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New Product Wiseco 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa Piston Kits Motorcycle Features Benefits • Dedicated forging.................................• Light weight / Superior strength • Hi-Compression....................................• Maximum torque and throttle response • Dome design.........................................• Improved flame travel • Chrome plated piston pin.....................• Reduced friction / Scuff resistance • Horizontal slot pin oiling.......................• Reduced friction / Scuff resistance • Pressure seal groove.............................• Maximum ring seal • Dedicated rings.....................................• Maximum compression and oil control • Skirt coated. .........................................• Reduced friction and quiet operation . • Experience............................................• 65 years as the industry leader in forged piston technology Kits come complete with pistons, rings, piston pins, and circlips. Prices (USD): Kits 1340cc, 1407cc: $677.06, 1441cc: $767.80 Suzuki Hayabusa 2008 Kit includes pistons (4), rings (4), piston pins (4), and circlips (4). 1340cc 3.189” or 81mm Standard Bore Stroke- 65mm CK203 13.5:1 Cylinder deglazing required. Piston: 4965M08100 Rings: 3189XG Piston pin: S600 Retainer Clips: CW18 Optional Spring Steel Head Gasket: W6028 1407cc 3.268” or 83mm 2mm oversize Stroke- 65mm CK204 13.5:1 Cylinder boring and replating required. Piston: 4965M08300 Rings: 8300XX Piston pin: S600 Retainer Clips: CW18 Optional Spring Steel Head Gasket: W5784 1441cc 3.307” or 84mm 3mm oversize Stroke- 65mm CK205 13.5:1 Cylinder boring and replating required. Piston: 4965M08400 Rings: 8400XX Piston pin: S600 Retainer Clips: CW18 Head Gasket: W5976 Also Available for the 2008 Hayabusa: Stock 9.5:1 Compression turbo pistons: 4968M Series Flat top 84mm piston: 4969M08400 Copyright© 2008 Wiseco Piston Co., Inc. • 7201 Industrial Park Blvd. • Mentor, OH 44060-5396 • 440-951-6600 • Fax: 440-951-6606 • www.wiseco.com 2008 Powersports PR.indd 15 6/9/09 10:15:35 AM
When you start your MacBook Air for the first time, Setup Assistant will help you get going. Just follow a few simple steps to quickly connect to your Wi-Fi network, transfer your stuff from another Mac or a PC, and create a user account for your Mac. You’ll also be able to log in with your Apple ID. This will allow you to shop the App Store, iTunes Store, and Apple Online Store. It will let you keep in touch using Messages and FaceTime. And it will let you access iCloud, which is automatically set up on your Mac in apps like Mail, Contacts, and Calendar. If you don’t have an Apple ID, you can create one in Setup Assistant. It’s easy to move files like documents, email, photos, music, and movies to your new Mac from another Mac or a PC. The first time you start your new Mac, it will walk you through the process step by step. All you have to do is follow the onscreen instructions. Multi-Touch gestures You can do a lot of things on your MacBook Air using simple gestures on the trackpad. Here are some of the most popular ones. Get to know your desktop The desktop is where you can find everything and do anything on your Mac. The Dock at the bottom of the screen is a handy place to keep the apps you use most. It’s also where you can open System Preferences, which lets you customize your desktop and other settings on your Mac. Click the Finder icon to quickly get to all your files and folders. The menu bar at the top has lots of useful information about your Mac. To check the status of your wireless Internet connection, click the Wi-Fi icon. Your Mac automatically connects to the network you chose during setup. Click Press down anywhere on the trackpad to click. Or, with Tap to Click enabled, simply tap the surface. Double click Press down two times anywhere on the trackpad. Or, with Tap to Click enabled, double-tap the surface. Pinch to zoom Zoom in and out of photos and web pages more precisely by pinching your thumb and finger. Rotate Turn your thumb and finger clockwise or counterclockwise to rotate an image. Power button Secondary click (right click) Click with two fingers to open shortcut menus. Or, with Tap to Click enabled, tap two fingers anywhere. Quick Start Guide MagSafe 2 power connector Multi-Touch trackpad Menu bar Help menu Two-finger scroll Brush two fingers along the trackpad to scroll in any direction—up, down, or sideways. Switch between full-screen apps Swipe with three fingers to move from one full-screen app to another. View Mission Control Swipe up with three fingers to see every open window on your Mac. Swipe to navigate Swipe with two fingers to flip through web pages, documents, and more.
