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    1. Today we have a Maserati driver revving his engine CRAZILY loud in a densely populated HDB area in Yishun. Unfortunately, it's not a one-off situation. Judging from the multiple video shots, it seems like the driver lives there. The revving is ridiculously LOUD, and it peaks right after the car picks up speed. Imagine hearing this repeatedly EVERY SINGLE TIME he drives his car! Sadly, there's no face to pin to this driver. Watch the video and I promise you'll find the noise pollution super annoying too. In the video of the car park, you can distinctly hear the piercing rumble of the Maserati's exhaust echo throughout the entire carpark. Yes, you have money to buy a Maserati, but do you need to be such a **** to the rest of the neighbours? Also, I'm sure you don't need to floor the accelerator to go around the carpark, right? I don't even live there and I'm crying. My heart goes out to all the Yishun peeps. So the big question - Do you think the driver modified the exhaust? Or its stock? Sounds modded to me. Modifications are cool, but not if you're causing a ruckus day and night.
    2. Deeq

      Making every moment easier

      Even as recently as the 1990s, online technology was seen as something of a novelty. And yet, in 2021, it's impossible to imagine life without such technology. Being 'online' has become an integral part of all our lives, and it's clear that human behaviour has been significantly impacted by our interaction with devices like our smartphones. Complex levels of technology and digital connectivity have also unsurprisingly made their way into our vehicles. Technology has of course made cars safer, faster, and more capable, but it has the ability to also transform our relationship with our vehicles. More than just a mode of transport, modern cars are able to make our lives better, easier and more convenient. Take the new Mercedes me connect, a suite of smart features and online services that has the ability to integrate seamlessly into your daily routines. Found on new models such as the new Mercedes-AMG GLB 35 4MATIC, Mercedes me connect extends connectivity beyond your vehicle, and into your smartphone and beyond. Here, we look at how digital connectivity features are fundamentally integrated into the digital ecosystem of our daily lives. Your digital relationship with your vehicle begins even before you set foot into the car. Getting started is simple - simply download the Mercedes me 2020 app (available on the Apple and Google Play Store), register an account, pair to an Meredes me connect-enabled car, and authenticate at Mercedes-Benz Center for access to the full suite of features. You can pull up key information about the status of your vehicle, including available range, lock status, tyre pressure, and brake fluid and coolant levels. Technology also allows you to activate a variety of functions and services even before you get to your car, including unlocking the car from afar. Worried that the cabin is going to be too hot? You can ventilate the car by remotely opening the windows sunroof. While you're waiting, you can also utilise the app's Send2Car functionality to plan out your journey. Simply open up the map on the app, search for your intended destination, and choose your preferred route. Once done, you can send the route information to the car, which will then be automatically queued up in the navigation system. One function that drivers in Singapore will find particularly useful is the app's ability to show you information about parking spaces, including real-time pricing and space availability. Inside the car, you can also take advantage of the what3words - it uses a 3x3m grid to allow you to search destinations on the map with pin-point accuracy. Wondering where to go? Mercedes me connect allows you to quickly search for restaurants and cafes from within the vehicle, with suggestions based on your location as well as Yelp reviews. When you do get to your destination, just because you are away from your vehicle doesn't mean that you no longer have any control. When you do step away, you can continue to monitor the status of your car. A useful feature like Valet Protect allows you to monitor your vehicle while its parked, with the app notifying if the ignition is turned on, or the car driven beyond a pre-determined geo-fenced radius. This provides you maximum security for your Mercedes-Benz during your absence, as you'll know if your vehicle is being driven without your authorisation. Can't remember where you parked your vehicle? Using the Parked Vehicle Locator, the app will show the location of the vehicle on the map and will suggest a walking route to your car from your current location. You can also use the app to flash the car's head lights, allowing you to spot it from afar. The app also gives you visibility of your vehicle even when you're not driving it. By using the Speed Alert feature, you can get the app to notify you when the car is driven above a defined speed limit. This can be especially useful when your son is out on a Friday night with his friends - he better not be speeding in your prized Mercedes-Benz! With the Geofencing function, you can also be notified when the car enters and leaves various user-defined zones. While perhaps not necessary when you're behind the wheel, it can be very useful for being sure that when your son says he's heading to Chomp Chomp for supper, he really is