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US (PHL) -> Islay -> Edinburgh -> US by Basil Mazzleman - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 14:28:24 EST ID:wtEuW8Cm No.33516 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hey, anyone have tips on flying into scotland (or elsewhere on britannia) to go to Islay, then make my way to Edinburgh? would it make more sense to go to Edinburgh first, then Islay, then the US?

I'm looking at a few places for flights, and nothing seems super convenient. is there public trans to get around from Edinburgh to Islay?
Shaman !MbOrDArdlI - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 19:57:37 EST ID:9pSN88Jj No.33517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Soooo I'm planning on spending a month hitching and hiking around the Skye and the hi'lands this May.

My plan is to leave from NY and fly into either Edinburgh and start walking or London and get a train or something. I think flying to anywhere that's not a major city is going to be more expensive then ground/ferry transit. Consider a layover in Dublin, that might help you out. I came here to make a thread about Scotland too so I guess we can double up.

My question is thus. I was thinking about just b ring a kilt instead of bring pants/short. My reasoning being that that's what the natives wore, so there is probably some benefit to it. If was in the desert I'd go for a robe and turban, when I wade through the everglades I wear moccasins. Will people think I'm a poser or be offended? I know the scot's are known for their friendliness, but I don't wanna be dismissed as another american tourist either.

I hope you enjoy your trip, maybe well run into one another <3
Frederick Dondleham - Mon, 14 Mar 2016 08:41:53 EST ID:+34HmHif No.33538 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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English oppressor here.
I would say fly to Glasgow or Edinburgh preferably. It may work out much cheaper to London or Manchester, getting up north might be a bit long and costly, but you could make it into a fun trip with some stops along the way. Glasgow should be the base from which you venture to and from Islay.
Both Glasgow and Edinburgh are worth a visit, you can get between them by train. Edinburgh is big on tourism, whereas Glasgow is a much more Scottish affair.
From Glasgow you can Islay, very fast via plane.
A little slower path is using a bus service that runs across the Lochs (maybe check out the highlands here) to Kennacraig where you can get the ferry.
Alternatively, you can have an adventurous island hop over there, get the train to Ardrossan, then the ferry to the picturesque isle of Arran. From Lochranza get the ferry to Claonaig, and from there to Kennacraig, ferry, boom.

In regards to your Kilt, Sorry to spoil the fantasy but use amongst the scottish is actually quite rare, even in the far off parts. It is generally worn ceremonially, for weddings or Ceildhe dancing. If your aim is to blend in you are mistaken. How would you be percieved? I imagine a spectrum ranging from downright ridicule to slightly humoured endearment. But then again, the further you get from civilization the less it will matter.
I think you will find scotland to be a quite contrasting country (even for americans) with big cities, and some of the most rural places in the UK. It has some awful poverty and some awesome wealth, and its inhabitants vary from the very nice to the very nasty (I think the hospitable reputation applies mostly to those living rural).
Sidney Lightwater - Mon, 14 Mar 2016 14:45:38 EST ID:lvoh9krC No.33539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Scottish lowlander here.
>>33538 speaks the truth.
Kilts are rarely worn unless for a special occasion. Kilts are beneficial for hitchhiking, such as for Scots traveling abroad. It plays in to stereotypical perception of Scottish heritage which is largely romanticised. Go for a kilt by all means but make sure it fits correctly and be prepared to receive attention from all. The weather is very variable. A waterproof jacket is useful considering it rains frequently, on and off. Personally I would just opt for one of those cheap roll-up lightweight jacket in a sack for shoving on when it rains, with warmer layers underneath, otherwise I'd go for a proper coat. Read up on a UK guide for outdoor jackets/clothing, last thing you want is to catch a cold out in the elements.

Ferry transit is not too expensive for most of Scotland. You might be surprised. Buses are a nice way to take in the scenery without moving your ass, these are best booked in advance. Transport in the rural divisions tends to be much more expensive than the populated areas / more frequented trips. They are all way cheaper than the train anyhow. Might want to check out lift sharing sites. Hitch hiking is a fun way to go. Best of luck to you on your stay and adventures. Let us know if you need further info man. Cheers!

