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Old 12-21-2004, 11:53 AM   #19
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Re: Re: The End Of Sports Cars????

Originally Posted by scubawrstlr
yes, the computers will make the cars hard to work on.
you might be right and you might be wrong. I think if it is goinf th way it seems to be going you might just be able to connect the engine computer straight to your computer and change it right on your computer and put it back in your car and it will done. when cars first came out they seemed so hard to work on that everyone took it to a mechanic to fix it. Now look at us...I know 12 year old kids that can completely take apart a engine and rebuild it and put it back together. The computer engines are just a little set back that people need to learn to work on their cars. I will learn them when they become the "Usual"
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