bought this 2001 twingo for 6.5k, tuned this bad boy from 50hp to 190HP
Op you should feel awful at that price you're a total theif
Getz 1.6 DOCH GLS. Mine went from 110 to 167hp and reducing the weight by 25%, also with anti rolling cague and 185/90/14R on it, crazy acc, good balance and handling due to the weight reduction and redistribution, and specially funny as a entusiast starting car.
>falling for the /o/ twingo meme
I can get one of these for a steal (same price a similar mileage+year chev aveo) but I'm not too sure if it's a good idea.. What does /b/ think?
i forgot the pic..necause thats just what a huge faggot i am
Damn I researched it and this car actually exists.
There's a reason Renault doesn't sell a lot of cars.
lol no they aren't. The fixie is, but it's supposed to be cheap and therefore be locked up outside if need be. I wouldn't take any of those other bikes to be locked up somewhere. The seat cost me as much as the fixie.
The trance has a basic fox 34 evo fork. Non kashima. The float in the back is the same, no reservoir
The trek has a suntour fork. Nuff said.
Rocky mountain have only ever made awful road bikes. That 10 year old thing only has Tiagra too.
Pound for pound, that fixie is probably the best bike you have.
What actually makes them cost that much? For that kind of money, I'd expect a bespoke build from a company who came to measure my height, weight, posture, shoe size, leg length, all that shit.
And my Spesh. the tri bike is actually still on orser, so technically i dont have it yet, bit its paid for.
Any chinese shop or bloke in his shed can lay up a carbon fibre frame, but top frames are layed up like this.
You wont get a bespoke tailored frame with good parts spec for £5k. You wont get a beapoke tailored carbon fibre frame for less than £10k, thats without any other parts.
Tailored fit is overrated anyway.
Euro faggot here!
Honda NSX NA1
i bought it in 1995 for 62k, 298hp
Mercedes G 2016
I regret buying this car, should I trade it in for a BMW M4 or keep it????
>reducing the weight by 25%
So what did you remove? Wheels are probably about the same as stock, thinner ones; chassis and brakes unchanged; engine unchanged; BIW unchanged; no changes to glass or closures; exhaust system is probably heavier as I'm guessing you put a dustbin-sized pipe on it.
So how exactly did you take roughly 250 kg out from it's normal kerb of 1027 kg?
Bought this Opel Astra Twin Top in 2014 with 140 HP. Stil my favorite car. I love it.
I own one. It's slow as balls, but I'll be damned if I'd call it a shit car. Cheapest thing I've ever driven, most reliable car according to a few mechanics I know.. But yeah, it looks like ass, rear engine, tall as shit and wind makes it drift across lanes.. But fuck me if I love that steering they put in, it can turn on a dime.
Not car in pic but one like it. Not quick but is cheap to run and reliable