Various Transport Links:
http://www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map - (cycle/walking paths)

Car speakers with no radio by Ebenezer Heshhitch - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 20:41:24 EST ID:jgxyDj6W No.33527 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Not sure whether to put this here or in /tech/ but i'd think you'd know what to do.
I ask trying to get my speakers in my car to work on no radio only to serve as an AUX in and perhaps some way to hook up my guitar to.
Cash this be possible with just the radio plug but without a radio?
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Ebenezer Heshhitch - Fri, 11 Mar 2016 00:31:47 EST ID:jgxyDj6W No.33529 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How about an amp with RCA output anda volume control? What isa preamp? I wanna get into this ohm/watts/sensitivity
I founda good selection of small amps
George Smallfoot - Fri, 11 Mar 2016 09:30:45 EST ID:/FEMUnoy No.33531 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just get a power converter and hook an amp to it.
Martin Guffingdore - Sat, 12 Mar 2016 20:22:59 EST ID:jqLITW2j No.33532 Ignore Report Quick Reply
so I did a google and there's sites that sell wiring harnesses for the oem stereo that offer an aux in. do you have any radio at all?

your guitar has inductors in it and they need power so you have to put an amp in there to get the wave up to line level. then you can amplify it for the speakers.
Cyril Gesslebury - Sun, 13 Mar 2016 01:11:43 EST ID:ieKGut4z No.33534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This makes me wanna learn more on how voltage is turned into sound.
I have no radio but don't want one. I would prefer to just get an amp.
I only wanna use my car speakers for an aux in and EVENTUALLY get my guitar to work with them but from what it looks likei havea lot to learn.
Lillian Donkinville - Sun, 13 Mar 2016 22:16:52 EST ID:m69utVw2 No.33537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sound going in is like sound going out

microphones are like tiny speakers

blowin yer mind

get something like this.


you can run leads from the battery for power, rca in from whatever or from a guitar preamp like those battery powered ones you can get. try to find the wiring diagram for the connector that your car has... google is your friend dude

Travel/Airline Tickets by Albert Himingway - Thu, 19 Mar 2015 00:13:07 EST ID:lP0KZltW No.31957 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can anyone help me with finding websites for finding cheap airline tickets? There must be a website out there that gives promos and special prices for flights. I know most people are going to direct me towards the search engine google, but i've tried that and still can't find a reasonable airline ticket price.
Edwin Fanforth - Thu, 19 Mar 2015 09:30:04 EST ID:PXqeXoHJ No.31958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
there are a lot of sites that list cheap tickets... just use google.
Samuel Nundlestone - Fri, 20 Mar 2015 11:40:20 EST ID:J0bIXXt2 No.31964 Ignore Report Quick Reply

There are no golden tickets, sorry. Before 9/11 you could do air courier but that is ancient history. Just search Kayak, Airline Consolidator or something similar (they're all about the same). Look for mid week and red eye flights. Book in low season, far in advance or absolutely last minute. That is about it.

If you're in Canada consider a bus/train to the US because the taxes are cheaper, but factor in the time/hassle/bus fare and see if it is worth the effort. Often the case is not if you only save under a hundred dollars.
Samuel Nundlestone - Fri, 20 Mar 2015 12:10:46 EST ID:J0bIXXt2 No.31965 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I guess the corollary to this is try to fly out of a hub, if that is reasonable. I am actually looking at a flight in may right now. From this podunk town the cheapest would be $710, while if I take the tedious 12h bus to exotic Newark, NJ I can take a milk run flight for $560. I've done this route several times before, but I was traveling light (one carry-on). I am considering the fact that I want to maybe bring more than three pairs of underwear for a 4 month trip that it may not be worth it to me, the tedium is high, I'd need to overnight somewhere or sleep in the airport (lame), and it is a hassle to cart luggage around. YMMV
Beatrice Bemblegold - Sat, 21 Mar 2015 10:37:38 EST ID:s8PRotjQ No.31970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude I fucking love puppies.
Augustus Crobberwill - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 08:42:32 EST ID:EdwvFWrw No.33512 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Skyscanner is hands-down the best site for finding cheap flights. You can broaden your search terms to entire countries or months, then pick the cheapest day and cheapest city to fly out of/into. The hotspot cities are key though, when it comes to europe, London, Frankfurt, Krakow and Istanbul are all super cheap (but UK has crazy strict immigration, so don't use that unless you have a watertight story or real reason to go through there)

