Your Cylinder Rating

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  1. Arbo

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    If you totaled up the number of cylinders of all your gas/diesel powered vehicles and equipment, how many would you have?

    Currently I am planeless and boatless, so with only two cars and assorted home machinery I figure my cylinder rating is fifteen.
     
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    Cars +16
    Tractor +4
    Cub Cadet utility, four wheeler, three wheeler +5
    Snowmobile + 3
    Lawn equipment + 6

    34!
     
  3. Salty

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    I used to have a Yugo - lets see - that would have been three (3)
     
  4. InTheLight

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    Joe Soucheray's Garage Logic fan?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garage_Logic

    My cylinder count is a pathetic 17.
     
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    From Wikipedia "The Garage Logician who attains a C.I. in excess of his age is revered."

    I want to be revered by my fellow garage mates. Time for me to go motor shopping and fill up the Garagemahal. :smilewinkgrin:
     
  6. Arbo

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    Pathetic, no. Just efficient...:smilewinkgrin:
     
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    [​IMG]

    When the Yugo was first sold in the States, the small slope in the leading edge of the hood (on which the Yugo badge is mounted) was advertised as a front spoiler.
     

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