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Man needs just three things: Feeling the rumble underneath his buttocks, the throb between his legs (LOL). A full tank of gas. And an open road ahead.

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  • Outboard Motor
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    Outboard Motor

    7 years ago

    An outboard motor is a detachable, externally mounted propulsion system for small boats. An outboard motor consists basically of an engine or motor connected to a propeller by means of a drive shaft and gears. By far the most common outboard power...

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    Differential Gear

    7 years ago

    The differential gear is an assembly of gears that connects a divided shaft and permits the two sections of the shaft to rotate at different speeds or varying relative speeds. The most common application of the differential gear is in the automobile...

  • Automobile Power Transmission System
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    Automobile Power Transmission System

    7 years ago

    The clutch is a mechanism for connecting and disconnecting the engine and the attached manual transmission in cars equipped with a hand-operated gearshift. This operation is necessary when shifting gears from one ratio to another, when starting the...

  • Automotive Lubrication System
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    Automotive Lubrication System

    19 months ago

    The engine lubrication system serves two purposes: it reduces metal-to-metal friction and wear between rotating and sliding parts, and it carries excess heat away from the engine. Among the important surfaces requiring lubrication are the crankshaft...

  • Automobile Fuel System
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    Automobile Fuel System

    7 years ago

    The fuel system consists of a fuel tank, fuel pump, carburetor, intake manifold, and exhaust manifold. The fuel tank, ranging in capacity from 14 to 26 gallons, generally is located beneath the body or in the fenders at the rear of the automobile. A...

  • Automobile Engine System
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    Automobile Engine System

    7 years ago

    Despite challenges from steam, electricity, and more recently the gas turbine engine, the 4-stroke-cycle gasoline-burning piston engine still is considered the most suitable power plant for automobiles. During the 1960's more than half of all United...

  • Automotive Electrical System
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    Automotive Electrical System

    19 months ago

    The automotive electrical system consists of a storage battery, a direct-current (dc) or alternating-current (ac) generator, a starting motor, the ignition system, lighting, and such accessories as a radio, indicating gauges, and the driving motors...

  • Understanding the Automotive Chassis System
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    Understanding the Automotive Chassis System

    18 months ago

    The term "chassis" is used to designate the complete car minus the body. The chassis therefore consists of the engine, power-transmission system, and suspension system all suitably attached to, or suspended from, a structurally independent frame....

  • Carburettor
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    Carburettor

    7 years ago

    Carburettor, a device attached to an internal combustion engine which uses a volatile fuel such as petrol. Before the fuel can be effectively burned in the engine cylinder it must be vaporised and mixed with the air supply in definite proportions:...

  • Shock Absorber
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    Shock Absorber

    8 years ago

    A Shock Absorber is any of several mechanical devices for absorbing the energy of sudden impacts. Spring-type shock absorbers, which are often made of rubber, generally are used to protect delicate instruments from direct impacts. Hydraulic shock...

  • Automotive Cooling System
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    Automotive Cooling System

    8 years ago

    Cooling system. Water in radiator is cooled by air sucked through the radiator by the fan. A pump drives cooled water from the bottom of the radiator through ducts in the engine block and cylinder head. As it becomes hot, the water transfers heat from engine to radiator where the heat is...

  • Clutch
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    Clutch

    8 years ago

    A clutch is a coupling that can be engaged and disengaged as required and used to transmit torque (rotational force) from a driving shaft to a driven shaft. Most clutches are designed to drive an initially stationary shaft from a continuously...

  • Branding
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    Branding

    8 years ago

    A brand is a scar left from a special design, or mark, burned on the hides of cattle, horses, and other animals for the purpose of identification. Most brands are relatively simple, often only a number or a picture symbol for the name of a...

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