Southeast Asia by Lillian Drottingkit - Thu, 25 Feb 2016 00:46:13 EST ID:qPzPF8bh No.33481 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /vroom/

Going to Thailand tomorrow. Spending a week around there and then another week or so in various places in Cambodia. Any recommendations/ stories/ cautions?
Nigger Gozzlepudging - Fri, 26 Feb 2016 00:33:21 EST ID:ADg+WFDr No.33482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dont trust the tuktuk drivers to be honest with you. they will try to take you to a travel agency type thing and they overcharge there.

where are you going anyway, I was there last year
Cedric Buckleputch - Sun, 28 Feb 2016 17:39:53 EST ID:1U/Ts50Z No.33487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Word I'm in the same boat. Going to Thailand for a while. Not sure how long I'm going but I intend on A) training muay thai for a couple weeks, B) renting a beach house and getting drunk c) watching thai fights in bangkok

The rest is up in the air. i'm a canadian journalist and I'll want to write about my experiences. I want to hit up vietnam as well.

US - China - Taiwain - US by Shitting Pockstone - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 02:39:53 EST ID:7OwEFZvF No.33462 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Thread title says it all. This summer I'm going on an adventure in the Orient. Will update as things draw nearer. Just applied for a proper birth certificate so I can get a passport.
Shitting Pockstone - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 02:40:23 EST ID:7OwEFZvF No.33463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well, thread is already shit. Taiwan* nb.

Anyone have a pre-estimate estimate? by Henry Tillinggold - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 00:52:14 EST ID:OW79cqbY No.33455 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Posted something about this in /law/ so refer to my thread there for further detail but mainly before I get an estimate on some exterior damage done to my car, I wanted to see if anyone here might know how much I'm looking at or have a rough idea. Pic is car, passengers side. Steering is still fully functional, it's just exterior denting and scratches thankfully.

TL;DR some dickwad sideswiped my car and drove off
Faggy Cindlekeg - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 01:42:27 EST ID:ADg+WFDr No.33456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
requires reforming, repainting, there's a lot of hours of labor there dude. unless the panels can be replaced and repainted more easily. I'd still say over a couple grand, sry dude

*not an expert at this
Henry Tillinggold - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 03:50:08 EST ID:OW79cqbY No.33458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ah well shit, my insurance covers hit and runs under our collision repair, but only if the damage is more than the deductible, which is like $500 something give or take. So now I'm out $500 now because some fucking stupid ass piece of shit wanted to play bumper cars after it rained.
Martha Bunwill - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 20:59:25 EST ID:ADg+WFDr No.33459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sucks dude. hey at least you're covered

Motorcycles by Lillian Grimshaw - Sun, 17 May 2015 06:26:28 EST ID:I4UoiFhe No.32238 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was looking for a relevant thread to post this in but couldn't find one. Anyways, I was thinking about buying a bike b6t I've never owned one. What kind of bikes would y'all recommend for a beginner? I M leaning towards Street bikess.

Is 500cc too m6ch for a starter bike?
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Graham Hunningpen - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 02:16:28 EST ID:e7aH9ggD No.33404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Forsure, my brutha.
I'm not a brand fanboy or anything.
I'm 6'2" so I'll go with whatever fits me best.
I'm just a little keen on the RC 390 because of the sexy styling and forward lean, but the Ninjette does definitely have the best top speed. Ideal for open throttle on highways. I'll definitely want to tinker on whatever my first bike may be, regardless. The single cylinder KTM has that slight edge for street cred, torque delivery, and simple engine but like I said, it's up in the air until further notice.
I'll definitely keep ya'll posted on my progress.
>Here's a sessy ZX-6R
Nathaniel Brookway - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 17:33:22 EST ID:pD+Jw6Wd No.33406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
At the end of the day though, no brand looks anywhere near as sexy in green as a Kwaki.

