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    I'd love to see some math on the potential fuel savings and performance advantages of these updates. In highly efficient cars, I imagine the emissions systems sap a good 1mpg. It'd be interesting to see how much they helped the environment with fuel savings vs how much they hurt it with increased emissions. I'm sure the actual damage done by reducing emissions controls is still net positive (positive damage, not positive outcome), but it'd be cool to see the actual numbers.

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