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Hey all! I would love some advice on fitting

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Hey all! I would love some advice on fitting 3 car seats across in an x3. My daughter is 5 (and a tiny thing) and in a Britax Marathon 70. My son is 2.5 and we just swapped his marathon out for a Radian rxt. We were planning on swapping my daughter out to a Radian as well. Our 3rd is coming in July and we’d love to be able to use 3 seats back there, with one being an infant seat.

Kind of just seeing what people think. I figure that i will start a family in about 5 6 years so if im going to have a sick sports car then now is the time. I was always the FI type who was like oh ill never spend money on a car because its a waste blah blah, but if im only spending an extra couple hundred to enjoy myself then why not? gotta live it up every once in awhile.

To make that happen, to create a timeless machine for fast moving times, BMW has simplified its design language, with economy of line and sculpture. That means, when you look at this new Concept 8 Series, that you see sharpness and precision, and a startling sleekness through the way the design team has achieved light and shadow on the car’s exterior. If you look closely enough, you can even see the future.

This particular kit comes with everything you need except engine, transmission, and paint. It’s designed around a small block Chevy engine, although a large number of engines can be squeezed in there. How about the 5.4l V8 from a Porsche 928 GTS? Coming with 345bhp, this thing will fly, and that’s before you start tweaking the engine. 500bhp is attainable!

I genuinely enjoy driving it more than my V8 powered beast. I never thought I say that, but there it is.The i3 is a blast to drive. RWD, 170 horses, all the torque available any time you push it. It turns heads, you can park it on a postage stamp, you can turn a circle inside a tiny two lane road without doing a 3 point.

Tbh, if I were to move back in to Boston, I’d buy a BMW 310r and bike in and out to work. Maybe sell your Nissan for that for spring autumn. Then you can save miles and wear and tear on the X5 and make it last way longer and save yourself the headache. In a big car Boston is a night mare. On a bike? It’s fun and easy to park and since Boston is 90% slow moving traffic the risk of bike accidents goes down Astronomically vs a fast moving city like Austin or Indianapolis. And you’ll get 55 76 mpg.

Focus STs are WAAAAY more fun than a 328i, and they sold brand new for less than 24k. Find a lightly used one for 15k and get way more practicality from it due to it being a hatch. Will also come with significantly lower insurance payments and exponentially less in maintenance costs. You can go less practical with a Mazda MX 5, those are fun as hell. I could go on, but I have a feeling that recommending other cars isn going to convince you.

Sorry again for the ranty initial comment there and thanks for the quick reply. I think my career choice is partially to blame precision torque specs and other adjustment/alignment values have been drilled into my head for a long time. While I get the idea of monkey tight not gorilla tight, I a mechanic by trade so generally have pretty high hand strength and my idea of something being monkey tight could be someone else idea of gorilla tight just ask my wife about that when it comes to jar or drink bottle lids lol.

I have drag raced BMW cars at a BMW event, and I have noticed most automatics have a limit to how much torque can be output by the torque converter to the wheel. Even if the other guy launched it hard, you should be able to stay ahead at least until the first gear change. If you can shift fast enough, you can beat most non high end automatics.

The first time I tried to go fast, I got to right at 50.01, and I know there a lot I can improve. I won almost half a second in the first turn (but then messed it up in the second and third, I can seem to get those right).70 hours isn really that much, I personally have clocked in over 500 hours in AC and I still suck mostly.

My experience (and decision) was that if I was going to spend an afternoon underneath the car removing the actuator motor and taking it apart I did not want to risk the free fix failing at some point and having to do it all over again. I believe it’s well worth the $50 $100 to purchase a new gear and not worry about it for another 80k miles or more. Since the first writing of this article, replacement gears have actually gone from $100 down to $20 or less!BMW transfer case actuator motor disassembled (brand new black replacement gear pictured).

Obviously BMW is going to use their most expensive, flagship “sporty car” to go against more exlusive, prestigious manufacturers (or cars in case of the Ford GT).Yes, it true about the BoP.Yeah they said that they had a 6 month setback because of the veto, but I suggest don take it too strictly that.

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However, the quality of its upgrades and the remarkable improvements they offered over the standard vehicles ensured that, as Enzo Ferrari liked tosay, Alpina has always made “one less car than themarket demands”. Which is hardly surprising, giventhe fact that its B7 Turbo of 1978 was called “the world’s fastest sedan”, the B7 Turbo Coup of 1982 was as quick as a Porsche 911 Turbo, and the B10Bi Turbo of 1989was described bythe late and highly respected Belgian racing driver and Road Track journalist Paul Frre as “the best four door in the world”. And, returning to the subject ofFerraris, thelarge and luxurious Alpina B12 6.0 of 1999 could cover a kilometre from a standing start in just 23.6 seconds swifter than the Prancing Horse marque’scontemporary F355.

10. Wagon (Station Wagon)Wagons are a variant of sedan style cars and are quite similar to hatchbacks. The main difference is that they have an extra gate available on the rear side. This gate can either be a liftgate or a tailgate. The roof is extended a little towards the back, and it’s shared by passengers, cargo or both. Wagons are mainly 2 box cars, with 3 or 4 pillars.

TLDR: BMW lease gone wrong, left with $825/mo payment and seeking options to get rid of the carStop leasing luxury cars you can pay for in cash. Just leasing a BMW is screwing yourself. You get to pay for the most expensive part of the depreciation with nothing to show for.

It would be a shame, yes it a big car, but it only had one season. It takes more than a season sometimes for a car to reach it stride.There exceptions, some vehicles are competitive out of the gate, the Mustang in V8 supercars in 2019 (although Dick Johnson Racing/Penske generally does not mess around when they can commit), but it takes a while.

