Tuesday, July 17, 2018

ferrari go 160 Mph for 20 hours and honda civic go 160 MPH for 20 minutes. to educate stupid americans who insanely believe basic japanese car is more reliable than ferrari lol.

You can make a Honda Civic go 160 mph. For about 20 minutes.
You can make any high performance car go 160 Mph, driven in anger, for maybe 20 hours.
You can make any high performance car go 80 mph for about 2000 hours.
That works out to about 160,000 miles of respectable high performance driving.
You can buy a Ford Mustang. And at 70–80,000 miles the transmission will fall out. And if you drive said Ford at the same speeds you would drive a high performance car, it will not get anywhere near 70k worth of enjoyable miles. I’ve seen Mustangs “pushed hard” die at 30k miles.
Why does a 6 cylinder early Jag E Type cost allot more than a later 12 cylinder version? Because the 12 Cylinder version is four times more expensive to maintain.
Why do 70’s to 80’s Alfa Romeos cost twice as much as a !@#king magnificent Porsche 944? Because the Porsche will cost you 10X to maintain. A rebuilt transmission on a 944S will cost more than the car. Been there, done that.
If you like a hit and run Mustang, you can swap out an engine with a new one for under 6 grand. Swap and enjoy! For the gear heads that’s 90% of the fun.
But I fail to see the point of spending 30k in performance parts to get a 30k car perform like a 60k car. 60k puts you in BMW M3 territory. Get real.
4 cylinder high performance engines make high horsepower (and low torque) at high RPM’s. Nothing wrong with that, except that you will wear out in short order clutches, alternators, water pumps and starters. A lower rev’ing 8 cylinder engine will not.
Whether its your CPU or your engine, heat destroys all.
Substituting horsepower for torque, will cost money. So if you replace a normally aspirated six cylinder piece of kit, with a high rev’ing four cylinder engine with a heat producing turbo on top, you will compound your maintenance costs.
Do the math.
You cannot drive any high performance car anywhere near fast enough on the street to do any damage to the car.
If you do want to drive the car in anger, go to the racetrack. Get a Porsche 911 or go to Ferrari Corse Clienti, and get factory support. (Ferrari Corse Clienti)
For the wealthy the Ferrari FXX will do the trick. For the rich the F-488 will get you 95% of the fun of the XX program.
Enjoy:
Plenty of competition!
Little or no competition!
Edit:
One last refinement: since 1971 (at last in the USA) it has been illegal to tune an engine.
You can tune a Weber or a Solex or a an old skool Holley carb, but you cannot tune a fuel injection system, mechanical or electronic.
Yes, you can drill out your Bosch air flow meter and get to the adjustment screw. But you are not passing inspection. You can reprogram the electronic control unit (ECU) but you will void your warranty.
Tuning is done via software. Its a self adjusting system. More air, more fuel at the injectors. Too much fuel at the injectors, the oxygen sensor will indicate increased resistance (unburnt fuel) and the ECU will cut the power to the injectors. Not enough fuel pressure in the rail, the ECU will spin up the fuel injection pump until the pressure regulator pops open. Etc.
Its a closed loop system.
You cannot tune a Bosch or Magneti Marelli electronic fuel injection system. Or any other. The fuel injection system cannot go out of tune.
You cannot increase valve lift or timing without changing the cams. You cannot get more air through those intake valves without changing the intake manifold. And you cannot get more exhaust out of the manifold without putting new exhaust manifolds upstream of your new exhaust pipe.
What can happen is you wear out your piston rings, and having lost compression, you loose power incrementally with the wear. Until your spark plugs are fouled in engine oil crud, burnt and unburnt, and the engine fails to fire.
Which happens allot quicker with hot running turbo engines, especially when spun at higher RPM’s…
Regardless, a perfect tune is a perfectly designed geometrically congruent closed loop system.

Thursday, June 28, 2018

mercedes benz parts are much higher quality than japanese car parts


Oh hi Mark
18 minutes ago
Ill take a 10 year old merc over a
10 year old toyota any day of the week, every car has stuff that breaks or wears out over time, sure the merc parts can be more expensive to replace but they are much higher quality generally speaking. 20 year old Mercedes m112 and m113 engines go past 300k miles no problem, still many on the road today.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yq9IvgfLFgk&lc=z22ehtb4zofcybe2facdp435nlrymyojpwv3xr4somtw03c010c.1530235072461922

comment american say german cars are the best and japanese cars are boring and for non car people


Eventus Vantos
18 minutes ago
detroit ghetto german cars are reliable if you take care of them so yea they are still the best. Most Toyotas and Honda are boring cars for non-car people.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yq9IvgfLFgk&lc=z22ehtb4zofcybe2facdp435nlrymyojpwv3xr4somtw03c010c.1530235072461922

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

우리가 아는 기술은 독일이 발명했다.

