Funniest post of the year...Couldn't stop laughing. Someone should clue the original writer to the fact that the Japanese were using fairly high avgas (91/92 octane or better) both in engine testing, flight testing, fighters, and bombers. The drop to using low octane avgas did not occur until very late in the Pacific war. Some of the stats are just dead wrong, and most of the engines had severe developmental issues. Had the Germans used them, well, they might have gotten the FW-190A-0 to fly sometime in 1944.