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    Today, 08:36 AM
    Welcome Jboost36, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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    Today, 06:21 AM
    Welcome bryguy, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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    Today, 04:18 AM
    Here things are terrible and I think iíve got the virus, but since the hospitals are so damn infectious, i stayed home and didnít do the test. So far so good.
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    Yesterday, 11:40 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum Stock550.
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    Yesterday, 11:14 PM
    Some speculated maybe the G80 M3 might make a surprise showing at Geneva but that possibility is now out the window. That means more renderings and speculation and this latest set still has BimmerBoost shaking its head. Is anyone used to it yet? Is this a good look? Will it grow on anyone? It is arguably the most controversial BMW design decision of all time and makes the 'Bangle Butt' fiasco seem like a minor disagreement. Maybe BMW delayed the M3 so that enthusiasts and potential buyers would have plenty of time to get acclimated to the new grille? Who knows. It still does not feel right and the styling likely will not live up to the quality of the powerplant.
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    Yesterday, 09:23 PM
    Impressed yet? You should be. The C7 Audi S6 and S7 models just continue to look like the best mid-size performance sedan tuning value you can buy. This same S6 ran 11.33 @ 120.02 earlier this year. The owner improved his Stage I record to 11.253 @ 121.52 software only on E65: This is achieved without touching the TCU. Some exhaust mods and maybe some TCU work and this should be a 10-second ride.
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    Yesterday, 09:22 PM
    Welcome BavHotRod, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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    Yesterday, 09:07 PM
    The more new Audi C8 RS6 content, the better. This time around we have the new Audi super wagon taking on AMG's best four-door, the GT S. Now, the more natural matchup is the E63 S wagon as previously stated but what you see is what you get. Both vehicles have twin turbocharged V8's with top mount twin scroll turbochargers. They have similar displacement, direct injection, and frankly are way too similar. It's getting boring in the German performance world. You also have both featuring all wheel drive which is a good thing considering this is a British comparison and it seems that the tarmac in Britain is never dry. How does it go down? The Audi gets a much better launch in the wet and wins. A change of traction modes (ESP off) is tried for the AMG. The second run still has a poor start for the AMG which seems to be more due to reaction time. You see the AMG start a steady pull forward but it is not enough to catch the RS6. A roll race to settle this? Nope, omitted. The AMG seems as if it would win on the top end but someone else will have to do that race.
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    Yesterday, 09:02 PM
    The more new Audi C8 RS6 content, the better. This time around we have the new Audi super wagon taking on AMG's best four-door, the GT S. Now, the more natural matchup is the E63 S wagon as previously stated but what you see is what you get. Both vehicles have twin turbocharged V8's with top mount twin scroll turbochargers. They have similar displacement, direct injection, and frankly are way too similar. It's getting boring in the German performance world. You also have both featuring all wheel drive which is a good thing considering this is a British comparison and it seems that the tarmac in Britain is never dry. How does it go down? The Audi gets a much better launch in the wet and wins. A change of traction modes (ESP off) is tried for the AMG. The second run still has a poor start for the AMG which seems to be more due to reaction time. You see the AMG start a steady pull forward but it is not enough to catch the RS6. A roll race to settle this? Nope, omitted. The AMG seems as if it would win on the top end but someone else will have to do that race.
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    Yesterday, 08:42 PM
    GIAC has performance programming available for the new Porsche 992 Carrera and Carrera S models. Both Porsche 911 models share the same basica 9A2B6EVO 3.0 motor with minor hardware changes. The Carrera S offers larger turbochargers and makes more power stock and with a tune as to be expected. GIAC takes the Carrera S from 443 to 492 horsepower: The gains are nice if not modest with the majority coming down low with a big increase in torque at low rpm. This is not a pretty curve though. The Carrera sees fatter gains through the curve although less peak power and torque than the Carrera S along with much smoother power delivery: No timed acceleration numbers and no timeslips included. Expect the 992 generation tuning to follow what we saw with the 991.2 with GIAC coming to the party early only for others to quickly and emphatically surpass their results.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:43 PM
    Same. I love trying all kinds of pizza though. But I always come back to this style:
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  • Torgus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:21 PM
    Because it's not pizza. It's a pie of some sort and HIGHLY overrated. I don't even bother eating it after having it a few times. Does nothing for me.
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    Yesterday, 07:03 PM
    Trying to determine what is real news and fake news in the automotive world is becoming harder and harder. We will take Ford Authority at their word here as they claim to have sources working on the Bronco project. This is not confirmed: For now, it's not official but let's hope they got the details right. The Bronco with a 2.7 liter Ecoboost V6 is going to be a lot of fun. It is based on the Ranger platform and the Ranger only offers a four-cylinder Ecoboost but Ford has test mules running around with the 2.7. It seems likely this information is correct. Source
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    Yesterday, 06:53 PM
    Yes, the Ferrari 456 with a rotary engine swap is real. Yes, the owner ditched the V12. What is not real is that Ferrari got their lawyers involved. It seems Autoevolution.com decided to add that portion in for clicks and the internet ran away with it. BoostAddict bought into it too and ran the story. The car and work involved are cool so that part is correct but Ferrari did not make any legal threats. That is something we want to clarify. How do you stop this sort of click-bait false reporting? You fire the person who wrote it. In this case, Elena Gorgon: https://www.autoevolution.com/editors/browse/elena-gorgan/ Elena should find another job and Autoevolution should set the story straight. Source
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    Yesterday, 06:46 PM
    Yes, the Ferrari 456 with a rotary engine swap is real. Yes, the owner ditched the V12. What is not real is that Ferrari got their lawyers involved. It seems Autoevolution.com decided to add that portion in for clicks and the internet ran away with it. BoostAddict bought into it too and ran the story. The car and work involved are cool so that part is correct but Ferrari did not make any legal threats. That is something we want to clarify. How do you stop this sort of click-bait false reporting? You fire the person who wrote it. In this case, Elena Gorgon: https://www.autoevolution.com/editors/browse/elena-gorgan/ Elena should find another job and Autoevolution should set the story straight. Source
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