1. (Source: stanceworks)

  2. lild415:

    t-xp:

    ismellpotyousmellit:

    liftedbaynative1:

    dudewheresyoursoul:

    psilolysergicamine:

    dori-ps13:

    stancedautos:

    GTR vs Police

    Oakland

    damn son

    That’s just how it goes

    Yee it’s back

    I miss the bay son. 😂

    Hell yeuh!😏

    Lol mobbin thru the bay. I just saw that gtr last week

  3. (Source: onedownfourupmotorcycles)

  4. (Source: triumphbikes)

  5. automotivated:

IMG_6223B-3 by Steve Van Den Hemel on Flickr.

    automotivated:

    IMG_6223B-3 by Steve Van Den Hemel on Flickr.

  6. jockeyfever:

    that911:

    Source: Farm of Minds

    Interesting. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a de-badged Subie. (Coming from a girl who lives less than 2 miles from the leading Subaru dealership in the world.)

    I’m not sure if I like it.

  7. coolstuffdue:

stancedautos:

1985zcar:

Ok.

Da fuq??? I need the source!!!

expect-the-w0rst

    coolstuffdue:

    stancedautos:

    1985zcar:

    Ok.

    Da fuq??? I need the source!!!

    expect-the-w0rst

    (Source: bvsedjesus)

  8. naturallyaspirated:

    Just a big “nope” from the course

    (Source: duck7-motorsports)

  9. curtpnw:

    volvorine:

    Volvo rallye

    unlucky 940…

    that first shot is gold.

  10. (Source: alecwiens)

  11. milliardo-peacecraft:

lild415:

ericmolyneaux:

thatsubiegirl:

Jesus

O_O what front lip is that, can’t find any for my car. Really want those fogs to….and grill. UGH haha.

only thing i would change is the hood since it has a fmic now and get ganadors but still awesome looking car

couldnt tell what this was at first. dang.

    milliardo-peacecraft:

    lild415:

    ericmolyneaux:

    thatsubiegirl:

    Jesus

    O_O what front lip is that, can’t find any for my car. Really want those fogs to….and grill. UGH haha.

    only thing i would change is the hood since it has a fmic now and get ganadors but still awesome looking car

    couldnt tell what this was at first. dang.

  12. happinessbythespoops:

Via: Marcel Lech Photography

    happinessbythespoops:

    Via: Marcel Lech Photography

  13. classandcars:

downforcedominion:

classandcars:

downforcedominion:

tunedecu:

classandcars:

Constantly Variable Length Intake Runners.

Woa how does this work
naturallyaspirated
Basically longer intake runners are better for low rpm/tq, short are better for high rpm/hp.
As a cylinder’s intake valve closes after letting in air, the air stops abruptly and stacks on itself waiting for the valve to open again. The stacking makes a pressure wave that goes up the intake manifold, then back down to the valve again. If you can alter the intake runner length at any given rpm you can time the pressure wave reaching the valve as it opens again, forcing that little bit of extra air into the cylinder. Kinda the same concept as a expansion chamber exhaust for a 2 stroke motor. If im wrong about anything feel free to correct me.
As far as how it actually works, some sort of linkage or electric motor thats connected to the ecu maybe, idk that shits way above me.


I mean I was joking, I don’t think they actually had variable length runners in older racecars.. But I could be wrong. It just looks like the throttle plates or linkage or something are pushing the runner up out of the throttle body since it’s only doing it on one bank.

Nah man they totally had them in F1. Neat stuff. http://youtu.be/MRZW31F7McY

Interesting. The more you know.

    classandcars:

    downforcedominion:

    classandcars:

    downforcedominion:

    tunedecu:

    classandcars:

    Constantly Variable Length Intake Runners.

    Woa how does this work
    naturallyaspirated

    Basically longer intake runners are better for low rpm/tq, short are better for high rpm/hp.

    As a cylinder’s intake valve closes after letting in air, the air stops abruptly and stacks on itself waiting for the valve to open again. The stacking makes a pressure wave that goes up the intake manifold, then back down to the valve again. If you can alter the intake runner length at any given rpm you can time the pressure wave reaching the valve as it opens again, forcing that little bit of extra air into the cylinder. Kinda the same concept as a expansion chamber exhaust for a 2 stroke motor. If im wrong about anything feel free to correct me.


    As far as how it actually works, some sort of linkage or electric motor thats connected to the ecu maybe, idk that shits way above me.

    I mean I was joking, I don’t think they actually had variable length runners in older racecars.. But I could be wrong. It just looks like the throttle plates or linkage or something are pushing the runner up out of the throttle body since it’s only doing it on one bank.

    Nah man they totally had them in F1. Neat stuff. http://youtu.be/MRZW31F7McY

    Interesting. The more you know.

    (Source: amjayes)

  14. petrolified:

Jaguar E-Type from the monochrome collection. 

For the prints visit www.petrolified.com

    petrolified:

    Jaguar E-Type from the monochrome collection.

    For the prints visit www.petrolified.com