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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tiecollector, Jul 3, 2009.
Most European countries have 100 and Germany has 105 as well which is like jungle juice for your high hp car.
For the same reason they insist on using ounces, pounds, inches, yards and miles, to make it difficult for them self.
So would I.
Don't get the ad though. The people stuck up enough to purchase such a product are probably not the people would respond to an ad with such a cavelier attitude of towards pooping.
It is to handicap ourselves. It's a shame you Europeans still can't keep up despite us measuring everything incorrectly.
If you are that posh, why not just get a Japanese toilet with sound and bidet.
In terms of what obesity, car engine displacement, amount bought from the Chinese?
Stuff to proud of gluttony, bad engineers who can't make an engine that gets the same hp/L as all other cars and the ability to get people to stuff you could easily do yourself, got it.
Mhm. By the by, the 3.6l V6 Chrysler 300, 3.7l V6 Ford Mustang, and 3.6l V6 Chevy Camaro all get 300+ bhp and 30+ mpg.
Duratec 37 (ford 3.7) is a Mazda engine.
Chevy 3.6 is based on the Saab 2.8t V6, which had 280.
The ford is the only 100% US developed engine of those 3 and I presume it's to do something about the milage and rising fuel cost.
MB gets the same performance out of the SLS 6.2 N/A as Chevy gets out of their LS9 6.2 SC.
In what goofy measurement is 583 hp = 638 hp of the LS9?
The SLS black series, which is N/A has 631hp.
I am no longer amused by trolling you for being a European elitist.
Behold! The yellow marker is Sharpie and the pink is Sanford (owns Sharpie). The yellow says "Smear Guard" on it while the pink does not. This must be highlighter code for witchcraft.
And now a day later...
That looks nice, you should stick it in the window of your car
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