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from what I gathered on this site; www.coatesengine.com their CSRValve heads can be retrofited onto almost any existing internal combustion engine making it not only more powerful but also simpler and more efficient (44%)and less poluting too.
also the design of this engine makes oil changes unecesary!
the question I have is ;
why doesnt GM get rights to use this engine in their vehicles?
or are they waiting until their competitors use it first?
 

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Originally posted by gmt5.3@Apr 20 2004, 09:43 PM
from what I gathered on this site; www.coatesengine.com their CSRValve heads can be retrofited onto almost any existing internal combustion engine making it not only more powerful but also simpler and more efficient (44%)and less poluting too.
also the design of this engine makes oil changes unecesary!
the question I have is ;
why doesnt GM get rights to use this engine in their vehicles?
or are they waiting until their competitors use it first?
Hmm... according to their website, Noble (a low production British car company) is using their technology...
 

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those heads look really promising, but I simply don't trust something wich don't need lubricating, also those special o-rings are dubious.

and yes, others are much more interested in this than gm...
 
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