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sounds expensive and problem-matic

we should all just convert to ci
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sounds expensive and problem-matic

we should all just convert to ci
This a new ignition system, not fuel system. The thing that would concern me is carbon deposits covering the focusing lens, which would block the laser......unless the laser would "burn" the carbon off the lens.......
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not sure if im diggin it, id rather replace sparkplugs then worry about a laser going out
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Cool concept.
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that could be neat and a good way for ford to get ahead of the government fuel regulations if it will use less fuel like what i got from reading that.
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