Or a really old car ('86 Mazda 626). I'm hoping it's the latter. That
MPG figure was with a tank half full of year old gas and half new gas
plus some Sta-Bil. I just got new tires. After I tune 'er up and get the
alignment done, I'll clock the MPGs again. Then I'll call Jacobson (sp)
Electronics and price out their superduper ignition package. Then I'll
contemplate doing something *really* silly, like outfitting it for
rallyes. Hey leetle girl, wanna be my navigator?
Your for a middle age crisis every year, with all that that implies (A
Zeno paradox for the new Millennium!)
PS: I *really* want a Casimir force powered vehicle. Levitation would be
> In a message dated 1/30/00 4:45:03 PM Central Standard Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> > On the matter of inefficiency: I just got a car with a 2 liter engine,
> > instead of a 1.6. So far, I'm only getting about 22 MPG, rather than the
> > close-to-30 I was getting before.
> Wow, Michael, I regularly get 27-30 mpg with my 5.8 liter engine (admittedly
> a little less with really sustained 3-digit speeds . . .). You must have a
> really heavy right foot.
> Greg Burch
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