I have the following seats available: Britax

I have the following seats available: Britax Advocate andMarathon G series (MFR dates of 2013, 1 of each), Diono Rainier, and Evenflo Sureride. Are any of these good for ERF in the X3 for YDS? If not, what is recommended? I’m open to buying a new seat for the vehicle if needed, but would prefer to avoid it if possible. The «extra» Britax seats are in MILs and my moms’ cars and I like having them there and available for the periodic use they get. I looked at the Britax ClickTights and DH (dear husband) loved them in the store, but it seems like the front to back size is roughly the same as the G series that I have, so I didn’t think it was worth the investment. Thoughts? Anything I’m missing?

Have you ever done multiclass racing before?If you haven I heavily recommend racing in GT3 before going GTE. It sounds like you own the Ferrari GT3, so you done so GT3 racing but only in the Ferrari challenge series. IMSA, in either GTE or GT3, is a completely different beast.If you do a season in the GT3s first, you will gain skills needed to drive the GTE cars later.

Less Room to Swing a CatThe power unit was to have been a cutting edge rotary Wankel engine purchased from General Motors. The car was designed around that engine. Unfortunately GM withdrew, as the Wankel was proving neither reliable nor fuel efficient, and in the wake of the 1974 Arab oil embargo this was now an issue. The engine also produced high amounts of N0x gasses that would not comply with the new emissions regulations. straight six under the hood. It was a tight fit but they squeezed it in. This change compromised the interior space and effectively rendered it a four seater as it necessitated the use of a drive tunnel to get the power to the rear wheels which took up space in the rear seating area. The Wankel which would have been front wheel drive would have needed no such tunnel. The car was still roomy but not as roomy as it might have been.

3) No mindless, pro Elon «Tesla will rule the world» fandom. You are free to believe Tesla will in fact make millions of cars each year and dominate the industry. Actually, we encourage such beliefs to be discussed as it provides a nice balance and perspective against our admittedly skeptical slant. But if you want to gush over the greatness of Elon, perhaps r/ElonMusk is better for you.

A Ferrari fan could spend $215,000 on the Portofino, the company’s newest convertible sports car and entry level model, or buy 1,335 shares of the company, which was recently trading at $162 on the New York Stock Exchange (ticker symbol RACE). An ultra rare and exclusive Ferrari, like the iconic 250 GTO from the 1960s, commands millions and millions of dollars. Take the car or 267,000 shares?

Than I started seeing some dropped and stretched ZX 14’s in magazines.4First AidSeizure Medications: Keppra, Topamax, Depakote, Lamictal, and Cannabidiol (CBD or Cannabis Oil) 2 months agoThere are various different medications that one can take for seizures, but before choosing which is the best for you or your child, talk to you neurologist first.Below are some of the more commonly prescribed medications for patients who suffer.Show DetailsNecessaryHubPages Device IDThis is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.

Water Pump and Thermostat Housing Leak: The water pump leaking on the first two generations of Minis was a fairly common occurrence. They often had to be replaced at over 50,000 miles. The thermostat housing in the second generation models were made of plastic. This would naturally break down over time.

As far as pricing goes, the 458 in the US can retail for over $250,000.00 (although Australian prices are significantly higher due to our ridiculous luxury car tax of 33%) but like any other luxury sports car, they do depreciate and you can pick up a bargain direct off a private sale or though a dealer.

«This statement is the problem. The idea that there is one definition of a car guy.» As you yourself said, not all enthusiasts are the same. I prefer to buy well built, well sorted packages that are OEM tier: Ohlins, Bilstein, etc. It why I bought an R35 GT R. And a 991 GT3. I know I know. It would be «easy» to build something faster if I were a «real» car guy right? Maybe with some Googling I could figure it out and show Porsche and Nissan engineers how it’s done? Perhaps. But suspension engineering isn my thing. And if I were to go aftermarket, I like to buy OEM grade parts with strong company backing. So far that doesn’t exist for Tesla.

