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Jo, I have always thought of 'blueprints' as technical drawings (produced by the diazo process) for mechanical (and other) projects, but am aware of the phrase 'blueprinting' an engine which seems (to me) to have be used along the same terms as 'gas-flowing', ie. creating a more aerodynamic environment for the fuel and exhaust routes. Please could you explain exactly what 'blueprinting an engine' is and if you've any knowledge of how that phrase came to be used? regards, Jem - -----Original Message----- From: V8PWR@aol.com [SMTP:V8PWR@aol.com] This is just like "blueprinting " one of my Drag car engines , I love that . Jo Goodtimes , France .