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Car lover from Latvia. Waiting to get a license. I love BMWs and Audis, but I like Subarus and a lot of other cars too. My dream car is a BMW E34 M5. Rally life. In youtube as LGKvideos.
12th April 2016
Hey, anybody knows where I can watch F1 live? I used to be able to watch F1 in my TV, but now the channels don’t show F1 anymore, so I am wondering where I could watch it.
So yea, since I don’t have the age to drive a car I am riding a 50cc around, you can find pics on my profile. I was gonna keep it stock, so it costs lower to run, lives longer and maybe even sells better later.
But hell, I didn’t make it and spent all of my money on parts and I don’t even know if it is gonna run. Not to mention I haven’t really worked on these engines before.
So, yea, now it will have an aftermarket exhaust, intake, and some other parts. Will probably sound like a weedwhacker (which it is).
Hello, so I might have done a bit of a stupid thing today. I haven’t got much experience in this kind of stuff. So, in my moped, my coolant level has always been pretty low (haven’t changed it since I bought it in September). I was looking through forums and it suggested that it is just below the ‘’max’’ dial, mine was barely on min. The coolant in there was like brownish, pinkish color so I was going to flush it. The thing I did was I had some pink antifreeze and distilled water laying around. I mixed it 50/50 and poured it into the cooling system. Now I started thinking, what if the coolant in there wasn’t the pink one (that I originally thought of) but it was the orange one. I have heard of the fact that you shouldn’t mix them but I don’t know what happens.
So, the question. What can happen? And can I drive it for the next week to school till I can get coolant and change it? I drove it today for some time, it warmed up and I don’t see any changes in the system. It is all liquid and is cooling the engine.