going to Chomp Chomp. And of course, technology also makes your life in the vehicle better. Beyond just the wealth of vehicle and driving-related functions, the MMC app can also be used to tailor different profiles for different users. You can add up to six co-users, meaning that each member of the family can have a different profile, which can adjust a range of car settings, including display styles, interior lighting, as well as favourite shortcuts for quick access. These personal vehicle settings can be individualised at any time on the Mercedes me portal. Let's be honest, no one likes the hassle of car maintenance. Remembering when your last oil change was, whether your tyres need to be changed, when the car is due for a full service, these are all things we much rather not think about. Thankfully, with modern technology, you no longer have to. The car can do all that for you, by keeping track of your maintenance schedule and vehicle mileage. It'll notify you when a service is due, and from the app you can very conveniently schedule a servicing appointment. When you do run into problems, whether its loss of tyre pressure, and engine warning light, or even a vehicle breakdown, assistance is one button away. By simply using the Me call button, you will be connected to the Mercedes-Benz Customer Care Center for assistance. In the unfortunate situation that you do get into accident and required immediate help in the case of an emergency, with the SOS emergency services, simply push the emergency call button and you will be directed to a call centre handling emergencies. With the advance of technology, our modern cars aren't just immensely more capable, they are also much more integrated into our digital lives. With Mercedes me connect, you gain access to a wealth of services that make your every moment seamlessly easier - not just in the car, but when you're away from the car as well. No matter what happens, you can depend on the knowledge that any assistance is just one click away. For customers that own Mercedes-Benz cars that do not come with Mercedes me connect from the factory, it can be retrofitted via a Mercedes me Adapter installed in the vehicle. The retrofit solution offers a selection of key features, including monitoring vehicle health, finding nearby parking or petrol stations, view statistics on trips made, and contact or book appointments at Mercedes-Benz Authorised Service Centers, among others. To find out more, you can check out www.mercedes-benz.com.sg/mercedesme or visit Mercedes-Benz Center for more information.
    3. Is it a myth to change engine oil every six months? Recently, I have received a message from my buddy and asking if it is a myth to change engine oil every six month? So some of you might be wondering, during this covid-19 period, my car mileage is not maximised until 10K, and do I still need to do an engine oil change? The dangers of not changing your oil Oil will break down over time due to high temperatures in the engine (known as thermal breakdown). Because of this, the oil isn’t capable of providing the necessary lubrication for metal parts after an extended period of use. Without lubrication, the moving joints in the engine will start rubbing against each other and cause premature wear. Oil also has a limited capacity on how much particulates it can hold. By not changing the oil, particles already in the oil will begin to settle and cause corrosion. One of the biggest dangers of not changing your oil is sludge buildup. Sludge occurs when old oil begins to gel or solidify in an engine. When sludge begins to build up, oil isn’t able to flow freely through the engine and can cause oil starvation to crankshafts, bearings, camshafts, and other valve train components not be lubricated. In time, this can cause major damage to the engine and, in the worst situations, require an engine replacement or rebuild. Choose Motul H-Tech 100 during this period! If you are one of the drivers who have a significant change in your lifestyle recently, you have been wfh more often, you can consider the Motul H-Tech 100 series. It comes in a lot of viscosity to suits your car requirement. And It provide excellent fuel-economy and engine protection. 5W30 Plus 0W-20 Plus 10W-40 10W-40 Plus 5W-30 Prime 5W-40 Plus 0W40 If you have been experiencing sluggish performance from your car lately, you can also consider Motul Engine Clean. Buy here.
    4. 15 Things You Should Wipe Down in Your House Every Day source: https://www.msn.com/en-sg/lifestyle/health/15-things-you-should-wipe-down-in-your-house-every-day/ss-BB125Pf3?li=AAAHvo5 Even before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, the truth is, we should have all been cleaning our homes more often—and more thoroughly—than we actually were. But now that we're being extra vigilant about protecting ourselves and our families from the coronavirus, it's more vital than ever to make sure that our homes stay as clean and virus-free as possible. And while we might be sweeping and dusting with regularity, we spoke to experts who stressed the importance of disinfecting your kitchen counters, door knobs, and a variety of other things they say you should wipe down every day. And remember: This everyday cleaning knowledge can help us well beyond the current chapter of uncertainty we find ourselves in. Once the world is back to a more secure place, we can take these lessons with us and make sure that our homes remain clean and safe on a daily basis. 