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Welcome to da fuckin page! If you have questions relating to fire, aeronautics, firearms, or improvised explosives, message me!

I hope to join the USAF, and get a slot as a pilot, someday.

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#3081 - **truemox rolled image ** 06/02/2014 on This is going up your butt 0
#25 - I went right by that image. I was like, "yep, batman talk… 06/02/2014 on sorry i meant "asdfghjklZX" +1
#3601 - **truemox rolled image ** 05/28/2014 on *roll picture* 0
#11 - 10/10  [+] (1 new reply) 05/27/2014 on Desperation You Think +1
#15 - inept (05/27/2014) [-]
9/9
#11 - Someone using imperial units for mass.  [+] (2 new replies) 05/27/2014 on Feels good to be skinny, bro 0
#46 - kez (05/27/2014) [-]
I England we use stone and sometimes Kg.
User avatar #12 - boomerpyro (05/27/2014) [-]
well he IS chubbi
#878 - Hot damn. SF Bay Area HIV Negative. 05/27/2014 on Gay for admin 0
#877 - **truemox rolls 88**  [+] (1 new reply) 05/27/2014 on Gay for admin 0
User avatar #878 - truemox (05/27/2014) [-]
Hot damn.

SF Bay Area

HIV Negative.
#29 - Picture 05/26/2014 on why blindfolded? 0
#54 - Taofledermaus up in this bitch!  [+] (2 new replies) 05/26/2014 on Youtube at it's best +6
#64 - zaiopeperse (05/26/2014) [-]
Taofledermaus is the bee's knees
#75 - volksworgen (05/26/2014) [-]
Hell yea motherfucker.
#127 - Thanks dude. Best of luck with your future endeavors too. 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. +1
#126 - Yup, just found the same thing. Funny that Lycoming made it, I…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. +1
User avatar #129 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Anytime dude.
#122 - I'll check. I think this part came out of the Tucson boneyard,…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. 0
User avatar #124 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Link in #123
#119 - Yep, working on my private pilot license. With luck, I'll have…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. 0
User avatar #125 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Hell yeah good luck my man
User avatar #127 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Thanks dude. Best of luck with your future endeavors too.
#117 - Nah, I bought this one in a gift shop. Oh well, I wasn't expec…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. 0
User avatar #126 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yup, just found the same thing. Funny that Lycoming made it, I was expecting P&W.

Also, 100 bucks is a damn ripoff. I bought mine for $6!

Thanks dude!
User avatar #129 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Anytime dude.
User avatar #121 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
If i remember correctly, i believe the top number is the part number, and bottom is serial. If its the same as military.
User avatar #122 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
I'll check. I think this part came out of the Tucson boneyard, so it might indeed be military.
User avatar #124 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Link in #123
#114 - Nah, it's an FAA certified plane, so you need certified mechan…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. 0
User avatar #116 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Ah i hear ya man. So what are you doing in it, lessons?
User avatar #119 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yep, working on my private pilot license. With luck, I'll have it soon.
User avatar #125 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Hell yeah good luck my man
User avatar #127 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Thanks dude. Best of luck with your future endeavors too.
#111 - Sidenote: maybe you can identify a turbine peice for me. A sta…  [+] (9 new replies) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. +1
User avatar #115 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Without an IPB of the engine man, I cant really help ya. You can get in contact woth cessna or lyndhyrst and they will be able to get the part number.
User avatar #118 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Lycoming even. Or whoever the current manufacturer is.
User avatar #117 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Nah, I bought this one in a gift shop. Oh well, I wasn't expecting much.

I dug up the packaging it came in, which says:

2840-839-6776
VANE
1 EACH
F4 1608-67-A-3234-YYXL
A 7/10


I don't know if that is of significance.
User avatar #126 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yup, just found the same thing. Funny that Lycoming made it, I was expecting P&W.

Also, 100 bucks is a damn ripoff. I bought mine for $6!

Thanks dude!
User avatar #129 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Anytime dude.
User avatar #121 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
If i remember correctly, i believe the top number is the part number, and bottom is serial. If its the same as military.
User avatar #122 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
I'll check. I think this part came out of the Tucson boneyard, so it might indeed be military.
User avatar #124 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Link in #123
#110 - I don't. I have oil temp and pres, and RPM.  [+] (1 new reply) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. 0
User avatar #113 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Look at #112 man, i was typing as you posted lol
#108 - Buddy, I fly a C-152 with a Lycoming O-235 in it. No…  [+] (9 new replies) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. 0
User avatar #112 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Just had a look outta curiosity (im basic with civ aircraft)

