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  • 3000gt MR's Avatar
    Today, 06:57 AM
    I cant load pictures from my work computer but i'll text you one and you can post it if you havent already seen it
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  • Ingeniator's Avatar
    Today, 06:48 AM
    If your asking about what I was saying about having a widows tablet. Then I will explain what I use it for. First off it is not dash mounted. I only have it in the car when I need to use it. I primarily use it for Auto Enginuity for friends/family. I also use BBflash/tunerpro and JB4 apps with it for logging flashing. I have ATR on it for if when I load my cobb AP2 onto the 135i. Does a good job of being jack of all trades just a little bulkier then I would like for automotive use. If I wasn't also using it for gaming I would've bought a surface pro 2 or 3.
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  • SDbboy's Avatar
    Today, 06:32 AM
    My S5 does everything I want, not what the company who designed it limited it to do. I love the ability to customize, re-flash and configure everything to my specs. Also being able to play all video formats and FLAC files naively is a huge plus for me as well. Can't stand apple products. They have a huge captive audience but not much innovation.
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  • SDbboy's Avatar
    Today, 06:29 AM
    Can the people talking about controlling your car with a tablet explain? Do you mean just streaming bluetooth audio or other things also?
    26 replies | 256 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 06:12 AM
    Cadillac is doing great things lately. They are rolling out high performance cars such as the ATS-V coupe and sedan which are aimed squarely at their German rivals. It is no secret that BMW M has been and is the benchmark in the class from a driver's car perspective. When you are on top others want to take you down and Cadillac apparently is trying to get attention by trolling BMW using their European Twitter feed. Is BMW doing this to Cadillac? No. BMW knows they are the standard so they could care less about Cadillac. Cadillac comes off looking desperate for attention from the German brands. They also are trying to put themselves in the conversation with M by trolling M. They need to remind people that the ATS-V is an M4 competitor by taking pictures with the M4. They are taking the time to go to M, not the other way around. This kind of thing can backfire (anyone remember how it backfired for Audi back in the day with their billboard calling out BMW?) and make a company look petty instead of professional. Cadillac does not have the performance or luxury pedigree of the Germans... yet. They are doing good things and should focus on that. Trying to get the Germans' attention by screaming for it just makes them look like they are not ready to play with the big boys. People should know the ATS-V is the M4 competitor on their own. If you have to yell to get in the conversation, you were never in it to begin with.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 06:04 AM
    Cadillac is doing great things lately. They are rolling out high performance cars such as the ATS-V coupe and sedan which are aimed squarely at their German rivals. It is no secret that BMW M has been and is the benchmark in the class from a driver's car perspective. When you are on top others want to take you down and Cadillac apparently is trying to get attention by trolling BMW using their European Twitter feed. Is BMW doing this to Cadillac? No. BMW knows they are the standard so they could care less about Cadillac. Cadillac comes off looking desperate for attention from the German brands. They also are trying to put themselves in the conversation with M by trolling M. They need to remind people that the ATS-V is an M4 competitor by taking pictures with the M4. They are taking the time to go to M, not the other way around. This kind of thing can backfire (anyone remember how it backfired for Audi back in the day with their billboard calling out BMW?) and make a company look petty instead of professional. Cadillac does not have the performance or luxury pedigree of the Germans... yet. They are doing good things and should focus on that. Trying to get the Germans' attention by screaming for it just makes them look like they are not ready to play with the big boys. People should know the ATS-V is the M4 competitor on their own. If you have to yell to get in the conversation, you were never in it to begin with.
