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What is RSS and why use it?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and it is an automated system that makes it easy
  • for websites to share headlines and stories with other sites
  • and also for websurfers that use RSS news readers (aggregators) to save time by receiving regularly updated web content gathered in one place for easy reading on the topics in which they are interested
How to use RSS?
Setting up a RSS feed may vary from one reader* to the other but in the end it is an easy process.
To be exact the process involves:
  • clicking on the RSS icon Subscribe to this feed using your favorite reader on the page you want to subscribe to
  • copy the URL of the feed
  • paste the url of the feed into your reader*
*the RSS news reader can mean either a web based reader such as Google Reader or My Yahoo or a RSS reader software such as Feed Demon or NewzCrawler.
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Latest Specs

  1. 2010 Ford Mustang

    Engine: V8, Power: 315 hp @ 6000 rpm, Torque: 325 lb-ft @ 4250 rpm
  2. 2009 Nissan 370Z

    Engine: VQ37VHR Variable Valve Timing NA V6, Power: 332 bhp @ 7000 rpm, Torque: 270 lb-ft. @ 5200 rpm
  3. 2010 Bentley Azure T

    Engine: Twin Turbocharged V8, Power: 500 bhp / 507 PS / 373 kW @ 4,200 rpm, Torque: 738 lb ft / 1,000 Nm @ 3,200 rpm
  4. 2009 Porsche Cayman

    Engine: 6 Cylinder Horizontally Opposed "Boxer", Power: 320 bhpN/A
  5. 2006 YES Roadster 3.2 Turbo

    Engine: V6, Power: 355 bhp (261 kW), Torque: 358 lb-ft (485 Nm)

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