Type: Posts; User: Pushrods
I get most of my cars and tracks from Race Department. Sanity checking the reviews before downloading has helped from getting any real duds.
The GT3/E stuff is tricky though. I wouldn't say...
Hmm, I haven't noticed anything too objectionable with the Rift S. My understanding is that its subpixel arrangement significantly helps in this regard.
What headsets are you guys running?
They ding you if you don't return it with a full tank.
Yeah, not so much in the SS, but with the T/A. Everyone either has one sitting somewhere, or they had one in high school.
ACC just looks "OK" with anything. :laugh:
I'm running PC2 and AC with high to ultra settings in VR and it looks good, within the limits of the Rift S.
Winter setup is a -1 package.
Factory size is 245/40 and 275/35-19. Went with square 235/45s on slightly lighter Camaro LT 18s.
Ride quality isnít dramatically different, which I chalk up to...
Stopped for gas on the way home tonight. As Iím standing there, I hear ĎSS. SS? SS?! SS!!í getting progressively louder and closer. Random guy comes trotting up, way, way excited. Got to hear all...
I once had a guy literally hang out the window of his 300C, while doing 60 mph on the highway, to give me two thumbs up.
This. Software can not cause an engine to defy physics.
Yeah, very similar setups.
I still haven't had a chance to tear into the shifter yet, but this is the stuff waiting to go in:
Short Throw Shift Kit
Gate Blocker Set
Realistic Shifter Mod
But you're missing the fact that engine can not spin that high unless mechanically driven to by the drive train. It physically can't do it on its own (either through an application of throttle...
But as others have already asked, what are these suggestions that you keep referring to?
You've offered basically nothing other than repeated statements that they've made 'crappy' cars and...
I can't be all mad, given you picked up a CTS-V wagon.
Not for you to do what? Have a rational discussion of the topic with other auto enthusiasts?
If you're not interested in that, then why are you here?
No, no you haven't. You haven't presented anything approaching a cogent argument regarding how GM could have avoided the present situation with Holden. Where there ways to prevent it? Sure. It...
There's a big difference though between valves starting to float, preventing further engine acceleration and the terrible stuff. They're floating long before 9k rpm.
The valves. They'll be a'floatin long before that engine would ever see 9450 rpm.
Robert Stack would agree.
How is this hot mess of a debate still going?
It's obviously a third to second mis-shift. He was just shy of 100 mph per the video. Second gear and final drive ratios are 2.32 and 3.46...
Somebody watched a bit too much Gone in 60 Seconds.