I have a mustang, ive always wanted to go to the junkyard and get another 5.0 to tear down and rebuild with upgrades internals to handle a set of turbos or a supercharger (would leave the tuning up to a local shop) while leaving my mustang in drivable condition in the mean time. I also have a little backup beater...
price charles would beat him with his floppy ears
I saw a bike that had a flashlight in the front. It would turn on everytime you pedaled, and turn off when you stopped. The flashlight was powered by a little motor connected to the tire. Can an electric car charge its own battery that way too?
It's on a 1981 Camaro right by the VIN plate, I'm sure it has information like color codes and original build information but I'm not that well informed on how to read/decode this plate, especially when I don't know the name of it. If anyone could tell me what it's called or "decode"...
Do I need to just buy the remote and reprogram it? Where do I buy that and how do I do it?
I am having a friend replace my transmission and he told me a week. I have a full time time, school and etc so I need to be driving, he slacks off really hard so I was wondering how long does it normally take to remove the transmission and install one? Because like I said he slacks off really bad and I'm going...
It doesn't look that way, no. And that's just one sector of the industry that's going to be devastated.
no you don't and your not short