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This is what measures the amount of air entering the engine.
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In a turbo/supercharged engine, the air entering the engine is already considerably compressed, and does not require the additional compression afforded by "high-compression" pistons.
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The sensor is telling the ECU that there is a certain amount of air that will be entering the engine, then the problem occurs and less air is there, cause the code but not enough of an issue to hurt anything.
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The MAF (mass airflow) sensor meters the amount of air entering your engine.
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You would still need normal rocket engines and rocket fuel (with oxidizer) to get into orbit, because with an air breathing engine (or propeller), you are limited to only doing things in the atmosphere, which you need your final orbit to miss entirely.
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Hypothetically if you could keep feeding air into the Mustang's engine and extracting exhaust, and the valvetrain, ignition, fuel injectors, etc could keep up with it to 6600rpm you'd see a much more evenly matched set of numbers.
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That generation of 7.3Ls had a shitty airbox that is notorious for breaking off the tabs that the metal clips grab onto, and a new airbox is expensive so most people try to jerry rig it which almost always lets unfiltered air into the engine and then they get dusted pretty quickly.
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NYE, I was given a nice little pat down and check before entering the Air Canada Center before the Russia v. Czech game.
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At really fast rotations the engine can't get enough air into the engine to burn all the fuel.
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More openings to let air into the engine through valves, tougher and lighter metals in the engine to manage the stress of spinning really fast, etc... All of this adds to the cost of the engine.
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L twins are some of the best looking air cooled engines imo
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Tough problem there is that stair railing blocks hot air from entering the master bedroom.
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Especially if its just a short ram sucking in hot engine bay air (which most people call a cold air intake)
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All you control is how much air enters the engine, the ecu takes care of the air/fuel ratios.
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He gets me a date to take a practice ASVAB, which if I score well enough on will lead to me shipping off to an appropriate place to take a real ASVAB, which will - again, assuming I score well enough - lead to me entering Air Force Boot Camp.
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Generally the rule with the air-cooled engines is at 100k miles you drop the engine, go over all the seals, then put it back.
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It is the easiest way to extract air out of the engine bay (if you have additional air intakes like OP does).
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You now need to extract air from the engine bay, this is usually done by raising the rear of the hood.
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Compared to stock, you won't need as many air intakes, and the engines will provide less power, around 100 kN a piece.
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Check out skylon if you haven't yet, Reaction Engines are working on a hybrid air breathing rocket engine for an ssto vehicle.
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I mean they do blow air over the engine which I'm sure helps to some degree and makes it possible for them to claim a car has a functional hood scoop, but that's just on a technicality.
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Want to add, depending on the car, you can often change engine air filters, cabin air filters, batteries, and spark plugs yourself too.
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In fact, to satisfy those requirements, different flavors of the F35 have very different key components: different engines, different air frames, different avionics (all the stuff that makes a plane what it is).
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Since the air breathing engines are so much more fuel efficient than rockets the OP likely still has a fair bit of LF left in the side tanks, while the LFO tanks will be nearly empty.
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The actual air intake for the engine is there too, but it is behind the nose gearboxes, the larger intake area.
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Force air down the engines throat till it begs for mercy.
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I choose it because I wanted an open air mid engine exotic for 4.
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Spray engine air filter with skunk scent or even better, rub banana on it.
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Increase the airflow to bring the overall temperature of the air entering the PSU down, which should also help cool things down.
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Right now getting off earth and traveling in space require different equipment, but if we were to develop an air breathing engine that can then switch to a rocket engine (Like the SABRE engine that's being developed) then an SSTO is entirely possible.
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air breathing engines have Isp between 2000 and 4000 s, conventional RP-1 rockets have Isp of 270 to 350 s. It's actually more efficient to have more inert mass.
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Nah, it looks like there's enough volume in the blow-tube to stop the heated air from directly entering your throat.
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Just because he decided not to use air breathing engines doesn't mean they can't work, it means that he said he doesn't want to try to make them work because he doesn't think they would/would be worth it.
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This creates a positive pressure in the passenger cabin, and the air entering only has one outlet, the drivers window.
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Actually, depending on air and engine displacement idling uses between .1 to .3 gallons per hour.
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That coupled with the actual feel of small aircraft gliding through the air with the engines off made me feel much more comfortable on commercial flights.
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They use a 2 litre air-cooled engine which produces somewhere between 130 and 200 hp, so it's a little more powerful than you make it sound, especially considering the power/weight ratio.
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These engines start using compressed air from another engine or the APU (tiny, no thrust engine in the rear of plane) and when dealing with the plumbing of this extremely hot, compressed air the valves sometimes stick.
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That air comes from another engine.
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I'd also recommend learning to use an ssto, but if you insist on building a rocket at least using jet engines on take off and landing for efficiency, note however these will not work in atmosphere and you will need a rocket engine and air intakes (which should already be underneath the craft for buoyancy) I believe Scott Manley does have a video of his rocket landing much in the same way as I described.
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I like the research they are performing into high performance, high speed air-breathing engines, but the hype about the rapidly re-usable SSTO is overblown and way too premature.
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I can't really get the triple without entering the air.
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I was actually really surprised that after all the attention space planes got in the last few updates, that there were no 2.5m jet engines/air intakes nor "medium" and "large" versions of the "small gear bay" included in the Mk.
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And since cold air is denser, your engine takes in more oxygen, Mix cold air and faster burning fuel and you get terrible MPG numbers.
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This is a port injected representation, meaning the fuel is injected into the intake where it mixes with air before entering the cylinder.
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As such, Sonar is kind of the strange bastard stepchild division on a lot of boats - a lot of what we do is kind of transparent to the rest of the boat, and just doesn't get the visibility (that's a blessing and curse both really) that the people making the reactor work, or fixing the air systems/hydraulics/diesel engine get.
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Cabin heat, for example, is often pulled directly from the air flow over the engine.
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Is this a slippery slope question, or does it concern heavier than air craft without engines?
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The mechanical whirr of the air cooled engine is so distinctive, any time I hear it I think of my pop!
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I want to enjoy sound of air and engine.
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