Homemade Firewood Processor Detroit Diesel Powered
First run of the wood processor. powered by a 453 Detroit 4 cylinder, 105
hp. 3 49 gpm pumps. 35 inch saw blade, 25 ton splitting ram, 3 second
split cycle, 8 way wedge. video showing sawing and splitting functions
MR PSI 1731HP Dyno run at VIC Supercruz
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Lyle Lemon's MR PSI personal best with 1731.7HP Dyno run at VIC Supercruz.
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Dyno: Twin-Turbo R8
2009 Audi R8 4.2L with Heffner Twin-turbo package. Running 91 RON pump gas, 6lbs of Boost on a Mustang AWD setup. Installation and
tuning by OEMplus in Laguna Hills, CA. Car also has Brembo BBK, OEM V10
clutch and larger V10 carbon sideblades.
Redneck Tire Mounting
Using starting fluid to seat the bead on a big Michelin 800/70R38. The tire
was on a 9630 John Deere.
Subaru Impreza 10000 RPM engine
Takhle vypada subaru motor kteremu upadne ventil v 10000 otackach. - This
is Subaru engine, broken valve in 10000 RPM. This was not poorly tuned, EGT
and AFR was right, Problem was in material of one of the Cosworth valves,
there was air bubble in it and it broke apart. This was not one shot as you
think, this car was running few months before this and it is running again
fine after repair. But we changed manufacturer of vents :-)
How to rule out a Spark Plug as your problem
A very simple but highly effective method which I have always used to
confirm if a spark plug is/is not the cause of engine starting and/or
performance problems. Why run to the store and buy a new spark plug as a
gamble, which may not be inexpensive, when you can verify if the plug is
the problem using your digital multimeter. Save time and money!
I decided to upload this video when I discovered that not too many people
knew about this simple spark plug test.
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How to Test Spark Plug Wires
Testing spark plug wires, Diagnosing bad spark plug wires, How to test
spark plug wires with a multimeter, Learn how to diagnose spark plug wires.
If your car is stalling, idling poorly, hesitating, getting bad fuel
economy, misfiring, or you have a check engine light, you should check your
spark plug wires. This will also show you How To Fix P0300 random misfire
codes in your car.
There are 3 main tests I go over
1. Water spray at night (look for sparks)
2. Visual inspection (cracks, burns, etc)
3. Using a multimeter (ohm meter resistance test)
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