I've been a lurker for years and have sifted through some excellent material on a variety of subjects.
They say the ol' 80/20 rule applies to a lot of things in nature, in this case, online forums.
20% of the people post content and 80% are scooping it up.
Much of the content here in this forum is GOLDEN and it spans for many crucial years (applicable to many of our cars that are still proving themselves on the road).
It is a learning curve with every forum to effectively navigate (but if there is good, applicable content, they will come).
The strength of VR6OC.com is that it is VAST and DEEP in terms of subject matter and content.
One question I've always wondered about is "with new tires, do old cars go faster?".
Meaning, some of the tire recommendations for our older vehicles, whist perhaps on-point at the time, are probably now obsolete.
Maybe we could start a thread of parts to swap out in our cars, replacing them with better ones for this day and age.
I'd bet that tires have given our cars a huge advantage over the years or a disadvantage if we are not using the proper silica compounds 'for the times'.
Took the VR6 out for a stretch earlier today.
Such a wonderful drive, reminded of why we drive what we do.
Who else can say they own a vehicle that enables you to play an instrument and drive at the same time?
MMMM,, RAAA, MMMM, RAAA.... ha ha!!!