Yeah I've got a little over 50,000 now and its running as good as ever I'm just worried after she gets over 100,000 I'm going to see some decrease in power but I guess that will just be an excuse to drop a 426 stroker in it lol.
If you take good care of your engine (e.g., frequent oil changes) and don't abuse it, it should last 200,000 miles. You can determine if you lost any power by drag strip time slips or compression checks.
My four cylinder car (that my son's been using for the last two years) has close to 200,000 miles. Two years ago I changed the timing belt and adjusted the valve rockers. I couldn't believe how clean it was inside. There was no sign of sludge anywhere. I never noticed any loss of power either.
Today's oils are much better than what we used 30 years ago. Now I always changed the oil every 3,500 to 4,000 miles, so maybe that helped too. I've always used regular, non-synthetic oil. And I always use the same oil (Castrol GTX). Maybe mixing different brands causes sludging. :dunno:
I got my DMV bill for registration renewal. The total came out to be $575. That seems like a lot. I do have special plates (random numbers) that cost $40 to renew annually. How much do you guys pay and does it sound about right?
Hello everyone , i read all the threads of people asking what to get.
this is for the people that already got their’s ... and does anyone regret their decision?
why exactly did you get an auto or a manual?
I’m asking people who got their cars to daily drive it or as their main vehicle. But...
I noticed some purple or pink color on the floor. Not sure what it is. Not sure if it's the purple stuff from this or what, it looks pretty full. Is it normal? Or should I be worried and take it to the dealership.
I collected a sample.