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    I regularly run high performance engines (Chevy small block)  on engine dyno.  They usually make slightly more power (at 5000 ft altitude) on regular compared to high octane. ------------------------------ Jerry Alcone Retired Albuquerque NM ------------------------------

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    Octane rating...again ?!

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    I again read that using Premium fuel in an engine rated for Regular is beneficial.  I filed this in the Not-Proved file some years ago.  Without naming names, I will say the source is usually credible.  So, for the millionth time, and specifically with reference to a latest model turbo-charged, inter-cooled, ...

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    Hey everyone, I am currently pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering with minors in Mathematics and Computer Science.  During my breaks I work at a small business where we design and install audio/video/surveillance/lighting/etc. systems in homes and small businesses.  We integrate these systems ...

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    RE: Ford Turnaround?

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    To Mr. Brighton's point. There is some 14,330,080 m^2 of usable roof top space in London according to this:  http://www.apexairspace.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/HTA-P-Rooftop-Development-Report.pdf which translates into 1194 charging stations following the math. There are currently ~900 petrol ...

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    Robert from your description you have horrible cross axis coupling problems.   Reduce the cross axis imbalances as best you can, then add damping.  You may want to add roll damping, a little tricky to find places (front and rear) to do so but should help a lot.  Adding mass should be last resort.  Just ...

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    This is an interesting analysis. There are at least two factors he is missing. One is battery storage, or grid "storage". The charge station can store energy when a car is not charging. That way, the solar panels do not have to handle the full charge power. The second is the charge stations are ...

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    RE: Ford Turnaround?

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    Well written Mr. Stone.  Thank you. ------------------------------ Gary Kogowski Manager Technology and Development Ravago Holdings Americas Farmington Hills MI ------------------------------

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