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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-11-2016, 09:58 PM
    There happens to be a BMW involved in this video although it could happen to anyone and with any make of car. Maybe there is something though to the study that says BMW drivers are assholes? Regardless, this situation gets out of hand quickly. What happens? Well, a group of guys on motorcycles are speeding and enjoying their ride when a classic BMW cuts one of them off and essentially takes issue with their style of riding. At one point in the video the BMW catches up when the riders are stopped. The BMW driver gets out and tells the guy on the motorcycle not to move as he blocks his path. Well, the rider takes issue as do his friends and the guy gets what is coming to him which is an ass beating. The three bikers probably feel tough until the passenger jumps out with a gun. The bikers back off and the passenger should be happy none of the bikers were armed or this situation would have escalated well beyond reason. The camera guy gets the hell out of there but screaming continues in the background. It's simply best to leave patrolling the highways and enforcing the speed limit to law enforcement.
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  • gzim335's Avatar
    04-12-2016, 06:16 PM
    c63 weistec stage 3 bolt ons and ms109 mix,seats removed first run is a dig standing half a mile f10 m5 6spd,pure turbos meth fbo full ms109 running a flash and bcm jb4 (car made 800whp at 30psi) both cars spun second race f10 m5 stock turbo,downpipes,flash stacked with bcm jb4 running 27psi (made 730whp) 45 roll both cars spun m5 view c63 view
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  • jyamona@motiv's Avatar
    04-26-2016, 10:13 AM
    Pos rep for cold brew :) I'm having some myself right now too. You make it in a french press? How long do you let it brew for?
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  • The Convert's Avatar
    04-15-2016, 01:19 PM
    Copied from a post I made in the Frankenturbo thread. "Look, NO ONE on here likes it when Tony gets in one of his fits...this is common knowledge. It is also common knowledge that Tony goes on less fits when people don't direct anything at him or about him that he may not like. Is it fair to just bite your tongue even though he likely will not? No. Is it logical and best for yourselves and everyone else if you do just take the high road? ABSOFUCKINGLUTELY. Moral, stop acting like children yourselves(all that have problems with Tony) and don't even talk to or about him and ignore things you don't like that he says. Just imagine how much less BS banter we would have gumming up threads if everyone did that with Tony and Sticky.(lets be honest, an argument with Sticky destroys a thread fast as fuck too)" Can we all try this? please?
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  • richpike's Avatar
    04-24-2016, 11:06 AM
    For my 1,000th post (woot :golfclap:), I thought it would be fun to start a new "what was your first car" thread. Year: 1969 Make: Opel Model: GT Color (Ext/Int): Strato Blue/Black Leatherette (vinyl?) Engine: 1.9L 4cyl Transmission: 4-speed manual My first car was a 1969 Opel GT with the 1.9L "high output" :lol: engine. If you aren't familiar with the Opel GT, it was often called the "poor man's Corvette" - it had great styling, but was slower than dirt :D Mine was Strato Blue over black leatherette. 