Engine Compression Tester. Range 0 to 300psi, 0-21 kg/sq cm. Hose approximately 16in long with 2 thread sizes.
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BMW vs Alfa design. Separated at birth?Mon, 22 Dec 2008
CAR Online reader reckons there's something in the water in Munich and Turin By Nour Kanafani Motoring Issues 22 December 2008 17:19 CAR Online reader Nour Kanafani sent in this photo and a delightfully succinct caption, which got us thinking... Remember you can upload your own scoops and news stories by scrolling to the foot of each page and clicking 'Upload stories, photos or videos direct to the site''If BMWs looked like Alfas and Alfas drove like BMWs'... At least we have the first one settled!
Cheap mods: Adventures In Aspect RatiosFri, 16 May 2014
Seven years ago, I bought a rough-looking-but-good-running 1992 Honda Civic DX hatchback, for use as a gas-sipping alternative to my daily-driver P71 Crown Victoria. These days, it's the car I drive when it snows in Denver, and it's a reliable all-around beater. The EG Civic (as the 1992-95 Civic hatchback was designated by the factory) has become a much-sought-after classic in recent years, sort of the '55 Chevy of the early 21st century, and there's such a vast array of factory and aftermarket performance hardware available that I haven't been able to resist the idea of doing some power and suspension upgrades.
Rural motorists pay price at pumpsMon, 19 May 2014
RURAL MOTORISTS are beginning to feel petrol price pressure at the pumps again, according to the AA. Average UK petrol prices went back above 130p a litre at the end of April and continue to hover around that level. But the AA said that a war in which supermarkets have pitted vouchers against rock-bottom pump prices means the cheapest petrol in many big towns and cities is at year-lows of just under 126p.