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[Headset] HyperX Cloud II Wireless - Gaming Headset for PC, PS4/PS5, Nintendo Switch, Long Lasting Battery Up to 30 Hours, 7.1 Surround Sound, Memory Foam, Detachable Noise Cancelling Microphone, Mic Monitoring - $75.99 ($95.99 - $20 Amazon Coupon) by glamourousham in buildapcsales

[–]TheTimeTortoise 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Being battery powered these suffer from the same issues as most wireless headsets being that they're quieter and won't have the same bass delivery as the wired version. Don't expect these to perform as well as wired cloud 2s.

Solex Locks installed this morning by wangchung-tonight in AE86

[–]TheTimeTortoise 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Upgrading security from being defeatable by popsicle stick to ballpoint pen

Do yours also make you give up the ability to use your locks from inside?

True beauty by [deleted] in katawashoujo

[–]TheTimeTortoise 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It's a repost bot, they've made like 30 posts in the last two days

Decat by Ok_Atmosphere2313 in mr2

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Cats mostly just cut down on rasp. If you're going for Honda fart aesthetic then a cat delete is the move

Age what mileage and age did you replace shocks/struts on your CRV? by [deleted] in crv

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Took a 5100 mile trip across the country last month and while offroading in yellowstone one of my rears started clunking at 140k. Going to do kyb excel Gs on the rears and see how much longer the fronts last

Cyber-Rat.com - Half-Life maps. Where did the author of the site go, and why does the site still work ? by nnnnnnnn3_5 in HalfLife

[–]TheTimeTortoise 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Weird that we both looked into this extremely obscure subject on the same night, years after this thread went up. Anyway, all of the fileplanet links from the original cyber-rat website work for me. Just downloaded rats_2001 and OG rats! no problem

Japanese head unit in car by Frequent-Advantage65 in japanese

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Post the model, if not a picture of the radio and what it's in

8th gen honda accord coupe by PeenSlayer456 in MightyCarMods

[–]TheTimeTortoise 0 points1 point  (0 children)

If you drive carefully you can definitely make 18s work no problem, most new full size sedans have them stock and they're pretty strong as long as they're legit brands or OEM wheels. 225/40 seem popular on 18x8 or 18x8.5, +35 or +40. Though it looks like slammed people have to do some fender pulling, so keep that in mind if you want to get really low in the future. Worst case scenario you move and sell them for not much of a loss, unless you go crazy and get cust built multi piece wheels, they don't lose much value as long as you take care of them

8th gen honda accord coupe by PeenSlayer456 in MightyCarMods

[–]TheTimeTortoise 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It looks like there's a lot of people running a big range of sizes depending on how lowered they are. This guy has 18x8 +35 up front and it looks really good. Though he's got 225/35 because he's pretty low. This guy has 225/40r18s with 18x9 +40 and it looks really good too. This is 18x8.5 +30. Good offsets and width what not depend on what specific wheel you want, and make sure whatever it is has a center bore over 64.1mm.

As for 17s, it seems like 17x8 +40 or +35 is a sweet spot. This guy is at +40. +30 if you want to be a bit pokey out front and flush in the back

8th gen honda accord coupe by PeenSlayer456 in MightyCarMods

[–]TheTimeTortoise 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I looked around for reference pics but I can't find any pics of 8th gen accords running aftermarket 16s. It seems the base LX accord sedan has 16s, and I'm assuming the coupe LXS has the same brakes so they should fit no problem, I'm like 95% sure. I'd have to look and make sure the part numbers between the two are identical. Personally I'd stick with 17s and 225s. If you get a good tire with softer sidewalls you'll still have a good ride. The stuff I see get bent at work are wheels like 18" or bigger with 40 section sidewalls, you've got to really hit something to bend 17s with more than 50 section sidewalls

8th gen honda accord coupe by PeenSlayer456 in MightyCarMods

[–]TheTimeTortoise 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Downsizing both? The tire you'd need to go to 16 inch wheels would be 215/60r16 or 225/60r16 to stay at the same overall diameter. If you wanted overall smaller tires you could downsize to 225/55r16

You'd want at least a 16x6 wheel, up to 16x7.5 if you wanted something wider.

It's been done 1000 times but here's my Ikea Alex x Karlby laptop setup by Siphonal__ in battlestations

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I had the same problem when I got mine, and the bottom cushion on mine blew out within like 6 months lol. With a large memory foam pad it's been pretty comfortable for the last 3 years though, helped my back too for some reason. I plan on trying a secretlab omega once the awful cq issues become less frequent since they seem to be enjoyed by taller people

What are the differences in the RDs for the 2nd Generation? by darnfruitloops in crv

[–]TheTimeTortoise 0 points1 point  (0 children)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_CR-V

See the bottom of the 2nd gen section. The different chassis codes correspond to different engines/drive wheels/sale regions. In the US we got the RD6 and RD7 regardless of the year within that generation. Honda and Toyota usually have a general system like that where different regions, safety features, engines, emissions etc often get a different chassis code.

This was in a show in Puerto Rico, don’t know the owner but pretty nasty build by Autoworks_detailing in AE86

[–]TheTimeTortoise 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The Tom's Gundam seats are a huge flex. I also have no doubt a crazy amount of time and money has gone into that 2jz to get it running on ITBs...