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  • Loose Caboose
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    Then there is this:

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  • fatbillybob
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    Originally posted by bellwilliam View Post
    wow, Fatbillybob is coming around to EV !!!

    My daughter said my purchase of an electric car would be proof I could no longer handle my own affairs and she would need to step in.

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  • bellwilliam
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    wow, Fatbillybob is coming around to EV !!!

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  • fatbillybob
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    I hate this stuff especially when electric motors are really coming on-line. We don't need the complexity and increased parts failure of turbos and VC. We have 10x the number of parts to break in a ICE vs. electric motor. We have really stupid complex engine designs with incestuous electronics to eek out fractional MPG.

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  • Loose Caboose
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    Then there's the zoom zoom guys.

    https://jalopnik.com/mazdas-upcoming...ine-1797643172

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  • Loose Caboose
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    Wonder how many thousands of hours they test. It looks pretty challenging re long term reliability.

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  • Olitho
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    It appears to keep the connecting rod straight on the power stroke as well.

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  • ucfbrett
    started a topic Infiniti's Variable Compression engine

    Infiniti's Variable Compression engine

    https://flixel.com/cinemagraph/v21noaj1ne6a2s1hz1ha/


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    his graphic does a pretty good job of explaining how this engine works. Pretty astounding, actually.
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