I'm 5'10" myself, an ER-6 (I think that's what's called a Ninja in USA, in Europe that's the supersports) and it's pretty neato. Short wheelbase for when you need to overtake in inner city and they come in a faired version too, which helps for motorways. Simple to work on looks bretty good. Inline twim though, not gonna win any races but a 4k-10k power band is easy to master.

Nathaniel Brookway - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 17:34:07 EST ID:pD+Jw6Wd No.33407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
DURP, forgot to mention they do ABS.
Bob Heffleflekker - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 02:46:48 EST ID:zPPc8XRP No.33452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd love to own a Triumph Rocket 3. The noise, the power, the comfort of the road. Och i'd have one already if they weren't expensive as all feck.
Faggy Cindlekeg - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 23:23:51 EST ID:ADg+WFDr No.33453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My inline four toyota would have to have more than 3L of displacement to have bigger cylinders than that bike. That bike also has more power than my inline four toyota.

just for some perspective

The new dodge cummins I think wins though, with more than 1L per cylinder--fyi

Hobo by John Clubblewell - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 23:58:13 EST ID:SZ6XRPtK No.33442 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Who hops freight?

DeLoreans Returning To Production After 35 Years by Nathaniel Govingfoot - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 14:48:44 EST ID:iRMti3rW No.33420 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>First of all – THANK YOU! It wasn’t our plan to announce the introduction the DeLorean resurrection in this way – a simple little local news story got picked up nationally overnight on January 26th and before we knew what had happened it was worldwide! We have seen and read a lot of stories and comments and want to use this as an opportunity, again to say “thanks”, but also to keep everyone updated on what is happening here at DeLorean Motor Company and our plans in regards to the “Low Volume Vehicle Manufacturing Act”.

>Next, we also want to give a shout-out to Congressman Gene Green (D-TX) and Congressman Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) who were the co-sponsors of the “Low Volume Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Act” (HR 2675). The Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) has been working with Congress since 2011 to create a reasonable and responsible regulatory structure to allow small companies (like us!) to produce a limited number of replica motor vehicles. These vehicles will be subject to equipment standards (think headlights, wipers, horns, etc) but exempt from vehicle standards (passive restraint, roof crush, side impact, etc). This legislation simply treats these vehicles the same as “kit cars” purchased and assembled by customers. Current model year, emissions certified, clean engines must be used. You can read the highlights of the law here.

>For DeLorean Motor Company, this means that we can now assemble and sell a complete, “turn-key” vehicle, using many of the same parts that were used to create the original DeLorean car from 1981-1983. Since the mid-nineties, we have owned the remaining stocks of parts, engineering drawings and some of the factory tooling and equipment and now have all of this in our suburban Houston, Texas location. Want to see how much we still have? Take a virtual tour of our facility courtesy of Google Places (kind of like Google Street View, but inside our facility).

>A DeLorean is made up of about 2800 or so individual parts – stainless panels, glass, seats, tires, wheels, brakes, carpet, seat belts, engine, transmission, nuts, bolts, washers and much more! We’re fortunate to have more than 95% of these parts still available to us as either original DeLorean parts, parts that we have sourced from new suppliers and many that we have had reproduced using the drawings mentioned earlier. That means that the exterior shape and design of the car that everyone recognizes and loves will be unchanged.

>What will be different about the cars? Well, we mentioned engines, and that’s a big piece of the puzzle that we are working on! Since we must use a current model year, emissions certified engine in these replica DeLoreans, we’re already in talks with four engine suppliers – two domestic and two import. We’ve signed non-disclosure agreements with all of them, so we can’t say exactly who – yet. We can say that the engines we are considering are both naturally aspirated and turbocharged, four-cylinder and six-cylinder, and they produce between approximately 270hp (200 kw) and 350hp (261kw). We hope to conclude negotiations and be able to announce our engine partner very soon.

>Many of you that are already familiar with the DeLorean know that the car originally came with 15″ wheels on the rear, and 14″ on the front. There are no performance tires in those sizes any longer, so we are looking hard at new, larger, wheels and tires. Larger wheels and tires means that we can use bigger brakes, too! We’re likely to stick with Eibach as our spring supplier, and have been in negotiations and had samples from a well-known German shock absorber supplier, too.

