Definitely, they do suck, admittedly i’m more active on FB, but MAN there’s some idiots and a LOT of mis-information by people that have no experience in what they’re talking about. A lot of people spread info that isn’t accurate or isn’t safe for their car. Then there’s 100’s of “what oil do i use” type questions. Or “which is better H23 H22 or F20B” then there’s people arguing with each other all day in the comments and half of those commenters have never had/owned a jdm swap before and go based on word of mouth... Only thing good about Facebook is how quick and convenient it is but that opens up the opportunity for more mis-information by people because there’s a lot more people and opinions there. Not to mention all the side-arguments when someone reply's an opinion and someone else calls them an idiot.
I don’t get on here much anymore but when i do the people on here seem to be more interested in correctly fixing/ diagnosing/ modding their Ludes and the people replying usually Actually know what they’re talking about.
Let's just say that the "next generation" of individuals "building" cars these days are a bit of a far cry from a decade ago. Facebook offers an "familiar" platform to ask questions on, even if most of the advice is the blind leading the blind.
I'm going to be a contrarian. I appreciate the community that is on Facebook. The second gen group is fairly activite with people who are passionate about the car. I do wish I had my second gen when this site was more activite, but I'm happy there is somewhere I can go to comment and ask questions, even if it's not perfect.