Just hit 1,000 miles in my 2019 hatchback and that means it's time for a review.
First we will start off with the good.
-I am averaging about 28.5 MPG with mostly highway driving with the a/c on most of the time. I suspect the mileage will get even better as the engine...
The 2019 New York International Auto Show is over and this year it had a lot of spectacular car debuts, along with some long-awaited releases and 2019 Mazda CX-5 Diesel is one of them. 7 years after Mazda first promised an oil-burner for the US market, it's finally here.
This new crossover...
7.0 0-60 for the FWD and 7.2 for the AWD. They still called out the 2.5 though. Still looks like a car of the year contender.
Before you all tell me that Im losing power/sucking in hot air without a heatshield I know this and am making one.
Its also winter here so a bit of warm air wont hurt during the cold months.
After studying up on the CS and JBR SRI's I finally decided on the JBR unit as I liked their CNC MAF...
I recently installed a set of Eibach PRO-KIT Performance Springs (part# 5557.140) on my 2017 Mazda 3 sedan Touring.
TLDR: couldn't be happier, gladly recommend the upgrade to everyone (yes, even my grandma)
Installation: fairly easy, just a couple of common sockets and Allen...
Now that I have had my intake for a couple days I thought it would be nice to give a quick review first on the pros and cons of it, along with extensive diving into the specific parts most of us care about. With pictures too of course! So without further ado, here we go:
Hey! For anyone interested buying these pedals I would like to share with you my short experience with these:
Yes! They look good! But here are some important things to consider before buying or after installing them:
1- Depending on the seller (bought on eBay) some pedal covers might...
I am not familiar with Stoptech and Centric and EBC reviews seem inconsistent.
Got these because local Lordco has them, and is listed on Carid so seem legit enough.
It works, quite grabby when cold, pedal effort linear when warmed up. Dust avg i would say.
I've been looking to upgrade the halogen projector headlights in my 2015 Mazda 3 i Touring for some time now. I was deciding between 1) plug and play HIDs, 2) retrofit HID (more hard core), and 3) plug and play LEDs. A combination of factors led to my choice of plug and play LEDs:
Its been 3 long years searching for a simple and proper drop in replacement for the Bose 60mm dash speakers. I've looked into multiple manufacturers like hybrid audio technologies, audible physics, and the usual brands that offer the smallest coaxials in the market.
One reason or another I...
I lowered my '14 s GT back in April of 2016 with Corksport/Koni Yellows. Two months later, I switched out the Corksports for H&R. While I liked the ride better on the H&R's, I felt the Yellows were too jarring and jolting. In December, I switched to BC Coilovers. Well, that was a mistake...the...
Just posting some quick thoughts on the Tein Springs with Koni FSDs.
Goal: A nice drop, that's very driveable in everyday life settings. It has to be comfortable, but must give me a decent drop.
Expectations: Before being lowered, I had read a few mix reviews on Tein Springs...
2017 Mazda 3 Sport GT 2.5L Premium, Auto, Soul Red
+ OEM mud guards, front floor liners, dod dash cam, oil based undercoating
I do not drive much and kept my last car (Toyota Celica GT) 14 years. I want to keep this one 14 years as well. This is the third year for this model, so any bugs...
I recently installed the CorkSport plyurethane motor mount. Should be comparable to any other 70A rear motor mount on the market. I wanted to share some thoughts for anyone considering the mod, and open the forum for any advice on reducing the vibrations.
My Vehicle: 2014 Mazda 3 NA 2.0L 6...