After some hectic week-ends spent converting the car to a mini camper-van, we were finally ready for our road trip around Norway and Sweden.
Here comes the leet-mobile! (part 5)
Wed 21st May 2014
Despite all our previous attempts the engine was not working particularly well, so I decided to do something I should have done a long time ago: Check the compressions.
Here comes the leet-mobile! (part 4)
Tue 18th June 2013
After our first drive on the parking we were quite excited, but still there were some issues to deal with: the exhaust had to be fixed and we had to find out why the engine would die on idle.
Even more important, we had two months to fix all the issues before having to pass the EU Technical Control.
Here comes the leet-mobile! (part 3)
Sat 30th March 2013
So the Valp was now parked on the parking: Time to get things going.
Is it dead?The first thing we did of course is to try to start it. Nothing happened. The blinkers and windshield wipers worked so at least we knew there was electricity going on, but since starter engines are notoriously power hungry we decided to buy a battery charger, remove the batteries, and let them charge for quite a long while.
Here comes the leet-mobile! (part 2)
Tue 26th March 2013
Now that we knew we wanted one of these horribly cute off-road vehicles, I started to contact the various sellers to ask questions about their state and it quickly appear that you could classify the various available models in three categories based on their prices.
Here comes the leet-mobile! (part 1)
Sun 10th March 2013
Been few months since I posted something, not because I had nothing to do, but because of a number of projects I committed myself to help with.
Today’s post is not computer related in any way, it’s about vehicles!
Commuting blissI moved to Norway about 8 years ago and have happily used the public transport system all that time.
What happened to the story line
Tue 13th April 2010
Recently I finished a number of games, of the types that are supposed to be bundled with a story in it: Fallout 3, Dragon Age, Mass Effect 2 and yesterday I finished Dreamfall.
Dreamfall as a game is probably not perfect, if only because it was originally a Xbox game, so some of the textures are a bit wonky, the controls on PC could have been better (damn you camera!), there's a bit too many fed-ex missions, and the fight sequences could have been more interesting... but as an engaging story, it's ace: You could watch it as a movie.