You can if you're under contract.
There are CEOs who have worked for $1 before.
I propose Comic Sans.
Or Papyrus. Everyone loves Papyrus.
The PRV is actually a rather well designed engine, it just castrated to death by US emissions regulations (these were created by big3 lobbyists to kill high efficiency small foreign cars and choke them to death with NOx restrictions, which are no problem for super low compression, gas guzlng V8s, but very hard on high efficient, high compression foreign 4 cylinders).
OK, hold the bizarre anti-Euro conspiracies. While European countries were continuing to use leaded gas, the US switched to unleaded and implemented catalytic converters and EGR. It took some time for US automotive engineers to work this out (ultimately, computer control was the solution) so all cars sold in the US between about 1975 and 1990 were pretty well choked off to a degree. Engine computers were not sophisticated, so the only way to avoid knocks without cheap hi-test was to lower the compression. The same thing happened when you put controls on a foreign engine that hadn't been designed for it. GM had a 2.8L V6 that also got only 130 HP. They had a 5.0L V8 that got only 165 HP too. Premium unleaded cost 50% more than 87 octane and you couldn't put compression past about 8.5:1 without using it. You're looking at it through the rose-colored glasses of 21st century technology. Today we can run 9.5:1 on 87 octane without a significant performance drop-- and the computer retards the timing if needed, rather than damaging the engine. Incidentally, those mods you mention require rechipping that computer!
NOx is bad stuff, mmkay? It was definitely worth mitigating acid rain.
I seriously doubt a major 15 minute segment would be wrong in any central and fundamental facts. And in this case, it's not.
Really? There are 60 minute shows on TV that are full of misinformation.
And that's precisely what they did a few thousand years ago.
Wow. Google Earth has been around a long time. Must have been hard using it with IP over smoke signal.
It is contrary to reasoning to say that there is a vacuum or space in which there is absolutely nothing. -- Descartes