1. Smartphone A month ago, you probably never considered cleaning your phone every day. But it's likely the one thing you touch more than anything else throughout the day. "If not wiped down with disinfectant, the handling of your iPhone after being in multiple places may counteract the benefits of handwashing," says Lucky Sekhon, MD, of Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York. Remember to wipe your phone down before and after calls, too. "Your mouth comes in close contact with the contaminated surface leading to an increased risk of transmission of contaminants," Sekhon says. For instructions on how to clean your phone, check out How Experts Say You Should Clean Your Phone to Stop Coronavirus Spread. 2. House keys "They're commonly put in your pants or jacket pocket and are touched every time you leave and return to your home—and possibly several times in between, while out doing errands," says Sekhon. So whenever you return home, scrub them down with a little disinfectant and leave them to dry by your door. 3. Eyeglasses If you wear glasses every day, you might not be aware of how often you're touching your face. "When adjusting your glasses, you often inadvertently touch your face and may be tempted to rub your eyes without washing your hands first," Sekhon says. "Droplets from a person's sneeze or cough could land on your glasses," she adds, so it's important to clean them throughout the day. 4. Door knobs and light switches These are some of the most commonly touched surfaces in your home. In fact, you probably touch them more than you think. "It is important to make a regular habit of disinfecting and wiping down all door knobs in the house, particularly those leading out and in through the front door of your home," says Sekhon. This goes for the light switches at the entrance of every room too—especially the ones by your front door. 5. Desk or work station "It is easy to forget the high risk of your desk getting contaminated from routinely placing items—smartphone, wallet, keys, etc.—on its surface," says Sekhon. That's why she recommends cleaning it daily—particularly now that you're likely working from home. Clear the surface of any items and use a multipurpose cleanser with a towel to prep it for the next day. To learn which other items you should give a daily scrubbing, check out 25 Things You Should Clean Every Day and How to Do It. 6. Communal electronics If you share electronics with family members, your spouse, or roommates, "it poses a significant risk of spreading germs/viral particles," Sekhon says. This includes everything from kitchen gadgets to gaming devices, tablets, and phones. While it might be unrealistic to clean all the electronics in your home on a daily basis, at least be mindful of when you're using something and if someone was using it before you or will be using it after you. 7. Remote controls Find yourself watching a lot of TV right now? No judgment here—we all are. But that means your remotes and other controllers are in desperate need of a good cleaning. Before you shut down for the night, try to remember to give them a quick wipe down with some kind of disinfectant. 8. Mail "Before you bring new packages and products into your house, wipe them down with some type of disinfectant," suggests Amy Vance, owner of EcoModern Concierge. "I would even consider doing this with just general mail as well." And once your mail and packages are inside, keep the mail area clean and uncluttered by wiping it down and recycling junk mail and empty boxes every night. For the tools that will keep your place sparkling, check out The 17 Best Cleaning Products for Keeping Your Home as Good as New. 9. Toilet handles Your toilet is a hot-bed of germs and nasty bacteria—and it's easy for them to multiply with repeated uses of your bathroom throughout the day. "We should be wiping down the toilet flush handles and buttons often," Vance says. Again, after you brush your teeth at night, wipe or spray the handles and give the outside of the toilet a quick cleanse. 10. Bathroom sink Your bathroom is the room where you go to get yourself clean, so you certainly want to make sure it's germ-free every day. "Give your bathroom sink and counters a quick wipe down after you brush your teeth," says professional organizer Tova Weinstock. "Keep some Clorox wipes next to your bathroom vanity for quick access." For more on COVID-19 cleaning tips, check out Is Coronavirus on My Clothes? Experts Weigh In. 11. Sink accessories You've already nailed the nightly sink-basin cleanse, but minimalism coach Rose Lounsbury suggests going the extra mile to ensure your sink area is as spotless as can be. "Those faucet handles are definite germ zones. And while you're at it, spritz down the pump on your soap dispenser," she says. You might not think about it, but your soap pump can hold onto all the contaminants from your unwashed hands. 12. Dining table "This is a place where food and hands meet, so you definitely want this to be germ-free," explains Lousbury. After each meal, use a simple multi-purpose cleaner to clear away crumbs, clean off the surface, and keep it free of bacteria and grime. This also ensures you won't pass on any germs to the next person who eats there. 