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#46 - Idris Elba is being cast as Roland in the upcoming Dark Tower …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/19/2016 on White racism 0
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#51 - thunderfap (05/19/2016) [-]
They're actually making those? Fuck's sake. I thought we agreed a long time ago that was never to be done.
#997 - **reduxalicious used "*roll picture*"** **reduxalicious rol… 05/08/2016 on ROLL for your sexuality 0
#85 - I laughed way too hard at this. 04/11/2016 on /pol/ on black Queenz +4
#106 - The Ford Model-T had a 2.9 L I4 making all of 20 HP and 89 lb…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/09/2016 on Comp O' Hernie 0
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#107 - thefuriousfish (04/09/2016) [-]
So, you're saying that it is impossible for the car industry to change focus from faster engines with the same fuel efficiency as it is now. To a focus on the same or less power with a much higher fuel efficiency. Because I think it is more than possible.
#52 - As a Marine Engineer, the Model-T one hurts my head...  [+] (3 new replies) 04/08/2016 on Comp O' Hernie 0
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#78 - thefuriousfish (04/08/2016) [-]
How exactly? He's saying that there is a problem and we need to actually focus on fuel efficiency for once. Doesn't take a genius to work out.
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#106 - reduxalicious (04/09/2016) [-]
The Ford Model-T had a 2.9 L I4 making all of 20 HP and 89 lb·ft- with a Red-line at 2000 RPM's with a top speed of 47 MPH in a vehicle that weighed 1200 pounds and gets 13-21 MPG Giving the vehicle a Power to Weight Ratio of 0.0166666667.


Compare it to a Ford Escape which has a 2.5 L I4 making 165 HP and 170 lb·ft - with a Red-Line around 9000 RPM's with a top speed of 100 MPH (electronically governed) in a vehicle that weighs 3,431 and gets 22-29 MPG giving the vehicle a power to weight ratio of 0.0495482367.


That's a simple comparison, The Engines today that are making the 13-21 MPG are Engines in the 3.5-6.2 L range and are all making 350+ HP and 350+ lb·ft, pushing vehicles that all weigh 3000 + Pounds.


Apparently it does take a Genius, that argument is gasping for straws from the average joe who doesn't know a thing about Engineering or Engines.
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#107 - thefuriousfish (04/09/2016) [-]
So, you're saying that it is impossible for the car industry to change focus from faster engines with the same fuel efficiency as it is now. To a focus on the same or less power with a much higher fuel efficiency. Because I think it is more than possible.
#271 - Not being a smart ass, but. If you get a chance go to… 02/28/2016 on internet melts your brain 0
#269 - So then explain when you're on the Ocean and you spot ships on… 02/28/2016 on internet melts your brain 0
#11 - Sanders would be busy yelling at the iceberg about income ineq… 02/16/2016 on ship of state +9
#58 - Their issue was the Captain didn't issue a full ahead order, h… 01/30/2016 on Hah -1
#32 - I mean, it was also the early 2000's CGI especially children's… 01/30/2016 on Jimmy Nutrin 0
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