Sleepy kitten struggles to stay awake and play
Sleepy kitten struggles to stay awake and play
Bimota DB1R works racer
Dang, felt good to finally shred some canyons today. #motorcycle #angelescrest #nofilter #nature (Taken with Instagram at angeles crest hwy)
that’s a bitchin bike, what is that?
While I have no idea what that thing is, first thing that popped in my head was Cagiva.
Goddamn Im good, Kawasaki Versys:
Army dude, views on abortion.
I am not going to be disrespectful, I just have a few questions.
Why do you fight for the right to have an abortion? In 1972 the Supreme Court found abortion protected under the United States constitution. (certain parts are geared toward U.S.A., sorry intercontinental friends)
What are you fighting for? I do understand that in some states it is virtually impossible to get an abortion, Mississippi for instance only has one clinic for the whole state, and that is a disgusting loophole to the law. For those who don’t all ready, why not fight that? If you fight against the mobs of people that belittle mothers/mothers and fathers, I understand. A lot of the things that they say can be hurtful and wrong too you and/or others, but they still have the right to do so.
If you are just fighting the opposing religious or moral views of others you may as well stop. (for the record I support abortion 100%, and non-religious. now you simple minded people can’t just attack me without reason) You can’t rewrite holy documents in your favor and everyone has the right too their own opinion. Their disagreeing with you does not change the fact that you still have you own rights that they can not take away.
Do you think that fathers have a right to an abortion? Does it not bother anyone, assuming most people want equality for all sexes and races, that men have no rights at all to become a father? Hypothetically, if a man goes his whole life, being with a handful of women, having each of them get an abortion on their own accord without his input; he could die without ever being a father. He has NO RIGHT to become a father. On the other hand, if he does not want to be a father, a woman can make that decision for him. However women have 100% control over whether or not they become a mother. If you are a man or woman fighting for equal rights, what do you have to say about this? Does that not seem like an injustice?
I believe all people, male or female of any race, deserve the exact same rights and opportunities in this country and throughout the world.
In order for something like that to happen, men will need the same rights to an abortion as women. If women do not think men have a right to an abortion, they themselves should also not have the right. If they do want those rights, they will have to share them with men. It will need to be an agreement of both parents. If they can not come to an agreement, it will need to be taken to a court of law. (that also covers rape, incest, and the father abandoning the mother)
Do you agree or disagree with me? All of it? Some of it? Reblog and respond, but please be polite. Not just to me but to each other.
With the knowledge gained from my old post about the Internal Combustion Engine, you can apply the mechanics of that to a new idea: Forced Induction or boost. There are 3 types of boost: Turbo-supercharging, Supercharging, and Nitrous Oxide/N2O/NOS. Shown above is Turbo-supercharging or just Turbocharging. It uses exhaust gases to spin a turbine which is attached by a shaft to a compressor wheel. As the turbine spins so does the compressor wheel sucking in more air then the engine could do on its own. With a higher concentration of oxygen to burn per volume then non-compressed air, there is much more energy that can be created within the cylinder, where volume does not change. You also see on the induction/intake side of the engine a Charger Intercooler. While not necessary, its benefits are great so it is common to find them in a Turbocharged system. An intercooler is a kind-of air radiator. If the air is kept cold it remains dense, the denser the air, the more air per volume.
Not shown: there are two special valves crucial in the functioning or a Turbocharged system 1 on the intake side, 1 on the exhaust side.
A. Waste gate. found on the exhaust side of the system, it regulates how much pressure is on the exhaust side of the turbo, therefor controlling how much boost is actually created. This valve is how a tuner adjust the boost created by the turbo. (boost is measured in Psi.)
B. Blow-off valve. This valve found on the intake side of the system releases pressure within the intake so it does not blow up the intake plumbing. (pipes) When the engine is accelerating the cylinder is sucking in A LOT of air. When the driver lets off of the throttle, the turbo is still creating that pressure for a split second. To save the systems intake from blowing apart, the blow-off valve opens once it detects a great rise in pressure within the intake.
Benefits of Turbocharging: tremendous gains in power, more efficient then a supercharger because it does not draw from the engines power. It uses exhaust to create boost rather then just wasting that hot pressurized air. Typically can create greater amounts of boost then supercharging and that boost is adjustable unlike supercharging.
Drawbacks of Turbocharging: constant boost in impossible from a Turbocharger. Boost comes in late in the engines Rpms to create greater power then a naturally aspirated (n/a) engine. Supercharging’s boost is constant and exponential. Turbocharging creates a lot of heat within the engine. Using a turbo consumes more gasoline. A turbocharged engines lifespan is shorter then a n/a engine because of the greater stress all the parts must endure.
**Right side of engine is the intake side, the left is the exhaust side**
1: Intake stroke. Vacuum created within cylinder pulls fuel mix into the combustion chamber.
2: Compression Stroke. Fuel mix is compressed by piston moving upward creating more potential energy within a smaller mix of fuel.
3: Power Stroke. Spark plug sparks causing the fuel mix to ignite forcing the piston downward.
4: Exhaust Stroke. Piston returns to the top of the engine pushing the exhaust gases out of the exhaust valve.
Things to note:
a. camshafts at the top of the engine, staying in time with the crankshaft, push the valves down on the appropriate stroke to allow transfer of gases.
b. 2 main parts of an engine are shown here: “Block”, bottom of the engine that houses the “rotating assembly” i.e. the piston, rod, and crankshaft. and the “Head”, top of the engine housing the valves, spark plug, and camshafts. The division can be seen at the bottom tips of the valves. (the thick horizontal line)
I did this write up :)
Can you imagine what it must have been like to race around in that motherfucker. Highreving V12 with open headers? SHIT…
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