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03/09/06, 11:15
Forum : Water injection in engines: montages and experiments
Subject : Renault Super 5 doped water
answers: 824
views: 514696

Pitmix, to gain consumption on your R5, you could start with the base :) Richness adjustment, on the 21 there is just a small screw to adjust on the left side on the rear of the carb to lean. Then you can change your power cables. It's supposed to be changed every 50 km. From B...
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11/08/06, 14:24
Forum : New transport: innovations, engines, pollution, technologies, policies, organization ...
Subject : car performance against bike and recumbent
answers: 271
views: 243791

Well, there's something that annoys me on this bike, it's the chain length used!
It's huge, in terms of performance it must not be terrible.

It should almost be possible to drive the front wheel directly.

Well, otherwise it looks effective from what you say.

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08/08/06, 23:30
Forum : Laboratory econological: experiences for econologic
Subject : test campaign with electricity consumption PM230
answers: 83
views: 134042

Re: Electric consumption test campaign with PM230

4) Samsung SyncMaster 913V flat screen: 26 to 30 W (30 W at startup) it seems to consume a little less when it is hot. For a 19 inch 26 W I find that quite honorable. There does not seem to be any variation depending on the "colors" of the screen. In other words, a very dark or very ...
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02/08/06, 22:12
Forum : Electricity, electronics and IT Hi-Tech, Internet, DIY, lighting, materials and new
Subject : Compact fluorescent light bulbs: actual consumption and tests
answers: 56
views: 112454

Well, this test is interesting, but afterwards it would be necessary to measure the light intensity obtained, because if compared to the announced power it consumes 10% less but illuminates 20% less, the gain of 10% is not really interesting. Regarding the halogens, I had understood that...
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26/07/06, 13:55
Forum : special motors, patents, fuel consumption reduction
Subject : Fuel Saver: turbulence generator
answers: 191
views: 181456

nlc, are you reinventing the turbo technique for us!?? :idea: In my opinion your fan will not last, especially when you see the lifespan of a fan in a PC compared to the lifespan of a car ;) In addition I am not sure that the air that comes out of a fan is really in the form of a to...
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24/07/06, 11:03
Forum : special motors, patents, fuel consumption reduction
Subject : Fuel Saver: turbulence generator
answers: 191
views: 181456

Accelerate to 160/170 at the bottom of the odds! :) there is nothing better to be caught on radar... it would be better to reach this speed while climbing... Has anyone ever seen a radar climbing? ;) Well my last record with my R21 carburetor 1,7l TL, 6,1l/100km! :) 1035Km with 64l! without any changes...
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18/07/06, 15:35
Forum : Waste, recycling and reuse of old objects
Subject : Tire recycling
answers: 10
views: 13244

Must see the grip that remains after the coating is wet ...

Otherwise recycling issue, in African countries, they manufacture flip flops with used tires ....

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09/07/06, 20:12
Forum : The bistro: site life, leisure and relaxation, humor and conviviality and Classifieds
Subject : Problem of access to the site with FREE / Proxad?
answers: 30
views: 23454

I am at free, I have no problem at the moment, but I had problems accessing several sites. The culprit, for me, was the free DNS server (primary DNS and secondary DNS) which was crap. Since I entered the IP address of a friend's DNS server, no more problems. L...
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19/06/06, 16:20
Forum : Renewable energy: solar power
Subject : Photovoltaics: manufacture its solar panel!
answers: 141
views: 414979

Otherwise, at "Leroy Merlin" they make a 300 Euro solar kit for an 18 W panel (it seems to me) + connection box + battery ...

finally with 18W we do not do much, but the prices begin to become affordable.

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03/06/06, 13:15
Forum : The bistro: site life, leisure and relaxation, humor and conviviality and Classifieds
Subject : Motorbike passion: the bikers of forum
answers: 1195
views: 353553

Here is my beauty (although mine is not of this color) No it is unfortunately not a 500cc, but a small 125cc 4-stroke Koreane of 13 hp. It consumes 3,9l/100Km while still driving at full speed and around 3,5l/100Km in town. The mono is very playful and allows you to boost 4000rpm...

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