I’m always blown away by the size of these ships anchored in the SF Bay. On the left side of this picture is an absolutely enormous ship, almost as big as Alcatraz island on the right side.
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There is some handshake that happens between the drive unit and whatever is sending it the canbus signals so its a little more difficult, but the people over at Open Inverter are about there with the M3/Y. Read more
Perfect addition to this car: https://jalopnik.com/someone-on-craigslist-is-trying-to-sell-a-vw-rabbit-wit-1845647638
Perfect car for my next LS swap.
Excellent use of space. I dig the tire rack. Go to Lowes and drop $20 on a 4'x4' white panelboard to use as a dry erase board for above your toolbox. You can keep notes on it, or just draw some trig equations on there so people think you’re some sort of professor of automobiles.
It’s great, highly recommended if you’re into engine swaps and goofy bikes. Not really “Worth the money” i suppose, but I’m glad I did it.
There are worse ways to spend your time and money.
Bonneville is great, but if you live anywhere remotely close to Southern California and you haven’t been to a land speed race at El Mirage, you are missing out.
This does not bode well for my dream of a 700 horsepower all wheel drive minivan.
Meanwhile, at Nikola
There should really be a word for this phenomenon. It has always been a thing, but has really blown up with the coronavirus pandemic.