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I posted about my second poster design a while back, here's another I worked up!

2023.05.30 04:14 pinklvkey I posted about my second poster design a while back, here's another I worked up!

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2023.05.30 04:12 jimbobdonut Sears Moped Ad From 1979

Sears really did sell everything! Photo courtesy of Chicago TV Guides on Twitter. https://twitter.com/chicagotvguides/status/1660132809476915201?s=46&t=ZSOVCRbS7N9ur50jmhMuqg
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2023.05.30 03:53 Proletlariet Nemesis

Respect Nemesis!

A prototype intelligent bioweapon created by the sinister Umbrella Corporation. Let loose in Racoon City, it was given a single order: hunt down and kill S.T.A.R.S. members, more specifically Jill Valentine. Relentless and nigh-unstoppable, it took nothing short of an experimental, high-powered railgun to take the mutating terror down.
All feats come from the 2020 remake of Resident Evil 3 unless stated otherwise. The "cutscenes" category also includes scripted gameplay.

First Form

Nemesis's initial and most iconic form. He can produce a prehensile tendril from its body, seemingly only one at a time.


Death Animations




Death Animations


Death Animations





Second Form

After taking enough damage, Nemesis mutates into a hulking quadripedal form. After getting his arm taken off by Jill, he grows a large tentacle to take its place.

Strength / Tentacle Arm

Death Animations







Third Form

Nemesis's final form, basically just an enormous blob with weird limbs and a tiny little head. Nemesis only ever enters this form after getting defeated by Jill and left in a chamber that gets flooded with acid. Since there's not really that much for him, I'm not going to bother with splitting it up by gameplay and cutscenes.




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2023.05.30 02:49 Boring-Jellyfish7757 KM/h to MP/h?

So in the tuning of a car you are able to adjust your top speed of your transmission. When doing so it only shows me kmh and not mph but when I race it’s mph. What do I need to change and where to put mph on transmission top speed? Thanks for the help.
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2023.05.30 01:30 Yankeebot Game Thread: Yankees @ Mariners - May 29, 2023 @ 09:40 PM EDT

Yankees @ Mariners - Mon, May 29

Game Status: In Progress - Score: 9-4 Yankees

Top of the 8th, 2 outs, runner on first, 3-2 count with Chris Flexen pitching and Aaron Judge batting. Willie Calhoun is on deck, and DJ LeMahieu is in the hole.

Links & Info

1 Torres - 2B 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 .271 .349 .453
2 Judge - RF 4 3 3 3 0 0 0 .302 .405 .679
3 Calhoun, W - DH 4 1 2 2 0 0 0 .253 .327 .411
4 LeMahieu - 1B 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 .246 .313 .408
5 Bader - CF 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 .267 .295 .511
1-Allen, G - CF 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 .167 .286 .500
6 Bauers - LF 4 1 3 2 0 1 2 .220 .310 .460
7 Kiner-Falefa - SS 4 0 2 2 0 1 1 .219 .268 .362
8 Higashioka - C 4 0 1 0 0 1 3 .205 .258 .373
9 Cabrera, O - 3B 4 0 0 0 0 2 3 .196 .247 .294
Totals 36 9 16 9 0 5 11
1-Ran for Bader in the 3rd.
BATTING: 2B: Calhoun, W 2 (6, Miller, B, Miller, B); Bauers 2 (3, Miller, B, Then); Judge (10, Miller, B); Kiner-Falefa (4, Miller, B). HR: Judge 2 (17, 3rd inning off Miller, B, 1 on, 0 out, 6th inning off Then, 0 on, 1 out); Bauers (3, 4th inning off Miller, B, 0 on, 0 out). TB: Bader 2; Bauers 8; Calhoun, W 4; Higashioka; Judge 10; Kiner-Falefa 3; Torres 3. RBI: Bauers 2 (6); Calhoun, W 2 (12); Judge 3 (38); Kiner-Falefa 2 (10). 2-out RBI: Kiner-Falefa 2. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: LeMahieu; Cabrera, O 2. GIDP: Higashioka. Team RISP: 5-for-13. Team LOB: 5.
FIELDING: DP: (Kiner-Falefa-Torres-LeMahieu).
Mariners Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Crawford, J - SS 4 0 1 0 0 1 3 .254 .362 .367
2 France, T - 1B 4 0 1 0 0 0 3 .260 .339 .407
3 Rodríguez, Ju - CF 4 1 2 3 0 1 2 .247 .311 .451
4 Kelenic - LF 4 1 2 0 0 1 3 .283 .340 .524
5 Suárez, E - 3B 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 .217 .325 .333
6 Raleigh - C 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 .233 .317 .448
7 Hernández, T - RF 3 0 1 1 0 1 2 .234 .270 .402
8 Trammell - DH 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 .143 .280 .357
9 Caballero - 2B 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 .257 .386 .386
Totals 27 4 7 4 3 6 19
BATTING: HR: Rodríguez, Ju (10, 4th inning off Germán, 0 on, 0 out). TB: Crawford, J; France, T; Hernández, T; Kelenic 2; Rodríguez, Ju 5. RBI: Hernández, T (27); Rodríguez, Ju 3 (31). 2-out RBI: Rodríguez, Ju 2. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Kelenic 2; Trammell; Hernández, T. GIDP: France, T. Team RISP: 1-for-9. Team LOB: 6.
FIELDING: E: Raleigh (4, throw). Pickoffs: Miller, B (Allen, G at 1st base). DP: (Suárez, E-Caballero-France, T).
Yankees Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Germán 6.1 7 4 4 3 4 1 83-55 3.98
Marinaccio 0.2 0 0 0 0 2 0 11-6 4.00
Totals 7.0 7 4 4 3 6 1
Mariners Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Miller, B 4.2 11 8 8 0 3 2 86-58 3.00
Then 2.1 4 1 1 0 1 1 28-17 4.91
Flexen 0.1 1 0 0 0 1 0 14-8 6.25
Totals 7.1 16 9 9 0 5 3
Inning Scoring Play Score
Top 2 Jake Bauers doubles (2) on a line drive to right fielder Teoscar Hernandez. Harrison Bader scores. 1-0 NYY
Bottom 2 Teoscar Hernandez grounds out, shortstop Isiah Kiner-Falefa to first baseman DJ LeMahieu. Jarred Kelenic scores. Eugenio Suarez to 3rd. 1-1
Top 3 Aaron Judge homers (16) on a fly ball to left field. Gleyber Torres scores. 3-1 NYY
Top 4 Jake Bauers homers (3) on a fly ball to right field. 4-1 NYY
Bottom 4 Julio Rodriguez homers (10) on a line drive to left center field. 4-2 NYY
Top 5 Willie Calhoun doubles (6) on a ground ball to right fielder Teoscar Hernandez. Gleyber Torres scores. Aaron Judge scores. 6-2 NYY
Top 5 Isiah Kiner-Falefa doubles (4) on a ground ball to left fielder Jarred Kelenic. Willie Calhoun scores. Greg Allen scores. 8-2 NYY
Bottom 5 Julio Rodriguez singles on a ground ball to right fielder Aaron Judge. Taylor Trammell scores. Jose Caballero scores. 8-4 NYY
Top 6 Aaron Judge homers (17) on a fly ball to left center field. 9-4 NYY
Team Highlight
SEA Bullpen availability for Seattle, May 29 vs Yankees (00:00:07)
NYY Bullpen availability for New York, May 29 vs Mariners (00:00:07)
SEA Fielding alignment for Seattle, May 29 vs Yankees (00:00:11)
NYY Fielding alignment for New York, May 29 vs Mariners (00:00:11)
SEA Starting lineups for Yankees at Mariners - May 29, 2023 (00:00:09)
NYY Domingo Germán's outing against the Mariners (00:00:23)
NYY Jake Bauers' RBI double (00:00:15)
SEA Miller strikes out Kiner-Falefa (00:00:06)
SEA Teoscar Hernández's RBI groundout (00:00:14)
NYY Aaron Judge's two-run homer (16) (00:00:29)
NYY Kelenic steals 2nd after review (00:00:29)
NYY Jake Bauers' solo HR (3) (00:00:24)
SEA Julio Rodríguez's solo homer (10) (00:00:28)
NYY Willie Calhoun's two-run double (00:00:20)
NYY Harrison Bader leaves with injury (00:00:26)
NYY Kiner-Falefa's two-run double (00:00:24)
SEA Rodríguez's two-run single (00:00:24)
NYY Judge's solo homer (17) (00:00:29)
NYY Aaron Judge's 116.9 mph homer (00:01:13)
SEA Kelenic stays in game in 6th (00:00:29)
NYY Germán fans Crawford in 3rd (00:00:06)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Yankees 0 1 2 1 4 1 0 9 15 0 5
Mariners 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 4 7 1 6

