Quantcast
Search Results - Beyond.ca - Car Forums - Automotive Enthusiasts Community

Search:

Type: Posts; User: Mitsu3000gt

Page 1 of 551 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.46 seconds.

  1. Replies
    7,805
    Views
    357,154

    Personally I think everyone is just gone for the...

    Personally I think everyone is just gone for the long weekend so it's hard to get a good sense for something like that. This is a really common time to leave Calgary when the weather is pretty much...
  2. Wow that's brutal, sorry man. I'd be pissed. ...

    Wow that's brutal, sorry man. I'd be pissed.

    I guess it's time for another conversation with the dealership - the body shop probably just did what they were told. Or just trade it in already...
  3. Replies
    1,098
    Views
    58,301

    I think when people were being told to go back to...

    I think when people were being told to go back to work "or else" and masks weren't mandatory, they should be providing them. Now that masks will be mandatory I think it should be up to employees to...
  4. Replies
    362
    Views
    19,681

    On WiFi my ping is 1ms and jitter is 1ms as...

    On WiFi my ping is 1ms and jitter is 1ms as reported by Speedtest.net. Wired the ping drops to zero usually.
  5. Replies
    362
    Views
    19,681

    I agree, they should be reporting 0-1ms.

    I agree, they should be reporting 0-1ms.
  6. Replies
    68
    Views
    2,508

    Yup those are fine as long as it covers your...

    Yup those are fine as long as it covers your mouth/nose. There are basically no criteria other than that.
  7. ~$125K with all the tech options, that actually...

    ~$125K with all the tech options, that actually seems like a relative bargain. If you go nuts with visual packages and carbon ceramic brakes though that changes in a hurry. Best looking wagon out...
  8. Replies
    73
    Views
    8,461

    I don't think you will get many more rock chips,...

    I don't think you will get many more rock chips, if any, in the summer in a week's time. Could always buy some touch up paint too and fix anything you need to before giving it to another shop for a...
  9. Replies
    5
    Views
    189

    I don't think you need more power. That receiver...

    I don't think you need more power. That receiver has a good amp section and the RF82's are an efficient speaker (~150W).

    First and foremost, calibrate your system if you have not done so...
  10. Replies
    73
    Views
    8,461

    Does it not bother you that they were first...

    Does it not bother you that they were first willing to completely screw you and have you overpay by a factor of 3-4 for the work, and only after you threaten to leave does the price magically come...
  11. Replies
    109
    Views
    9,122

    Too small to notice. For us, it blends in with...

    Too small to notice. For us, it blends in with the slight fluctuations of the overall energy use month-to-month and is impossible to tell. Our A/C is running a fair bit, several hours per day for...
  12. Replies
    109
    Views
    9,122

    I used Caloris and he was awesome. Apparently he...

    I used Caloris and he was awesome. Apparently he does all the work for my builder. $4650 installed for a Lennox Elite 3ton for ~2500 sqft total living space.

    FWIW he won't install Carrier...
  13. Replies
    73
    Views
    8,461

    That is about 3-4 times what a hood wrap should...

    That is about 3-4 times what a hood wrap should cost. Dealerships are typically the worst possible places to get PPE done - take it to a third party shop. You can get partial hood, bumper, and...
  14. Costco sells them for $199, they are re-branded...

    Costco sells them for $199, they are re-branded "Phantom" but they are literally Tuxmats but cheaper and with Costco warranty. You just plug in your car on their website through the "Request...
  15. Replies
    63
    Views
    1,708

    My parents have a 2019 CR-V EX, my boss has a...

    My parents have a 2019 CR-V EX, my boss has a 2018 CR-V EX-L, and two of my good friends have 2018/19 CR-V LX's. Like you, they just drove the competition and decided they liked it best. None of...
  16. Not that I've seen - above 2.0-2.5Ah, the...

    Not that I've seen - above 2.0-2.5Ah, the batteries get too large/heavy for any smaller hand tools, so they are more suited for mowers/chainsaws/blowers/trimmers/etc. The smaller tools seem much...
  17. Max coverage --> Phantom/Tuxmat Max durability...

    Max coverage --> Phantom/Tuxmat

    Max durability --> Husky / Weather Tech (Husky is a bit better IMO).

    Personally I go for coverage, but everyone has different priorities. They are also cheap...
  18. Well yeah, if you want to use multiple batteries...

    Well yeah, if you want to use multiple batteries you can get similar power to the higher voltage systems. Dewalt, Mastercraft, Ryobi etc. all make 18V yard tools too. The higher voltage systems do...
  19. I have a similar yard to you, not much grass in...

    I have a similar yard to you, not much grass in the back yard but maybe a bit more grass with the front yard. I'd go at least 40V, the 18V kits have such little power if your lawn ever gets really...
  20. Best I have found are the Phantom mats from...

    Best I have found are the Phantom mats from Costco (they are re-branded Tuxmats). They cover a lot more than the most expensive laser scanned Weather Techs, at least for the vehicles I have checked....
  21. Replies
    134
    Views
    14,912

    Sticky: What you're doing is much more impressive - I...