13. Kitchen counter These days, you're probably using your kitchen counter several times a day, whether you're cooking meals or simply setting down the takeout food you just picked up. Weinstock suggests wiping your counter down each night to keep your kitchen germ free. "If there are dirty dishes that you can't get to before bed, leave them soaking in the sink overnight," she adds. They won't take up room on the counter, plus "they'll be way easier to clean in the morning." 14. Craft table/play area With your kids spending more time at home now, you're already doing your best to keep them clean and healthy. But you can't forget about the surfaces they use most often. When they're playing and crafting, you'll want to make sure their tables are clean and free of any germs. "Keep everyone healthy by giving their play surfaces a squirt of disinfectant daily," Lousbury advises. 15. Nightstands Your bedside table is more than likely the place where you put your phone every night before going to bed. It also may hold things like water bottles, hair ties, reading material, loose change, and more—all which have been exposed to germs at some point during the day. Besides, "this sacred space is close to your head all night, so leaving it clear and tidy will help you wake up on the right side of the bed and feel more in control," Weinstock adds. So clear away the clutter every day, and give it a good wipe down before you drift off to sleep.
    5. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/secondary-1-students-own-device-digital-learning-12498494 Haha the vendor/apple huat ah. Ipad obviously easiest for tablet since other tablets sure have some android or what not issue. Base laptop could be too expensive given u want something lightweight and portable for children. Or maybe a chromebook.
    6. Hello guys I'm planning to get my first 2nd hand car soon. I'm seriously a noob when it comes to buying cars. I'm pretty sure those car dealers can smell my 'noobness' when i go car shopping. To those pple here who have bought 2nd hand cars a couple of times, pls list your top 5 must ask questions to the dealer. I think many of us new to buying cars can use such questions to our benefit when we go car shopping. So please shoot away.
    7. Just sharing my own experience with Circles after reading an article on Stomp. For those who are on Circles.life, please check ur month billing after deductions. Been using Circles for nearing 2 years. Past few months I've had extra deductions for overseas data usage. Usually just negligible few cents that many people may not find worth the hassle to contact them for refund etc... For the overseas data charges, during those period I was indeed in Malaysia but data roaming already set to off and also using msia sim card. Contacted Circles.Life via the app chat and was refunded without much issues. Recently signed mum up with Circles as she was complaining Starhub bill ex and only 3GB data (on starhub old contract plan). Some hiccups with the initial signup but all was resolved. Monthly bill was $18 and would be $18 for the next 1 year. All was good until this month she told me this month her bill $38. Found it strange why $18. Never exceed also. Upon checking her app, noticed that the unlimited data setting was turned on hence the extra $20. Contacted circles via the app again and was told we'll receive the rebate in the next billing. shall see. Just read this news on stomp also seems like not a one off. For my mum's case, it was automatically set to ON for the month of October. Glitch?? Mum doesn't use the app. As with all monthly auto deductions be it credit card, debit card or giro, please make it a habit to check your bank statement. https://stomp.straitstimes.com/singapore-seen/circleslife-gives-refund-after-stomper-finds-out-he-was-enrolled-in-unnecessary-add Circles.Life is performing a refund for a Stomper after he was automatically enrolled into an unnecessary add-on service that cost him an additional $20. Stomper Nautical said: "I terminated my line with another telco and ported over to Circles.Life. "Circles.Life has an $18 monthly subscription plan where I can get 20 gigabytes of data, so that got my attention and I subscribed to it on Oct 14. "Everything was great but after about three weeks, I received my bill. "I didn't select any of their Plus Options. The whole time I was subscribing and even before at the roadshows and websites, I never saw anything about this Plus Option. "Turns out, I was automatically enrolled in this service that gives me unlimited data. "Also, since my bill for the month of October should be pro-rated, I should be charged about $10 instead of $15. "I sent an email to Circles.Life on Nov 7 but didn't get a reply until yesterday (Nov 11). "They called me and apologised. They also said that they will waive the disputed charges. "I think they should be more transparent when it comes to billing. I was automatically enrolled and I don't even need that much data. "I only used about four gigabytes of data the previous month and my monthly subscription entitles me to 20, I don't need unlimited data at all. "What if other people were to be in a similar situation. "Some are not as tech-savvy or they may not have time to take note of these little details. Some people may find it troublesome to dispute these charges and would go ahead with paying for it. "I think it's unethical and Circles.Life should be more transparent in how they bill their customers." In response to a Stomp query, a Circles.Life spokesperson said: "We reached out to the customer via email and explained the situation. "We are also performing a refund for the disputed charge."
    8. Dannnn