4-speed manual. RWD. 102HP (early model year 1.9L were desirable because in 1971 emission requirements cut the 1.9L down to 83HP). Front disc, rear drum. About 2,000lbs (it was not a great handler on stock 165/75R13 tires, but we upgraded to 205/60R13 Dunlops that helped a lot). The GT was sold through Buick dealers in the US. My dad and I restored the car together. He had fallen in love with them while stationed in Stuttgart. Once he was older (and had some free labor/kids :lol:) he bought three of them - two for parts cars and one to restore. I got it for my 16th birthday in 1994. It was honestly the perfect high school car - manual, RWD, looked awesome, but couldn't get myself in too much trouble. I actually still have the car - it's been in storage for the last 15 years or so. Definitely needs some TLC. Someday I hope to restore it again with my kids. Maybe even drop a E36 M3 drivetrain in it :music-rockout: Here are some pics of what a GT looks like - I'll see if I can dig some up of my actual car. The most notable features on the GT were the "flip up" headlights, the dual rear exhaust and the locking gas cap in the middle of the rear end. A quick video of the headlights in action :naughty: What was your first car? -Rich
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  • MFactory's Avatar
    04-14-2016, 04:15 AM
    Hey Guys, now that the initial test sets from Round 1 have shipped out to the designated testers, we would like to start an open-list for Round 2 of testing. although the feature list below is 100% confirmed, we may make some design changes (for the better) based upon the feedback we receive from the Round 1 testers. However, now that we have the majority of the development process complete, we can finalise pricing, fitments and options: MSRP - $1699.95 Round 2 Test Price (40% Discount) - $1019.97 Deposit Required to be added to the production list - $500 Remainder (inc. any optional extras) due before shipment ETA - July 2016 (this should allow us ample time to implement any design changes) Fitments E8X 1-Series E46 3-Series E46 M3 E9X 3-Series E9X 3-Series xDrive E9X M3 Options: Inverted Dampers - $100/corner Sports Spring Rates - ~50% stiffer than stock (balanced to oem F/R ratio. See feature list below for explanation) Race/Drag Spring Rates - ~100% stiffer than stock (balanced to oem F/R ratio. See feature list below for explanation) Custom Spring Rates (even rates, 4K-16K/224lb-896lb) - $50/corner, as we have to re-valve the dampers to match (we will not be held liable for upsetting the oem F/R ratio. Please note that the oem F/R ratio is 1:3) Helper Springs - TBD Shipping (via UPS Ground. Have to wait for our monthly container, so around 3-4 weeks additional) - FREE Shipping (via UPS Express as soon they are ready, so around 2-3 days) - $150 Softest Setting Hardest Setting YCW Reference Series Coilovers - Spec'd for Superior Performance - Priced for Affordability - Over-Engineered for Comfort & Safety FEATURES: Forged 6061-T6 Hard Anodised Aluminium Front Upper Mounts - Strong and Lightweight, our Forged Upper Mounts are Hard Anodised for superior Corrosion Resistance Forged 6061-T6 Hard Anodised Aluminium Rear Upper Mounts (Where Applicable) - Strong and Lightweight, our Forged Upper Mounts are Hard Anodised for superior Corrosion Resistance High-Tensile Carbon Steel Front Camber & Caster Plate with Anti-Slip Coating (MacPherson) - CNC-Machined High-Tensile Carbon Steel supports more load than lesser-quality mounts - Camber Angles can be adjusted precisely to your driving needs - Caster Angles can also be fine tuned (MacPherson) Oversized PTFE-Lined Japanese Spherical Upper Mount Bushing - Increases shock articulation and prevents coil-bowing - Higher load rating for increased durability - Minimises knocking noise associated with lesser-quality bearings Forged 6061-T6 Hard Anodised Aluminium Upper Spring Perch with Sealed Japanese Radial Bearing - Strong and Lightweight, our Forged Upper Spring Perches are Hard Anodised for superior Corrosion Resistance - High Quality Sealed Japanese Radial Bearing removes rotational stress from the upper mount and is sealed from the elements 62mm ID Cold-Wound Japanese SAE 9254V Chrome-Silicon-Vanadium Steel Linear Springs - Custom-made for us in Japan from the highest quality Japanese-grade spring steel, using proprietary manufacturing processes - Not all springs are manufactured the same. Lesser-quality, Taiwanese-manufactured springs offer inferior performance and durability - Although more expensive, we believe the increase in performance more than offsets the marginal increase in manufacturing costs OEM-Balanced Spring Rates - The majority of