wants to lend me their M3's?
    2 replies | 25 view(s)
  • nikitino25's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:30 PM
    nikitino25 replied to a thread E90,E91,E92,E93: Expert opinions wanted re M3 control arms in 3 Series and M3
    Yeah I was just hoping that the gained negative camber with M3 arms would kind of mitigate the sensation; I think they will to some extent although a quicker steering rack would be nice also....
    7 replies | 85 view(s)
  • G0TB00ST?'s Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:17 PM
    I posted this awhile back but worth the repost!
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  • G0TB00ST?'s Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:16 PM
    Hmm very interesting. It would be nice to see a comparison between all the different generations.
    2 replies | 25 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:09 PM
    Last month German publication Sport Auto compared a 1992 E30 M3 DTM car to the F80 M3 on the Hockenheim and the E30 DTM car crushed it. This led to F80 M3 fanboys stating the comparison was not fair because the E30 M3 DTM car is a race car and the F80 M3 is a street car. Apparently a three decade old design with a naturally aspirated four banger beating up on the pride of the modern M division ruffled some feathers. Well, here is a comparison with an E30 M3 that is much closer to the street car. The 1987 FIA Group A car is less powerful than the E30 DTM car and even closer to the E30 M3 street car. Additionally, Mid-Ohio is a larger race track than the tighter Hockenheim that gives an edge to power meaning the straightaways favor much more powerful F80 M3. Before we get into which car excels where on this racetrack we want to highlight the difference in powertrains here. The E30 M3 has a four-cylinder which was developed specifically for FIA and DTM racing. The four-cylinder offered higher revs than BMW's inline-6's at the time and sitting further back in the chassis it offered better balance. The S14 as it is fondly remembered was developed by the same man responsible for BMW's insane 1500+ horsepower turbo four cylinder engine era: "The engine was a highlight. Although there was an internal push to use one of BMW's signature inline-sixes, M technical director Paul Rosche, the mad genius behind BMW's 1400-hp, four-cylinder Formula 1 engines, wanted the balance and high-rpm stability of a twin-cam four. To make the first prototype, he literally sawed two cylinders from the head of an M88—the 24-valve six from the M1 supercar—and paired it with a version of the iron block used in the 2002tii. (Fun facts: The F1 project started with that same block, and Rosche was later responsible for the McLaren F1's V-12.) Test engines vibrated themselves to pieces but produced around 200 hp and more than 7000 rpm." So in the F80 M3 you have modern BMW M power with forced air providing close to 500 horses and in the 1987 E30 M3 Group A car you have an S14 four-cylinder spinning to around ~8000 rpm with roughly 320 horses. The later DTM cars had more displacement and revved to roughly ~10000 rpm with 340+ horsepower. The DTM car obviously offers a bit more power, torque, and tighter gearing. The weight difference between the two cars is about 1400 pounds which is night and day. So how does this play out? The F80 M3 dominates the straights and the E30 M3 dominates the twisties. The end result is practically a wash with the F80 M3 coming ahead by three tenths thanks to its shift speed and straightaway advantage. The comparison plays out exactly as it should. The new car is more powerful and technologically advanced but the track oriented E30 M3 is still more than a match on the roadcourse. Very different M cars but it is certainly interesting to see the past and present compared: Source
    2 replies | 25 view(s)
  • rdeterman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:49 PM
    I have enjoyed a bottle or two of that. I recommend you try it a few ways. Drink it straight up, try it on the rocks, and try it with a splash of water. Its crazy how much different they all will taste.
    554 replies | 22846 view(s)
  • VargasTurboTech's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:45 PM
    Yes, welcome to the show.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:45 PM
    Yes. Because it's the NFL policy.
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