i remember being very surprised the first time i had one, then couldn't quite replicate the deliciousness in a subsequent attempt. however i do need to have againImpossible burgers for dinner last night, with homemade big mac sauce, LTO, cheese, and homemade buns. I was super skeptical, because I could swear the last time we got them they weren't very good. I don't know what changed, but this time around they were fantastic. Like, to the point that I wasn't bothered that it wasn't a traditional burger (and I love traditional burgers).
I'm willing to buy an automatic daily/weaksauce car so I can afford a manual Miata for AX/track things [maybe]. Which actually raises a question to the group/@jay745, how awful of an idea is an ND2 for track use, if it's not getting much in the way of power adders? Particularly TNIA, concern is that it might be a hazard with the relatively low speeds, we're planning on it being an autocross STR car first and foremost.
they were both fun as hell but the beat was my favorite. it just kept egging you on to give it more and more revs and it was absolutely sublime.oh my god i'm so jealous! which did you like more to drive?
I'll preface this with the fact that my 17z setup was on a 2007 A3 AWD, but it's mostly the same as a mkV GTI. I thought the brake feel overall was fine, definitely not un-driveable or anything. The only thing I really noticed was the pedal was a little bit lower to engage. It was fine for me for street driving, I never tracked or autocrossed with that car.
When are you finally getting a kei car? i see them for sale all the time nowthey were both fun as hell but the beat was my favorite. it just kept egging you on to give it more and more revs and it was absolutely sublime.
the mira made fun turbo noises tho.
i would very much take either, and the today i want will be the practical hatchback shape with the engine from the beat anyway.