Division Scoreboard

CLE 5 @ BAL 0 - Final
TB 0 @ CHC 1 - Final
Last Updated: 05/30/2023 12:04:58 AM EDT
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2023.05.30 01:22 _Revelator_ Clarkson's Columns: 30 Years at the Sunday Times & The Red Trouser Mob Speaks Nimby

30 years of this Motormouth
On three decades of cars, controversy, and cow dung at the Sunday Times (May 28)
By Jeremy Clarkson
Thirty years. That’s how long I’ve been writing for The Sunday Times. When I joined the paper, back in 1993, John Major was in power, Neil Kinnock was a fan of Ford Sierras, they were still digging coal out of the ground in Yorkshire and other columnists on the paper included AA Gill, Michael Winner and, not long afterwards, Tara Palmer-Tomkinson.
I’m the only one left now. Still here. Still bashing away at the keyboard. And still feeling like a fraud. I went recently to a party celebrating the newspaper’s 200th birthday and during a film that had been made to commemorate the milestone, I was left reeling at the amount of truly important stories it had broken over the years. And the journalistic colossuses who’d translated these shapeshifting events into readable, punchy prose.
Me? Well, I got a job in journalism — on the Rotherham Advertiser — simply because my grandfather, a doctor, had gone out during an air raid in the Second World War and delivered the editor’s first baby. “I’ve always wanted to pay him back,” he said, “so you start on Monday.”
He sent me on a block release course to learn the tricks of the trade and I was terribly shit at everything. I only managed to pass my 110-word-a-minute shorthand exam by using a two-speed tape recorder and very long hair to cover up the secret earpiece. But while there I did meet a chap from the Harrogate Herald who told me about a great gig. If you could get a motoring column in the newspaper, carmakers would send you a brand-new model every week, fully insured and brimmed with fuel. All you had to do to keep the gravy train running was say how brilliant it was.
So I became a motoring journalist — that’s the profession’s bottom rung, just below being a travel hack. And that was fraudulent too because I had no clue how a car works. Back then my peers and colleagues in the specialist motoring press would talk about gear ratios and steering racks and tread shuffle, and I had literally no clue what they were on about. In my mind you turned the key, witchcraft happened and you moved about. The gearbox? That was pure sorcery.
In some ways this ignorance helped, because if you know how a car works you aren’t all that surprised when it does. With me, I always have a boyish, tinkle-grabbing excitement when I push the throttle pedal and the whole car moves. It excites me. And I don’t think that excitement would be there if I were on some kind of a know-how par with the engineers who’d made it possible.
To get round the problem of not knowing what I was talking about, I wrote mostly about how a car made you look and feel. And that seemed to go down quite well, so pretty soon the gravy train became a foreign junket jus train as carmakers started inviting me to product launches. A lot of product launches. In the mid-Eighties I spent more time in Cannes and Barcelona than I did at home. And all I had to do in exchange for all the private jets and champagne was write a piece saying that the car made me feel and look very nice. And that it would do the same for you too.
At one of these product launches — for the Citroën AX, in case you’re interested — I bumped into a BBC producer who asked me to appear on Top Gear, and pretty soon I was so busy doing that, I didn’t have time to go to Cannes and Barcelona any more. Which meant I had nothing to lose and could say what I liked.
Many of the carmakers didn’t like me saying what I liked, so an association of car industry press officers despatched a chap from Ford called Harry Calton to speak to my bosses. They told him that my directness was bringing more viewers to Top Gear and that this was good for the motor industry. Which in turn was good for Ford. He agreed and pretty soon I was rushing about, refusing to review the Vauxhall Vectra because it was too boring. And likening the new Toyota Corolla to a fridge-freezer. And saying that the Ford Scorpio looked like a slightly melted waxwork model of Marty Feldman.
This brought me to the attention of The Sunday Times, which asked me to do something similar in print. Which is quite an achievement if you think about it. Being asked to write for one of the most prestigious newspapers in the world, on a subject about which I knew nothing.
I couldn’t even drive very well back then. This was a bit of a hindrance, because to write about how a car behaves “at the limit” you have to be able to take it to the limit, and to find out where that is you have to go beyond it, which meant doing some kind of skid. It was my old colleague Tiff Needell who taught me how to do that, at Kemble airfield, in a Lamborghini Murciélago.
I still don’t do it properly. Instead of using power to break traction at the back, which is what the professionals do, I use too much speed. I arrive at the corner far too quickly, lift off the throttle to pitch the weight of the car forwards and therefore reduce traction at the back, and then turn the wheel while rubbing some rosaries. It’s messy and smoky and scary sometimes, especially when you’re doing it three feet from the back of a camera tracking car. But it looked good on television, and it convinced millions of people that I was some kind of cross between Ayrton Senna and Adrian Newey, all wrapped up in a sandwich filled with idiotic metaphors and similes.
Soon The Sunday Times asked me to start writing about other things as well, which is how I ended up with Adrian Gill, in Baghdad, in 2005, reporting on the Iraq War. I was useless at this as well, choosing to use hyperbole instead of actually finding stuff out. “There were a hundred million soldiers” is so much easier than calling the MoD and finding out how many there really were.
I also had a terrible nose for news. Back in the autumn of 2013 — I did look that up — I was in Kyiv doing some kind of Top Gear live show when I received a call from a different editor of The Sunday Times, asking me to go down to Independence Square to see if the protests were as big as he’d been led to believe.
I was thrilled because this was my big chance to be a proper hack, at the pointy tip of a breaking story. So off I went with a notebook and no pen. No journalist ever has a pen. And having talked to the lone policeman and signed autographs for the six rather bored-looking protesters, I called the editor and said the whole Russia/Ukraine thing was a nonstory.