      Tyre Rotation every 10k?

      Hi Guys, got a question and need advice here. lets say car is FWD/RWD, rotate tyre at 10k. does it make sense to rotate next at 30k? since at 10k, lets say front tyre wear 20% and rear 10%, so after rotating and mileage at 20k, should be front and rear balanced, right? i know driving style play a part during the 10-20k, just saying generally.
    9. It has been 45 years since Volkswagen commenced production of the Golf and more than 35 million units have been sold worldwide since. The Golf, which is also its best-selling model ever, is in its seventh generation now. The Golf Mk1 started production on 29th of March 1974 at Volkswagen's plant in Wolfsburg and was designed as the replacement of the iconic Beetle. It was an instant hit with buyers and just two years later, in October 1976, the German company sold its one millionth example. Fast forward to today's seventh generation, Volkswagen reckons that on average, someone is buying a new Golf every 41 seconds, every day, without interruption, for 45 years now. This year is likely to see the debut of the new eighth generation of the Golf. Information found on the web suggests that the car will debut around September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
    10. Rules of thumb and experience help, but we prefer repeatable experiments. And if you see this and laugh, you're probably not as good as you think you are. Thankfully, the recipe for a one-move parking job is pretty simple. 1. Pull alongside the car ahead of the space you want. Align your rear axle with that car's bumper. Turn the wheel toward the curb at full lock. 2. Back up until the center of your inside rear tire aligns with the streetside edge of the forward car. Straighten wheel, continue to reverse. 3. When your outside tire aligns with that same edge, turn the wheel the other way. 4. If all went according to plan, you're in the space, bodywork intact. Get out and admire your work.
    11. ClassiCars

      Suzuki Every

      Hi guys. I just want to enquire if anyone here can give me a gauge of how much the insurance for a Suzuki Every might be for a 21 year old who just passed TP? I just passed and because my family doesn't own a car (Parents don't have license) I was thinking of buying a Suzuki Every as I heard from my friend who has one that the fuel consumption is quite good. The price also seems quite fair on the used market and the road tax won't kill me. However I just want to know what's the approx insurance for this vehicle. Also those GBA registered vehicle cannot drive to Malaysia right? For example this one I saw on Sgcarmart.. http://m.sgcarmart.com/used_cars/info.php?ID=405130&CUR=1 Thanks in advance for the help :)
    12. Cars.co.za has brought together all six generation of the Honda Civic Type R on track in its latest video. Which one is your favourite? From the first generation 1999 naturally-aspirated EK9 to the current turbocharged FK8, the hosts rates them according to how it drives before they come together and decides on which is the Type R they would pick. While their choices might not be agreeable with us, we could understand why they did so. Watch the video below and see whether you agree with them! https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=503&v=hb5Ojzl9X3k So which Type R in your opinion is the best?
    13. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmvoU9cRzn4 This is really one great invention that will greatly improve our everyday lives
    14. Anokewee

      Suzuki Every for $22,988?

      Did anyone seen the Pin****e ad in classified ads last saturday? They are bringing in a Suzuki model called Every. The price is $22,988 with guaranteed COE!!! Wah so cheap? Thats means OPC will be $5988! From the pix of the ad and thru google i think it's a commercial van based vehicle but still the price is The ad. Sorry for the low res phone image... Strangely enough the pix on suzuki website has slightly different design.. Mod potential...
    15. Hi all. I am considering buying these 2 drives for my sales business But need to ask which is more ideal Chavolet aveo auto. Left about 2 yrs. Monthly instalment 850. Still can renew coe and take back scrap. But heard it is high FC. And repair very expensive. Suzuki Every. Renewed one round of 5yr coe already. Loan period about 4 yr plus. Monthly instalment 680. Can use to carry goods and got rear seats. But will it be as high FC as aveo? Or worst? And the engine is below driver seat. This will be a hazard in long run? Or it is not so bad as it seems? Anyone can verify?
    16. Does anyone know any workshop that specialize in suzuki k6a engines? Thanks in advance
    17. chitchatboy