Built-in FaceTime camera Make video calls to the latest iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac. Thunderbolt high-speed I/O Connect high-performance devices and displays. Help Center facetime Help Center thunderbolt MacBook Air Click anywhere Pinch to zoom Multi-Touch trackpad Use gestures like these to control your Mac. Help Center gestures Rotate images Scroll up or down Swipe between full-screen apps View Mission Control OS X Lion www.apple.com/macosx Launchpad Instant access to all your apps in one place. Full screen Make apps full screen with a click. Help Center mission control Help Center launchpad Help Center full screen Mail Group your messages by conversations. iPhoto Organize, edit, and share your photos. iMovie Turn home videos into home blockbusters. GarageBand Create greatsounding songs with ease. Help Center mail iPhoto Help photos iMovie Help movie GarageBand Help record Help Center mac app store LO F R O C A EL UP Mac App Store The best way to discover and download Mac apps. M H Mission Control A bird’s-eye view of what’s running on your Mac.
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Getting Started with a ‘blank’ desk To erase all memories in the desk, and return it to its factory settings, hold the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] switch while turning on the power, and choose the INITIALIZE option. (You don’t need to do this if you have just unpacked the product from its box for the ﬁrst time)! To start from blank settings without erasing the memories, just recall SCENE 00. To do this, use the SCENE MEMORY Up-Arrow/Down-Arrow switches to select Scene ‘00’ and then press [RECALL]. All the faders will then move down and all the mixing functions set to their default status. Understanding the Rear Panel and Top Connectors All the analog input connectors are at the back of the top panel. The analog outputs and digital I/O are found on the rear panel. They include: Rear Panel Monitor Out with Jacks, for connecting to powered monitor speakers (or an amp for powering passive speakers) ADAT optical 8-channel Digital Input and Output (for multi-track recorder or computer sound card, for example). 4 ‘OMNI’ analog outputs with Jacks Main Stereo Output with XLRs 2-Track Digital Out and In (for Mini-Disc/DAT, for example) 1 option slot for expansion Other connectors on the rear panel are for various control and sync functions. For example, the WORD CLOCK connectors are for synchronizing with other digital audio devices, the MIDI ports are for communicating with other musical instruments (such as keyboards) and the USB port is for connecting to a computer running Yamaha Studio Manager software and some DAW software such as Steinberg Cubase SX.
Surround Sound Speakers Z906 Hear every detail, all around you—in theatre-quality 5.1 sound. • 500 watts (RMS) of power • THX® Certified • Digital decoding • Multiple inputs • Dolby® Digital and DTS™ decoding Logitech® Surround Sound Speakers Z906—hear every detail, all around you, in theatre-quality sound. 500 watts (RMS) of thunderous audio turns any night into opening night. THX® Certification gives you quality you can count on, while onboard 5.1 digital decoding immerses you in your favourite movies as you hear every detail of Dolby® Digital or DTS™ encoded soundtracks in surround sound—from the roar of the crowd to the footsteps right behind you. You can connect up to six components simultaneously, including your TV, Blu-ray™/DVD player, DVR, Xbox 360®, PLAYSTATION®3, Wii®, iPod® and stereo. With its easy-to-read display and easy-to-stack design, the control console fits right in with the home-entertainment setup in your living room. And a wireless remote lets you control your listening experience without ever getting off the couch. System Requirements • Computers, music players, TVs, Blu-ray™/DVD players and other audio sources with digital optical, digital coaxial, RCA audio or 3.5 mm out • PlayStation®2, PLAYSTATION®3, Xbox 360® or Wii® ™ using the AV cable that comes with your console Logitech® Surround Sound Speakers Z906 Package specifications Primary Pack Master Shipper Carton Part # EU 980-000468 n/a Bar Code 5099206023536 (EAN-13) 50992060235308 (SCC-14) Part # UK 980-000469 n/a Bar Code 5099206023543 (EAN-13) 50992060235407 (SCC-14) Weight 16’619.5 g 17.880 kg...
