Any tips on glow plug replacement,other than don't snap them off .
I would do a lol but if that happens no one is laughing.
Will lube well,use torque wrench on removal and refit.
Do I need to ream the glowplug holes and if so any ideas where to get a tool to fit the...
I'm writing a buying guide for evo magazine on the AMG C63 and would like to speak to an owner about their experience of the car. Doesn't all have to be good, merely honest and helpful to others thinking of buying one.
I'd need about 10 minutes of your time on the phone, and a picture of your...
I took the slightly nervous plunge and brought a 2006 220 Coupe Sport Evo.
It has 73k on the clock with a massive gap in service history :(
I love the car and seems to run ok, although the gearbox seems a bit jumpy on gear changes compared to my last car (Audi A4). Not sure if...
Just got my EVO through and see a nice little piece mentioning the E55k again as a great 2nd bargain motor.
Glenn is in it from Turnbull & Oliver so good little bit of advertising there. Good work Glenn/Olly
Hi all, I've just moved from owning an Evo X RS into the world of power AND comfort in the shape of a 2012 C63 AMG.
I live in the midlands UK and I'm looking forward to learning more about this great car :thumb:
Need your advice, I am thinking about three cars to buy but not sure which one so wanted to find out if anyone owns any of the three and what their thoughts are/advice on any of the three:
1. Evo X - Always loved this car but reading forums etc it looks like at has as many issues...
Evo has a head to head between the S and M3 - choice quoting:
"The AMGs motor knocks the M3's into the middle of next week for output, excitement and drama"
"the gap between the two cars has now closed to a point where there's so little to choose between them, you may as well flip a coin"
From the article:
289 hp is serious for a 2.5L 4-cylinder, as eclipsing the 100hp/L ratio is always a mark of distinction for naturally aspirate engines, particularly from 30 years ago. USA-spec cars never got the 2.5L, and certainly none of the other modifications shown...
One of my absolute favorite older cars.
From the article:
This one appears to be a very clean example of the hot sedan, which was revealed during the 1990 Geneva Motor Show. Following the success of the EVO I version, the EVO II series was introduced with only 502 copies built. All of...
25 years of the Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II:
The “Baby-Benz” as a super sports car
The 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II was an early highlight in the success story of exclusive sports saloons from Mercedes-Benz’s compact class. 25 years ago, this apogee of the W 201 model series...