I had a black one that I bought new,it was my first new car! I really loved that car, I am a big guy and I had no problem being comfortable in that car. It used to go through front brakes, but maybe it was the way I drove it that made that happen. It didn't matter though, the front brakes were a breeze to change. I got hit on the passenger side by a Jeep and I drove away and the Jeep had to be towed. I put 140,000 miles on the car before I got rid of it. I am currently looking for a mint condition one and hope to find it and use it as my daily ride.
i think its 32 for the front and 34 for the back. That's on a front wheel drive 3 door hatch
I think these vehicles are just designed that way. My 1.8L 1988 Pulsar with manual 5 speed is about the same - just under 4000 rpm around 70MPH in 5th gear. I also noticed that the indicated speed is higher than actual by about 5-10 MPH. Just cruising with freeway traffic, my speedometer indicates 80 MPH when I know everyone is around 70.
i think, it is bright white<:))
i think its at the back of the engine block. In Australia in on the drivers side
I had mine replaced . I think it is in the front left corner near the driver side . It didn't help! If I let the fuel tank get close to empty, the car idles rough, and sometimes loses power for micro seconds, while going down the road. This usually happens when I'm on the freeway, at cruising speed, when my foot is only slihgtly on the throttle. The result is that the car bucks a lot. I think it gets water built up somehow .
The Crab Nebula, of which the Crab Pulsar is a part of, got its name in 1840 when the William Parsons, made a drawing of the nebula that he thought looked like a crab. Pretty simple if you think about it.
Follow the fuel line from the fuel tank to the engine and you will find the filter.
I think that depends if you have a check engine light on because of it. If the speed sensor is not working properly, the engine will not use gasoline as efficiently so there may be an emission problem
i think p220ns is much better than r1 ...
Becase They Think That The 350Z Was The The Future OF Nissan Was The Nissan 350Z So That's Why They Stop Making The Skylines
speed of light I think well it sounds right:)
well Mitsubishi eclipse is a fast car but I really think that Nissan 350z is faster.
none it reduces back pressure and most likely slows it down. but it will be loud and the stupid noise will make you think it is faster.
i think the speed of the marijuana effect?
I think its initial speed
I dont think there was an estimated speed but i think its been said that it could run fast
I think that's a pulsar.
0.50mm i think....
Nissan Figaro I think it is the 1991 Nissan Figaro. I found it on Wikipedia. you are wrong
it depends on what you think is more important. s2000 only has two seats, but is faster and lighter, and covertible, both can be upgraded for horsepower and speed. but s2000 has more potential. you choose. i have an s2000.
I think there speed is more than 1,000,000,000 m/h
60 litres i think
5 bolt i think
I think 7
You might think of a pulsar as very vaguely similar to a lighthouse. A pulsar is a small, rapidly spinning neutron star; flashing at a rate of 4 to 6 flashes per second, they are so precisely regular that when radio astronomers first discovered them, the astronomers couldn't imagine a natural explanation and named them "LGM signals" - for "little green men". They might be, the suggestion went, some form of interstellar navigational beacon.