budget coilovers currently on the market offer default spring rates that deviate from the oem-balanced spring rates - By not accounting for Motion Ratio Calculations and just replicating race-car setups, this results in a very unbalanced and uncomfortable ride on a Street Car - All Reference Series Coilovers are supplied with oem-balanced spring rates, offering you increased performance without sacrificing ride comfort 62mm ID Cold-Wound Japanese SAE 9254 Chrome-Silicon Steel Helper Springs (Application Dependent) - Optional Helper Springs can be used to increase droop travel 52mm OD Cold-Drawn Japanese SAE 1020 Seamless Carbon Steel Shock Body - Offers superior physical properties and strength-to-weight ratio over lesser manufacturing processes Black-Zinc Plated Fully-Threaded Shock Body with 250hrs of Salt-Spray Testing - Offers superior corrosion-resistance 14mm OD or 20mm OD (MacPherson) Forged SAE 4140 Chromoly Steel Piston Rod - Monotube shocks, although offering increased performance over Twintube shocks, have an inherent weakness; a load-bearing Piston Rod - Although Inverted Monotube Shocks are touted as the solution, these come with their own set of problems, not least the substantially increased cost of manufacture (Optional: $100/corner) - Our over-engineered solution to the problem, with only a marginal increase in manufacturing costs, is our proprietary Chromoly Steel Piston Rod - Offering a substantial increase in tensile strength over lesser-quality rods, not only does this keep costs down, it significantly increases product safety Oversized Piston Rod Guide - A common issue with the majority of budget coilovers currently on the market is performance-sapping deflection and shaft-play, even after only limited usage - Through the use of our proprietary Piston Rod Guide, this minimises deflection and shaft-play, allowing you to reap the performance benefits for a longer period of time 7-Level Rebound Adjustment - Our Reference Series Coilovers allow 7 levels of Rebound Adjustments, allowing you to fine-tune your vehicle comfort and handling - Unlike the majority of budget coilovers currently on the market, with their 30+ Level Adjustments, you can physically feel the difference between each adjustment - In this particular case, more is not better; it's simply an inconvenience and setup-nightmare 10cm/15cm/20cm Length Adjustment Extenders (Optional) - Designed for vehicle applications with limited access to their upper strut mounts 44mm OD Forged 7075-T6 Hard Anodised Aluminium Digressive-Blow-Off DBO Piston™ - Over-engineered for superior strength, with anti-stiction and anti-friction properties - At lower shock speeds (Cornering), our DBO Piston™ maintains a higher damping force, offering increased responsiveness and stability - At higher shock speeds (Bumps), our DBO Piston™ maintains a lower damping force, offering increased comfort and control Performance Synthetic Damper Oil with High Viscosity Index and Proprietary Additives - A proprietary formula providing consistent damping over a wide temperature range and superior anti-stiction/anti-friction properties Viton Performance O-Rings - Upgraded O-Rings offering better performance and durability than lesser-quality Rubber O-Rings Forged 6061-T6 Hard Anodised Lower Spring Perch Locking Collar - Strong and Lightweight, our Forged Locking Collars are Hard Anodised for superior Corrosion Resistance - 1pc Locking Collars, providing secure and hassle-free adjustments Fully-Threaded Forged 6061-T6 Hard Anodised or High-Tensile Carbon Steel Lower Mount - Threaded Lower Mounts allows us to use a longer shock body for increased performance - Shock Stroke is unaffected by Ride Height changes - Allows an increased Height Adjustment range PTFE-Lined Japanese Spherical Lower Mount Bushing (Eyelet Type. Optional) - Increases shock articulation and prevents deflection - Higher load rating for increased durability - Minimises knocking noise associated with lesser-quality bearings Silicone Lower Mount End Caps (MacPherson) - High Quality Weather-Proof End Caps for