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Old 03-27-2015, 01:31 PM   #21
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This thread is truly starting to deliver
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Old 03-27-2015, 03:53 PM   #22
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1) What's the most common method people on this forum use to get between 200 and 250 HP?
Repeatedly igniting a roughly homogeneous and stoichiometric mixture of gasoline and air in a closed but variable-volume chamber, using the pressure produced by the combustion to exert force upon the face of an aluminum plate producing linear motion, which is then translated to rotational movement by a lever acting upon a shaft.

If you do this quickly enough, it's possible to produce between 200-250 HP on a continuous basis.


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Old 03-27-2015, 03:57 PM   #23
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Repeatedly igniting a roughly homogeneous and stoichiometric mixture of gasoline and air in a closed but variable-volume chamber, using the pressure produced by the combustion to exert force upon the face of an aluminum plate producing linear motion, which is then translated to rotational movement by a lever acting upon a shaft.

If you do this quickly enough, it's possible to produce between 200-250 HP on a continuous basis.
Cannot prop this enough.

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I believe Corky is referring to 404's sig quote as 'out of context'.
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That's the best way TO use quotes.
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I'm not entirely confident Corky realized that it was in a signature and didn't necessarily have anything to do with the discussion at hand.

Because FaeFae's would be even MORE off the wall.
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