That's a pretty dang cool resource. I will say I didn't expect there to be so many Wranglers in the UK.I saw a TJ yesterday. RHD ones were sold in the UK and are an occasional sight, but they held their values quite well. Most Wranglers today are JKs. One thing about the UK is you can go on howmanyleft.co.uk and see the number registered. It says 6080 Wranglers of all ages were on in use in Q1 2020. Of which roughly 1800 would be TJs. I don't think this includes old Willys jeeps, but I know where someone has one so they are out there.
With the real Defender having ran its course, The Jimny waiting list being insane (and it's about to be dropped anyway), and the Land Cruiser having long turned into a Range Rover, The Wrangler is the last small 4x4 left that is actually usable off road and not a crossover.
nice (in case thats the actual rig you get to touch, as thats a good stack of cash rolling on 10 wheels)I'm in training to get my CDL and our trucks are fairly big too.
Given that the engine bay of the RS is not pretty, I decided to add a few things to make it look a bit more unique.
You can also spot my latest addition, a Radium Engineering dual Catch-Can System.
The quality is insane and I love how discreet it is.
Nice piece of kit indeed.Those are nice cans. They are similar to the dual Moroso cans I have in my STi. Where did you route the drain?
Wait, a 70 plate? They issuing those already?I went to the Honda shop to buy a Honda.
1. The E is a lot bigger than it looks, it actually dwarfs a 2004 Civic.
2. I have no idea how they do their gearbox linkages. It feels like a direct connection to the gearbox even though it isn't because they're FWD.
Honda E is not FWD, it's RWD.
Since there is no shaft and the motor is fairly compact the RWD configuration is not taking away user space.
And it allows better turning radius which is really beneficial for city-oriented cars.
Unless you mean other Honda.
At least in my City there are fairly standard steel cables going under the middle console.
Only fifth gear requires some force, the rest is really smooth.
But I rarely use it in city driving so no problem.