On all used electronic control modules (ECM) or also known as electronic control units (ECU) will have a 90 day replacement warranty. On all re- manufactured ECM's will have a 1 year replacement warranty. We ship UPS Ground unless other shipping services specified and only charge their going rates. No additional handling charges are added.
American consumers always appreciate flavorful produce but they are often disappointed by the tasteless produce typically available in retail stores. The producers and produce chains unfortunately consider yield (productivity) and produce appearance higher priorities than flavor. For them, one challenge is that flavor is a difficult factor to control in traditional farming systems, as it is largely affected by cultivation procedures, environmental conditions as well as cultivars (genetic make-up). Here I am presenting ‘hydroponics’ as an opportunity to guarantee both high yields as well as consistently good flavor, plus a bonus opportunity of increasing health promoting bioactive compounds. Achieving high yields in hydroponic tomato production: Greenhouse food production in the U.S. was negligible until the late 1980s, compared to more traditional open-field production. During 1990s, greenhouse hydroponic food production (particularly tomato) increased rapidly. In the U.S., introduction of greenhouse hydroponics (soilless culture) has been the most successful for tomato, as nearly 40% of tomatoes available in U.S. retail stores are from North American greenhouses (Cook and Calvin, 2005). Recently a new growers association (NAGHVG) was formed in North America to promote the high quality, low use of pesticides, and safety of the hydroponically grown tomato, showing that greenhouse soilless production is a significant means of fresh tomato production in North America. Hydroponic tomato greenhouse is now approaching yields as high as 100 kg/m2 per year (or 405 ton/acre per year), more than 20 times greater yields than those in open fields.
Use of greenhouse cultures accompanied by new techniques such as soilless or hydroponic culture on the one hand improves suitable control of plants nutrition and on the other hand it has created a great progress in greenhouse productions. In order to greenhouse tomato cultivar of Hamra was cultured in a hydroponic system and effect of micronutrients different levels was studied on it. The experiment design was as randomized complete block with five treatments and four replications. Experimental treatments were included: Lack of micronutrients application, Full application of sulfate manganese (4.06 mg/lit), Full application of sulfate zinc (4.42 mg/lit), 50% sulfate manganese (2.03 mg/lit) + 50% sulfate zinc (2.21 mg/lit) and Full application of sulfate manganese + Full application of sulfate zinc. The results showed that the highest fresh fruit yield, fruit dry matter percentage and content of Mn and Zn in fruit obtained from full application Mn, Zn and Mn + Zn. However micronutrients different levels had significantly effect on content of nitrogen, but they haven’t significantly effect on fruit size of tomato. Key words: Micronutrients, Tomato, Hydroponic culture, Yield.
Greenhouse Tomato Production Practices Robert G. Anderson, Extension Horticulture Specialist Tomatoes have been grown in greenhouses for nearly 100 years. For this reason, there are many techniques for growing tomatoes in a greenhouse and there is more written about greenhouse tomatoes than any other greenhouse crop. Additionally, hydroponics was developed for greenhouse tomato production, so there can be many complicated steps to the production of tomato fruit in a greenhouse. There is no single BEST way to grow greenhouse tomatoes; many ways are successful. An individual grower must experience tomato production, in order to determine the best and economic techniques in his or her greenhouse. This publication is a general summary of greenhouse tomato practices. It is highly recommended that the reader obtain the publications listed below to get a more thorough view of greenhouse tomato production, hydroponics and the production of other vegetables in the greenhouse. Light and Temperature Control -Tomatoes are a warm season vegetable crop. They grow best under conditions of high light and warm temperatures (summer conditions).