Piston engine driven propeller. Makes more sense.
Cool tho, you do your own repairs?
User avatar #114 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Nah, it's an FAA certified plane, so you need certified mechanics. Besides, I rent it.
User avatar #116 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Ah i hear ya man. So what are you doing in it, lessons?
User avatar #119 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yep, working on my private pilot license. With luck, I'll have it soon.
User avatar #125 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Hell yeah good luck my man
User avatar #127 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Thanks dude. Best of luck with your future endeavors too.
User avatar #109 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Then how are you getting any engine readings or anything?
User avatar #110 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
I don't. I have oil temp and pres, and RPM.
User avatar #113 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Look at #112 man, i was typing as you posted lol
#43 - That is an excellent reaction image. Today has been an outstan…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/25/2014 on Outmanuvered +1
User avatar #47 - metalguitarest (05/25/2014) [-]
Gunnery sergeant*
#106 - Yeah, the thing that stops compressor stalls. I see why that w…  [+] (21 new replies) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. 0
User avatar #107 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Well things vary from manufacturer and engine type. Example being is that im familiar with the P&W F-220 turbofan engine, as well as the F-100 and F-110. My guess is that this aircraft has a GE on it, that has a similar build, minus the 13 compression stages and augmentor. And even them, youve got to have something reading back tempurature, rpm, compression, oil pressure, etc to the cabin, so theres a computer somewhere. Maybe its wired into your avionics package?
#111 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Sidenote: maybe you can identify a turbine peice for me. A stator vane that the part number wore off before I wrote it down. If it's any help, I bought it at Pima Air Museum in Tucson, Right next to Davis Monthan AFB and the AAMRG.
User avatar #115 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Without an IPB of the engine man, I cant really help ya. You can get in contact woth cessna or lyndhyrst and they will be able to get the part number.
User avatar #118 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Lycoming even. Or whoever the current manufacturer is.
User avatar #117 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Nah, I bought this one in a gift shop. Oh well, I wasn't expecting much.

I dug up the packaging it came in, which says:

2840-839-6776
VANE
1 EACH
F4 1608-67-A-3234-YYXL
A 7/10


I don't know if that is of significance.
User avatar #126 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yup, just found the same thing. Funny that Lycoming made it, I was expecting P&W.

Also, 100 bucks is a damn ripoff. I bought mine for $6!

Thanks dude!
User avatar #129 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Anytime dude.
User avatar #121 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
If i remember correctly, i believe the top number is the part number, and bottom is serial. If its the same as military.
User avatar #122 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
I'll check. I think this part came out of the Tucson boneyard, so it might indeed be military.
User avatar #124 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Link in #123
User avatar #108 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Buddy, I fly a C-152 with a Lycoming O-235 in it.

No. Electronics.
User avatar #112 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Just had a look outta curiosity (im basic with civ aircraft)

Piston engine driven propeller. Makes more sense.
Cool tho, you do your own repairs?
User avatar #114 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Nah, it's an FAA certified plane, so you need certified mechanics. Besides, I rent it.
User avatar #116 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Ah i hear ya man. So what are you doing in it, lessons?
User avatar #119 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yep, working on my private pilot license. With luck, I'll have it soon.
User avatar #125 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Hell yeah good luck my man
User avatar #127 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Thanks dude. Best of luck with your future endeavors too.
User avatar #109 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Then how are you getting any engine readings or anything?
User avatar #110 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
I don't. I have oil temp and pres, and RPM.
User avatar #113 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Look at #112 man, i was typing as you posted lol
#103 - Oh. I thought you managed to see them. Yeah, I'm pre…  [+] (23 new replies) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. 0
User avatar #104 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
I mean i see where quite a few should be at, example being 2 safety wires on the brown box in the center, but its so grainy that youd just have to believe me on this. Not sure the name of it, on F-15E its the EEC/DEEC. Basically the computer that montors the engine.
User avatar #106 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yeah, the thing that stops compressor stalls. I see why that would be important to have bolted on.

On the other hand, the cessna I fly has no engine electronics at all and it works fine.
User avatar #107 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Well things vary from manufacturer and engine type. Example being is that im familiar with the P&W F-220 turbofan engine, as well as the F-100 and F-110. My guess is that this aircraft has a GE on it, that has a similar build, minus the 13 compression stages and augmentor. And even them, youve got to have something reading back tempurature, rpm, compression, oil pressure, etc to the cabin, so theres a computer somewhere. Maybe its wired into your avionics package?
#111 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Sidenote: maybe you can identify a turbine peice for me. A stator vane that the part number wore off before I wrote it down. If it's any help, I bought it at Pima Air Museum in Tucson, Right next to Davis Monthan AFB and the AAMRG.
User avatar #115 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Without an IPB of the engine man, I cant really help ya. You can get in contact woth cessna or lyndhyrst and they will be able to get the part number.
User avatar #118 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Lycoming even. Or whoever the current manufacturer is.
User avatar #117 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Nah, I bought this one in a gift shop. Oh well, I wasn't expecting much.

