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13yo Car enthusiast from Finland who likes basically JDM cars, but my absolute favourites are 1998 Impreza WRX STI and 2005 WRX STI.
Kurikka, Suomi Finland
3rd August 2018
So i have this problem, which is that always when i look at my tools, i get sad. Where could this werid thing come from?
So i have a Rx7 Fc with About 380hp (fully tuned except the turbo), and i have noticed that it is very happy to rev around 8800rpm.
Just asking if it is profitable for me to choose the high rpm turbo, or the mediun rpm turbo.
My grandparents and my parents have never owned a automatic car (my dad has driven one, he works as a security guard and HAS to drive a automatic cuz he’s working mostly at night. But that’s not the point, am i lucky, if my granda said to me yesterday, that the day she can’t drive anymore, i will get his 1989 MB 230E with 400k and no rust, perfect paint, pretty good interior and a low AMG aftermarket wing? I know, she is 79, and driving a car! Also, my friend (same age as me) has driven since 5 yrs old and he is been teaching me how to drive for 5 weeks in his Ford fiesta mk2, and he has a MB 300d with om605 Turbo (350hp and about 520Nm which he has driven since 10yrs old. And btw i am 13. So, am i lucky? 😁
So my dad said our lawnmower was running very rough and stalled randomly. I said I could inspect it and I found out the fuel filter and the spark plug were bad, and I thought I should clean the carbon from the cylinder. I asked my dad if I could fix it, he said no. I asked why I can’t fix it? He said: Because you’re not a mechanic and you will break the lawnmower if you try fix it. I have fixed my friends Lawnmower with the same problems. How could I prove to my dad that I can fix the lawnmower? Btw, I’m 13 yrs old and I am very interested in cars. Especially Japanese :)