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  • sonicsonic's Avatar
    Today, 05:43 AM
    Ok:)
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 05:28 AM
    That certainly was fast, wasn't it? After Audi revealed the new second generation R8 V10 we knew more variants would be on the way we just did not know Audi would already start revealing them. Meet the Audi R8 E-Tron which is a significant improvement over the first generation R8 E-Tron. That R8 as you may remember was on again off again on again off again and so on and so forth. Audi seems to have figured things out the second time around and the R8 E-Tron looks pretty much production ready. The car has two electric motors which provide 460 horsepower along with 678 lb-ft of torque. The range with the 92 KWh battery is 280 miles although that definitely depends on how frequently the full 460 horsepower is unleashed. The car will no doubt be compared to the Tesla Model S although this is a sports car with a different emphasis. What should be noted though is the E-Tron can be charged in less than 2 hours and that it has a 155 miles per hour top speed. More details to come such as pricing, weight, and availability but expect R8 E-Trons to be on public roads by the end of the year.
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  • DavidV's Avatar
    Today, 04:50 AM
    You might rethink that
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:32 AM
    Those F-Series tunes sure spread out quickly didn't they? Everyone is trying to grab their piece of the pie and that is how this business works. Evotech of course is throwing their hat in the ring as well with some pretty impressive tune only numbers of 745 horsepower and 930 lb-ft of torque. Yes, those figures are at the crank. Fortunately they provided a dynograph or this network would not be bothering with this article as it often does not for tuners that throw out big numbers without any actual support. Uncorrected on a Dynojet the figures are 623 wheel horsepower and 777 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. That torque number is... well, it's crazy. It's much higher than anyone else and we certainly can not explain it. Other tuners are in the low 600 lb-ft of wheel torque range on a Dynojet. What is Evotech doing differently? What other supporting mods does this car have? We do not know. We only know that they state they are using 95 octane fuel and their Stage 2 flash. Their crank ratings may be a bit high as using 15% loss numbers (which is flawed anyway as it inflates output) puts the torque figure at 914 lb-ft and the horsepower at 732. Regardless, we are seeing some very big numbers out of the S63TU and it is just getting warmed up.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:24 AM
    Those F-Series tunes sure spread out quickly didn't they? Everyone is trying to grab their piece of the pie and that is how this business works. Evotech of course is throwing their hat in the ring as well with some pretty impressive tune only numbers of 745 horsepower and 930 lb-ft of torque. Yes, those figures are at the crank. Fortunately they provided a dynograph or this network would not be bothering with this article as it often does not for tuners that throw out big numbers without any actual support. Uncorrected on a Dynojet the figures are 623 wheel horsepower and 777 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. That torque number is... well, it's crazy. It's much higher than anyone else and we certainly can not explain it. Other tuners are in the low 600 lb-ft of wheel torque range on a Dynojet. What is Evotech doing differently? What other supporting mods does this car have? We do not know. We only know that they state they are using 95 octane fuel and their Stage 2 flash. Their crank ratings may be a bit high as using 15% loss numbers (which is flawed anyway as it inflates output) puts the torque figure at 914 lb-ft and the horsepower at 732. Regardless, we are seeing some very big numbers out of the S63TU and it is just getting warmed up.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:13 AM
    This is all I read and all I cared to read.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 04:11 AM
    Hey cmvi01: :text-welcomewave:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:11 AM
    Here are the first pictures of the upcoming 991 generation 911 GT3 RS model. Nothing too crazy here as it matches the spyphotos but it is important to note that for the first time a street version of the GT3 has exposed air intakes in the rear fenders similar to the Turbo models. The specification sheet for the 911 GT3 RS was leaked last month so with these images and the specs we basically have the whole picture. 500 horsepower, 4.0 liter motor, PDK, wider bodywork in front and and in back, and a bit less weight. Now we wait for the official reveal but the internet sure knows how to spoil the party for manufacturers.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:05 AM
    Oh if you only knew David... what a past couple weeks it has been for me. On the bright side though we're in position to move on to bigger and better things than ever before. :)
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  • DavidV's Avatar
    Today, 04:02 AM
    Well for starters it now does feel a lot quicker than it has ever been. Great work Sticky!
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:01 AM
    Front page is officially back to normal people :) Yay! What a past couple weeks... wow. Anyway, everything should be working great now!
    7 replies | 187 view(s)
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