4.6 2-valve Mustang GT - Catless H, Straight pipe
This skinny kid^ is trying to pack on some muscle in the next few years; no better motivation like the occasional 1-rep-max on bench and hex deadlift.
Im trying to leanly put on muscle and this stuff hits the spot. 12g of protein and 9g of carbs; having zero fat keeps the overall calories to a cool 80. And it tastes incredible, it gives chicken breast a run for its money.
My first college paper (Long time no see Oppo I am now a freshman at NC State woohoo!) is of plagiarism, specifically its morality. A lightbulb popped into my head a few minutes ago.
Strange to think I was in 4th grade when this video came out.
Been listening to this 24/7 since January
I kinda miss the sound of natural aspiration and the smoother shape of the DB9...but the completely flat torque curve from 1500-5000 RPM is drool-worthy!
I expected it to be quiet as it’s a German GT car...
I establish it yet again as the best sounding V8. Something about those 4.6 and 5.4 Ford motors give it that perfect modern muscle growl at all RPM.
“Remember, the ideal cam would open and close instantaneously.”
In the middle. (U-1)/U can be written as (u/u) - (1/u). So then why does u/u cancel out to be U, not 1?
I will say something positive about the DB9 here. “It’s a scramjet-powered magic carpet ride!” Therefore, in response, the comment section will do the exact opposite and roast it. I will then have a 1: >1 ratio of people who like this car to people who don’t.
20-40 Hz is more felt than heard, it rattled my voice.
Infiniti’s variable compression engine goes between 8.0:1 for power and 14:1 for economy. But doesn’t an increase in CR increase both?
What’s better, horsepower or torque?