there's no 'buy it now' button.
105bhp for 6500kg, not quite veyron power to weight ratio, but it'll do, where's my cheque book?
you can get a rocker gasket from a normal motor factors for no more than you would pay online, £2 probably.
I was just looking at a 60's? Simca personnel carrier 4.2 petrol, might teach her to appreciate Landies a bit more.
OK, I think I'm satisfied, I think I'm coming down with flu, my brain can't make connections I'll try and sum it up-- 'An engine is nothing...
I get that, but more cylinders=less revolutions when coupled with the same gearbox, is that right? I can't even remember what I thought just now.
I like this thread now, cheers fish$ponge.
then please explain.
me and my mate made up a word once while we were tripping, you can't even write it down, but I'll try and explain it, $pacefish the $ represents a...
that was just based on the assumption that it would be lower rpm than the 2.5, I should've worked it out proportionally I suppose more like 1250rpm.
Just something to get me between my 88" which I just sold and my 109" that I've yet to find.
Right, I just think I don't want to believe it, but your answers are all better than those half wits on yahoo, so thanks, but here's the thing,...
Perfect. Thread finished.
*edit* I don't mean kill him, I'm done with murders now.
I don't know why I strayed from the series section, the grass is definitely gayer this side of the fence.
I wish I could go back in time and not get involved in this bollocks thread. Have you thought about maybe getting a bit of perspex and some PVA...
Just forget about it, it's a gay idea anyway.
Let me rest a minute, my brain has got a stitch.
one of them pens car dealers write on the windscreens with.
I don't see how there are variables, is it wasted fuel or am I being dense?
car 1 is doing 70mph at 1000rpm with a 3.0 engine
car 2 is doing...
I tried asking this on Yahoo answers and just got a load of smart arse ****s telling me how a 4 cylinder gives better mpg but they are unable to...
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