[DML] Re: Carburetion Thread
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[DML] Re: Carburetion Thread

The engine in my car when I bought it wasn't a factory PRV  -- it was a replacement Eurospec Z7V.

My current engine is every bit as much a PRV as yours. It was built in the same factory in Douvrin France. It uses the same parts and spares as yours (induction excepted of course). It even has low compression pistons.

You obviously have an ax to grind about my power plant. For all I know you may have an ax to grind about the entire vehicle. The bad news is: until your name appears on my title, you don't get a vote. It's my car, and I will do with it whatever I damn well please.

Apologies in advance if my customizations and modifications offend your sensibilities. 

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Harold" <hmcelraft@...> wrote:
> What is this - bait and switch?
> So, your engine is not a DeLorean engine. Interesting the way you use information. Why would you even suggest or imply to others that they should consider carburetion of their DeLorean then? 
> Your engine was never certified for use in a USA automobile? It was for off road use or use in another country? Implying of course my original point ? the engine is a polluter.
> Your passion to modify your car the way you do is not for me ? everyone has a passion. I can live with that.
> I'm sure you know why K-Jet was introduced on the PRV? Of course you do - it was the most cost effective way to obtain reliable emissions control with respectable performance and fuel mileage!
> Harold


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