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 on: Today at 23:28:53 
Started by Webby the Bear - Last post by Broomies Mate
you know that modeling is an initial and basic approach in all science disciplines..


without this you cant solve any problem.. physics and physic eqautions are also dervied and obtained in the same way..


f=m*a equation is a universally  accepted equation ..  I just gave an example using that equation and assuming the car is accelerating at 9 secs..


you can broaden the example with different acceleration and mass values .. but the difference will never be 1 secs nor 0 :)

 ;D ;D  For goodness sakes Cem.

I have accepted that the formula is creditable.  It works in a sterile environment.  It doesn't take into consideration tyre friction (increased as mass is added (and you know more than Mr Goodyear about tyres)), Drag Co efficient (the chassis moves out of 'perfect' when weight is added), Torque (your simple equation doesn't involve torque).

Your equation is useless in the real world.  I'll say that a million times, but you still won't accept the truth.

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 on: Today at 23:21:42 
Started by Broomies Mate - Last post by Broomies Mate
I do hope your joking. Or has whatever is in the Huntingdon water spread to Bristol?

'Tis a true story.  I've been drinking bottled water from Reading recently.  Same as you, I believe?  ;D

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 on: Today at 23:18:50 
Started by Broomies Mate - Last post by chrisgixer
I do hope your joking. Or has whatever is in the Huntingdon water spread to Bristol?

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 on: Today at 23:18:07 
Started by surreyhills1 - Last post by surreyhills1
Just joined the forum and wanted to say Hi to all.

Just picked up a 3.2 Elite full service history and only 64,000 miles & loving every second so far.

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 on: Today at 23:16:59 
Started by robson - Last post by Sir Tigger
I hate doing exhausts, and don't see the point of DIY for the sake of saving 50.

 ::)  :y

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 on: Today at 23:16:08 
Started by Webby the Bear - Last post by cem
Holy shit, this thread just livened up  :-X ;D


Webby did you measure your 0-100 ?

0-60 (or 0-100km)....

Car,according to parkers, should do 0-60 on 9.5 secs.

Did one the other day and got 10.7. BUT that was on a slight incline.

Did one the same daycoming down the other way on the same road so on a decline and got 8.8 secs.

So im presuming if it was flat that would be about right :)

however, finding a flat road where  you can get from 0-60 and not endanger yourself / anyone is bloody hard!!!!


Webby 0-60 is not 0-100 km/h :y

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 on: Today at 23:15:03 
Started by Webby the Bear - Last post by cem
you know that modeling is an initial and basic approach in all science disciplines..


without this you cant solve any problem.. physics and physic eqautions are also dervied and obtained in the same way..


f=m*a equation is a universally  accepted equation ..  I just gave an example using that equation and assuming the car is accelerating at 9 secs..


you can broaden the example with different acceleration and mass values .. but the difference will never be 1 secs nor 0 :)

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 on: Today at 23:14:14 
Started by Webby the Bear - Last post by Webby the Bear
Holy shit, this thread just livened up  :-X ;D


Webby did you measure your 0-100 ?

0-60 (or 0-100km)....

Car,according to parkers, should do 0-60 on 9.5 secs.

Did one the other day and got 10.7. BUT that was on a slight incline.

Did one the same daycoming down the other way on the same road so on a decline and got 8.8 secs.

So im presuming if it was flat that would be about right :)

however, finding a flat road where  you can get from 0-60 and not endanger yourself / anyone is bloody hard!!!!

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 on: Today at 23:13:16 
Started by Webby the Bear - Last post by Mr.OmegaMan
Doesn't look like they've heard of Opel/Vauxhall... There's the Catera though. http://www.060calculator.com/cars/2000/cadillac/catera/8076

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 on: Today at 23:11:31 
Started by Broomies Mate - Last post by Broomies Mate
Rubber compresses. Obviously. But over time it stays compressed. This means jubilees need constant tightening to keep the same pressure on the circumference of the hose. The spring clips, effectively, automatically adjust. Insuring constant and equal pressure around the hose, regardless of how old or compressed the rubber becomes over time. The spring clips also don't have a flat or uneven pressure that the worm housing gives.

From experience, you WILL find that the jubilees will leak periodically, and need a tweak.

But hay. You know best :y ...not my oppsin car anyway. ;D :P

Want to buy it?  ;D

...I'll give you a box of matches for it, certainly. ;D

 ;D ;D I did have a fag on when she said she heard the 'sizzling' noise.  The Gas line comes in just next to the Header tank...... I thought it was just the venting into the header tank she could hear (I am partially deaf).

I had the fag behind my back, and thankfully so!

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