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Sep 9 2014
7

Diesels always inject the full volume of air into the cavity with each stroke, but they can run very lean air/fuel ratios, so the computer or mechanical pumps just meters out enough fuel to idle and then when you need more power, more fuel is injected and because there is no manifold vacuum (nothing to pull against) Read more

Sep 4 2014
145

....but what if you need to pick up parts that you had overnighted from Japan?

Sep 1 2014
1

Shoot, shoulda looked a little closer! We don't see 215's anymore up north in Canada anymore... We've got one in a local museum, and it's enormous - makes it even more incredible that the 215 had unassisted controls. Read more

Sep 1 2014
14

The iOS app that emulates the 1980s Fairlight CMI sampling keyboard includes a setting for 8" floppy disk read error noises.

Sep 1 2014
3

There are several CL-415 water bombers (the type pictured) stationed only a few kilometres from my house. They've got an incredibly level of manoeuvrability for such an enormous aircraft, and the guys that fly them clearly make the most of it whenever possible. Read more

Aug 25 2014
3

"All right, gang, in the air in 5!" We got a tire company to rob!

May 13 2014
12

I JUST WANT TO TALK ABOUT 40K WITH PEOPLE IS THAT SO WRONG!?!?!?!?

Dec 5 2013
6

The idiot with the finger on a trigger. You never hold a gun like that. :P