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|Power Supply||Spire Zeno 650W|
|Software||WinXP Pro SP2 (32-bit, for the time being)|
there's be no 16v twin cam engines if it weren't for the crazy Jap's
the people who actually pioneered the whole overhead twin-cam and 4 valves per cylinder engines, are bentley.
and they did it back in the 1920's. (sounds a bit far-fetched, i know, but feel free to look it up)
so to correct your statement:
there'd be no 16v twin cam engines if it weren't for those crazy brits.
and on a side note, they (well, not exactly bentley, but some of the ye-olde 'bentley boys') also pretty much pioneered the concept of forced induction engines. feel free to look that up as well.