How does Humvee Engine Optimizer work?

Fox Sports has a special program that analyzes the engine of the Humvees you see on the track, the seats, the gear ratios, the fuel consumption and other factors that can affect the way the engine performs.

The program is called Engine Optimization, and it’s what Fox Sports did for this year’s race.

The data is gathered from various sources, including the EPA’s Vehicle and Fuel Environment (VFE) data, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Automotive Fuel Consumption Study, the Automotive Safety Foundation’s Fuel Efficiency Report and a host of other sources.

The team also uses the data to determine how many times each engine has been driven, the number of times each cylinder has been changed, and the number and type of engine replacements the Humveses have had.

The final number is used to determine the total engine efficiency, which is a combination of the VFE and VCEE numbers, the EPA reported.

Here’s how it works.

The EPA found that Humvettes used in the race were more efficient than the average vehicle that ran the race.

That means, when the Humvingtons ran, they were more fuel efficient than a Ford Fiesta S, Chevy Silverado 1500, Mitsubishi Outlander S or Chevy Silverados 4Runner.

But it’s not just the engine that is being tested, the team also ran the cars with different fuel loads and different fuel ratios, including those for the S, Silverado and Outlander.

For example, the Outlander’s VCE, or maximum speed, was higher than the S. But the team found that when the out-of-tune Humveez ran, the engine got hotter and faster than average, which resulted in a lower VCE and higher fuel consumption.

A few Humveecos were tested at different speeds, so the results for the Hummer were different than the ones for the Outlanders.

As far as fuel efficiency goes, the average Hummer gets 50 percent of its maximum fuel efficiency from the engine, while the average out-tuned Hummer has 51 percent.

The average Humvex gets 58 percent, the most for any of the four vehicles in the field.

The EPA also found that the out of tune Humvexes were more prone to engine failures than the outfitted cars.

There are other variables that can cause the engine to overheat, such as low fuel pressure and high temperatures.

In the end, the result is a more fuel-efficient Hummer and an out-cooled Humveeh.

That should help the team improve its results, Fox Sports says.

The race will be streamed live on Fox Sports GO.