Incredibly, after 30 years on the paper, I’m still here. But will I still be kicking around after 40 years? With cars I think not. I recently borrowed a 2005 Ford GT and, on a beautiful spring evening, I took it from Chipping Norton to Badminton House, along some of the loveliest and quietest and fastest roads that Britain has to offer, and I truly loved it. But in the not too distant future drives like that will simply not be possible. And cars like that will be gone. It’ll all be 20 mph and giving way to cyclists and pulling over for 60 hours to fill up the batteries. And I want no part of that.
I may not know how proper cars work. But at least they interest me. The new breed? I have even less of a clue what makes them move along and I find them all to be more boring than Jane Austen giving a four-hour talk about Chaucer.
When I began doing this columnism lark you could say that the combustion engine was brilliant and that men can’t have babies. These days, though … you can still say those things. It’s just that now people get very angry with you. And I like that because I’ve always liked throwing rocks in ponds. It’s all I’ve ever done, really. Tried to mess things up. It’s been fun.
Does the red trouser mob speak fluent nimby? You better you bet
By Jeremy Clarkson (Sunday Times, May 28)
I have some experience of not getting planning permission, and what I’ve come to understand is this: whether you want to build a conservatory, or a funeral home, or a nuclear power station, you’ve got to get the language right. Sustainable. That’s an important word. Your conservatory may feature window frames made from depleted uranium, but that doesn’t matter if you describe it as sustainable. And mental health. That’s critical. You need a sustainable sun room full of eco-plants because it’s good for your mental health. Plus you will empower the local building trade in a way that will be “transformative” to the low-income “community”.
Sadly, however, no matter how well versed you may be in modern government-speak, you will come up against a neighbour in red trousers who knows the even more powerful language of nimbyism. And he’s going to say that your new conservatory will cause more “pollution”, “traffic” and “noise”. That’s the holy trinity for those who worship at the altar of Laura Ashley. And if that isn’t working, they’ll wheel out the trump card: dark skies. They’ll argue that your new conservatory will cause light pollution, and then, I’m afraid, you’ve had it. Especially if there’s even a suggestion that you might harm a bat.
All of which brings me on to the Duke of Beaufort. He recently applied for permission to stage two summer concerts in the agreeable grounds of Badminton House — the Who and Rod Stewart, in case you’re interested. And I’m sure his representatives used all the right words.
They’ll have glossed over the fact that it’s bloody expensive to run a big house and new income streams are necessary, because that sort of argument doesn’t sit well in a country where anyone with a big house is wrong. That’s the law. So the duke’s advisers will have relegated the business angle to page 12 of the application and concentrated instead on how the sustainable, low-impact, green events will empower the low-income rural community and boost the mental health of the region’s bats.
Sadly, though, the duke’s neighbours are not just well versed in the language of nimbyism. They are fluent — they are past masters — in the art of objecting. So they started by pointing out there’d be increased traffic in the area and that noise would “reverberate” in nearby villages — presumably causing many bat deaths and “mental health issues”.
Naturally, they also said the concertgoers would engage in “rowdy behaviour”, even though it’s the Who and Rod Stewart we’re talking about. Most of the audience will be in their sixties, and when Roger Daltrey sings, “The kids are all right”, they’ll turn to one another and say, “They really are. Henry’s a commodity broker now, and Harriet is doing ever so well at Freuds.” Then, when it’s all over, they’ll go back to Stanton St Quintin in their Teslas, and Keith Moon will not head over to the local hostelries to blow up the lavatories because he died 45 years ago.
Fearing perhaps the council might cotton on to the fact the audience are extremely unlikely to drive their cars into the nearest swimming pool, the red-trouser people decided then to open up with sustained machinegun fire. Crime. Disorder. Public nuisance. Emergency services. Road safety. Pandora’s box. This was the Middle England playbook, and if they’d stuck to it, they might have got somewhere.
But they got high on their own supply and became silly, saying, “With 11 to 12 hours’ drinking licences, drunks will camp overnight . . . increasing the potential for a major fire incident.”
Right. I see. So this 65-year-old reveller overdoes it on the noon balloons and the Whispering Angel, puts up a tent he’s somehow smuggled into the venue and then, using some of the kindling he’s brought from the wicker basket in his snug, gets a fire going, which, despite the constant rain that goes hand in hand with British summertime concerts, somehow turns into a major Australia-style inferno that completely engulfs three neighbouring villages and ruins the dark skies for miles.
It’s the most preposterous argument I’ve ever heard. There was, once, a fire at an outdoor gig. It was caused by a faulty light on the stage and was quickly extinguished using stamping and a blanket. No one was injured and Bruno Mars was back at the mike eight minutes later. So the fire argument doesn’t wash.
And I’m delighted to say the duke’s local authority saw it for the nonsense it was and gave the gigs the go-ahead. And before you write in saying, “How would you like it if your neighbour invited the Who to perform in his garden?”, I’d say: “I’d like it a lot. Especially if they bring some lasers and do 'Baba O’Riley'.”
I fear, however, that this is not the end of the story, because now “sustainable” has been balanced out by “traffic”, and “empowering” by “light pollution”, the red-trouser brigade is going to become increasingly desperate in its constant battle to keep Britain as it was in 1957.
Mr Sunak announced recently that planners will be encouraged to look favourably on rural schemes, but they’re going to be up against a tub-thumping army that will quickly recognise that the fire argument was a bit of an oxbow lake and will start to argue that the new housing estate for the low-income community will cause a plague of luminous locusts that will spoil the dark sky. Or that it will attract immigrants who all have ebola. And that your longed-for barn conversion is actually a Russian missile silo capable of turning all of Chipping Sodbury into a nuclear desert for the next 10,000 years.
The Driving website of the Sunday Times has also published a freely accessible interview with Clarkson, on his 30 years at the paper. It's part of a larger feature that also reproduces several old columns.
And here's the Sun column: "Three things bother us in the UK..."
Clarkson's columns are regularly collected as books. You can buy them from his boss or your local bookshop.
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2023.05.30 01:22 Ol_Dewberry Teverun Fighter 11+ 200 mile update review

