Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Bubba Ray Boudreaux, Aug 10, 2003.
That is very cool, my kid sat down with me and watched it and thats a hard thing for him to do....Thanks Bubba... /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
Got that in an e-mail from Ma Boudreaux. It's nice someone took the time to do something like that. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
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Got that in an e-mail from Ma Boudreaux. It's nice someone took the time to do something like that.
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That is very cool. Thanks.
I wonder if there is anything like that, for WWII? They have a preview for WWI, but it's just a preview. Nothing on WWII.
I personaly, find WWII very interesting.
Stories from my Grandpa. Then learning about the advances made to the Internal Combustion Engine.
- First extensive use of Nitrous-Oxide to enhance engine preformance and to reach higher altitudes.
- Super chargers were used extensivly, for the same purpose, as N2O. I assume Turbo-chargers fallowed aswell.
- Intake and Exhaust tuneing became another tool to gain performance.
- I'm sure, other advances were made to the basic engine. Such as cyl head design, valve timeing events, and so on.
- The basic, core group, of current automotive manufactures - pretty much set their "flags" in stone during the war years, as-well.
Much of what we do today, as nuckle dragin' greaR heads, is simply applieing theories, that started life during the 1940s. Intersting - yes ?
The subject heading is, after all "Cool US History "
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