From: Theo Bekkers on 5 Feb 2007 22:48
> "Hammo" <hbaj2006(a)aapt.net.au> wrote
>> Do tell, how?
> [crinkles brow] err; by providing extra load on the engine.....
> (Is this a trick question?)
It's a Hammo question. What do you think?
Also confused about getting 110 watts of light with no power input.
From: Theo Bekkers on 5 Feb 2007 22:50
> My alternator keeps my battery at a full charge, which means it must
> be providing more charge than I actually use, all the time, which
> means that any charge required for accessories like lights and radio
> is being produced all the time, regardless of whether or not I'm
> actually using them, which means that no more fuel is required.
> How's that for logic?
Terrible! Does that work for the air-conditioner as well?
From: Theo Bekkers on 5 Feb 2007 22:52
> Where does the electricity go when it is wasted?
Lies down in the gutter until partially sober and then staggers home?
From: Theo Bekkers on 5 Feb 2007 22:56
> "Mad-Biker" <mad-biker(a)westnet(Panties).com.au> wrote:
>> tyres including valve cap tightness, air pressure, tread, check
>> (apparently if the valve caps arnt on, a tyre can suck in the valve
>> stem and cause a blow out under extreme highload according to
> [boggle] I've never hear THAT one!!
I think the centripetal force sucks it in to the centre.
New to me too.
From: Theo Bekkers on 5 Feb 2007 23:00
Mot Adv-NSW wrote:
> "George W Frost"
>> Some of these driving lights are actual spotlights, some are even
>> larger than the original headlights ( Subaru ) and when they are on
>> as well as headlights.....
> Front fog lights are not headlights, and front fogs are only to be
> used under 'hazardous weather conditions causing reduced visibility',
> nationally end of 07 - and in WA and NSW now.
In WA, $200 fine if fog-lights on when no fog, $400 if on in conjunction
Enforcement - nil. Compliance - nil.