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comment Does “slogging” an engine (open throttle at very low RPM) increase mechanical wear?
Ah I didn't see that question, don't think it came up in the Related questions list. Should I delete this, or leave it as is to serve as a link redirection?
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comment How does cold, dry weather affect horsepower?
Interesting point. Though I think humidity is a different case, as it's in gaseous form then, not droplets of liquid.
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comment How does cold, dry weather affect horsepower?
Great, so it looks like I indeed have a free cold air intake! Would be fascinating to see if super cold temps, like -40C, continue to make a big performance improvement. I'll have to take my car to Antarctica to find out...
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comment BMW 530xd e60 2008 diesel engine turns but won't start
Was there any resolution to this? Or is the car still not starting?
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comment Do fast cars need to occasionally be driven fast?
True, ideally the engine should just be pushing out CO2 rather than soot. Might not always be the case with some engines, and those might benefit from a fiery soot-cleaning, but that then changes this question to "Do fast, poorly tuned cars need a good fanging?". Thanks for all the info!