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As with all MINI models, the wheels of the MINI Clubman are. pushed out to each corner of ... Nippy, dashing and with a generous helping of charisma, the MINI One Clubman is the antidote to ordinary. Thanks to its 1.6-litre, 95 hp engine with fully variable valve timing and its six-speed manual transmission, it’ll take every twist and turn in its agile stride. Technical Specification Engine Cylinders/valves 4/16 Displacement (cm₃) 1397 Stroke/bore (mm) 75.0/77.0 Max output (kW/bhp/rpm) 70/95/6000 Max torque (Nm/rpm) 140/4000 Wheels Tyre size front 175/65 R15 Tyre size rear 175/65 R15 Wheel size front 5.5J x 15” steel Wheel size rear 5.5J x 15” steel Performance Top speed (km/h) 185  Acceleration 0-100 km/h (sec) 11.1 [12.8] Acceleration 80-120 km/h in 4th (sec) 12.9 Dimensions (mm) Wheelbase 2547 Vehicle length 3937 Vehicle width 1683 Vehicle height 1426 Track, front 1459 Track, rear 1467
which directly measures engine airflow, and supports engine modifications ... Lincoln Aviator 4.6L DOHC 4V Engine Assembly. • Complete engine, from throttle body to oil ... • Retains stock 302 cu. in. displacement • 340 HP with M-6250-E303 camshaft, Ford Racing induction kit, headers, and a 65mm throttle body not included • 9.0:1 compression ratio (Nominal) • Ford Racing aluminum GT-40 cylinder heads M-6049-X303 and GT-40 valve train • Ford Racing high performance hydraulic roller camshaft M-6250-E303, roller lifters and standard rocker arms • Great for limited budgets. It’s the fast, easy way to add performance and reduce weight in high or low mileage vehicles • Fits kit cars, street rods, Mustangs, Fox-bodied cars, and trucks • Depending on your application, the timing cover and/or water pump, damper, oil pan and pick-up may need to be reused from your original engine
BMW X3 xDrive20d: Straight four-cylinder diesel engine with aluminium crankcase, turbocharger and Common Rail direct injection, displacement: 1,995 cc, power output: 135 kW/184 bhp at 4,000 rpm, max. torque: 380 Nm at 1,750 – 2,750 rpm, acceleration [0 – 100 km/h]: 8.5 seconds, top speed: 210 km/h, average fuel consumption according to EU: 5.6 litres/100 km, CO2 emission according to EU: 149 g/km, exhaust emission standard: EU5.
DMS first designed and manufactured the 50mm suspension system in 1990. Testing and tuning has continued and now has produced DMS's most successful product - the two-way adjustable damping shock absorber. This adjustable shock absorber has been used in production car motor sports. This DMS high performance 50mm shock absorber has one of the largest pistons available in a shock absorber in the world. This gives superior control, more precise tuning due to larger displacement and pressure areas and precise adjustment on bump and rebound independently. The larger the piston area the lower the internal operating pressures and temperatures. This provides higher damping capabilities which are necessary in severe rally or race competition. Compared to
Porsche’s 928 was positioned as a grand touring car during its production life from 1978 to 1995. Given the V8 motor’s high torque and design focus to high speed comfortable travel, over 80% of the series production were equipped with automatic transmissions. This article addresses a service precaution for a high percentage of 928s on the road today. Porsche’s 928 pioneered the use of a water cooled front engine and rear transaxle drivetrain. The engine and transaxle are connected by a solid torque tube with a driveshaft that runs at engine RPM. This design enabled the car to have a nearly 50% front - 50% rear weight displacement.
Buell® Ulysses™ XB12X MY07 Technical Specification: Engine Type Displacement Bore and Stroke Compression ratio Valves Valve adjustment Fuel system Exhaust Intake Power* Torque* Lubrication Oil filtration Air/oil/fan cooled, 4 stroke, 45° V-Twin 1203 cc 88.9 mm x 96.8 mm 10.0:1 OHV, two valves per cylinder Self adjusting 49 mm down draft DDFI II fuel injection Tuned, tri-pass resonance chamber with InterActive valve and mass-centralised mounting Zero resistance air box 100 hp / 101.4 PS / 74.6 kW @ 6600 rpm (EU Standard EC95/1)
Veneta Swimming Pool Conceptual Design Study Background In November of 2006, the Veneta Swimming Pool, was floated out of the ground due to the presence of groundwater during a period when the pool had been drained for maintenance. The displacement was sufficient to require replacement rather than repair of the pool tank. This situation provided the City of Veneta with both the need and opportunity to consider exactly how and with what the pool should be replaced. The existing pool, located on Broadway Street, at City Park was originally constructed in the 1960’s in order to serve citizens of the Veneta area. Pools constructed in small communities during this time period were often a reaction to a community demand for water safety training and summertime recreation for children. The resulting small trapezoid shaped pool was 1,925 sf in surface area, and provided a good mix of shallow water space, limited deep water for a diving board, and overall, enough space to serve recreational users. While not designed to serve competitive (age group swim club) swimming and lap swimming (due to the lack of a sanctioned competition length) it has nevertheless been used for such activities. The facility also includes a small pump house (original with the pool) and a separate bathhouse (added later). Neither are in good condition and should also be considered for replacement for long-term benefit.