Fast and Furious 6 Runway Length

How long is the runway in fast and furious 6? There is a 13 minute chase scene in Fast and Furious Six following an Antonov AN 124 as it travels down the runway chased after by Brian O’Conner, Dominic Toretto, and the rest of the Fast and Furious crew. But with 13 minutes of movie scenes on a runway, just how long is the runway?

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AC Motor – Explained

What is an AC motor? How do AC motors work? How do electric cars move? This video explains how AC motors work, using a simplified example which uses a permanent magnet as the rotor. AC motors are popular due to their efficiency, and how they require virtually no maintenance since there are no contact points within the assembly (brushes). AC motors are more popular than DC motors due to these advantages, and are becoming more prevalent in the automotive industry.

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Radiators – Explained

How do radiators work? How a radiator works and how a radiator helps in the process of cooling your engine. The entire engine cooling process is explained.

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Torque Is NOT How Far You Move The Wall

“Horsepower is how fast you hit the wall, torque is how far you move the wall.” Horsepower vs Torque (Actually Explained) – https://youtu.be/u-MH4sf5xkY EE Shirts! – http://bit.ly/2BHsiuo Recommended Books & Car Products – http://amzn.to/2BrekJm Subscribe for new videos every Wednesday! – https://goo.gl/VZstk7

If you’ve ever tried to understand the difference between horsepower and torque, you’ve likely come across this silly expression: “Horsepower is how fast you hit the wall, torque is how far you take the wall with you.” And while I created a video without the use of bad analogies to explain the difference between the power and torque (https://youtu.be/u-MH4sf5xkY), the comments were flooded with the inaccurate meme anyways.

Unfortunately horsepower and torque shouldn’t be oversimplified to a short analogy, even if neither of them are all that difficult to understand individually. In this video we’ll analyze the expression, and discuss exactly why it is inaccurate, what a more accurate analogy would be, and hopefully clear up additional misconceptions about power and torque through the use of dyno plots and a comparison between a diesel engine with lots of torque, versus a gasoline engine with not much power.… READ THE REST

2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro – Off Road And Track Review

Off-road and track testing the 2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro. This is a pickup from Toyota, featuring a 5.7L V8 engine producing 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque, which I’ll be comparing to the Ford F150, the GMC Canyon, and the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel. Starting with the drawbacks, the Tundra is easily the least fuel efficient. With a combined rating of 15 mpg, it’s 5 mpg less than the next lowest competitor, and it’s highway rating is 10 mpg worse than the Ram. It’s by far the heaviest of the group, at just over 5600 lbs, and was more expensive than the Ford or GMC. That said, it offered the highest ground clearance at 10.6 inches, the second best towing capacity at 9800 lbs, and was the most powerful truck in the group. It’s also the most orange truck tested.

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Replacing a Thermostat – Acura Integra

How to replace a thermostat on an Acura Integra. In this video I swap out a broken thermostat for a new one on my 1999 Acura Integra LS. This is the B18B1 engine, but this procedure should be very similar for most 4 cylinder Honda engines around this time frame.

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Viscous Limited Slip Differential – Explained

How do viscous limited slip differentials work? Viscous limited slip differentials use a viscous coupling that allows for torque to transfer to the wheel with more grip. It is an alternative method to a clutch pack differential, though by design it is not as effective at locking the two driveshafts.

NOTE: Regarding the annotation at 2:30. I misspoke here. What happens is the right driveshaft and differential housing will both be rotating. Because the pinion gears are also rotating (green gears) around the left driveshaft gear, the right driveshaft gear will have to rotate faster than the differential housing. So, the right side of the diff will be attempting to decelerate the right driveshaft (or accelerate the diff housing) once it breaks free, while simultaneously the left side will try to accelerate the left driveshaft. Because of this, it is possible to just use a single viscous coupling on one of the driveshafts.… READ THE REST