If your engine carboned up enough to increase the compression ratio, that could cause knocking. But an oil additive is not going to fix that.
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I’m not really sure that counts a flywheel, I mean it may technically, but not in the sense that it’s what’s also used as the clutch surface.
Because putting the radiator at the back of the engine allows the flywheel to also be the fan:
A lot of people who don’t have a license to serve alcohol are going to say it’s just this guy’s fault. But if you work at a bar, don’t cut off somebody’s drinks when they’re clearly drunk, and then let them drive off - if they have an accident, YOU are on the hook for letting them leave while intoxicated. Bars lose…
Oil shocks don’t spring back, since all that’s inside is a cylinder filled with oil and a piston with a hole in it for the oil to pass through. Gas/oil shocks are pressurized so they’ll extend themselves.
Very strange, that you can find driftwood in the woods where you live.
I hate fake patina.
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You do realize that’s 6,000+hp at only about 150 rpm, right? This calculates to um, about 220,000 lbf of torque.
Big Boy tractive effort: 135,375 lbf
wonder if anybody will remember to enter this into the background check system...
I have a feeling this fell through. But they were in fact sold in Mexico for years.
I think that car was at the texas gambler 500.
Take a measuring tape and get the height from step to step. Mismatched heights ARE a hazard.
Not quite understanding what I’m seeing. Is it a flintlock that was converted to caps???
I thought it was in this booklet, but maybe not, that lugging gives the engine more fuel than it can burn (ie. wide open throttle at low rpms). It’s particularly bad for engines with roller bearings and few cylinders, as each power impulse delivers a “hammer blow” to the bearings - the early Porsche roller crank…
Strong enough to get on two wheels a couple of times. Nader would have had a field day in the 1890s.
Who was driving the car? Why flee the scene if you're not at fault? The hit and run, then turn yourself in when sober ploy is all I need to see to know who is at fault.
Thanks for the link.