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What powers a car?

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2008-01-20 23:01:43
2008-01-20 23:01:43

...gasoline... expanding gases from combustion of gasoline or disel which is converted to rotary motion by the power train which sends it to you wheels OR PFM(pure fricken magic)which suits you best. expanding gases move alot of people expecally in small hot rooms!! what stinks!!! An internal combustion engine usually powers a car; unless it is one of the newer HYBRIDS which use several storage batteries for an alternative power supply.

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