MacPherson lower mounts, preventing water and dirt from entering the the lower shock body Weather-proof Neoprene Shock Covers - High Quality Weather-Proof Shock Covers, preventing water and dirt from clogging up the shock assembly Fully Rebuildable - Our Reference Series Coilovers are fully rebuildable, with spare parts always in stock and available for purchase Limited Lifetime Warranty on Hard Parts - Warrantied against Manufacturers Defects - Non-Transferable. Registration and Proof-of-Purchase Required - Hard Parts include: Upper/Lower Mounts, Spring Perches, Locking Collars, Shock Body and Piston Rod Limited 1 Year Warranty on Wear Parts - Warrantied against Manufacturers Defects - Non-Transferable. Registration and Proof-of-Purchase Required - Wear Parts include: Bearings, Springs, Seals and Shock Internals Local Service Facilities - North America: San Dimas, USA. Warranty Claims and Rebuild Services and Revalving Services available - Europe: Leyland, United Kingdom. Warranty Claims, Rebuild Services and Revalving Services available If you are interested in joining Round 2 of testing, or require more information, please PM me :)
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-06-2016, 03:39 PM
    The 'Terminator' Cobra from Ford when it debuted in 2003 set off a power war. The amount of performance per dollar Ford offered was incredible. Chevrolet never caught up to the Mustang with the Camaro until the ZL1 launched and Ford pulled away again with the GT500. For a while, Ford had one of the baddest performance cars for the money that responded very well to bolt on modifications and neither Chevy or Dodge could touch it. Keep in mind this is the 4.6 liter supercharged Cobra which offered 390 horsepower and and 390 lb-ft of torque from the factory. Weighing roughly 3700 pounds it was not light but the blower could be turned up quite a bit. What is the rear wheel horsepower of this Mustang? Bolt on cars depending on how aggressively they are tuned have hit around ~500 whp. It is not stated what the output here is but it looks to be in the 500's based on the result. The Z06 wins the first race easily but then it looks to suffer from heat soak. The Z06 is lighter and makes roughly 580 horsepower to the wheels along with over 600 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. Still, this is a heavier Mustang that is over a decade old that is hanging close with Chevy's pride and joy with just bolt on tuning and actually pulling it in the later races. It goes to show how far ahead Ford was way back in 2003.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-06-2016, 09:52 PM
    The Mercedes C-Class turbo four-cylinder motor lagged behind its competition from BMW and Audi. BMW especially as the N20 turbo four-cylinder really upped the game with underrated horsepower. BMW has since replaced the N20 with the B48 which likely offers even more power and torque to the wheels. That means Mercedes needed to step its game up as the old M271 1.8 liter turbo motor was not cutting it as past comparisons show. So do Audi and BMW still stomp the turbo four-cylinder C-Class? Pretty much just not as badly. The W205 is much improved in this respect. Audi and BMW still are both quicker and faster but at least the C300 is not embarrassingly outclassed. 0-60 in 6.5 seconds and a 1/4 mile sprint of 14.9 @ 93.4 is decent. However, that is still behind Audi with 0-60 in 5.6 seconds and BMW which manages the same. Both also trap higher at 95 and 98 miles per hour respectively. So, the Mercedes still underperforms compared to the competition. Most people won't put the emphasis on performance that BenzBoost does in this case. It's just that the C300 does everything worse than its competition: It's slower, it handles worse, it brakes worse, it's heavier (especially in all wheel drive trim), etc. It is comfortable and a nice looking package and that is enough for some. Just not us. 2016 Mercedes-Benz C300 (Sport) BASE PRICE $48,195 PRICE AS TESTED $53,715 VEHICLE LAYOUT Front-engine, RWD, 5-pass, 4-door sedan ENGINE 2.0L/241-hp/273-lb-ft turbo DOHC 16-valve I-4 TRANSMISSION 7-speed automatic CURB WEIGHT (F/R DIST) 3,547 lb (54/46%) WHEELBASE 111.8 in LENGTH x WIDTH x HEIGHT 184.5 x 71.3 x 56.8 in 0-60 MPH 6.5 sec QUARTER MILE 14.9 sec @ 93.4 mph BRAKING, 60-0 MPH 131 ft LATERAL ACCELERATION 0.86 g (avg) MT FIGURE EIGHT 26.5 sec @ 0.66 g (avg) EPA CITY/HWY/COMB FUEL ECON 25/34/28 mpg ENERGY CONS, CITY/HWY 135/99 kW-hrs/100 miles CO2 EMISSIONS, COMB 0.68 lb/mile
