I used noico 80 and second skin mega zorbe, and It made quite a big difference but I haven't touched the floor yet. I did all the doors plus the trunk.
I would avoid the headliner, there's too much risk ruining it.
That doesn't really help, I know how dip sticks work.
What I'm asking is how thick is the oil supposed to be to tell where it is on this stick? I have oil going up to the top mark but it's pretty thin.
Is my oil low or not? I've never had an oil stick this terrible. The the oil pools near the bottom, but there is a little oil that goes all the way to the top.
Sorry for the blurryness, it refused to focus on it.
I'm just jumping in to say I have had no oil dilution problems in my SI in Florida since I got it two years ago. I have no worries about reliability.
My car has been fantastic other than a few rattles I've fixed. Though I do avoid automatics of any type when I can.
I've also started adding sound insulation.
If you can I recommend getting leather on the armrests.
It comes with vinyl there by default, which is still a big upgrade from the terrible cloth. But the leather feels nicer.
It makes the car feel much more premium, I hated the terrible cloth in these cars.
Though I would say that not all of it is leather, some side pieces are vinyl, you may prefer to ask how much 100% leather would be. But even my vinyl areas are a huge upgrade from the cloth.
They are full seat material replacements. I had a auto trim shop do mine for 1500. You should be able to find dealers on Katzkin's site.
Definitely worth it, the leather upgrade has been my favorite upgrade on my car by far.
No, you could kill someone with your stupidity. You're just a kid so you don't understand, but maybe if you grow up you will see how reckless you were.
I speed all the time, but I don't go double the damn speed limit. And no I've never raced on the streets, I'm not an idiot. does a kid with...