Teverun Fighter 11+ 200 mile update review
Compared to most other brands, there is very little information out there on Teverun scooters, especially the Fighter 11+. I'm doing my part to add to limited pool of information out there, and hopefully help people come to a decision on a scooter purchase. I said I'd post another update after a few hundred miles, and I will try my best to do that every few hundred miles.
  • Acceleration is very good. I've never measured, but I'd say the 0 - 30 MPH can't be any more than 4.5 seconds, maybe even less. I know there are faster scooters on the market, but there's very few of them and they're not by much. The Fighter 11+ is a very fast scooter. The sinewave controllers also make for smooth operation. In dual motor mode in 5th gear can be kind of jerky, but that's to be expected; it just wants to go. But anything lower than that is fairly smooth.
  • Has a more than adequate top speed. Advertised as 52 MPH, I've hit 50 so far, and it still had a little juice left in her, if only a little.
  • Range is phenomenal. My initial assessment still holds true. Really pushing it I can still get low 30s per charge. No doubt if you keep it at 35 MPH and under, you can get 50+ miles out of a single charge. Fantastic range.
  • Adjustable shocks work very well. It has quite a few settings, and I tested them through the entire range. They work well, and make for comfortable riding.
  • Adjustable steering dampener works very well. Scooter is extremely stable even at near max speed. I never feel unsafe on the scooter.
  • Deck space is massive. I'm 6' 1" with size 12 shoes, and I never struggle to find comfortable foot placement. Plenty of real-state for your feet.
  • Build quality is extremely high. Thing is built like a tank. Everything was dialed in and solid right out of the box, and it has remained that way. The folding mechanism is super solid, and the stem has little to no movement. They did a fantastic job with this scooter.
  • Lots of accent lights that are very bright and work great, lots if customization on different color schemes and solid/flashing patterns. Extremely visible from far away, making for safe night riding.
  • The display works very well. It's large and super clear, even during the day. No problem seeing what's going on.
  • The massive tires work well. I can take corners at a pretty high speed for a scooter, and the thing stays planted and tight. Never felt like the scooter was going to lose traction and slide out from under me. Quality tires.
I'm sure I'm missing some stuff, but that's about it for the major pros.
  • Zoom brakes catch a lot of hate, but they actually work pretty well in this scooter. Tons of stopping power. My only gripe is the initial "bite" is too strong. There's really no way gently ease into the braking. Honestly, not the end of the world, just remembering to brace the front leg before touching the brakes solves the issue, but I wish it was dialed back just a bit. If anyone knows if it possible to do that, and if so how it can be done, please let me know.
  • Front headlight is lacking. It works ok, but is not nearly as bright as I would like. Plus, the area of illumination is very narrow; the angle needs to he much wider. The headlight isn't completely useless, but it would definitely be a good idea to invest in a secondary light for night riding.
  • The app. My feelings are still the same on this. The thing is stupid and pointless. The app has important features, but everything it does could have simply been added to the display. It's just one more thing to have to fuck with and worry about. Also, the accent lighting is controlledvia the app, and it doesnt save those settings. Everytime you turn the scooter off and on, you have to redo that shit. Super annoying. Though, I do believe this can be fixed by a firmware update. I'm getting to get in contact with Teverun to see if they can do something about that.
I'm sure I'm missing one or two minor thing, but that all I can really thing of at the moment in regards to things that really bug me. And in all honesty, these are very minor issues compared to what the scooter as a whole bring to the table. There is nothing I can say about it that would make someone say, "OK. That's totally whack. That's a deal breaker for me." They really are minor complaints.
I'm sure I'm missing some stuff, but that's about it for this update. As a whole, this scooter kicks ass. It's a beast, and it's very well made. On paper, this is one of the best bang-for-you-bucks options on the market, and now after owning it and putting a couple hundred miles on, I can confidently say it IS one of the best options on the market. The scooter is everything it says it is, and then some. I'm very glad I settled on it and not something else. The Fighter 11+ should definitely be high on your list of options if you're currently in the market.
If you have any questions, I will try to answer them as best as I can.
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2023.05.30 01:18 SuperVerd Challenge #74 2013 SRT Viper GTS

2013 Dodge SRT Viper GTS - A 800

Weight 3326 lbs
Balance 49%
HP 640
Torque 600 lb-ft
Top Speed 207 mph
0-60 4s
0-100 8.6s
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Engine Stock
Drivetrain Stock
Aspiration Stock
Body Kit Stock
Platform And Handling
Brakes Stock
Springs Rally
Front Arb Race
Rear Arb Race
Chassis Reinforcement Stock
Weight Reduction Stock
Clutch Stock
Transmission Stock
Driveline Stock
Differential Race
Tires And Rims
Compound Offroad
Tire Width Front 295 mm, Rear 355 mm
Rim Style Sport TSW Hockenheim R
Rim Size Front 18 in, Rear 19 in
Track Width Front Stock, Rear Stock
Profile Size Front Stock, Rear Stock
Aero and Appearance
Front Bumper Stock
Rear Bumper N/A
Rear Wing Stock
Side Skirts N/A
Hood N/A


Tires bar psi
Front 1.59 23.0
Rear 1.52 22.0
Gears Ratio
Not Applicable
Alignment Camber Toe Caster
Front -1.0° 0.0° 7.0°
Rear -0.7° 0.0°
Front 2.5
Rear 28.9
Springs kgf/mm lbs/in n/mm
Front 35.7 199.7 349.7
Rear 77.1 431.9 756.4
Ride Height cm in
Front 12.7 5.0
Rear 16.5 6.5
Damping Rebound Bump
Front 8.5 4.5
Rear 13.0 5.0
Aero kgf lb
Not Applicable
Brakes %
Balance 50%
Pressure 100%
Differential Accel Decel
Rear 55% 35%
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2023.05.29 20:15 MalibuClub Now that the new RS 6 came out, here is a small comparison of their specs in the FH5. If I do more, I'll post it in the comments.

Now that the new RS 6 came out, here is a small comparison of their specs in the FH5. If I do more, I'll post it in the comments. submitted by MalibuClub to forza [link] [comments]

2023.05.29 14:37 Dulcineea93 Challenge #73 Audi RS4 2006


2006 Audi RS 4 - A 800

Weight 1316 kg
Balance 56%
HP 580
Torque 552 nm
Top Speed 338 kph
0-100 3.377s
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Engine Stock
Drivetrain Stock
Aspiration Centrifugal Supercharger
Body Kit Stock
Intake Race
Fuel System Race
Ignition Race
Exhaust Sport
Camshaft Stock
Valves Stock
Displacement Stock
Pistons Race
Centrifugal Supercharger Race
Intercooler Stock
Oil Cooling Street
Flywheel Stock
Platform And Handling
Brakes Stock
Front Arb Race
Rear Arb Race
Chassis Reinforcement Stock
Weight Reduction Race
Clutch Stock
Transmission Stock
Driveline Race
Differential Race
Tires And Rims
Compound Rally
Tire Width Front 255 mm, Rear 275 mm
Rim Style Sport Advan RS-DF
Rim Size Front Stock in, Rear Stock in
Track Width Front Stock, Rear First
Profile Size Front Stock, Rear Stock
Aero and Appearance
Front Bumper Stock
Rear Bumper N/A
Rear Wing Stock
Side Skirts N/A
Hood N/A


Tires bar psi
Front 1.60 23.2
Rear 1.60 23.2
Gears Ratio
Not Applicable
Alignment Camber Toe Caster
Front 0.0°
Rear 0.0°
Front 6.0
Rear 57.0
Springs kgf/mm lbs/in n/mm
Ride Height cm in
Damping Rebound Bump
Aero kgf lb
Not Applicable
Brakes %
Balance 50%
Pressure 100%
Differential Accel Decel
Front 80% 0%
Rear 95% 32%
Center 66%
Formatted text generated by the OPTN.club Tune Formatter
Submit bugs, feature requests, and questions on Github
submitted by Dulcineea93 to ForzaOpenTunes [link] [comments]

2023.05.29 13:45 EtherfieldStudio Dodge Interceptor M4S 1986 - This car was built as a fully engineered running prototype rather than just as a display piece. It was intended to be used as a pace car, designed to reach a top speed of 200 mph.