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-12-2016, 02:09 AM
    This is the same S85 V10 engine swapped 1-Series hatchback we posted a couple days ago. The difference is this is before it got the G-Power twin supercharger kit for the S85 V10 motor. In this video it is running in naturally aspirated form against a tuned W204 C63 AMG coupe. The C63 is said to be at 564 horsepower so the assumption is that it has your basic M156 V8 bolt ons. The S85 V10 is smaller at 5.0 liter than the 6.2 liter M156 but it does rev to 8250 rpm giving it a strong top end punch. The E87 1-Series pulls away easily here. Imagine what it can do now with the boost from the twin blowers.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    05-02-2016, 11:12 AM
    Oh man I thought these things only existed in meme's:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-21-2016, 06:12 PM
    I really like this thing. Seems there is a bit of a retro kick going on in the motorcycle world and it's cool. Pricing is around $11k which is reasonable. 1200 cc's so good torque but no horsepower specs. Probably all low end which is fine. It isn't supposed to be a sport bike. Looks awesome IMO:
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  • Celicasaur's Avatar
    04-05-2016, 05:03 PM
    I'm guessing that I won't get much more info other than "Dadsc63 ran MHP cams and had a custom tune" but I'll at least ask... MHP/Kleemann cams. Are they especially difficult to tune for? If so, why? I've had Kleemann cams fitted to my engine (full thread and dyno to come tomorrow hopefully) but the tuner has struggled and the car has barely made 490hp (crank) peak, although the area under the curve is strong apparently and so the mid-range is very juicy. Yes I know each dyno reads different, but this particular dyno tends to show stock cars at around their respective stock figures and loads of M156 cars go there and have had typical numbers shown for the mods. It's a pity that a baseline run wasn't taken before the Kleemann cams were fitted. Otherwise that could have solved a lot of detective work in the aftermath. What I can tell you though (and I stand to be corrected, as this could have been an error in translation over the telephone) is that the car made 480hp with the cams on the stock ecu and although it was running slightly lean, it ran just fine with the cams. With the tune, I'm not sure on the exact details, but I know it's not even hit 500hp yet. Now, I'm from the JDM scene with loads of experience in tuning the 2ZZ-GE and K20A motors. Granted they only have VVT on the intake cam and I suppose there are additional complexities in tuning both cam shafts, but is it really that hard to tune these engines to make power with a set of beefy cams?? Not to brag, but I could make a 95% near perfect map (full throttle, not partial and low rpm etc) in around 2 hours... So yeah...going back to my original point. Is it really that hard to tune VVT on these engines? Or is something not right on my car - if so, what is it?? FYI Car is stock 2010 E63 with 80k on the clock.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-30-2016, 01:03 AM