15) Beto O All talk no substance. You absolutely could tell he way out of his depth, and had to rely on stories and being relatable. That great for a House rep, OK for a Senator, absolutely not enough for President. Presidents must have past results and plan for future results and a story is far from both. He didn even bother adapting after he visibly realized his strategy wasn working and just gave up.

You need to have it wired into your garage (since you need a high power 240v outlet), and you need a charger to go with that outlet. Usually costs $300 $800 to run the wiring depending on how far your garage is from the electrical box (but it can get much much higher if you need to upgrade your whole electrical box/service to handle the extra power).

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[WP]When you reach 18, you get put in a database which ranks you in different categories (ex. 207,145th in the world for most bug kills) You lived on a ranch and never used tech. You had to go into town after your 18th birthday. Everyone is staring at you. You finally decide to check the database.

You will save money using the powder and your baby won’t know the difference!1Motorcycles, Sports Bikes RidingLowering Your Kawasaki ZX 14 3 months agoI bought my 2009 ZX 14 Special Edition with no intent to modify or change anything. Well, it started with just some small mods, like chrome pegs, chrome clutch cover, etc.

On the Tesla you need things like wipers, alignments, filters, tire rotation, brake fluid, battery coolant. From what I understand, one should expect a battery coolant service visit to run in the $450 650 range every 4yrs. Anyway, those were the kinds of things that went into the maintenance cost estimates.

So in the last 3 weeks my ute has broken in 3 different ways, and is currently still out of commission. Can complain too much though, apart from a lose spark plug wire it been rock solid for about a year and a half from the engine swap until now, and the problems are only minor in the grand scheme of things.

Even in traditional American motor companies such as Ford, they are using turbochargers and other lighter but strong materials to produce the more power and efficiency with less engine and therefore less fuel consumption. (For an example, look into the new 2015 mustang. Ford offers the car with an Eco boost Turbo charged I 4 engine, a traditional v 6, and a 5.0 liter v8.) Note the similarity between the 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder versions.

The second generation Eclipse (1995 1999) came with a number of different engines, both naturally aspirated and turbocharged. The RS and GS models came with a 140 hp Chrysler engine, and the GS Spyder came with a slightly larger (2.4 L instead of 2.0 L) Mitsubishi engine. These trim levels, in addition to the GS T (with a 210 hp 2.0 L Mitsubishi powerplant) came with FWD. All second generation Eclipses came with either a four speed automatic or a five speed manual for drivers who prefer to use both feet. Mitsubishi used smaller turbos in the second generation compared to the first in order to reduce turbo lag, so the boost from the turbo will come more quickly. Convertible versions of the GS and GS T were also built. Expect to spend anywhere from $3,500 $10,00 depending on the trim (it’ll be more for the turbo), mileage, and condition.

This is true of all cars, even Hondas of that era (specifically the Accord Traction Control pump). Things like that are NCT fails too.Do you know a good independent mechanic? If not, find one.For 2k, an E90 will have interstellar mileage at this point too.Ask about the Swirl flaps and if they have been replaced.

«We’ve made no decision on venue, we have no firm decision on a date, but we do have a Challenger of Record,» Ellison explained. «But one thing I’d like to assure people on about the 34th America’s Cup is that there will be a completely independent jury, there will be completely independent umpires. It will be an independent group that manages the next America’s Cup and it will be a level playing field for all competitors.» And despite having won, Ellison was clearly keen to ensure that no one forgot about the two year struggle his team had undergone in its attempt to regain equilibrium, and his winner’s speech struck a chord with those who had witnessed the breakdown of the Cup.

Can he just drive the Subaru all year? We’ve just moved to a snowy area and omg people go on about their Subaru’s. Something about the 50/50 balance of the engine makes them good in snow. Everyone here has awd and I don’t see anyone changing out cars for the season (unless they’re living in much nicer area than I am!).