Dodge Interceptor M4S 1986 - This car was built as a fully engineered running prototype rather than just as a display piece. It was intended to be used as a pace car, designed to reach a top speed of 200 mph. submitted by EtherfieldStudio to PixelArt [link] [comments]

2023.05.29 12:19 johnycu Permobil power wheelchairs increase top speed?

Hello is there any way how to increase top speed of Permobil power wheelchairs from 6 mph to 7.5 mph?
Reason why I am asking is I consider to buy M Corpus VS but top speed is only 6 mph vs 7.5 mph F5 VS
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2023.05.29 05:38 draconianRegiment Challenge 73 Mercedes AMG GTR 4 Door

GamerTag: Plateus
Time: 08:48.553
#2018 Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe - A 800
**Weight**4388 lbs
**Torque**706 lb-ft
**Top Speed**221.5 mph
[View this tune on optn.club](https://optn.club/formatteNoIgziA0IHYIZVg6Fr0akiCCB1AIhkdAE7HgAO56ay45mZp1dmjiNSHdnbiTIAQLYAXfqwblJKKACYAHAFZIAZgAsykAFkApiQDGOgCY6wAWmxaA4olkAGAIzyABLoPHTF686sAVZ2pm+AD2wSTOAMLBAK4UOoiKsjiIAGwA7A5Q8nZ20LayDgB0iohpdimIairy8qmFaSpptoXysiV50GIdIAA2AEZQKrKFKtAAZlBqDtCKdohdIA45iIgT3WaZ0BsJK527IGVyaZBL41BpyvZnkKAqhWpN3fvPT08Aut1rWNAAljD7C0Q%2FTAAHo%2FnIUpBZJCQBQwD9EHNoHM3kA===)
## Build
Body KitStock
Fuel SystemRace
Oil CoolingStock
**Platform And Handling**
Front ArbRace
Rear ArbRace
Chassis ReinforcementRace
Weight ReductionStreet
**Tires And Rims**
Tire WidthFront 285 mm, Rear 345 mm
Rim StyleStock
Rim SizeFront Stock in, Rear Stock in
Track WidthFront Stock, Rear Stock
Profile SizeFront Stock, Rear Stock
**Aero and Appearance**
Front BumperStock
Rear BumperN/A
Rear WingStock
Side SkirtsN/A
## Tune
Final Drive3.47
Not Applicable
**Ride Height****cm****in**
Not Applicable
submitted by draconianRegiment to ForzaOpenTunes [link] [comments]

2023.05.29 04:30 _thedogfather_ [P&P Round 2] Completely Sane Industries Reliant 'B' Light Tank

[P&P Round 2] Completely Sane Industries Reliant 'B' Light Tank

Trust me, I'm an engineer.
A well-dressed kobold stands alone at the front of the room, shuffling note cards and sipping something that fizzes and smells awful. Clearing his throat, he begins:
Before we get into the full presentation, I'd like to thank the organization for their feedback on our ‘Precious’ prototype. We've incorporated numerous improvements to our design process as a direct result of that feedback, most prominently the consideration of crew members larger than kobolds. We do ask, however, that you please save any questions related to the unconventional layout of the tank to the end. I believe we'll be able to answer your questions during the presentation.
Our Reliant 'B' prototype. The 'A' variant has been cannibalized for parts and the engine returned to Infernal Armories after numerous complaints about it's, ah, appetite. Plus, from this view, it almost looks like a normal tank.
You asked for a new light tank design with unparalleled speed, visibility, and enough armor to survive any unfortunate engagements with the enemy, while also carrying sufficient firepower to eliminate any targets of opportunity that may present themselves.
With the Reliant B prototype, we feel we have the answer to your problems.
No photographers were harmed in the making of this pitch.
First, speed: The Reliant can reach a top speed of just over 40 mph forward and (while slow to accelerate) 36 mph backwards as well. Using the M89 engine means the Reliant accomplishes this through nonmagical methods, so that even in the case of an antimagic field, the tank remains mobile.
Driving around our proving grounds.
Regarding engines- this prototype is equipped with the M89 8-cylinder option. We found the slightly reduced engine power was an acceptable tradeoff after an intern on a tour with Infernal Armories was nearly consumed by their prototype. Using the lighter engine allowed us to add additional armor, resulting in better protection for minimal loss of speed. Luckily, the intern survived with no detectable loss of brainpower.
Upper view- note the oversized rear engine deck, forward fuel tanks, and offset exhaust.
Coupling the high speed with twin 10 speed transmissions gives the tank excellent turning performance at speed, and while the unconventional layout makes turning in place something of a misnomer, it is capable of it.
As this is a scout tank, visibility is a top priority- we've set up the driver position with three linked view ports giving a 90 degree clear view to the front, supplemented by two additional side periscopes. For night driving, six lights cover the full 180 degree arc to the front. In the turret, the commander's cupola is equipped with a separate spotlight, and a further 4 lights are attached covering the front arc of the turret- the multiple lights and coverages allow the crew to look in separate directions regardless of day or night conditions. The risk of being spotted by the enemy was deemed minimal considering the engine is loud enough to be heard from nearly a mile away- this tank relies on speed, not stealth, to accomplish its mission. The tank carries a crew of only 3- a dedicated driver, a combination gunneloader, and commanderadioman. While multiple roles can be difficult in combat, we've left as much space as possible for each crewman to avoid cramping them too much.
6 hull lights, 4 turret lights, 1 cupola light. Definitely not subtle, but at least you can see where you're going, where you've been, and where your friends are.
An internal 550 liter tank gives a reasonable combat radius, but the addition of 300 liters of additional fuel in quick-detachable external tanks significantly extends the range, allowing longer scout missions without increasing the size of the vehicle.
Excellent view of the forward tanks, taken after a mishap during hill climb trials.
To reduce the risk of being immobilized in enemy territory, a complete set of replacement road wheels and idlers are mounted on the fenders, with additional spare track links. Use of small bogie style suspension allows the crew to perform the maintenance themselves, even if they're all kobolds. Not that unlike torsion bar suspensions, ours is entirely outside the vehicle- provided you can at least get the rear of the vehicle on jacks or blocks, you can fix it without need heavy equipment.
Extra road wheels/idler wheels (identically sized for supply chain commonality)
Armor is still fairly thin, but for a light tank it's an efficient layout. We’ve managed to meet the 17mm protection request, at least for sides and rear of both turret and hull, without exceeding the weight limit. Hull frontal thickness is approximately 73mm all over, with side and rear armor of 18mm for both hull and turret- note that the turret front is actually slightly less well protected, at only 69mm. The bottom is protected by only 10mm plate. The hull top plate was increased to 12 mm, and the turret top increased to 18mm due to the high risk of attack by enemy aircraft. Use of the tank's incredible visibility is strongly encouraged to avoid minefields, as even light antipersonnel mines are likely to penetrate the lower hull.
The turret is equipped with the ToM104 3” field gun, primarily for the versatility offered by the wide selection of ammunition types. Carrying only 55 rounds (15 in the turret ready rack, 40 in the hull) means you won't be engaging in long, drawn out fights, but gives enough capacity to pack a few of each type of round to ensure you can pick off any lightly defended targets you find- storage caches, convoys, command posts, etc. A cupola machine gun is mounted above the turret for the commander, and a coaxial machine is also fitted for cases where the main gun is low on ammo.
Main gun, coax MG, and cupola MG.
Now, to address the layout- yes, we're aware that tanks generally have treads running the full length of the tank, but frankly we determined through testing that it simply wasn't necessary and added too much weight to the tank. Instead, we fitted much shorter tracks to the rear section and replaced the forward portion with an extended skid plate. Interestingly, this configuration actually improved step climb performance (from almost nothing to clearing the 0.75m step) and had no impact on hill climb, keeping the original 40 degree target from our internal specifications for light tanks.
Clearing the 0.75m step- a small running start is required.
Not just clearing the 40 degree slope, but catching air at the top.
Altogether, this tank provides the complete package- speed, visibility, protection, and enough firepower to handle light targets. Reliance on magic is minimized to avoid complicated maintenance requirements, and in fact an anti magic field will have almost no effect on the tank.
Superior hill climb performance means a squadron can strike or disengage through paths many would consider impossible terrain, like this prototype cresting the steep slopes adjacent to the shore on our proving grounds.

