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GM used an inline 5 in their midsized trucks from 2002-2009
Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon, Isuzu dmax and hummer h3 to be specific also the years are 2003-2012. Source: own 2011 GMC Canyon
Oh, I thought they killed in 09, that's what I get for going off memory and not double checking.
How do you like the I5. I never knew anyone who bought one.
I'm really liking it! I've got the larger of the 2 I5's (there was a 3.5 and a 3.7) and honestly 240+HP in a truck that weighs like 3000 lbs is pretty good but a little lacking in the torque department. They make a unique exhaust note and are pretty happy reving things. I will say thou they are totally inadequate for the hummer H3, it is just so anemic for a 4200lb+ SUV (even more if you got the H3t) I don't know how anyone at GM approved that.
she saw a guy with a much bigger cock and left me
This will happen!
❤️ u Mr regular
I actually kinda like the rims....
Looks perfect! As long as you're a drunk trailer park supervisor who rolls around with a shirtless drunk male prostitute of course...
Rip John :'(
You're a bad electrician then. I get one maybeee once a year
In my defense I work mostly Reno's ATM and go around fixing other electricians work from like 40 years ago. But Ya I'll be honest i should really really use my tic more lol
Yeah man! Be careful out there!
You too man!
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Wow! I'm from Vernon. I came here to talk about the rippers too lol
No way I'm from salmon arm! Small world guys
Wait what do you get when you get Reddit gold??
The final boss of redneck cars, a lifted offroad iroc Camero....
30,000$ in 1987 would be about 67,000$ today, for a 300HP car. Makes the new Civic typeR look like a good deal.
I mean I'd rather have a brand new GNX than a new Type R. A GN just has so much personality that new cars just for the most part don't have
Since I'm relatively young and never had older cars I don't understand this sentiment. What exactly do you mean by personality?
When you look at a older car you can tell that somebody drew the design and put there heart and soul into it, it was a reflection of themself. Most new cars are designed with computers to be the most areodynamic and efficient which is great objectively but subjectively they are missing that human touch. Look at say a mid 60s Lincoln Continental or like a 1959 Pontiac Bonneville and compare that the modern equivalents, the old cars have just such a presence that the new ones don't have. Even economy cars used to have character, compare a old Chevy II to a modern Chevy Cruze. The Cruze is objectively better, it has better HP, MPG, reliability, etc. But it grab your attention like the old Chevy II does. Hope that kinda makes sense, I'm rambling now lol
Love my 3.7L GMC Canyon, damn good sound
2004 Cavalier v4 16 year’s old
2004 Mustang v6 18 years old
2018 Challenger ScatPack 19 years old
Life is good
That’s how I started
I hate to be that guy but It's a I4 not a V4
Are We are all ignoring the fact that the women to the right of him looks like Chris Angle!
Not really a car, but my 2011 GMC Canyon. love that little odd ball truck!
Low rider cars.
The ones that can't even go over speed bumps have me shaking my head.
You know actual low riders are on hydrolics and can become instantly as tall as a truck with a flick of a switch?
Is that a canyon or a sierra? I seriously can't tell. Great job GMC for making their under sized under powered shitbox truck look just like the full sized one.
Underpowered? The V6 Canyon makes 300+ Hp, that's fuckin impressive if you ask me
I guess this doesn't seem like a big deal now, but back in 2001 I flew from Australia to America to hook up with a girl I met online. We'd been chatting for what seemed like forever online and decided to meet up. I took out a loan from my step father (I was 17 at the time) and flew over to Texas. Stayed there 2 months. Lost my virginity the first night.
Edit: it turned into a 2 year relationship. Totally worth it.
In a bush, at a bush party in the middle of buttfuck no where, with 300 other teens having a bonfire about 20 feet away. No regrets
Oh I think it comes in men enough for all of us.
So after having the TPMS sensors replaced I get a 'low tire' warning even thou all my tires are at exactly 35psi. Anyone know how to calibrate them or experienced something similar?