    There is something to be said for the M157's 5.5 liters of displacement. While the motor will be phased out over the next few years for the smaller 4.0 liter M177/M178 V8 the large M157 V8 still has the task of moving some of the heavier Mercedes-AMG vehicles in the lineup and the torque certainly helps in that respect. It definitely has a whole lot of torque down low. The baseline figure is 536 lb-ft at the wheels. Tuned? 725 lb-ft at the wheels for a gain of 189 lb-ft at the wheels. Huge but expected out of tuned M157's. What is odd is the baseline horsepower curve. The 421 peak horsepower figure is about 100 wheel horsepower off of what the car should be at based on previous M157 results. It's very low while the torque peak is about what it should be. Maybe AMG's software dials power back on the dyno (AMG has previously had dyno mode issues) or maybe there was some other issue. Regardless, the tuned numbers are right where the should be and very strong for a tune only car. 624 wheel horsepower and and 725 lb-ft of wheel torque will make for quite the ride.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-20-2016, 10:05 PM
    Bernie Ecclestone has a habit of making controversial as well as misogynistic statements. The Daily Beast in the UK reported that Ecclestone stated, "I don't know whether a woman would physically be able to drive an F1 car quickly, and they wouldn't be taken seriously." There are good female drivers out there so do not get us wrong. There is a difference between being good and being a Formula 1 caliber driver though. Just take a look at Danica Patrick. Is she really taken seriously as a racecar driver or is she more of a marketing exercise? Part of her problem is she does not win and keeps her ride due to being a woman and not due to her skill. She has zero Nascar victories and one Indycar victory in her career. She simply is not as good as the male drivers she competes with. Imagine how much better a driver would have to be than Danica, who is the most successful open wheel professional female race car driver of all time, to make it to Formula 1 where the competition is much stiffer. A female driver would have to be extraordinary to be taken seriously as competition because professional male Formula 1 drivers have never had serious competition from a female. People may view Ecclestone's comments as sexist due to his history but he is quite correct here. When you make comments like these below it will bring out rage from the feminazis. Regarding his daughter's wedding: Referring to Danica Patrick: On Female F1 drivers: Of course women on social media took issue such as this one who is a 'professional race car driver' who has some cute pictures posted or herself in racing suits but zero Nascar, Indycar, or Formula 1 wins: Her bio tells you all you need to know about her: Never underestimate a vegan hippie chick with a racecar. We'll side with Bernie's view on this one. Don't expect a vegan hippie chick to win a Formula 1 race any time soon or be taken seriously as an opponent for the world's top male drivers. Ladies, feel free to prove us all wrong. Source
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  • Artsoasis's Avatar
    04-12-2016, 03:50 AM
    Raced a random M3 that had all kinds of nice mods. I had a passenger that weighed 200lbs ans only on 25psi.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-21-2016, 09:25 PM
    Heavyweight American muscle slugging it out on the highway here. An emphasis on heavy when it comes to the 4500 pound Hellcat. The Challenger is a manual transmission example with bolt on modifications plus nitrous which is said to be good for 1021 horsepower to the wheels. The roughly 700 pounds lighter Mustang GT 5.0 has twin turbos as well as upgraded pistons and rods for the Coyote motor. It is also a manual transmission car. The first run is botched but the Mustang gets back in it after skipping a gear and pulls hard. The next run is a lower speed 25 mph roll and it just results in wheel spin. Once they both hook the Mustang runs down the Challenger and pulls yet again. The chase view shows the Mustang laying down rubber for a while before it gets going. The Mustang doesn't need nitrous to win. It needs traction. Power to weight wins this.
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  • Geiss's Avatar
    04-07-2016, 07:36 PM
    Looking for recommendation for a reputable tune company for modest improvement in performance. Any personal recommendations based on experience with specific tune brand? Would appreciate any input!