    What you're doing is much more impressive - I just use the crop tool in Photoshop :rofl: Great pics by the way.

    On the topic of ultra high resolution, I've been using Topaz Gigapixel to up-res my...
  22. Replies
    134
    Views
    14,912

    Sticky: I've always liked the ultra wide aspect stuff. ...

    I've always liked the ultra wide aspect stuff. Most of the prints I make are cropped 2:1 or close to it, for some reason it just looks better on a lot of photos, particularly landscapes.
  23. Replies
    7,805
    Views
    357,154

    I guess we'll see come August. You have a great...

    I guess we'll see come August. You have a great attitude towards it, but I will be surprised if the majority of those people currently refusing to wear masks do a complete 180 on August 1. This is...
  24. Replies
    7,805
    Views
    357,154

    I think you are probably correct, which does not...

    I think you are probably correct, which does not bode well for the climbing infection rates. Not sure how much worse it has to get before they shut things down again. I suspect they will see how...
  25. Replies
    430
    Views
    18,968

    That is some nice improvement, huge difference -...

    That is some nice improvement, huge difference - well done.

    I just had a bunch of new sod put in and it is proving quite difficult trying to get them to grow "together" and get rid of the gaps.
  26. Replies
    7,805
    Views
    357,154

    I see your point, but it will be a 'rule'...

    I see your point, but it will be a 'rule' effective August 1 to the best of my understanding. Enforcement, regardless of who is responsible for that, is going to be the issue I think. I don't see...
  27. Replies
    7,805
    Views
    357,154

    We are all referring to the Aug 1 mask...

    We are all referring to the Aug 1 mask implementation (that has been my understanding, anyway), but if you're referring to me, I just made a joke about pulling CPS off radar duty. I sincerely doubt...
  28. Replies
    44
    Views
    1,899

    Do many people still watch the news? I haven't...

    Do many people still watch the news? I haven't in 10+ years and I don't have cable anyway. Mostly it's just depressing, or heavily sensationalized and taken out of context, because that's what gets...
  29. Replies
    60
    Views
    1,730

    I find on the city's website they just stop...

    I find on the city's website they just stop updating things once they go past the expected end date. I haven't looked in a while, but well into 2020 they left "Fall 2019" as the completion date on...
  30. Replies
    7,805
    Views
    357,154

    If you look at cars on the street, you will see...

    If you look at cars on the street, you will see tons of people have masks hanging from their rear-view mirrors that are for sure getting reused multiple times and handled multiple times without...
  31. Replies
    68
    Views
    2,508

    None of the masks people are wearing are 100%,...

    None of the masks people are wearing are 100%, they just help stop the bigger droplets if you cough, sneeze, or spit while you talk. If a little bit does get out, the viral load will be less than if...
  32. Replies
    60
    Views
    1,730

    I'm pretty excited for that actually, especially...

    I'm pretty excited for that actually, especially in combination with the SW ring road completion. I'm hoping either it won't be too busy OR it will take a load off Deerfoot Meadows.
  33. Replies
    7,805
    Views
    357,154

    Yup. I honestly don't know how anyone can think...

    Yup. I honestly don't know how anyone can think there is any other option if they want to reduce cases. The public is largely to blame for their inability (or lack of desire) to follow simple...
  34. Replies
    68
    Views
    2,508

    The valved masks are better than nothing but...

    The valved masks are better than nothing but technically not great because some of your breath will still exit unfiltered through the valves. They just aren't designed for this - they are for...
  35. Replies
    60
    Views
    1,730

    I used to live in Braeside which is very close to...

    I used to live in Braeside which is very close to that area and fiber was never available. Not sure if Pump Hill or the neighborhoods immediately beside it saw any benefit.

    Also, that area is...
  36. I had to hide under a gas station awning...

    I had to hide under a gas station awning yesterday on my way home, ended up only hailing for about 30 seconds but I didn't move until it fully passed. 16th ave are got a pretty big "second wave"...
  37. Replies
    7,805
    Views
    357,154

    Haha the ByLaw officers don't seem to...

    Haha the ByLaw officers don't seem to aggressively enforce anything, including much more lucrative things like smoking too close to building doors where they could just park anywhere downtown and...
  38. The problem is everyone's experiences (including...

    The problem is everyone's experiences (including mine) are small sample sizes and anecdotal. For every horror story there is also a guy who has 300,000kms and no issues. Also keep in mind people...
  39. It seemed to when I looked at it, unless I am...

    It seemed to when I looked at it, unless I am somehow reading it wrong which is certainly a possibility.
  40. Replies
    7,805
    Views
    357,154

    That is the issue though - exceptions in some of...

    That is the issue though - exceptions in some of the highest transmission areas. If they were truly worried, they would close restaurants/gyms/schools again but they aren't, so it seems like mostly...
Results 1 to 40 of 22031
Page 1 of 551 1 2 3 4