I'm more into having ephipones (or ephipanys (ephipanies?)) and relevations.
Anyway he has never mentioned a Toyota engine in class, it's all Detroit (well he did mention the Honda CVCC the other day), but was maintaining that the carburetion and subsequent cylinder washing caused premature engine failure. I've come to understand that Detroit engines of the 50s, 60s, and 70s that were carbureted only lasted about 100-150 thousand miles, sounds like he's just making excuses knowing that those engines can't touch a F or 2F! Then when the B series diesels came out along with the 20-22R series, then the game was over.