From: Toosmoky on 14 Feb 2007 17:47
> They are but a mythical being. I work just around the corner from their
> Australian importer, and regularly pass their premises and I'm yet to
> see any sign of life there.
There's the Australian-made Barbarian now. Like a Boss Hoss, only better
I'd love one of those with the alloy Chev donk.
I remember when I was younger you'd pay twenty grand U.S. for a bare
alloy Chev block from Keith Black. Now you get 'em in family cars off
the showroom floor...
Work to ride, Ride to Work...
From: Theo Bekkers on 14 Feb 2007 18:00
> "Theo Bekkers" wrote:
>> Hammo in a Volvo! Can get more dense than that?
> Hammo ( I was wondering what I'd say if you called me hot).
That sounds like a come-on. I'm going to tell Vickers.
From: Theo Bekkers on 14 Feb 2007 18:05
> "Theo Bekkers" wrote:
>> Do any of those systems generate power without using any fuel?
> Ok, I'd be interested to see what power, as in electrical
> requirements the ignition and fuel management systems use as well as
> a comparo with the size, type and construction of the battery system.
> We haven't considered double layers and its effect on the flow of
> electricity. This is more of a common problem in batteries that have
> a gel type compound, but seeing as I don't know if they are used on a
> 24 V system, we may as well check that too.
> Measuring the voltage and current output of the bus at "idle" and then
> compare these two when lights are on, or at least the drop in same
> may be better way to determine the "power" required.
You don't appear to understand the term 'idle' in realtion to buses. Buses,
and diesel trucks, have an 'idle' adjust under the dashboard.
> I am also betting that it will be considerable greater than Big's
> claim that it will the amount that it is rated as.
Do any of those systems generate power without using any fuel?
From: Theo Bekkers on 14 Feb 2007 18:09
> "Hammo" wrote
>> I'm pointing out things that do have a bearing on how the load
>> (power) is stored and released. It not one way traffic...
> Oh I don't doubt that it's all very important to YOU Hammo.
> It just doesn't have any relevance to the points anybody ELSE is
Our friend Hambone thinks he is playing Devil's Advocate, but doesn't appear
to have grasped the point that a Devil's Advocate argues the opposite
viewpoint. Hambone thinks it means talking about something totally unrelated
to the original debate.
From: Theo Bekkers on 14 Feb 2007 18:15
> jlittler(a)my-deja.com wrote:
>> <Insert disingenous helpful look> "Boss Hoss" 5.7L V8 ?
> They are but a mythical being. I work just around the corner from
> their Australian importer, and regularly pass their premises and I'm
> yet to see any sign of life there.
There's a couple in WA. Well, less one. Some guy managed to kill himself on
one, but surely that was expected?