Neutral: WHY would I tell someone that we need to fix their car, before I have the part available to me to fix their car? It really is that simple. Until they have replacement parts, they cant help the customer. Thats why they arnt mailing out "bring it to your dealer!" letters yet. » 11/26/14 9:12am Yesterday 9:12am

There isnt a code for low oil pressure.. I really wish people would troubleshoot without relying 100% on the computer... His tipoff that it was NOT the timing belt was both how the belt broke (stretch to break, not cracked), the condition of the rest of the belt, and the fact the CAMSHAFT siezed to the head (thats the… » 11/25/14 3:18pm Tuesday 3:18pm

meh. When I get a check engine light(When driving a Jeep/Chrysler it happens with Range Rover like regularity) I open the glove box, plug in the ODBII reader, and read the code on my smartphone at the next stoplight. Whenever its cool for me to shut the car off, I kill it, put the key on, and clear the code. no big… » 11/24/14 3:20pm Monday 3:20pm

I concur. I grew up with my father racing spitfires... even after modding everything, they're still kinda.. ehh.. the only saving grace is that the car weighs nothing, and modern tires are sticky, even if the suspension isnt ideal. The engine.. well change the carbs, put a electric fuel pump and a digital ignition on… » 11/20/14 3:49pm 11/20/14 3:49pm

They're pretty nice. I have an electric Goped that I modded to use RC lipo. It goes about 27mph on flat ground, and has a 7+mile range at that speed. If I slow it to a more reasonable 20mph it will do almost 20 miles, but I never go that far without punching it to max speed. » 11/20/14 9:23am 11/20/14 9:23am