E140: The GOAT of Influenza

We are back for episode 140! We’re sorry it’s a day late, long story.
We start off this episode with talking about the maintenance/service work we’ve done to Mitch’s Hilux (which is why this episode is late).
Matt and Joseph then talk about their recent experience at VR Motorsport, who are an epic mob in south-east Queensland.
We then kick into a bit of news about Holden dealers being pissed off with General Motors, and Matt gets political.
Matt then talks about Rob Dahm’s all-wheel-drive turbo 4-rotor RX7 finally getting onto the dyno, and BMW releasing a manual option for the 4-banger turbo Z4.
We then talk about how the Toyota LandCruiser is the vehicle that is most likely to reach 300,000Km.
Then Matt has a rant about being sick and tired over the rivalry between Toyota and Nissan, and the incredible increase in values of Japanese cars.
Matt then brings up the BMW i4 electric touring/sedan, which has us argue about electric cars (as per usual), then talks about the Y62 Nissan Patrol and how his stance on them has changed after giving one a spin.
Joseph then talks about getting the ‘Traction Mod’ installed onto his GT86, and he says it’s made a huge difference already; then Matt cuts him off and talks about the new Hummer and an absolute abortion called the ACE ‘Yewt’, as well as a few other electric vehicles before Joseph gets back onto talking about the Traction Mod.
Mitch then talks about some more Hardrace parts he’s got for the Integra (#Shitegra).

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