• Can You Drive A Car With Manual Transmission?
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lol mine tapers because of tiny ass turbo
yeah that too
Hopefully soon ill have a tig ol burbo on a 2jz in a sc300
[QUOTE=lemon_lover;28396279]Hopefully soon ill have a tig ol burbo on a 2jz in a sc300[/QUOTE] did you overnight parts from japan
[QUOTE=lemon_lover;28396279]Hopefully soon ill have a tig ol burbo on a 2jz in a sc300[/QUOTE] Might as well get an 80mm from turbonetics. slap that on and call it a day cause you know, it's that simple.
i cant tell if thats is sarcasm i know you like supras so i dont know cuz uh, it kind of is that easy. turbo and fuel
[QUOTE=lemon_lover;28399685]i cant tell if thats is sarcasm i know you like supras so i dont know cuz uh, it kind of is that easy. turbo and fuel[/QUOTE] sarcasm, 80mm do work, but I don't think you can just take off the stock ones and slap on a single without doing anything to the internals and hoping for big hp
Only way to do it, automatic cars are fucking BORING.
[QUOTE=Unreliable;28401820]sarcasm, 80mm do work, but I don't think you can just take off the stock ones and slap on a single without doing anything to the internals and hoping for big hp[/QUOTE] uhh, you are the guy who's always talking about saving up for a supra or buying a NA and converting it to NA-T or something aren't you? then you should realize that 2jz's can do 800whp with pretty much nothing internally, maybe a headgasket.
i would learn, but when you live in boston, people expect better than perfect driving and would assrape someone like me
[QUOTE=Hana-San;28361864]They would still have auto driving lessons surely. As there are still auto cars, and 5% of hundreds is still a lot of cars. And manual and auto are different.[/QUOTE] No, here with the driving licence you can drive auto and manual.. I don't even think there is any driving school with auto... People are a lot used to manual.. My father has a 1975 auto Mercedes and he drives that and manual cars as well. By the way I passed my driving exam yesterday. Yay!
[QUOTE=Orange-Soda;28299477]I have. He crashed it a week after i saw him though. His reason was "The car started to drive by itself i swear!"[/QUOTE] My car that I currently drive is my first car, and it's automatic. Here in Tampa, FL, there are traffic lights everywhere and tons of traffic. It would really be a pain in the butt to keep shifting all of the time. Don't get me wrong, I love manual. The fastest car that I probably will ever drive in my life was a manual (see this thread: [url]http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1062883-67-Shelby-Cobra[/url]). I've had the car for over a year and I have never been in an accident or gotten a traffic ticket.
I don't even think there is a distinction from manual and auto around here.
I can handle from automatic to unsynchronized 18 speed transmissions
Although driving manual is generally more fun, autos have one huge advantage, and whenever this happens I'm very glad I happen to drive one. [img]http://i53.tinypic.com/25hlieu.jpg[/img] That lasted for a good hour. Yes, traffic moved so slow I had more than enough time to pull out my phone and take a picture, and then I was able to complain on Facebook about it :v:
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m37KljRJdoA&hd=1[/media]
Automatic, semi automatic, manual... you name it. Manual is so much better for country roads, mountain passes and rallyish stuff though.
Just started to drive one today.
I'm doubting the legitimacy of the results. [editline]8th March 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=TheGuru;28453946] [img_thumb]http://i53.tinypic.com/25hlieu.jpg[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] Looks like Victorian numberplates?
[QUOTE=DogGunn;28473247]I'm doubting the legitimacy of the results. [editline]8th March 2011[/editline] Looks like Victorian numberplates?[/QUOTE] You would be correct, driving from Geelong to Melbourne in air show traffic. Pretty much took an hour longer than normal, because of the roadworks on the Westgate as well
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