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Old 08-22-2008, 03:16 AM   #1
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Default Flashback Friday: Engineers Testing the Saturn 1.9L 4-Cylinder "Power Module"

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Lift the hood of any S-Series Saturn and you'll find what was the brand's tried-and-true 1.9L engine, or "power module" as it was called back in the day. Before the signature four-cylinder made its way into any Saturn, the engine was extensively tested in a variety of ways, including in two 1984 Chevy Cavaliers.
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Looks like they're adding oil to those test cars.
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Or changing the ECTS.
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Default Re: Flashback Friday: Engineers Testing the Saturn 1.9L 4-Cylinder "Power Module"

Any larger pictures? I'd like to see some closer up pics with the 1.9 in.
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Looks like they're adding oil to those test cars.
Yea really... I wonder how many quarts of oil it took to get up to pikes peak??
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Or changing the ECTS.
They'd have to jump in the DeLorean and get one from the future, as a brass one wouldn't come into existence for another 10+ years.
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Yea really... I wonder how many quarts of oil it took to get up to pikes peak??
And didn't someone maybe think for just one fleeting second:

"Gee, do you think we should try to figure out where all this oil is going?"

Maybe the reply to that was: "I think its lunch time" and they never brought it up again...
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