>Another area that will see significant upgrades is the in-car entertainment and connectivity. The original DeLorean came with a four-speaker, AM/FM cassette player – standard fare for 1981, but not today. For years we have been upgrading this part of the car through our service and restoration work, and we’ll continue to push that envelope as much as we can. A modern, improved HVAC system has also already been tested and is planned for these cars, as well.
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Emma Brookshit - Sat, 06 Feb 2016 12:56:49 EST ID:iDPNFYeV No.33422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Some serious things to consider, since "returning to production" isn't really a true statement.

They're not really, "returning to production" but rather they are building cars out of existing parts. So they're not really technically returning to production since they are not producing new cars out of new parts, but rather they're making "new" cars out of old parts.

Not that they could even produce new parts anyway. When Delorean closed in northern Ireland they were taken under receivership by the British government, since the nation of Great Britain was essentially the majority owner due to all the subsides and state-sponsored financing they gave John Delorean to build his factory. British parliament then proceeded to liquidate the company. All of the stamping dies used to produce the body parts were sold as scrap metal, where they later were turned into fishing net anchors, put on a boat, and dropped into the Atlantic ocean. So unless these guys either have the shear piles of money it will take to re-engineer new stamping dies -- or if they some how have a legitimate plan to pay salvagers to troll off the north coast of Ireland for hunks of metal the size of small trucks that have been under the sea for 35 years -- then they will never be able to produce new parts.

When Delorean went under, all of the warehoused parts already created up to that point were sold several times, where they ended up in Denmark, then the Netherlands, then New Jersey, then ultimately they ended up in Texas. Around this time a guy in Texas bought the parts, and he also acquired all of the intellectual property rights for Delorean off of John Delorean's estate and from John's wife, who was still alive (and vehemently against all of what he planned to do). That was around 2007. He started a business refurbishing Deloreans that were already in the U.S. and he did have a plan to produce whole cars from the parts, but then the financial crisis hit and all the money dried up and that plan fell through.

Now basically the same thing is happening. All the loose money in the financial markets right now means that this hairbrained scheme is feasible again. So what will you get if you buy one?

You will get a Delorean that has been entirely custom re-manufactured from the 35 year old parts that were produced before the production lines closed down in '83. Even though your car is "brand new", for legal purposes it will be a model year 1983 car, and that is what will be on the title. So it's not even legally considered to be a "new" car, but a re-manufactured car instead.

It's important to remember: there is a reason that Delorean went out of business. These cars as they were stock are pieces of crap. They're massively underpowered, slow to accelerate, handle like an oil tanker, and their engine cooling subsystems are not designed correctly, so you're gonna overheat a lot.

Basically this is an opportunity for collector car enthusiats, as a very popular car to collect is going to temporarily have some new inventory introduced into the market, which will probably temporarily drive down prices of Deloreans in the collectors market, but once production ceases (which I doubt would go on for any longer than a year -- next financial crisis and this plan will get shelved again), then the values of collector-grade Deloreans will probably rise again. So if you're a collector and you've always had an empty spot in your barn for a Delorean, then now might be your best buy opportunity in a decade.
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Jack Dollerted - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 01:56:02 EST ID:4SV4h0Fu No.33440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It says in the OP they will be built with a modern engine, suspension, wheels, brakes, audio system, and climate control
>DMC anticipates to build approximately 50 vehicles per year over the next six years with an estimated retail price of $100,000
Still better be a hell of an upgrade for an asking price of $100k
James Gucklewotch - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 21:23:38 EST ID:iDPNFYeV No.33441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Its the frame superstructure and the body panels that matter, though. A delorean is not a delorean without them. And for all effective purposes those can never be manufactured again. So there is a finite supply of them. Intact body panels are collectors items in themselves.

