True, but I test drove 2 manual cars both the trans made noises that did not sound healthy at all.
One car had 3 miles on it, the other 10. My gut said, (in monty python voices) run away run aaaawwayyyyy.
There is nothing stopping you from using your right foot when you pull out of the lane to pass.
The system is designed so you don't have to turn on and off the c/c ,also to keep a safe distance between you and the other vehicle. Something the old type did not do.
I like it on long drives...
Grundy, but my vehicles insured with them are
47,51,36,45 years young I don't have my dailies with them, (aka late models) And never have had to file a claim.
But the cost was lower than hagery .
Also Hagery would not insure a few as they saw them as race cars not street cars.
Doesn't change the fact that alum is soft and different types softer than others. You know the topic we were talking about that you skipped over after , decades of well real world proof.
And for the young guns, at one time unilug was all that was avail. in many wheel styles.
The 3.7 ecoboost had d/i and port to fix the issue.
or limit it. time will tell.
I have the catch cans on both our 2.3t vehicles.
We don't have enough miles on either vehicle yet to know how much of a difference it make.
truck 3 years old 14k miles, Car 2300 miles
Well it be illegal to replace the pvc with a old school breather.
It is said that a meth injection system tends to be one way to clean the intake track of this issue if used a bunch, many bmw owners use them and fill with windshield washer fluid.
Well, depends on where in those states the car lives, near on the coast, salt water air does a number on metal , but outside those areas, or a flood, cars in those states don't rust in 2-3 years.
If it is true that the whole exhaust is s/s then great, I don't know. so?
But most exhaust systems...