I don't know about you but I didn't notice much of a performance gain (if any at all) or mileage gain w/ 91 premium over 87 regular unleaded that was equivalent to roughly an extra gallon of gasoline that premium cost you in price.
That said, I've been told there is definitely a difference...
Nice. Glad to see he's doing well and glad to see Lloyd's back on the trails! Was Lloyd's rig running ok? I recall there were LOTS of little issues during the build up process.
IIRC Weld make cold forged aluminum rims for off road use. Not sure what kind of abuse they can take.
I know my...
Is that Richard (I think was his name) in the Suzuki that he calls it Suzi? Wheeled with him a few times in the past. Nice guy.
Which rig is Lloyd's new one? The black Gen II w/ a Sudan Beige lower half?
Great pics! Allows us to live vicariously LOL!
Truth be told, I'm itching more than...
My 1990 w/ rxinhed and my 89 were both fine for power at sea level. Gps verified 90mph on my 2-door and chp radar gun verified 108mph on my 4-door. Happened on flat stretches in both situations. Both had 33x12 mt tires, rock skids, and a custom front bumper.
My rolled 1990 was also a good...
Me too. The longer it takes the more comfortable I'm getting with the available mapping solutions. Specifically Scenic Maps. It's not as detailed I thing and sometimes trails are missing but that's the exception and not the rule.
You're mistaken in thinking we're using iPads in the back country to stay connected. We're only using their integrated gps with previously downloaded mapping software. No other data is transmitted in the field otherwise.
IMHO, if you have an android or iOS phone then I find Waze to be a far better on road solution than traditional dedicated GPS units. For traffic detection it uses other Waze owners ahead of you to help it gauge the actual sped of traffic rather than just rely the often delayed info...
that sucks about the accident but good to hear the positive outcome.
as for plastic lights, in this case the plastic lenses on these lights should outperform glass lenses for stone impacts, but I'm not sure how well they hold up to UV wear over time.