discmonkey42 wrote:My car accellerates better and smoother when it is cold out. I drive a little 2dr. sports car and it is much more fun to drive when it's cold.
Smyith wrote:I highly doubt that your car accelerates faster. The air/fuel mixture would be minmized and the cold air wouldn't allow for the proper mixture (ever notice that you use more gas in the winter?). Warm dry air actually provides for a much better mixture of air/fuel giving you better accelleration. but yes driving in the snow rocks, only with RWD. sorry to get off topic.
discmonkey42 wrote:And by the way, I am flame retardant. I prefer to be corrected when I'm wrong. It happens a bunch.
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