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Old 11-30-2011, 06:12 PM
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New "Pentastar V6" production at the Chrysler Group Trenton South Engine Plant

ItaliaspeedTV - New "Pentastar V6" production at the Chrysler Group Trenton South Engine Plant - YouTube

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Old 11-30-2011, 06:26 PM   #2
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I also found this one about the New Transmission mated to the Pentastar!

Chrysler Turbo Encabulator - YouTube

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Old 12-01-2011, 04:07 AM   #3
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That is some funny s**t. I could not stop laughing.
Great reply!
Now I have to go calibrate my Dingle Arm before I stroke my Turbo Encabulator.

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There are a couple different versions of that video, but this is the best version, IMHO. Gladmyou all enjoyed it.
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Old 12-01-2011, 07:51 PM   #6
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Wait till I show 'em this at work...

Fantastic.
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I see an april 1st lecture in vehicle dynamics this year, every one should be learning how to fit the marzel vains properly into the lunar wain shaft to effectively prevent side fumbling...I cant believe I am just learning this now!
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Side fumbling is a real problem...it can be over come, though! Don't give up! You'll get it. =)

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This is the version that Rockwell tried to produce for Chrysler...but I think near the end of the video there is a confirmation that the costs were a bit prohibitive and the project ultimately failed...
Don't let the high school math throw you...

Rockwell Turbo Encabulator Version 2 - YouTube

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I see an april 1st lecture in vehicle dynamics this year, every one should be learning how to fit the marzel vains properly into the lunar wain shaft to effectively prevent side fumbling...I cant believe I am just learning this now!
as seen on k9videos.dog, the lunar wain shaft is only employed during the 4th quarter of the third Jupiter moon, so side fumbling is essentially a non-problem.
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It's a non-problem NOW, but when I was just starting out I almost lost the first job I ever had because of side fumbling.
I looked up, pieces in my hands, to see the boss bearing down on me and the entire Framis team behind him laughing their asses off!

Talk about sigmoid rumbling below the belt line!

They couldn't have fixed that soon enough. When I see the old restored ones at shows I have to shake my head and walk away.
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Sinusoidal deplanneration is the other problem the comes up quite often. I've heard proper use of a netti pot after river crossings can help remedy that. Never tried it though...=)

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