I don't care for the touchscreen, in fact I prefer the dial, but the software itself I would like
I don’t like using the touchscreen either because you have to clean it. And actually you can do everything with the dials. It’s rare I use the touchscreen other than to go instantly to a radio station at the bottom because it lists all of them and it’s a little quicker.I don't care for the touchscreen, in fact I prefer the dial, but the software itself I would like
Could be tire sorcery!I’m more impressed with that stelvio. Sub 3s in an suv is serious
It’s dry and sunny but a little cold so that just means extra boostit's a "low speed" track as the 4c (modded) is faster than the gq. depending on how it's configured for those times, looks like not much time over 100. temperatures then... and this weekend?
ok, no guess on times THIS weekend, but if you are running the giulia and stelvio, with same tires, I'll go with the stelvio - and the cooler/worse the weather ...
if I remember right, this is the track you had a lot of fun finishing off some tires, with a lot of smoke out of every corner!
Isn't that the beauty of the stelvio and the giulia though, that you can drive it both TO the track and ON it?Advice for trailer buyers.....think of the biggest vehicle you’ll ever want to tow and size accordingly. Picked trailer too small.
The 4C made me think I’d always have small vehicles. When I got the Giuila QV it was a miracle it fit with like an inch and a half to spare and the front of car had to have a neoprene pad on it and touch the garage wall. I also put a pad on the back but it wasn’t touching as there was a little tiny bit of clearance. First time I took Giuila QV in it I sweated it but not a mark.
Then I bought the Stelvio QV and to my horror of the specs showed it 2.5 inches longer than Giuila QV!
But I rolled the Stelvio into the trailer and sure enough when I went to shut the tailgate and it was not going to shut without putting some pressure on it. And that was with me really parking car with front ramming the front wall of the garage.
But I could squeeze the tailgate closed and that got me thinking if I could get an extra 1.5 inches it would fit. And I did it....the hard way by cutting a big 4 foot x 4 foot in the tailgate and lowering that section.
I’m pretty damn proud of this mod! Was able to reuse the tailgate parts and after a hell of a lot of welding to make it just as strong as it was with no tripping spots my Stelvio fits in there like a glove!!
And the super wide tires just barely fit in there with their width! Crazy shit but it works!!
Off to ORP tomorrow!! View attachment 96412
Yes very Beautiful and useful vehicles.Isn't that the beauty of the stelvio and the giulia though, that you can drive it both TO the track and ON it?
you got the life AL. You live it like it’s meant to be lived. God bless. Would love to drive those roads. Can’t imagine the clean air, no traffic, open roads.I had an
Yes very Beautiful and useful vehicles.
I had an amazing trip from Washington state to South Dakota hauling the Giuila QV in the trailer. I would pull into a fantastic area unload the Giulia and then drive it all over the Badlands, The iron Mountain Road, Needles highway Custer State Park, Sturgis, Deadwood, Devils Tower and then cruising around town high styling and so much more! Fantastic area to drive around. It was like the perfect car and it didn’t even get dirty because it was in the trailer getting hauled. View attachment 96418