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Charles Murray
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Comment:Big news - Charles Murray-9/28/2012
Engineers 'Hone' In on Solution for Tiny V-8 Engine
News 
9/27/2012  34 comments
It's one thing to build a scale model of a car. It's another to power it with a quarter-scale V-8 engine.
Comment:Re: ADVICE - Charles Murray-9/18/2012
Slideshow: Fuel-Stingy Technologies Set Sights on 54.5 MPG
Captain Hybrid 
9/18/2012  94 comments
From fuel injectors and air conditioning compressors to tires and power steering systems, we offer a potpourri of technologies aimed at boosting CAFE to 54.5mpg.
Comment:Other - Charles Murray-9/14/2012
Comment:Re: ZSpace - Charles Murray-9/13/2012
Comment:Re: Quiet? - Charles Murray-9/13/2012
Chevy Volt: It's Not Time to Panic
Captain Hybrid 
9/12/2012  77 comments
Is GM really losing $49,000 on each Chevy Volt?
Comment:iRobot - Charles Murray-9/11/2012
Experts Split on New 54.5MPG Rule
Captain Hybrid 
9/11/2012  94 comments
Experts disagreed last week on the long-term outcome of the government's recent 54.5-mpg rule, with consumer advocates hailing the new mandate, and engineering consultants warning that it would send costs skyrocketing.
Lead-Acid Batteries Seek New Role in Hybrids, Plug-Ins
Captain Hybrid 
9/10/2012  27 comments
Using a souped-up version of a chemistry that's been around since the days of Edison, a Detroit-area startup wants to slash the costs of batteries for hybrids and plug-in cars.


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