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-19-2016, 08:38 PM
    The Dodge Challenger Hellcat is a beast. A heavy 4500 pound beast. In stock form it puts out ~660 horses to the wheels and will run the 1/4 mile in 10.8 second at 126 miles per hour. It definitely has more power and torque than an ESS supercharged E92 M3. Torque is not going to win this race especially since it is from a roll. Efficiency wins this race. The M3 is carrying 1000 less pounds, is geared more tightly, has a quicker shifting transmission, and the centrifugal supercharger style means the blower is constantly moving more air the more it is spun toward redline unlike the twin screw Hellcat. It's a good race with the M3 trapping six miles per hour higher at the end of the run. Of course the Hellcat can get a tune, a pulley, cam upgrade, etc., and change the result in its favor. However, it is interesting to note it will need 700+ whp to run with a centrifugally supercharged E92 M3 from a roll. Brute force American muscle isn't always the best approach.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-19-2016, 05:04 PM
    If you want to record high quality racing videos (and keep your hands on the steering wheel where they belong) you basically need a GoPro or any other action style camera. The best videos we see have multiple GoPros mounted on a car for multiple camera angles. That definitely means you need several cameras and several mounts. A single camera mounted becomes a problem when trying to capture a car on the other side or if say a vehicle is faster than expected and the camera is facing backwards. With the 360 degree setup that the Omni and its accompanying software offers it really doesn't matter how it is mounted as you see everything around the car. Youtube already supports the 360 degree videos as well. You simply choose where you want to look. What is the downside? You need six GoPro Hero4 Black models. Then you need the Omni harness and the software. We are talking $5000 total. However, no more missed angles and the viewer can choose their own angle. Not to mention 4k quality video. You can also imagine that eventually such video will be viewable with a VR headset meaning you will feel like you are actually there during a recorded event. Take a look at the demo videos below. Incredible stuff and well worth the money for high quality 360 degree videos.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-16-2016, 07:27 PM
    Kids borrowing cars that belong to their parents is a pretty normal thing. As is kids speeding in said car or having fun with something that is not theirs. This dad came up with a simple yet elegant solution to keep speeds in check. Not stupid if it works, right? What is somewhat amusing here is that with all the electronic tachs now being employed this would not really be possible on several newer cars.
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  • mj6234's Avatar
    04-27-2016, 10:09 PM
    In light of recent events, I made a song. Yes I know it is awesome. With so much drama in the Bimmer B Its kinda hard bein Mr. Tony T But I, some how, some way Keep comin up with funky new gear like every single day May I, kick a little somethin for Stick-aay And make a few page hits as I breeze through Two in the mornin' and the forum's still jumpin Cause Tony T is at home I got vendor humpers in the N54 gettin it on And they aint leavin till Tony T is gone So what you wanna do, sit I got a keyboard full of rumors and RB does too So turn off the filters and load the post But we don't love them nubs So we gonna smoke some records today VTT up, all others down while you vendor humpers whine to this Rollin down the street, smokin nubs doh Sippin on E85 and boost, laid back With my mind on my turbos And my turbos on my mind Rollin down the street, smokin nubs doh Sippin on E85 and boost, laid back With my mind on my turbos And my turbos on my mind Now that I got me some sweet drag rims Everybody got their hate, but they run this Now this type of bitchin happens all the time You got to get yours but you just sit and whine Everything is fine when you buyin from the V-T-T I been cultivating turbos that be captivating BB Who listens to the words that I type As I take me the heat from all over the street And get to slappin down fanboys named Lamie He used to be Shiv's main groupie 80 degrees are my post IC IATs Raise up off the V-T-Ts cause you gets no GCs At ease, as I mob the E90 peeps See the tail lights beyotch I'm just Later on that day My homey Stick-ayyy come through with a gang of bans today And a fat ass front page post that made me choke This aint no joke I had to back up off of it and turn my browser down Vendor drama and posts, ya I'm pissed off now But there ain't no stoppin, I'm still posting Jason got some bitches from the E90postin To ban me, and with some drama on top Cause when I bust my motor I'm replacin it with stock But don't get upset bro that's just how it goes I'd don't love your posts, I'm out the door And I'll be...
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  • ///Monst3r's Avatar
    04-14-2016, 07:14 PM
    Sticky can we get it so that we can modify rep on posts. Like if you have butter fingers and accidentally pos/Neg rep a post and be able to fix it rather than pos/Neg them later?
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  • ShipMyAuto's Avatar
    04-11-2016, 08:51 AM
    i just know what is the price of washing my SUV
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  • undr8d's Avatar
    04-18-2016, 07:59 AM
    As the title suggests, is it ok to pair a 14t 6x6 wheel with the stock turbine wheel unclipped? Huge drop off in top end power?
    6 replies | 605 view(s)
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