I bought a ton of maintenance parts: front shocks, rear rotors/brakes, bushings, control arm. Going to see Jimmy on Friday.
I'm hoping mine will last another 3-5 years. That rust is spreading though
I'll drive my 2011 into the ground, still got some plans for her.
My 2011 has 64 000km on it I'll be around for a while yet.
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I'm only on my 6th daily driven Mazda 3, and 9th total.
Current: 2012 Mazdaspeed3 Tech CWP
Mods to Date:
Custom Halo headlights, DRL delete, Kenwood DNX890HD, Kenwood KFC-3009 x2(12"), Kenwood 1800Watt Amp, LED interior lights, LED switchbacks, LED fogs.
Previous:2012 Mazda 3 Sky-GS in CWP, 2012 16W Mazda 3 GT Hatch SOLD, 2010 CWP Mazda 3 GT Hatchback SOLD, 2009 Metropolitan Grey Mazda 3 GT Hatch SOLD, 2007 Carbon Grey Mica Mazda 3 GS Hatch SOLD
I'm on my second. No plans to offload it anytime soon.
There should be a new thread "Who still owns a Mazda3 "
Just bought new coils, AWR rmm and brand new front and rear drilled, slotted black rotors and pads. Gonna look fresh as the fresh prince.
Anybody know if removing the stock brake dust shield for the car is that harmful? Mine look like garbage and I want to replace them but replacements are like $200 brand new and there is no way in hell I am paying that.
- 2010 Mazdaspeed 3 Black Mica -
- Cobb AP - Self Tuned - cpe HPFP - cpe DP - CS 3" SRI - cpe TMIC - Forge BPVv2 - Grimmspeed EBCS - Denso ITV22 -
- SouthBend Stage 3 Daily Clutch - cpe RMM - CS TMM Insert - TWM SB - CS SSP & SW - CS RSB & Mid Chassis Brace -
- CS Brake Pads - Michelin Pilot Super Sport - CS Boost Tubes - CS Fog, DRL and Interior LEDs - Horns - Grounds - 20% Tint -
God I hope these taste the same
But at the same time - I'm hoping they don't ... or it's bye bye diet...
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Just ordered a Autel TS401 TPMS reader...I have Techstream already for programming the Lexus, but needed something to grab sensor id's when I swap winter to summer. Will be handy going forward to be able to grab sensor id's and if the vehicle has re-learn procedures it will at least guide through that. The ones that program themselves are like 4-5 times the price :|
wife picked up a table from a lady in town. got to talking to her. some how got on the topic of video games. she showed me what he son had, sadly found out he passed away in sept from an accidental drug overdose. he was 22 and she knew nothing about it but wanted to start clearing up his stuff.. so i got a white ps4 with 3 games and a controller for $100. she also had an xbox 360 and a ps2. even though i had ps2 games. i was tryign to sell them. but. because of the steal she gave me on the ps4 i sold her ps2 and so far some of the xbox games. she didnt seem to know much about it all but wouldnt let me give her more. figured it was the least i could do.
Halo 4, Halo Combat Evolved (Anni Edition) and MW3 for Xbox 360
For $25 bucks.
2007 Mazda 3 GS sedan - Arctic White / Tan cloth
Toyota's seem to need to be programmed into the ecu from what I've seen, you can't do an on-vehicle re-learn sadly. I bought a mini VCI from china that came with a copy of an older version of techstream.