Out of character notes:
Once again, thanks to u/28th_Stab_Wound for putting on the contest, it's been a blast building these things and being able to exercise a bit of an unconventional flair on the design side. If at any time these pitches become too outlandish for the lore you're working towards, let me know and I'll tone it down. For now, though, I'm just having fun :D
Thanks to u/Terianis for allowing me to include the Infernal Armories reference, and for the inspiration to attempt this absolutely ridiculous hill climb test- I'm still flabbergasted by the things we can climb with the traction changes lately, and the fact that I can make a 9 ton tank with skinny little tracks covering less than half the length of the tank climb a hill like that is just bonkers.

While the Reliant can't compete with IA's entry, it can climb the lesser portion of the slopes by the waterfall at the shore.
Seconds from disaster- this is what happens you challenge a tank driven by a construct engine fueled by the flesh and souls of its enemies.
Disaster imminent
Even inverted, the sole hatch is still accessible!

For reference, this was the actual inspiration for the tank: https://www.reddit.com/WeirdWheels/comments/ufb26w/reliant_rugged_robin/
And then a cleaned-up version of one of the prototypes:
I'd say I got pretty close, eh?
submitted by _thedogfather_ to SprocketTankDesign [link] [comments]

2023.05.29 03:54 dmiester55 Got my first electric scooter. Tips and helmet recommendations welcome.

These last few months I’ve been watching this sub, riding those bird scooters around to get used to it, and watching YouTube channels dedicated to it. I’ve just now taken the plunge and gotten a scooter, now that I have more confidence riding I decided to invest in the hobby; I ordered a refurbished Vsett 9+ on REVrides for $1200.
With dual motors active it’s top speed can go up to 35 mph. Here’s my question, I want to find a suitable helmet that will protect me at that speed, I feel like a motorcycle helmet would be a bit much and cut off my peripheral vision. Any recommendations? Also do I have to get a jacket or are shoulder and knee pads sufficient in the event of a crash? I don’t plan on riding it until I have the proper safety equipment.
submitted by dmiester55 to ElectricScooters [link] [comments]

2023.05.29 01:52 7iwe Ownboard Bamboo Zeus Pro Impressions/review

Ownboard Bamboo Zeus Pro Impressions/review
I’ve been through 2 bars yesterday and 100%—>10% today and here is my review after just getting it. Could do a follow up in the future.
Background I have been riding longboards for 8 years and esk8 for 3 years. I like to ride hard, high speeds, lots of carving.
Before the Bamboo Zeus Pro arrived I’ve been riding a Loaded Vanguard Flex 2 with Backfire OG Zealot electronics, soft Meepo 90x62mm 78a wheels and riptide krank 87a kone + barrel bushings) which is a very carvy, agile and playful board that is stable at top speed (43km/h) and easy to turn at lower speeds as well.
Shipping took 32 days with 80$ truck shipping to Sweden.
Unboxing Packaging did not feel like a premium board, no paperwork, info or anything just ziplocks with extra screws, pulleys, bearings, attachable handle, T-tool etc. (It was nice that they included some spare-parts though)
First inspection of the board
  • Large air bubbles under the grip-tape, it was not properly installed, next day I took it off and installed the hexagonal grip tape that was included.
  • Front truck was rattling, tightened all the screws properly. Same with back truck but at least it didn’t rattle. (It’s pretty tricky to secure 2/4 nuts under the trucks since the hangers are in the way of using the T-tool) no separate tool to do this included. I grabbed a small wrench + Allen key and secured all the nuts that way.
  • Belts were to tight, adjusted them and put on loctite on all the screws on the motor mounts.
  • After first full ride I unmounted the battery to have a look inside and one of the 16 Allen screws were almost stripped from factory install, wasn’t easy to get it out and there are no replacement screws for the battery pack.
It would not have been safe to ride it out of the box. Apart from these things, it was fine.
First start up
I turned on the remote and board and it connected, on the remote screen you can see what speed mode you’re in, brake strength, if it’s in “drive” or “reverse” and of course the speed and trip/total distance.
I had no clue how to change it from MPH to KPH (European rider), or how to change break strength etc. After some Googling I found out that all those settings are applied after remote pairing. (Turn everything off and hold power button on board and remote for 5sec)
First ride
I quickly noticed that I needed to tighten the trucks because it felt super wobbly at first. The back truck needed so much tightening (to be able to go full speed in turbo) that I snapped the included T-tool tightening it, but after it snapped it was luckily tight enough.
The board is heavy and it’s a totally different ride feel compared to my other smaller board. The deck is hard, wouldn’t say it’s flexy but it does have a slight flex.
Acceleration isn’t extreme but it picks up to top speed really fast on 100% battery and makes even straight flat roads kinda intimidating on turbo lol.
The 120 Cloudwheels are too hard for my liking, it didn’t feel safe to carve with them, easy to slip which is very scary in the beginning with such a heavy board.
I switched to 115mm Onsra Rubber wheels and that felt smoother, grippier and more safe.
First 100%-10% ride the next day
I’m 82kg and did some off road ( couple of KMs on grass and gravel), but mostly street, uphill and flat roads (pretty windy as well) and got 37km range, mostly in speed mode 3 with quite a lot of top-speed runs in turbo. This was on 115mm Onsra rubber wheels and 40T pulley.
Battery sag was substantial during half of the 3rd bar and 2 last bars (50-40%) getting worse until end which I found weird since I heard that the P42A should have little to no sag. May be because it’s the first charge cycle and the softer Onsra rubber wheels and 40T pulley draws higher current. But I’ll have to see after more riding.
My guess is that 120 cloudwheels and stock 44T pulley would get a bit more range cause of gearing and CWs are harder.
After some experimentation with tightening of the trucks I got it to handle pretty well between 25-60km/h. It carves all right and it’s a blast to zip around. But on stock truck/bushing configuration I struggle to get a good balance between top speed stability and lower speed carve/manoeuvre ability.
Conclusion The Ownboard Bamboo Zeus Pro is a fast, great board with good range BUT I wouldn’t call it premium because of the quality control and the packaging/documentation. I would have been 100% satisfied if it arrived ready to ride but in my case it didn’t.
It feels like it was assembled in a rush.
Stock bushing config doesn’t allow for good turning capability and stability at 50km/h+
I would have appreciated some documentation and instructions on how to set up the remote and board for different wheel/pulley configurations, what’s included and maybe some tips on how to customise it for your riding style.
I personally would pay 50$ more if it came fully prepared to ride with nicer packaging, documentation and setup guide.
I’m happy I didn’t go with the M50A cells if they have more sag than the P42As because of the experienced battery sag.
After a couple of rides and getting used to it; it’s really fun and scary in a good way, I think it’s possible to improve the handling with other wheels and bushings
submitted by 7iwe to ElectricSkateboarding [link] [comments]

