For 100 years, the internal combustion (IC) engine has dominated the automobile industry with its power and convenience. It has provided this country and the world a reliable and economical source for transportation and has given enjoyment to scores of hot rod, classic car and restoration enthusiasts, as well as endless excitement in amateur and professional racing. It has also provided automotive technicians, repairers and installers continuous opportunities in business and employment.
The IC engine has been a part of nearly everyone’s lifestyle for more than a century. The question, however, has been raised