Although little remains known of back-room research and development activities of the Russian auto industry, the recent International Inventors Exhibition in Geneva was the unlikely venue for a display of two innovative Russian engine developments. One of these innovations is a system for changing the compression ratio of a turbocharged gasoline engine between 7.5:1 and 14:1 to vary performance characteristics under different driving and load conditions. The lower end of each connecting ...

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