2023.05.28 21:49 Matty_Boi1219 Acceleration decay

My gotrax scooter, I’ve had it for almost a year now, has stopped accelerating at a normal progression. It does accelerate but it takes a few seconds to achieve top speed, which is 15.5 mph. Could it be the battery? I have replaced both tires with hard tires. That’s the only modification I’ve done.
submitted by Matty_Boi1219 to ElectricScooters [link] [comments]

2023.05.28 21:33 mg_metro_6r4 First time posting a tune

First time posting a tune
Tune for 700pp and 800pp championship with R26B swapped rx7
submitted by mg_metro_6r4 to granturismo [link] [comments]

2023.05.28 19:46 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: JEENEETards top posts from 2023-04-28 to 2023-05-27 16:55 PDT

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Considering buying the Inokim Ox Super. Fits all my criteria though seems a bit slow off the line. Looking to keep it under 1500, closer to 1000. Need suspension, ~30 mph top speed, 10 in tires, and ideally under 60 lbs.
It is ~$300 more on Fluid than on Inokim’s website. Is it worth it to buy on Fluid for the support/warranty?
Also considered the Fluid Vista & Apollo City. Heard mixed reviews on Apollo as a brand though the City seems quite nice. Looked at the Mantis v2 Fluid but it’s a bit over budget. Open to other recommendations as well
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hey there to all
so i purchased an electric bike (gunai fat bike) the bike its self good for what i paid,top speed of about 40 mph ..obviously i wont be doing that, the only problem i think ima gunna run into is my currant bike work stand wont be able to hold it as the bike is heavy...so for example if i were to get a puncture i would have to flip the bike onto its seat and handle bars,which i hate doing(but if need then ) risking damage to the display unit, anyway what would be a better option for me when it comes to work stands ?
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2023.05.28 17:35 Yankeebot Game Thread: Padres @ Yankees - May 28, 2023 @ 01:35 PM EDT

