Comedian

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About Comedian

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    Sean
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  • Lexus Model
    RC-F Metal
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    2015
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    Lincolnshire
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  1. Comedian

    What Makes a Premium Car these days?

    Sorry to hear that Linas. I can see the attraction of driving a cat N. Park anywhere, drive with no concern for stone chips and other damage. Ahhhh psychological relief. I'm with you anyway, nothing for me in the lexus range beyond rcf. BUT I do think they are good cars. It's just if getting a hybrid I'd save cash and buy a toyota or kia. You could get a 2012 is250 v6 with low miles quite cheap now I'd think. Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  2. Martin is correct. My bike goes through with illegal plate every year, however if you don't have a reflector....instant fail. They will also pass a bike with none type approved exhausts. No emissions testing for bikes so can also decat them. Is that legal? Not sure but it passes mot. I removed by plate holder and screwed plate onto the plate holder holes using self tappers. Plate is angled down nicely. Passed mot no problem. Looks factory. Been through 1 scamera van and got no ticket but no idea if it worked or I was under his limit. Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  3. MR2 mk2 - love 'em. That's the one you smoothed all the joins? Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  4. Lier. :D Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  5. Comedian

    RC300h Comparison Test

    Someone needs to draw this
  6. Pressure changes due to temperature, altitude etc, that's why you set them when 'cold'. Just driving along sedately will see a 0.3 bar rise from heat generated by sidewall flex. Note cold pressure is your local cold pressure - ie if your climate is 37 degrees you will have less air molecules in your tyre 'cold' than someone in a 15 degree climate showing same gauge pressure. Remember when your gauge shows zero there is 14.7psi at sea level already - so correct term is gauge pressure rather than just pressure. So when it's cold ie winter you check tyre pressure and it's down, not because you have a leak. The air has less energy and therefore pushing on the inside of the tyre less. So more air in winter to achieve same pressure as summer.
  7. You lose pressure through the rubber. Sealing obviously helps. https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/89962/how-does-air-escape-from-a-pneumatic-tire Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  8. Comedian

    What Makes a Premium Car these days?

    Maybe a premium car is just the one above the level you can afford? Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  9. I can only say with motorbikes. So the noise is down the tester's discretion. Regards legality maybe removing a cat is not allowed (mot fail) but also with bike exhausts an mot tester will pass it as long as he can't see 'not for road use' or 'race use only' etc. But that still doesn't mean it's road legal. A clued up police orificer might look for appropriate compliance markings. So many bike exhausts are not 'technically' road legal but will pass an mot. Insurances don't really care either as long as you tell them it has aftermarket exhaust. Best way to find out is put it through an mot centre (ask them to do a pre-mot check) Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  10. When you revved it the camera person backed off hahahaha Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  11. It would be day trip. Did snake pass on bike last year, road was in very poor condition. Has it been fixed? Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  12. I'm waiting until nearer the time. I hate to commit and pull out - just need to be nearer the time to decide. Well done for your efforts so far. Not easy. Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  13. Comedian

    RC sat nav updates

    When I asked it was for is250 HDD system. For my RC I got an SD card off ebay for 60 quid. They come up from time to time. Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk
  14. Comedian

    RC sat nav updates

    149 quid last time I checked a couple of years ago. Even the latest is usually a bit out of date. Sent from my STV100-4 using Tapatalk