Hubby bought an older M5 through Dubizzle. It was an incredible beast to drive but it kept breaking down. He sold it on Dubizzle, got a gently used BMW from Abu Dhabi. Drove it until the service warranty was about to expire. Weirdly, it was a model that AGMC Dubai was trying to convince Emirates Airlines to add to its fleet of Skywards cars, so every now and then hubby would exchange his car for a fancy loaner car while it was borrowed by EA. Eventually hubby and I agreed to trade in both cars so he could get a second gently used one, again from AGMC Abu Dhabi.

Ranked roles This is the only feature that could be described as pay2win, but considering its the defining feature of dotaplus and removes by far the most annoying bullshit in the game that is entirely unrelated to the actual game itself (arguing over lanes while on a fucking timer amd losing gold so EVERYONE is losing while mid argues).

Time to crimp it all together! With the Ford plug all the wire colors match correctly, and the heating wires have no polarity so it does not matter how you connect those. White to white, black to black, and gray to gray. I used vise grips to crimp them and standard butt connectors like I listed above, but if you’re baller status and care about the car you’re working on, use the heat shrink connectors and a wire crimp tool.11 months ago

The gents’ watches and a couple of women’s models in the Cellini line are hand wound. Since the Cellini collection is the simplest in terms of design and function of all the Rolex watches, the hand winding befits this classical image. I admit that I see an obvious paradox and somewhat of an incoherence in having a classically simple timepiece with a quartz movement, which is usually associated with cheaper watches or fakes. Still, we can be quite certain that Rolex does not manufacture lesser quality watches, so if for some reason you fancy having a quartz powered timepiece, you can be sure it will keep on ticking with accuracy and precision for many years to come.7 years ago

I would have hoped would obvious by now why I am focusing on this. Because this is the dt and this is a topic that I find somewhat interesting and thought would make a descent discussion here. As I’ve said, IRL, I have noticed a correlation between some people who buy status symbols and there level of pretention.

Warranty should cover it, but your dealer will have to claim it and they will have to make that case to BMW corporate. Stupid. I could have driven it in but they wouldn take it without an appointment. Next time you wonder why BMW service is so expensive realize how they throw money away.

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I forgot to add that the other feature of the Aton that makes it a better fit for small cars is that the release handle for the seat is on the bottom where as most are on top near the canopy. This means you don’t have to worry about having enough room for your hand to fit to pull the handle between the infant seat and front seat. This made a big impact on the seats that would work in our car and the Aton won easily.

We are traveling in May with LO (little one) who will be 18 months. I am planning on taking our Sureride for the flight (he has his own seat), and installing it FF on the plane. Not thrilled with FF for the flight, but I’m ok with it, and knew that would have to happen on a flight with this particular seat.

We were looking at them because we wanted something roomy and comfy on the road that had memory seats, heated seats and wheel, and a big moonroof and I still like a big V6 over a turbo 4 the LaCrosse was one of the cars that ticked the boxes. Cooled seats, seat massagers and a HUD were options that came with the Premium trim and I glad we got them I turn the massagers on every time I get in (and I been trying to figure out how to retrofit some into my old Mustang).

Mini knows you want one. When people shop around for a car, they can bounce from dealership to dealership without really expressing they want a particular type of car. Unfortunately, when shopping for a Mini, most dealers will know that you want one of those in particular. If you express you drove a long way, loved them for years, etc., then they can turn that against you.

And buy something fun but not so insane? If you want to buy an M3 later, you can always sell your car and upgrade. Congrats on that first off.$50k for a vehicle at your income is within a reasonable purchase price for a vehicle. Put a decent chunk (20%+) down on it and keep the financing short.

How Often To Change Your Air FilterThis depends on your driving conditions but it’s usually recommended to change the filter every 30,000 miles. If you drive off road or in dusty conditions you may want to check your filter more often. I replaced mine 8 months ago (about 10,000 miles) and I’m pretty surprised at how dirty it is already. Given how relatively cheap it is to replace I probably will be changing mine every 20,000 miles or so.

The public had also become disenchanted with an event that had become more of an arms race than a yacht race, and the legal bickering had scared off many potential commercial partners. And to sum up just how bitter and twisted the America’s Cup had become, allegations surfaced that a representative of Alinghi’s yacht club had tried to put pressure on the principal race officer to prevent the start of the second race by refusing to operate the starting signals.

If you live in a single family house and have a driveway or garage that you can park next to a wall, get a 240V “EVSE” (Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment, colloquially but incorrectly called a “level 2 charger.”) Unless you have a 240V, 30A electric dryer style outlet available right next to where you want to park, you need an electrician to install one.

As for why it doesn’t fit I’m not 100% sure what the problem is. But it’s almost like the latches aren’t long enough so when you push them in they can’t reach to latch on. The angle in which the seat would sit on doesn’t seem right either. She never told me why they aren’t compatible, just that the quality control people did tests and that the latch system doesn’t work with certain BMW’s.

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The Ford commercials that feature SyncWe’ve all seen the commercials from Ford Motor Company that feature the Microsoft Sync system on some of their vehicles. As an owner of one of those vehicles equipped with the Sync system, I can tell you how it actually works for those of you who do not know.

It doesn really cost anything more in maintenance than any other car if you look after it. Track rods, filters etc will cost you about the average but you probably pay a bit more for tyres because they put out an insane amount of torque (the m54 engine in an e46 3 series puts out 168hp at someyhing along the lines of 155ft lb of torque on a what would be an even lighter chassis than mine in your 3 series), and it rear wheel drive so your car is being pushed rather than pulled.

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