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What is this cuntfuckery?
I drive a 2008 E90 with N46 engine (yes, the one that leaks like your grandfather's bowels).
Every time I do an oil change I use Castrol Edge 5w-30 oil: which is the oil BMW suggests you use.
The stealershit already fixed all my oil leaks (it was much worse before) but every time I put fully synthetic oil in my car it runs down to mimimum in about 2000kms. I have to put fucking 5 litres in every 2-3 weeks.
Now last month on Labour Day, I needed to drive to my cousins house (like a 80km drive) and my iDrive told me I was low on oil and I was like fuck. Nothing was open. No petrol stations were open, no supermarkets, shopping centres, nothing.
I managed to run across this small convenience store that was just about to close and I bought some Shell 20w-50 Mineral Oil.
After driving there and back, a 200km journey, we had to take a detour because this section of highway was closed so we had to go around. Expecting most of the oil to be used up by now, I drained my oil expecting 1-2 litres from my 4.5 and holy shits and dicks I had the entire amount of mineral oil I put in.
So why the fuck does my car burn fully synthetic like its purp and not burn any of the mineral oil?
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So, /o/, if your car was a transformer, what would it's personality be like? Make/model doesn't have much input, just what you'd like. Mine would always have a comeback, but also a friendly disposition and helping hand. Also the voice of Samuel L. Jackson.
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is it true that all european cars have bonkers impossible to modify electricals unlike japanese cars?
or does it just seem that way since most european cars in the US are the higher end ones (saab, volvo, merc, bmw, audi, ect)
there's lots of great older german cars, but i want to put in stuff like remote starters and keyless entry, and access the OBD2 port, ect.
my budget is in the "Beater-ish" range of 3 grand or so
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Mercedes-Benz GL 350 CDI 2010, 62 000 km (38,525 miles) PRICE: 49 000e (67,540$)
Range Rover TDV8 Vogue 2010, 68,800 km (42,600 miles)PRICE: 47,500e (64,800$)
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Sages of /o/ I have a question for you guys regarding 5 point harness.
First off, I drive a miata with a rollbar and harness bar that is appropriate for my height and made by a reputable company. My head is below the the roll bar by 3-4 inches, could be more if I modify the seats and when I put on the harness during track events it’s properly leveled to my shoulders.
That being said, I live in a very flat region so chances of falling off a canyon road is 0. Would wearing the 5 point harness be more dangerous than a regular 3 point seatbelt assuming no roll over?
Reason being is that when I go to the track I remove the seatbelts and put the5 point harness, when I go back to daily driving I put the 3 point seatbelt back. It just gets tiring after a while.
I have a proper roll bar, harness bar and race seats. Assuming no roll over how dangerous are 5 point harnesses for dd?