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I love it. Thank you!
Do cars still have distributors? I don't mean your granddads old truck but anything made this century?
they are fired from a cam position sensor through coil packs these days. managed by a ecu.
Nope. Old cars had a coil that went to the distributor to provide the spark. Usually you’ll find now each cylinder has its own coil pack
No. They use sensor pick ups on cranks and cams for timing then the ECU uses a coil pack to create the spark at the plugs.
That's what I thought. But I wasn't sure if some of the American car makers might still be using them - they do odd stuff over there.
I'm not an expert, but Is there not a intercooler missing from the turbo setup?
Use an intercooler for mad extra boost. Compressed air heats up and that hotter air is less dense.
To bad its to small to read.
Suck, squeeze, bang, blow... got it!
Agree!! Was keen to educate myself but print is to fine! Was all revved up too. *see what I did there? 😁
These are terrible! They completely left out all six of the hydrocoptic marzlevanes!
There's a source watermarked.
Suck, squeeze, bang, blow
Who is this guy Small?
Imgur needs a filter to show which posts have more 💚’s than ⬆️’s
Legit how college TA taught it
Wanna see my four stroke cycle?
SUCK SQUEEZE BANG BLOW. Hopefully when the Mrs gets home from a Girls night out.....
Aaaaah when cars were cars. And they had distributors.
I have this feeling that something's wrong with it. Something is wrong with the left phalange.
just click on them
You're to small to read
Used "too" correctly one time out of two? Yeah, I saw that.
Yeah man, I love opening them up and cleaning the contacts every weekend lmao.
My mx5 uses a cam sensor and coil pack, but my old mans 2003 Nissan pathfinder has a distributor. A lot of overlap.
More hearts than upboats :/
Anyone who who really cares how an engine works, already knows how an engine works.
An intercooler is not mandatory, so long as the intake temps are within tolerance. It certainly helps, though.
There's no phalange, madam.
Is this what happens when they hit the full gas in movies , like 15 seconds into 30 second race and go faster?
Watched multiple vids on how an engine works, still no damn idea.
1.) Higher boosts tend to require one simply because of adiabatic heating. Metal piping from the compressor to inlets serves as this too
2.) without the need for a dedicated radiator type inline charge cooler. Modern GTDI and TDI engines tend to because of the sizeable air
Instead I played my summer car and thru sausages at people. Nothing pissed me off more than to drive to town break down.
But then how would you justify a water/meth injection setup on your WOT pulls? 'Oh that? It used to be my windscreen fluid reservoir'
Forwarding to my kid, great stuff
I’ve always preferred supercharger. I know you can’t get quite the same hp as turbo but the whine is just soo damn cool.
Where’s the wenkle!
Only #5 is too small and I have terrible eyesight!
Memewhile I can't even replace a tire
Don't know about you but I can't zoom in on GIFs on my mobile version
Just like OP:s mother.
Y no supercharger tho?
You know when they are racing in movies, and they are going like 1million mphs, and in the middle of the race one of them pushes 1
2) the gas pedal to the maximum, and you have like visual on how the engine is speeding up.
Zoom in my friend.
I was taught that when I was 13. It's effective.
Always downvote for ads!
So you are finding infographics made to be displayed on a large screen, difficult on a small one?
That’s what she said I think.
More favorites than upvotes coz we are lazy to watch all of them and hoping to come back later. That never happens
Wait... flat fours are still a thing???
Just like a jet engine... is it sad I can fix a jet but can only do small maintenance on a car???
Lower end Subaru and I think some older Porsche boxter models use em
The dog goes "bark". The cow goes "moo". The turbo goes "Braaaaaap stututututu".
It's fine on a PC...
Alex Jones' new business venture after the infowars was kicked off the internet?
I love these, seeing those before had make me want to learn more about engines, tons of great resource on YouTube
Back in my day, cars were cars, they couldn't go uphill for more than 30 seconds because the fuel drained away from the engine and you had
to double-clutch to change gear, as well as the delightful experience of ignition being handled by a handle at the front of the radiator.
"Oh man education!" clicks to next post. *Watches some weird video of people ditching their cars*. "hmmmm"...
The turbo example is missing the intercooler.
They were still using them quite recently. No need for a cam sensor and you can use a single coil. They use coilpacks now, no moving parts.
Don't try and educate me I completed school already bith
It’s for 🐜
Most Subarus sold incl. the BRZ and its rebadged twins and all Porsche 911s currently use them
Yeah, pretty much the entirety of the internet is viewable on my mobile phone thanks to zooming, but not Imgur GIFs
Too* bad it’s* too* small to read. Come on @rustybronco, fuuuuuuck.
Does it make that much difference? I've heard it's like the difference between a hot day and a cool day. Maybe a few HP at most.
In for an entire evening of suck, squeeze, bang, blow.
Found the MVP!!
You can get pretty good drops, but a big part of the reason is to prevent detonation, not merely increase horsepower.
I'm dehydrated from all the salt in your comment
It's a reference to a bit he used to do on top gear.
They use fairies, now. It's all magics.
this is nice
one of these days I will get a lawnmower engine or a moped and something and play with it to learn more about this.
2nd one is supercharged
I know right
Pretty much yeah