Nice! I think it'd sound better with that cigarette lighter sound thing that you and Blaro tested ages ago though.A couple of (poor quality) low light interior pics:
And a quick 2-3-4 pull in an attempt to capture what the engine sounds like. I'll try to get a better quality video when my dashcam arrives.
In general, the car is virtually silent. Although the engine is muted and below, say, 3500 you don't really hear it much at all, road and wind noise is filtered out so well that virtually all you hear is the muted engine sound. It's a supreme tourer.
The following model year came with a three-spoke but, honestly, I prefer the four-spoke that I have, even though I usually favor three. This was one of several reasons why I was looking an 04-06 car, rather than an 07-08 Type S.Lovely sound! Any three-spoke steering wheels available for it?
I think the legal three second rule is ridiculous, as is blatantly blowing past the sign without slowing down. I go into neutral and coast to a stop and then just keep going if it is safe to do so; never had a problem but then again I pay more attention than most. I've been accused of running stop signs on here before thoughBtw, i'd probably lost my license in US, cause rollin thru stopsigns is my favorite felony.
I think the legal three second rule is ridiculous, as is blatantly blowing past the sign without slowing down. I go into neutral and coast to a stop and then just keep going if it is safe to do so; never had a problem but then again I pay more attention than most. I've been accused of running stop signs on here before though
Just looked it up for MA:Most places in the US don't have a three second rule; you only have to come to a complete stop before setting off again if it is clear.
MA does not have a three second law. I've been lied toExcept when directed to proceed by a police officer, every driver of a vehicle approaching a stop sign or a flashing red signal indication shall stop at a clearly marked stop line, but if none, before entering the crosswalk on the near side of the intersection, or, if none, then at the point nearest the intersecting roadway where the driver has a view of approaching traffic on the intersecting roadway before entering it. After having stopped, the driver shall yield the right of way to any vehicle in the intersection or approaching on another roadway so closely as to constitute an immediate hazard during the time when such driver is moving across or within the intersection or junction of roadways.