      Ford GT churns out 100GB of data every hour

      Ford has revealed that its GT is significantly more advanced than most people think. It is said to generate around 100GB of data every hour thanks to the 50 plus different sensors found in the car that monitors everything from the position of the pedals to the amount of humidity in the air. Equivalent to around 25,000 music downloads, the huge amount of data is processed by 25 onboard computing systems that are controlled by 10 million lines of code. Ford says that is more code than used on the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II and it allows the car to go through 300MB of data every second. "By constantly monitoring inputs, vehicle loads and environment, and adjusting the car’s profile and responses to suit, the Ford GT remains as responsive and stable at 289km/h as it is at 28km/h.”, says Ford Performance global director Dave Pericak.
    18. Ever since I changed to bigger rims, my brakes start to squeak every morning when I start the car. It goes away after a few brakings. I doubt changing rims make this noise. Anyone can advise what could be the problem? Thx
    19. What happens when Every Step You Takes collides with Chasing Cars? http://youtube.com/watch?v=ltKyaedTDUU Its weird but......somehow it seems to work.
    20. Tesla has announced a suite of hardware changes to all its models, which in the future, will allow for full self-driving. This includes the upcoming entry-level Model 3. The news came in an official blog post which confirmed that every Tesla vehicle built from today, will be installed with eight cameras providing 360 degrees of visibility around the car at up to 250 metres of range. Of the eight, three of the cameras will be front-facing. Also, the count of ultrasonic sensors has been increased to 12 and are now updated to have the ability of detecting objects almost twice the distance of the its predecessor. Lastly, an improved front-facing radar which utilises a redundant wavelength to enable the vehicle to see through heavy rain, fog, dust and even the vehicle ahead. To process all the additional information from the cameras and sensors, Tesla has given its cars an improved onboard Nvidia GPU Titan computer that is suppose to have 40 times more computing power than the previous setup. There is a catch to the upgrade though. As the system is still new, features such as collision warning, lane holding, active cruise control and automatic emergency braking are now disabled as some calibration is needed before they can be implemented. Interestingly, these calibration will be done via real-world driving where data will be provided by the firm's customers when they use the car. Once the features have been validated with the new hardware, they will be enabled over the air.
    21. Great video! Reminds me of the time my father held several jobs to support the family. Allows me to appreciate my girl's love letters to me. https://video-sin1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hvideo-xfp1/v/t43.1792-2/10942380_783949568319418_1074050982_n.mp4?efg=eyJybHIiOjE1MDAsInJsYSI6MjgxNSwidmVuY29kZV90YWciOiJsZWdhY3lfaGQifQ%3D%3D&rl=1500&vabr=726&oh=6ecee8fe222a66f5675794137dc3743a&oe=55E3E392
    22. According to Reuters, Tesla had to cut its production targets for the 2015 year down to 50,000-55,000 vehicles after releasing how much it is losing. It is said that Tesla is losing $4000 (S$5571) on every Model S they sell after taking into consideration the operating losses of the company which amounted to $47million (S$65.5million). Shares of the electric car company fell almost 9 percent last Thursday with another 2 percent slip on Friday. Analysts predict that a capital raise is probably on its way as Tesla’s reserves were standing at just $1.15billion (S$1.60billion) on 30th of June , down from $2.67billion (S$3.72billion) a year ago, a reduction that's partly due to investments for the production start of the new Model X electric crossover.
    23. Deckbuild

      Wax after every wash?

      Do you guys wax after every wash to protect the coat of paint?
    24. In Japan, the term takumi is used to describe a master craftsman who has perfected his skills over years of painstaking work and dedication. It is reserved for those who are at the very top of their profession. At Nissan's expansive engine factory in Yokohama, four men have been designated as takumi. They are the sole assemblers of the engines that power one of the most heralded sports cars in automotive history. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMqRuN7wyvQ The four takumi of Nissan's Yokohama plant are Takumi Kurosawa, Tsunemi Ooyama, Izumi Shioya and Nobumitsu Gozu. Collectively, they share over 100 years of exceptional work in their chosen field. These engine craftsmen are responsible for hand-building every awe-inspiring 545-horsepower twin-turbocharged V-6 engines found beneath the hood of the Nissan GT-R, production vehicles and the racecars alike. Each engine is assembled with care and precision by one of these four individuals. Once an engine is completed, the takumi craftsman proudly mounts a plaque bearing his name upon the completed masterpiece, serving as a timeless reminder of the high level of craftsmanship and expertise that went into each work. Many Nissan GT-R owners have visited the Yokohama plant and to meet the takumi engine-builder who hand-assembled their Nissan GT-R's engine. Even popular American late-night television talk show host and car collector/aficionado Jay Leno has made the trip to the plant to meet the takumi. Nissan's Yokohama plant is a model of both technology and efficiency within the industry. In its nearly eight decades in existence, it has produced more than 35 million engines, including the exceptionally-capable VR38 that powers the legendary Nissan GT-R high-performance sports car. "Yokohama is the plant where our company was established, and we're proud to make Nissan's flagship engine here. It represents the pinnacle of the Nissan brand," said Nobuhiro Ozawa, Yokohama plant manager. "We adhere the nameplates of the takumi who hand-built these engines and put their souls into each one with a sense of responsibility."
    25. Hey hey hey ......... Sg make it again .......... top 10 ! World Ranking Who say Japan is expensive .......... haha
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