Thanks BmacIL that sounds like excellent advice. I'll get on it much appreciated
Roadway 5.0 thanks. It's got 64,000 Km or almost 40,000 miles. The rear has always seemed a bit loosey-goosey but I'll talk to the dealer and check the shocks and ask about the traction control.
Thanks again guys
hi All, so I was doing 85 mph on the highway, tweaked the steering wheel to avoid a pothole and the damn rear end wobbled 3 times and I almost lost it.
Love the car when I got it but tightened the front end with the engine crossbar. The front is fine now.
But the rear continues to be a source...
Got mine Krown rust proofed today. Had the dealer do rust proofing when I bought the car but who knows how good that stuff is.
Had Krown drill the holes in the doors so they could pump that stuff in. I had 2 Subaru Tribeca AWD SUVs with all seasons and the Mustang with Yoko IceGuards is much...
I did this on my '17 GT. It's perfect. Not a lot louder inside the car, but it's deeper and when I step on it , it roars.
Just what I wanted. At highway speeds zero drone, I can hold a normal conversation.
That's interesting - typically Camaro and Challenger/Charger guys are fairly respectful and vice versa - except the one Camaro guy that yelled "nice toy"
Prius never had an issue with those guys. And in 2 years with this car and 18 previous I haven't had any tickets - lucky with this car as...
Another vote for Fraser Ford - Oshawa.
I bought my car at Formula Ford and aside from the salesman - who was good but didn't inform me that getting the upgraded leather would have been a smart move - Formula were dicks after the sale.
Fraser has been good so far to me
So true story. Sunday night my right shoe was killing me. Pulled it off at a stoplight. Drive with my sock foot on the gas pedal, shoe on the left foot.
Clutching and then accelerating was different. More feel by having the foot super close to the gas when I was clutched in.
If the roads are dry i use track mode. Yes really. I don't rev high or drive fast but I keep up easily with traffic
Also a lazy way is 1-3-5. You skip 2, 4 and 6.
The car has plenty of torque so you won't damage it one bit