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우리가 아는 거의 대부분의 기술의 원천이 독일에서 개발된건데 독일 무시하는건 어이가 없네. 지금도 독일은 탑이다.
2018-06-26 02:42:57접기요청
공감/비공감공감1비공감0

mk78****
tbjg 독일 원천기술이 러시아 거라니 돌았나 봄. ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 정작 그 유명한 소련의 AK-47 소총 하나조차 생포한 독일 stg-44 총기제조 연구가들 보조시켜서 만들어낸 게 러시아다. 하다못해 미국조차 전쟁 막판에 독일 학자들 먼저 생포하려고 러시아랑 경쟁 붙었을 정도였는데 독일 기술이 뭐? ㅋㅋㅋ 미국이 달 탐사 로켓 처음 개발할 때 연구 주도한 게 나치독일의 V2 로켓 개발한 폰 브라운 박사라는 건 알고 있냐?
2018-06-26 04:52:49접기요청

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

aspirin is bad?

The Hidden Truth about Aspirin




Bayer didn’t “invent” aspirin. Mother Nature did, sorta.

Today, most people think of aspirin as a harmless wonder drug – able to stop pain, fever and even prevent heart attack and stroke, without risk.

Not true. History proves it…

Thousands of years ago, humans witnessed injured bears (not the Chicago Bears) gnawing on the bark of white willow trees. Some dude – probably an earlier rendition of The People’s Chemist – assumed that it was done to relieve pain.

After a long night of drinking away his frustrations with people who talk more than they think, he decided to test his theory. Hungover, the young chemist made a tea from the bark. It tasted like shit. But, almost instantly, his discomfort melted away.

Despite his gluttonous indulgence, the crushing pressure on his head was released. It was like cheating and winning. White willow bark became the official pain reliever not only for bears, but also for many other party-goers astute enough to follow his lead…

Hippocrates Shuns Food
Greek physician Hippocrates heard about white willow bark…This is same guy that nerdy nutritionists today quote as saying, “let food be your medicine and medicine be your food.”

Well, thank God he started taking tips from chemists. Drugs are more fun than food and far more interesting. Eventually, the doctor put the real medicine to use, and it worked – drugs like white willow bark are much more reliable than an apple when you need relief. It’s rumored that Hippocrates later said, “Chemists are awesome tutors and fun to party with.”

As time past, Big Pharma got excited about the pain killer. This laid the groundwork for the eventual isolation and synthesis of a molecule known as salicylic acid – one of many ingredients found in white willow bark.

To their distress, the industry couldn’t market the natural ingredient as their own. (You can’t patent Mother Nature, yet.) In order to have a monopoly, they had to alter it a bit. Chemist Carl R. Gerhardt was the first to do so in 1853.

Bayer Steals From Mother Nature

Starting with the parent compound, Gerhardt performed a series of laboratory reactions. This yielded a molecular cousin. The newly devised willow bark-fake was named ASA (acetyl-salicylic acid). It marked one of the earliest and most profitable thefts from Mother Nature. Bayer trademarked it as “Aspirin” in 1889. Some say the name was derived from St. Aspirinius, a Neapolitan bishop who was the patron saint against headaches.

As aspirin popularity grew, the inherent risks surfaced. (So much for being a saint…) The small molecular change made for big dangers.

Why Aspirin is so Damn Risky
Like deflating a tire, aspirin depletes the body of life-saving nutrients. These include folic acid, iron, potassium, sodium and vitamin C. Symptoms associated with such depletion include: anemia, birth defects, heart disease, elevated homocysteine (a risk factor for heart disease), headache, depression, fatigue, hair loss, insomnia, diarrhea, shortness of breath, pale skin and suppression of the immune system.

Internal bleeding is one of the biggest risks. Studies show that aspirin users die sooner compared to those not taking it.

Body Count Increasing Among Aspirin Users
Each year, a grossly underestimated 7600 deaths and 76,000 hospitalizations occur in the United States from use of aspirin and other NSAIDS like Motrin, Aleve, and Celebrex. But, the FDA states that only about 10% of deaths caused by NSAIDS are reported.

Doctors aren’t willing to acknowledge aspirin as the deadly culprit. Death by the drug is usually attributed to the victim being either too damn sick or too damn old. Therefore, the body count is much higher than we are told.