Padres @ Yankees - Sun, May 28

Game Status: Final - Score: 10-7 Yankees

Links & Info

1 Tatis Jr. - RF 4 0 0 0 1 2 2 .246 .294 .472
2 Cronenworth - 1B 3 1 1 1 0 2 1 .215 .339 .392
3 Bogaerts - SS 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 .253 .345 .397
4 Carpenter - DH 3 1 0 0 1 1 1 .174 .303 .349
5 Odor - 2B 4 1 1 2 0 1 1 .210 .289 .420
6 Kim, Ha - 3B 2 3 1 0 2 1 0 .242 .330 .382
7 Grisham - CF 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 .188 .309 .358
8 Azocar - LF 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 .234 .250 .277
b-Soto, J - PH 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 .261 .422 .506
9 Nola, Au - C 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 .131 .252 .182
a-Sullivan - C 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 .170 .184 .298
Totals 30 7 5 6 5 12 12
a-Struck out for Nola, Au in the 7th. b-Grounded into a forceout for Azocar in the 9th.
BATTING: 2B: Grisham (13, Cordero, J). HR: Cronenworth (6, 1st inning off Cole, 0 on, 1 out); Odor (4, 7th inning off Cole, 1 on, 0 out). TB: Azocar; Cronenworth 4; Grisham 2; Kim, Ha; Odor 4. RBI: Azocar 2 (3); Cronenworth (19); Odor 2 (17); Sullivan (5). 2-out RBI: Azocar. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Odor; Tatis Jr. SF: Sullivan. Team RISP: 1-for-7. Team LOB: 3.
FIELDING: E: Sullivan (2, throw).
1 Torres - 2B 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 .263 .344 .449
2 Judge - RF 4 2 2 2 0 2 0 .291 .398 .633
3 Rizzo - 1B 3 0 1 1 0 2 0 .304 .376 .505
Allen, G - LF 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 .200 .200 .600
4 LeMahieu - 1B 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 .251 .320 .417
5 Bader - CF 4 2 1 2 0 0 1 .250 .280 .500
6 Calhoun, W - DH 4 1 2 1 0 0 0 .242 .320 .385
1-Cabrera, O - DH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .201 .253 .302
7 Kiner-Falefa - 3B 4 2 1 1 0 0 1 .208 .259 .347
8 Higashioka - C 4 1 3 2 0 0 0 .203 .259 .380
9 Volpe - SS 4 1 1 1 0 1 2 .198 .279 .354
Totals 36 10 12 10 0 8 6
1-Ran for Calhoun, W in the 8th.
BATTING: 2B: Higashioka 2 (5, Darvish, Carlton); Calhoun, W (4, Darvish). HR: Judge (15, 1st inning off Darvish, 0 on, 1 out); Bader (6, 8th inning off Honeywell, 0 on, 1 out). TB: Bader 4; Calhoun, W 3; Higashioka 5; Judge 5; Kiner-Falefa; Rizzo; Torres; Volpe. RBI: Bader 2 (19); Calhoun, W (10); Higashioka 2 (13); Judge 2 (35); Kiner-Falefa (8); Rizzo (32); Volpe (21). 2-out RBI: Calhoun, W; Higashioka 2; Kiner-Falefa. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Volpe. Team RISP: 7-for-10. Team LOB: 2.
FIELDING: E: Bader (2, throw); Higashioka (4, throw). Pickoffs: Higashioka (Tatis Jr. at 1st base). DP: (Higashioka-Rizzo).
Padres Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Darvish (L, 3-4) 2.2 7 7 7 0 2 1 63-42 4.61
Carlton 2.1 2 1 1 0 3 0 36-23 1.42
Tapia, D 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12-7 2.92
Honeywell 2.0 3 2 2 0 3 1 32-22 3.77
Totals 8.0 12 10 10 0 8 2
Yankees Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Cole (W, 6-0) 6.0 4 6 5 3 9 2 100-62 2.93
Cordero, J (H, 4) 1.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 14-10 3.47
Marinaccio (H, 5) 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 9-6 4.10
Holmes 1.0 0 1 1 2 0 0 20-8 3.27
Totals 9.0 5 7 6 5 12 2
Game Info
HBP: Cronenworth (by Marinaccio).
Pitches-strikes: Darvish 63-42; Carlton 36-23; Tapia, D 12-7; Honeywell 32-22; Cole 100-62; Cordero, J 14-10; Marinaccio 9-6; Holmes 20-8.
Groundouts-flyouts: Darvish 2-3; Carlton 3-0; Tapia, D 1-0; Honeywell 2-0; Cole 2-3; Cordero, J 1-0; Marinaccio 1-1; Holmes 2-1.
Batters faced: Darvish 15; Carlton 9; Tapia, D 3; Honeywell 9; Cole 24; Cordero, J 4; Marinaccio 4; Holmes 5.
Inherited runners-scored: Carlton 1-1; Cordero, J 1-1.
Umpires: HP: Bill Miller. 1B: Roberto Ortiz. 2B: Chad Whitson. 3B: Rob Drake.
Weather: 76 degrees, Sunny.
Wind: 7 mph, In From RF.
First pitch: 1:38 PM.
T: 2:42.
Att: 47,295.
Venue: Yankee Stadium.
May 28, 2023
Inning Scoring Play Score
Top 1 Jake Cronenworth homers (6) on a fly ball to right center field. 1-0 SD
Bottom 1 Aaron Judge homers (15) on a fly ball to left center field. 1-1
Top 2 Jose Azocar singles on a line drive to center fielder Harrison Bader. Ha-Seong Kim scores. Jose Azocar scores. Throwing error by center fielder Harrison Bader. Throwing error by catcher Kyle Higashioka. 3-1 SD
Bottom 3 Anthony Volpe singles on a ground ball to center fielder Trent Grisham. Kyle Higashioka scores. Anthony Volpe to 2nd. 3-2 SD
Bottom 3 Aaron Judge singles on a ground ball to left fielder Jose Azocar. Anthony Volpe scores. Gleyber Torres to 2nd. 3-3
Bottom 3 Anthony Rizzo singles on a sharp line drive to right fielder Fernando Tatis Jr. Gleyber Torres scores. Aaron Judge to 2nd. 4-3 NYY
Bottom 3 Harrison Bader grounds into a force out, shortstop Xander Bogaerts to second baseman Rougned Odor. Aaron Judge scores. Anthony Rizzo out at 2nd. Harrison Bader to 1st. 5-3 NYY
Bottom 3 Willie Calhoun doubles (4) on a line drive to center fielder Trent Grisham. Harrison Bader scores. 6-3 NYY
Bottom 3 Isiah Kiner-Falefa singles on a line drive to left fielder Jose Azocar. Willie Calhoun scores. 7-3 NYY
Bottom 3 Kyle Higashioka doubles (5) on a sharp fly ball to center fielder Trent Grisham. Isiah Kiner-Falefa scores. 8-3 NYY
Top 7 Rougned Odor homers (4) on a fly ball to right field. Matt Carpenter scores. 8-5 NYY
Top 7 Jose Azocar reaches on a fielder's choice out, second baseman Gleyber Torres to third baseman Isiah Kiner-Falefa. Ha-Seong Kim scores. Trent Grisham out at 3rd. 8-6 NYY
Bottom 8 Harrison Bader homers (6) on a fly ball to left center field. 9-6 NYY
Bottom 8 Kyle Higashioka singles on a ground ball to left fielder Jose Azocar. Isiah Kiner-Falefa scores. 10-6 NYY
Top 9 Brett Sullivan out on a sacrifice fly to left fielder Greg Allen. Ha-Seong Kim scores. 10-7 NYY
Team Highlight
NYY Starting lineups for Padres at Yankees - May 28, 2023 (00:00:09)
SD Fielding alignment for San Diego, May 28 vs Yankees (00:00:11)
SD Breaking down Yu Darvish's pitches (00:00:08)
SD Cronenworth's solo home run (6) (00:00:28)
NYY Aaron Judge's solo home run (15) (00:00:31)
SD Azocar's Little League homer (00:00:48)
NYY Judge takes away a home run (00:00:24)
NYY Anthony Volpe's RBI single (00:00:36)
NYY Aaron Judge's RBI single (00:00:19)
NYY Anthony Rizzo's RBI single (00:00:23)
NYY Judge scores on fielder's choice (00:00:24)
SD Grisham takes away a home run (00:00:33)
NYY Willie Calhoun's RBI double (00:00:24)
NYY Kiner-Falefa's RBI single (00:00:22)
NYY Kyle Higashioka's RBI double (00:00:36)
NYY Yanks nab Tatis at first base (00:00:10)
SD Odor's two-run home run (4) (00:00:18)
SD Kim scores on fielder's choice (00:00:27)
NYY Yankees' seven-run inning (00:02:02)
NYY Bader's solo home run (6) (00:00:22)
NYY Kyle Higashioka's RBI single (00:00:19)
NYY Rizzo leaves with neck injury (00:00:37)
SD Brett Sullivan's sac fly (00:00:27)
NYY Clay Holmes locks down the win (00:00:13)
Darvish strikes out LeMahieu (00:00:07)
NYY Cole K's nine vs. Padres (00:01:04)
SD Padres vs. Yankees Highlights (00:03:14)
NYY Aaron Boone on win over Padres (00:01:33)
SD Condensed Game: [email protected] - 5/28/23 (00:08:59)
SD Bob Melvin on Padres' 10-7 loss (00:01:04)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Padres 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 7 5 1 3
Yankees 1 0 7 0 0 0 0 2 10 12 2 2


Division Scoreboard

LAD 10 @ TB 11 - Final
TEX 2 @ BAL 3 - Final
TOR 3 @ MIN 0 - Final
BOS 2 @ AZ 4 - Final
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