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Re: Synth winter weights (fwd) Good Read
On Sat, 10 Oct 1998 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I meant only to emphasize that the tests you referred to were done in
> automobiles, not any car magazine. I have never read a magazine called
> CARS, and I wouldn't put much stock in what they would claim. All piston
> engines are not the same. There are differences in the way they and their
> peripheral devices work, hence different fuels and oils.
OH, well now dont I feel sheepish. Oops. Sorry. Didn't meant to
go off on you. I believe the Magazine is CAR not CARS but there is one by
that name that I have seen before. I think it may be either British or
Australian based. Pretty good wrightups from what I have seen. Cool one
online about the WRX Version III Sti-Type R or whatever they call it now.
Anyhow, glad to see we actually agree on this matter :)
> Adam Nelson '85 4000S, Blaupunkt cassette, Starbucks go cup, '69 Beetle,
> 1 piece
> windows, hand held fan, '91 Vanagon, KYB Gas a Just, bug screens.
Is Vanagon a Westi or Synchro?!?! I want both, $$$$$$. Oh, and I
want 200 hp in it too. Would settle for about 130 though. Maybe an Audi
2.3L conversion, or VR6. Or, (Shrinking back in fear of evil responses) a
Subaru 2.5L motor. 150 hp and probably close to same size as the 4-cyl
thats in there. Wonder of a Subaru SVX motor would fit. 220 hp. Or a
turbo charged Subaru 4 like the WRX has. 911 motor is nice but I want
lots of HEat for those cold ski trips so that would require a GAs fired
heater. Boy, the possibilites are endless, the funds are not though. Oh
well. 4kq will have to do for know, just wish I had a Yakima Rocketbox to
go with the ski Rack to hold all the gear.