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I though the answer was:

"Their both expensive to repair but really cool when running!"

Guess I flunked this quiz. Do I get credit for trying?
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I though the answer was:

"Their both expensive to repair but really cool when running!"

Guess I flunked this quiz. Do I get credit for trying?
You get no credit! It is a known fact that "both are expensive to repair and really cool when running". Try again!!!
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Guess I'll have to read up on FR's web site again.

By-the-way - All of us owe Mr. Wilk our gratitude for explaining some of the electronic mysteries of the lambda and sensors - Thanks.

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I'll bet that some where in all the programming in the B2 there is a FRWILK signiture!!!!
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Hmmmm? Lets see...They don't both cost a couple Million $$$ do they?
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Aren't you glad the answer wasen't "They both use the same timing belt and waterpump?"
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I wonder if the Air Force pays Porsche prices for their 1802 processor? Hopefully they are saving the tax payer money and paying a military contractor.
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