Dash thread - cool ones, modded ones, shitty ones, whatever.
8th gen Honda have the best dash. Futuristic yet simple and clean.
>tfw never take pictures on my dashboard and have to use the wikipedia one instead
Got a new light on dash today, cool wrench one.
About to hook it up and find out why my trans is shifting hard
drivers position of a T-72, soviet MBT
i will stick to drivers positions i think. this is from an american M48 Patton.
actually not, driving system is not that unlike WW2 T-34s. the driver did however not need a hammer or sililar large instrument to change gear. but still very tricky to operate
this is the T-34 is question. it uses system with levers for steering, gearbox, and pedals for clutch. system takes strong man, because there is no hydraulic assistance, and because of soviet war factories, parts may not fit together properly. Fun enough, tank is driven more with clutch than with accelerator, meaning tank will go faster when pedal is released. old man told me accelerator was mostly used when gear was changed. sorry it takes wait, translation is a bit hard for me
here is from famous tank Tiger I. even large man can fit inside, and everything is made properly. in diffrance to T-34 driving is not heavy work. systems are hydraulically assisted, and not a singe of them requites the driver to use tools. also notice how many more things, like gauges, levers and other things there are. Tiger I was a very complicated tank.
It's actually a nice mix of digital and physical (notice the outline on the cluster). A lot better looking than the 2015 version which is 100% digital
Hardly. All the Escalades before the 2009 generation were complete shit. Since the introduction of the magnetic suspension and other perks, it became an actual luxury car.
>speed limit displayed