In 1986, Dr. Otis R. Bowen, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, issued a warning reminding parents that children and teen-agers with flu symptoms “should not be given aspirin.” Using it for the flu or Chicken Pox, aspirin puts users at risk for Reyes Syndrome, a disorder that causes organs to shut down, and large amounts of bloody, watery liquid to accumulate in the lungs.

In 2009, historian and researcher Dr. Karen Starko showed that mortality rates were increased during the 1918 flu epidemic due to aspirin use! At the time, massive amounts of the drug were purchased by the military and given to soldiers. The “always pharmaceutically compliant” Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) suggested a dose of 1,000 milligrams every three hours. That’s the equivalent of almost 25 standard 325-milligram aspirin tablets in 24 hours – twice the daily dosage generally considered safe today! Minus the overdose, it’s predicted that death rates wouldn’t have been so tragically high.

Identifying Aspirin Actions Gets Nobel Prize
It was pharmacologist John Vane who discovered the good and bad actions of aspirin. On one hand, he found that it blocks the production of an enzyme known as COX (cycloxygenase). Downstream, this prevents inflammation, swelling, pain and fever. But, he elucidated a risky trade off.

Aspirin also stifles the formation of healing compounds. Crucial for physiological support, they protect the stomach from damage by hydrochloric acid, maintain kidney function and stop internal bleeding. Vane won the Nobel Prize for his work.

Bayer wasn’t concerned about the findings…Or they ignored Nobel Prize winning science.

Expanding their market reach, they pushed “baby” aspirin to protect against heart attack and stroke. But, the “little bit” is still harmful. Writing for The New York Times, Dr. Neena S. Abraham said, “If your physician has suggested you take aspirin to reduce your risk of heart disease, it is important to remember that even small doses of daily aspirin — including “baby aspirin,” at a dose of 81 milligrams daily — can increase your risk of ulcers and bleeding.”

…buffered or enteric-coated aspirin won’t protect you.

Judith P. Kelly of the Slone Epidemiology Unit at the Boston University School of Medicine warned that “all forms of aspirin carry risk.” Protective covering or not, it still paralyzes the production of physiologically-important compounds in our body.

Safe Alternatives
White willow bark doesn’t contain ASA or “aspirin.” Therefore, it won’t accidentally kill you. Adults and children can use it for all types of pain and also high fever. Concerned about deadly blood clots? In Over-The-Counter Natural Cures, I showed how the natural medicine hawthorn busts clots on contact, without side effects! Trash aspirin, use White willow bark and hawthorn.


About the Author
Shane Ellison

My name is Shane “The People’s Chemist” Ellison. I hold a master’s degree in organic chemistry and am the author of Over-The-Counter Natural Cures Expanded Edition (SourceBooks). I’ve been quoted by USA Today, Shape, Woman’s World, US News and World Report, as well as Women’s Health and appeared on Fox and NBC as a medicine and health expert. Start protecting yourself and loved ones with my FREE report, 3 Worst Meds.



https://thepeopleschemist.com/hidden-truth-aspirin/

Sunday, June 17, 2018

아우디만의 최고 기술력

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내첫차로 A6 55gdi로 갈아탓는데
실내뒷자석 작은거빼고는
안전성 성능 천연 인조가죽시트에 안락함
특히 아우디만에 기술인 내리막연비99
나오는거보고 이래서 사람들이 독일차는
아우디아우디 하는구나느낌
한달에연봉 3000만원받는데 
국산차랑 차이도없어서 
유지하기도쉽고
이것이 ㄹㅇ 실화임
2018-06-16 22:41

example of brainwashed evil americans(extended from anglo saxon) wants best german, italian and swss products be destroyed and ruined(reason why they support buying c class craftsmanship japanese products)

chronok
chronok
4 months ago
Mehehe Apple sells more watches than any single swiss watchmaker. In 2018 to fiddle with mechanical watches on a mass production basis is just futile. Let artistic solo watchmakers use mechanical movements and you big boys try something else.



footballcoreano
footballcoreano
16 seconds ago (edited)
and why are you dirty pig racist americans are glad at the degenerated thing. stupid mass buy more toy watch and ignorant about most beautiful delicate craftsmanship, most complicated engineering and beautiful artisanship of swiss mechanical watches... you also leave this evil stupid comment in this valuable video.... in every comment sections, americans seem to love to ruin and destroy best products of swiss, german and italian technologies and products.....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zMalJbKYvU&t=28s