71. You put off going somewhere because the direction of your destination will force you to drive into a headwind.
I'm hoping for winds out of the West next Friday when I go to Pennsyvania for my head swap.
Horsepower is how hard you hit the wall, torque is how much of the wall you take with you.
77 you fill the oil to between the MAX and MIN lines.
78 you check your tire pressure every few days instead of weekly
79 you disable power steering and ac for more FE (i'm still debating on that one, although i wonder if disabling power steering alone was worth it)
80 you tape up any holes in your wheels to smooth out airflow
81 you throw a towel for your rear window so that when you come back to it, the rear is not wet or frosted and you do not need to use the rear defroster.
82 if you position your car in a way so that you can bump start instead of keying on so that you can abuse warm up FAS Pulse and glide.
83 you tried to bump start in reverse but failed miserably
84 if you use cardboard to build some wheel covers
85 instead of waiting at a red light with the foot on the brake, you pull your ebrake up either because a) you don't want to drain your battery because your engine is off or b) your trying to reserve the alternator to charge more of the battery for your next FAS
86 running red and yellow lights, but hey you can't help it... your engine is off hehe. Better than going through it at a very high speed. Although I do debate sometimes, and if I take longer than a second to decide I just hit the brakes as painful as it sounds. And I pray that the key will start my engine again...
If your reading this, then good for you, your saving some gas because your here.