>>"Point and squirt"
>This works great in a Mustang or Camaro. It definitely does not work in my
>low powered BMW! Handling is its strong point, so my technique is
Guess I shoulda kept the SVO thang to myself! <grin> Wouldn't have fooled
Justin, though, 'cause as the founder of TSOL he knows what I drive (I'm a
As I've said several times, my lesson about P&S came from a very talented
*MIATA* driver. Looked around a bit on the web, found lotsa information
saying what a great car the Miata is, and what a great autox car the Miata
is, etc., but didn't readily find a specs page for the car "right out of the
box"! So I don't *know* what its peak hp @ x rpm or peak torque @ x rpm
are -- and yet I don't expect that they're even similar in those four areas
to a Vette, Maro, Bird or Stang.
So again I say, that the notion of P&S came from Miataville, not from the GM
and Ford HQs of "gobs of torque and horsepower" as alleged. :] I simply
applied it to my humble four cylinder Fords (there, that sounds better,
doesn't it?). And it sure worked for me.
San Diego, California, USA
1986 Mustang 2.3L (see, this sounds better, yes?)
1972 Ford Pinto 2.0L (and this, too?)