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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 01:10 AM
    Hey mango_springroll: :text-welcomewave:
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    Yesterday, 10:41 PM
    Hey ecupassion: :text-welcomewave:
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  • BLKROKT's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:42 PM
    I don't know. I wanted to agree with you guys, but the race at Hockenheim this season was fantastic. How is this so different than Porsche Cup or Ferrari Challenge series, and I like watching that too. Probably a better comparison is Australian Supercars, and that's crazy to watch, it's like a mix of DTM and NASCAR. What do any Formula cars have to do with production cars either. I'm trying to say that there's always going to be something about that race car sound and smell etc that will never be exactly replaced by electric. The experience. It's never going to be as good to watch because there's no visceral sense or emotion behind it. They're fast, who cares. My gut says that I would have much rather seen them go the other way with big investment in Le Mans LMP1/2. That's still as high-tech as it gets and cool to watch. But my business sense says that they're just looking to diversify and hedge their bets by going way the other direction. I just don't see it catching on anytime soon though, you might as well watch drone racing.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:32 PM
    Remember the article last month about a grassroots (well, as grassroots as it gets for Viper owners) effort to get the Gen V Dodge Viper ACR on the Nurburgring? Well, the first time laptime for the group is in. The Dodge Viper ACR managed a lap in 7:03.45. Quick, definitely, but they did not break into the 6 minute range as expected. They hoped to top the Lamborghini Huracan Performante but they have a long way to go in order to beat a time of 6:52:01. The driver is Dominik Farnbacher. This is the man who ran a 7:12.13 'Ring time in the 4th generation Viper ACR. The team will likely try again as conditions have been rainy and they had limited running windows. This is essentially their first full go. We wish them the best of luck on subsequent attempts!
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  • subaru335i's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:45 PM
    BoostCoin. I like it. Hype the shit out of it saying the blockchain technology of BoostCoin will enable driverless cars to better communicate and learn from each other through decentralized distributed machine learning. Im in, Ill be CTO. Pump it up and dump it for millions like most of these ICO's
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  • Sticky2's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:43 PM
    At this rate why don't we just create our own?
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  • subaru335i's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:31 PM
    So true. There are soooo many cash grab/scams in ICO's lately. Ever since BTC came back up and Eth shot up. Usually its not too hard to tell the good ones from the bad though. It definitley takes a strong smart dev team behind it to succeed and a GOOD leader. A lot of these CEOs of these ICOs are clearly slimy scam artists. Vitalik behind Ethereum does seem like the real deal. He is pretty active on reddit and has good/thoughtful things to say. Some of the worst are the husband/wife behind Tezos. They do nothing but talk shit to people on the forums and call everyone dumb for questioning them and trash talk Ethereum saying Tezos is going to destroy it.
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  • subaru335i's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:23 PM
    You got quite lucky! lol. I wish I even had 60 coins at 140. I just need to follow your buys/sells
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:12 PM
    Some interesting exhaust testing here from Soul Performance Products showing the difference between HJS HD 200 cell sport catalytic converters with the PSE, cat bypass pipes with PSE, and their full three inch trackback exhaust. The testing took place at AWE-Tuning with their Mustang dynamometer. AWE-Tuning adjust their Mustang to read like a Dynojet so ignore the peak figures. Focus on the delta between the runs. Let's start with the sport cats with the factory PSE: Solid gains throughout the curve with just a catalytic converter change. Next up are cat bypass pipes: Slightly more torque and a top end power gain but really not enough to warrant going catless over catted. That is, unless you want more sound and to spend less money. Next up is a full straight pipe three inch Soul Performance Product exhaust: There is definitely power and torque to pick up in the exhaust if getting rid of the factory cats. Whether that be for sport cats or straight pipes is up to you.
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  • Eleventeen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:06 PM
    The music wouldn't bother me if I were out drinking, but it makes no sense for a race video. Furthermore, I want to hear the car sounds during the race, not the soundtrack you jackoff to.
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