Looks very much like a "cafe racered" MV Brutale.
They are for removing broken bolts :)
The spacer that sits between the wheel hub and sprocket carrier looks like this with the smaller diameter half sitting inside the inner race of...
Yes it should spin. If it spun before you removed the wheel to fit the tyre then it can't be seized wheel bearings (and seized wheel bearings...
Oxygen sensors have a finite life, and you can't really clean them effectively as the sensing element is buried within the stainless shroud.
More of an assless chaps man yourself?
Because they like to stand out as an individual by doing the exact same stupid mods that loads of other people do. See also "sheep mentality".
The 1.4L petrol was the smallest engine in the 8th and 9th gen Civic. Civics are not cheap to insure in general; a 1.4 Civic is insurance group...
Hated by drivers for going too slow anywhere apart from in heavy traffic (or through red lights), hated by pedestrians for going far too fast/too...
Stealth ninja cyclists. They only show up clearly when spread thinly across the front of a brightly coloured HGV.
This. Anyone that says they've never seen unpainted steel inside a car hasn't been looking very hard e.g. most of the structure under dashboards...
LEDs have been done, though not seen RGB ones.
Can never have too much power.
The reason chargers want to see a minimum voltage before they start charging is simply down to polarity protection.
Mine came from the factory with the fans
Silicone will not damage rubber. Mineral oils and greases will.
A 1980's synthesizer with a pitch bender should do the trick.
It's looks like a fastback Lambo LM002. It's not pretty, but it's silly enough that I quite like it.
Owners manual Page 3-103
This warning light illuminates:
• When there is a malfunction with the Petrol Particulate Filter (GPF) system.
Also one company requiring it is not "most".
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