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11 hours ago, BGarofalo said:

I can’t help but laugh.  Your telling me I’m wrong and your reasoning is because ‘a guy told you so years ago.’  It fits very well with the last post about “not believing everything you read.” 

I’m just trying to get the correct information out there.  There are people here that are looking for an answer (me included) and I’d hate to see bad information be spread.  

Go ahead and laugh. What could I possibly know? Good day sir.

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China implemented mandatory dpf on Diesel engines in the Beijing urban zone during the olympics.  Air quality improvements recorded from those efforts and others helped drive earlier adoption of EU V like regulations in 2017.

Believe it or not the Chinese people are quite concerned about environmental impact to their health.  Just not as easy to protest it or change as here.  🇺🇸

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Simple physics. “No replacement for displacement”. For a roto to have more pounds of force it has to have a mechanical multiplier or a larger diameter.

My wife was in China before the olympics. Other than very poor air quality she said the only thing noteable was spit bags. Guess it’s normal to spit on everything, everywhere, in China. They don’t swallow their mucus because it glows from the inner-city crud it’s filtering out of the lungs and sinus. Bad enough to inhale it, much less eat it too. The socialist police stand on corners handing out spit bags while they tried to clean the presently dried on filth before the Olympics.

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