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      05-30-2008, 02:25 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Seth_Horwitz View Post
I think less heat makes them last a bit longer, and the amount of parasitic drag on the engine (from spinning the SC belt) has been reduced.
I think less weight at the nose may also be a reason for the switch, whether it will be a all out change of policy to supercharging I doubt and it might only be on selected models where the benefit is to be had.

I think both have benefits and negatives but I feel both are the most logical choice over N/A engines in this present environmental climate.
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