I dug up the packaging it came in, which says:

2840-839-6776
VANE
1 EACH
F4 1608-67-A-3234-YYXL
A 7/10


I don't know if that is of significance.
User avatar #126 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yup, just found the same thing. Funny that Lycoming made it, I was expecting P&W.

Also, 100 bucks is a damn ripoff. I bought mine for $6!

Thanks dude!
User avatar #129 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Anytime dude.
User avatar #121 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
If i remember correctly, i believe the top number is the part number, and bottom is serial. If its the same as military.
User avatar #122 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
I'll check. I think this part came out of the Tucson boneyard, so it might indeed be military.
User avatar #124 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Link in #123
User avatar #108 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Buddy, I fly a C-152 with a Lycoming O-235 in it.

No. Electronics.
User avatar #112 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Just had a look outta curiosity (im basic with civ aircraft)

Piston engine driven propeller. Makes more sense.
Cool tho, you do your own repairs?
User avatar #114 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Nah, it's an FAA certified plane, so you need certified mechanics. Besides, I rent it.
User avatar #116 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Ah i hear ya man. So what are you doing in it, lessons?
User avatar #119 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yep, working on my private pilot license. With luck, I'll have it soon.
User avatar #125 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Hell yeah good luck my man
User avatar #127 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Thanks dude. Best of luck with your future endeavors too.
User avatar #109 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Then how are you getting any engine readings or anything?
User avatar #110 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
I don't. I have oil temp and pres, and RPM.
User avatar #113 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Look at #112 man, i was typing as you posted lol
#95 - I'm not really worried about FOD here, as I assume the cowling…  [+] (25 new replies) 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. 0
User avatar #100 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Its really just kinda implied, being and engine and all surely there will be quite a few
User avatar #103 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Oh. I thought you managed to see them.

Yeah, I'm pretty sure the structure of the engine is fine.
User avatar #104 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
I mean i see where quite a few should be at, example being 2 safety wires on the brown box in the center, but its so grainy that youd just have to believe me on this. Not sure the name of it, on F-15E its the EEC/DEEC. Basically the computer that montors the engine.
User avatar #106 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yeah, the thing that stops compressor stalls. I see why that would be important to have bolted on.

On the other hand, the cessna I fly has no engine electronics at all and it works fine.
User avatar #107 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Well things vary from manufacturer and engine type. Example being is that im familiar with the P&W F-220 turbofan engine, as well as the F-100 and F-110. My guess is that this aircraft has a GE on it, that has a similar build, minus the 13 compression stages and augmentor. And even them, youve got to have something reading back tempurature, rpm, compression, oil pressure, etc to the cabin, so theres a computer somewhere. Maybe its wired into your avionics package?
#111 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Sidenote: maybe you can identify a turbine peice for me. A stator vane that the part number wore off before I wrote it down. If it's any help, I bought it at Pima Air Museum in Tucson, Right next to Davis Monthan AFB and the AAMRG.
User avatar #115 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Without an IPB of the engine man, I cant really help ya. You can get in contact woth cessna or lyndhyrst and they will be able to get the part number.
User avatar #118 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Lycoming even. Or whoever the current manufacturer is.
User avatar #117 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Nah, I bought this one in a gift shop. Oh well, I wasn't expecting much.

I dug up the packaging it came in, which says:

2840-839-6776
VANE
1 EACH
F4 1608-67-A-3234-YYXL
A 7/10


I don't know if that is of significance.
User avatar #126 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yup, just found the same thing. Funny that Lycoming made it, I was expecting P&W.

Also, 100 bucks is a damn ripoff. I bought mine for $6!

Thanks dude!
User avatar #129 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Anytime dude.
User avatar #121 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
If i remember correctly, i believe the top number is the part number, and bottom is serial. If its the same as military.
User avatar #122 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
I'll check. I think this part came out of the Tucson boneyard, so it might indeed be military.
User avatar #124 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Link in #123
User avatar #108 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Buddy, I fly a C-152 with a Lycoming O-235 in it.