Furthermore, I’m curious as to how people in Europe and other countries (where the average vehicle isn’t an SUV or larger) get by with their car seats. I’m assuming their «standards» must be much lower because how else would they be able to fit American sized car seats in their small cars?

Squeaky BrakesI learned after I had the car for six months, that squeaky brakes are considered normal for the TT. I had brought the car in for some normal maintenance and asked them to check my brakes. I noticed that almost every time I braked, especially in colder weather, I heard a loud squeak.

Modern engines have knock sensors and run right at the edge of detonation all the time by design to extract maximum energy out of every drop of fuel. Running premium isn really giving you more margin for error in terms of pinging on a modern engine, the engine just bumps the timing up as much as the gas will tolerate anyway.

I was asking these question to try and see where people view points are but in seeing the responses I determined its just a bunch of hyperbole, just classic keyboard warriors not putting any thought into the situation besides superficial reasoning. claiming they are concentration camps is simply trying to instill nazi overtones to make their argument sound better. All it does it divide, take away from serious conversation, and doesnt lead to any solutions as each side hardens.

As for impact, the CV is the only class that has such a strong influence on other ships. If there are CVs in queue, other ships have to take the AA fire consumable and equip AA flags. The popularity of DDs has tanked across the board (only 15% in Asia, wow). Other ships like the Zao go from being viable picks to very weak because of permaspotting and lack of good AA defense. Concealment is much less valuable across the board, significantly reducing the disadvantages of some niche builds like legendary Henri.

I’ve often thought there should be a minimum age requirement for police. At least 35 years old before they can carry a gun along with very strict, psychological high standards. I have scars older than 20 years. A 20 year old cannot make life and death decisions coupled with the wisdom that is only acquired through length of life. Citizen’s lives are in the balance: elderly, bystanders, children, people that are emotionally distraught, etc, and the person that holds their lives in the balance could have been watching cartoons and drinking Nestle Quick, 5 years prior. That to me is concerning,

Not «only in South Africa», even Gordon Brown is being hauled over the coals for spending too much government money on personal items. Seems all politicians are the same worldwide. We are kidding ourselves in voting for their election «promises». Every politician of every creed only cares about lining their own pockets and then they incite us with their pretty speeches (never written by themselves)to turn against each other because of all the problems they have created. Booooo to all politicians and their greed. Good luck to every private citizen you’re on your own, mate!

On day 88 of the Silverock 90 day plan, I had a drivetrain error pop up out of nowhere. I notified Carvana of the issue since time might be a factor on repair under the Silverock Plan. The dealer figured out the problem and decided they run it through BMW warranty for less hassle. It was in the shop for 30 days waiting for parts from the motherland. They gave me a 320i free of charge. The malfunction was a slight, minuscule drip of coolant from the electric cabinet heater onto its HV line. Both the line and heater element were replaced.

Since you know you have $15k of negative equity already, lawyering up and throwing good money after bad by futilely disputing your signed and likely ironclad BMW Financial lease contract or worse considering rolling your massive negative equity into a new $60 80k rapidly depreciating luxury car (530e) lease will just make your financial problems worse.

Kind of just seeing what people think. I figure that i will start a family in about 5 6 years so if im going to have a sick sports car then now is the time. I was always the FI type who was like oh ill never spend money on a car because its a waste blah blah, but if im only spending an extra couple hundred to enjoy myself then why not? gotta live it up every once in awhile.

Yeah, but the vast majority of Brooklyn aren Nets fans. They Knicks fans, they always been Knicks fans, their kids are Knicks fans. It not just people in Manhattan that are fans. Speaking as someone who lived in NYC for almost a decade, and was not originally from the area, you see Knicks gear no matter where you go. People are wearing Knicks jerseys in all 5 boroughs, in Westchester County, in Rockland County, in Dutchess County, in Nassau and in Suffolk.