Flying First class by Ernball - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 02:05:07 EST ID:8Mln82NQ No.33433 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Flying from Chicago to London soon. Everytime I've gone, I've always flown economy on British Airways. It's not so bad. Free booze in economy, but shit for legroom and the seating is "snug"

Anybody here ever flown first class? Is it worth the money on an 8 hour + flight?

pic not really, but sorta kinda related, but not really
Eugene Clinderbatch - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 18:10:24 EST ID:iDPNFYeV No.33436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm kinda interested in knowing if paying for domestic business class is worth it. I gotta go from pennsylvania to oregon in 2 months and I'm willing to pay a little bit more to keep a little more of my sanity by the end of it.
Jack Dartdock - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 19:05:24 EST ID:23DmjMMV No.33437 Ignore Report Quick Reply

idk OP, it really depends on the airline. I've seen some first class sections that were only marginally better than coach and that didn't justify the pricer tickets. On the other hand I've seen some first class sections where you get nice huge comfy seats with more legroom than you could possibly use for not too much more per ticket. Plus you usually get to board/disembark first, have television (sometimes you gotta pay for it, sometimes ya don't) and yeah, free booze still.

I'd honestly look up customer reviews of the first class section for both the airline AND the model of plane on which you'll be flying before making a decision. I've flown first class a few times and trust me, on a very long flight it can definitely be worth it. Plus there's much less of a chance of being stuck next to people who will make your flight more hellish.
Ernball - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 21:09:05 EST ID:8Mln82NQ No.33438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good advice. Thanks
Fuck Wushstock - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 21:30:13 EST ID:ADg+WFDr No.33439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
any time I've looked at first class prices they're at least 5x the price so not worth it imo. but I was also flying abroad to backpack so the bar was low

Vehicular Innovation by Esther Cossleforth - Sun, 31 Jan 2016 01:31:57 EST ID:dP6lokbO No.33393 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is a thread for weird, new shit in motorized vehicles. New ideas, new technology, ideas that came before their time, solutions to problems, engineering porn, etc.

Here's the motoczysz C1, which was a few years ago a very real super bike contender and some would argue possibly a moto GP game changer. The bike and its bizarre engine were both designed by a crazy rich American with no engineering background and a a couple million dollars. It had a counter-rotating engine built around two very narrow V twins, longitudinally mounted with 3 cams. The whole installed engine was narrower than the rear tire. It also had an external, swapable gearbox, a swingarm pivot coaxial to the front sprocket, all structural members and fairings made of carbon fiber, and a carbon fiber front suspension with linear roller bearings and an external strut. Many test riders consider Czysz's prototype front end to be the the best ever designed for a race bike.
A Wizard - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 02:45:01 EST ID:7mh9Ewt8 No.33397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would invent an RFID chip remover so the government will stop spying and gangstalking me
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Fucking Woblingforth - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 11:46:33 EST ID:/FEMUnoy No.33400 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>Not using a Scrambler of any kind
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Well at least check this guy out:

He's had a few builds with Hartley V-8s which are pretty fucking mind blowing just by themselves...

Nigger Blatherdock - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 20:31:29 EST ID:pD+Jw6Wd No.33430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Gotta love how the rules were changed and so that bike couldn't compete in MotoGP.

Favourite YouTube car video of all time? by William Giddleham - Sat, 05 Dec 2015 19:37:24 EST ID:GRlYZtk4 No.33154 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can be anything. Carfags get in here.


Vid related, 900hp K20 (2L 4 cyl Honda Engine) in a Toyota MR2 shitting on everything in its path.
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Ernest Fingerham - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 02:38:27 EST ID:D48tpqKU No.33345 Ignore Report Quick Reply

How do you waste lots of gas on a Honda?
Doris Dundersedge - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 03:33:04 EST ID:MIDawK7L No.33376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You get to see a pic related (a real one even, not a replica) tear ass around a racetrack. The exhaust sounds are fucking insane and there's only five of these things left in the world, the sixth was lost. You get to hear this thing at idle, acceleration, upshifting, downshifting, a view under the hood, etc etc.

You also get to play "spot the midget" in this video, and that's fun.
Jack Mommleworth - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 02:45:00 EST ID:GRlYZtk4 No.33380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well it was a built H22 running about 18 pounds of boost so it wasn't exactly fuel efficient
Charlotte Pickfield - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 06:58:02 EST ID:D48tpqKU No.33381 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Oh neat then.
David Pickwater - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 12:00:45 EST ID:6rBlQXxE No.33385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>You also get to play "spot the midget" in this video, and that's fun.
I knew exactly what video that was after reading that part.

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