No. Electronics.
User avatar #112 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Just had a look outta curiosity (im basic with civ aircraft)

Piston engine driven propeller. Makes more sense.
Cool tho, you do your own repairs?
User avatar #114 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Nah, it's an FAA certified plane, so you need certified mechanics. Besides, I rent it.
User avatar #116 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Ah i hear ya man. So what are you doing in it, lessons?
User avatar #119 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Yep, working on my private pilot license. With luck, I'll have it soon.
User avatar #125 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Hell yeah good luck my man
User avatar #127 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
Thanks dude. Best of luck with your future endeavors too.
User avatar #109 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Then how are you getting any engine readings or anything?
User avatar #110 - truemox (05/25/2014) [-]
I don't. I have oil temp and pres, and RPM.
User avatar #113 - xchaosreaperx (05/25/2014) [-]
Look at #112 man, i was typing as you posted lol
#94 - Just the cowling. Somebody forgot to latch it after Mx was done. 05/25/2014 on No thanks. I'll walk. +1
#64 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 05/24/2014 on Tarding intensifies +6
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#88 - A cape with magnetic clasps that break away at 30 lbs of force.  [+] (9 new replies) 05/24/2014 on No Frapes! +45
#101 - dross (05/24/2014) [-]
User avatar #94 - kanatana (05/24/2014) [-]
I agree with flyinjoo. For any super flying at speeds over the sound barrier, 30 pounds wouldn't be enough. That said, 30 pounds of pressure on a fairly small area (say, the size of a quarter) isn't really much at all. Hell, a child could yank that thing off. If it was ramped up to, say, 150 pounds of pressure, that would be more realistic-- they would be able to keep it on regularly, but it would fall off if yanked hard enough to debilitate the super.
User avatar #106 - flyinjoo (05/24/2014) [-]
Let's face it, capes are really just for show (unless you're Batman who uses it for concealment and scare tactics) so they're not really necessary. Gotta agree with Edna here.
User avatar #107 - kanatana (05/24/2014) [-]
True. On top of that, though, it's usually bulletproof, fireproof, and he can occasionally use it to glide. He's very utilitarian like that.
User avatar #108 - flyinjoo (05/24/2014) [-]
Yup. No powers so he has to improvise and he did it right.
On that note: daFUQ are superheroes' clothes made of?
Flash can run at the speed of sound and his clothes don't disintegrate.
Superman can take bullets and fly at ridiculous speeds, no damage to suit.
Hulk goes Hulk but pants survive.
Only exception is Martian Manhunter because he can go intangible.
User avatar #109 - kanatana (05/24/2014) [-]
In order: The Flash (every man who's taken up the mantle, actually) taps into an energy field that allows them to move at speeds phenomenally faster than humanly feasible. They can literally move faster than light at will and travel through time, occasionally with pinpoint accuracy. This energy, this "Speed Force", enhances their body and makes them resistant to all of the friction, inertial, and thermal issues you'd expect from super speed. If it didn't, he'd have rain-drop shaped holes in his torso the first time he'd try to run through a sprinkler.

Since about 1986 up on through the New 52, it's generally been accepted that Superman's strength comes from two different sources: His astonishingly mighty body, and an energy field that surrounds him and that he can unconsciously channel into objects so that he could lift them. That's how he can support airplanes from one spot on the outer hull when they weren't even remotely designed to be suspended like that. He's cheating, wrapping them in energy to simulate strength and holding them up like that.

Using that same principle, his body and clothing close enough to his skin is wrapped around a protective aura a fraction of a millimeter thick. Of course, forces and explosions strong enough to break through this little shield come around all the time, but it's difficult as hell to actually destroy his clothes.

As far as the Hulk goes, that's easy. Depending on the writer of the comic he's in, he gets his pants from Richard Reed, AKA Mister Fantastic. See, Reed developed a material created out of "unstable particles" which basically means that they can be easily adapted, are only destroyed through great difficulty, and can fit the form of anybody. Hulk's pants are (usually) made of the same material as Fantastic's suits, being stretchy and shit, and shrinking down to human size when he cools off.

Any questions?
User avatar #110 - flyinjoo (05/24/2014) [-]
Just 1: you didn't answer what Flash's clothes are made of.
I knew about the sources of Flash's and Superman's powers (great explanations, though) but not about their clothes.
User avatar #112 - kanatana (05/24/2014) [-]
Ah, sorry. I thought I was more concise than that.

Again, it really depends on the writer, but it's split between the Flash's uniform being a super-friction resistant material that can keep up with him, or it being normal cotton or polyester or whatever that is protected from the damages of super speed by the Speed Force itself, the same as Superman's energy field.

Speaking of Superman, his first costume was made by his mother in Smallville out of blankets that traveled with him from Krypton. Since they were from the planet, same as Clark, they were super strong and nearly indestructible as well. It's been noted that she spent quite a bit of time unraveling the things because she couldn't cut them, just so she could resew them into his uniform. After that, he had been seen creating backup uniforms in the Fortress of Solitude using Kryptonian technology and materials, so that they would have the same degree of durability.
User avatar #90 - flyinjoo (05/24/2014) [-]
Gotta be some pretty strong magnets if you can fly at supersonic speeds.
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The **** are you doing, son?
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