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About a month ago I was reading about the engine in the new Viper and the article mentioned that they needed to add sodium filled valves to the new engine. Then just the other day I was reading about the Corvette engine and it said the following:
"The small blockâ€™s success reminds us that simple, elegant solutions often set the highest standards. With technologies that include aluminum block and cylinder heads, a forged steel crank, forged titanium connecting rods, titanium intake valves and hollow-stem sodium-filled exhaust valves, Corvetteâ€™s handcrafted LS7 and LS9 V8 engines deliver massive output in a compact, efficient package."
Saab has had them for how long? Back to the 99 I think.
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