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Help Explaining Engine/Lift #199993 Jun 16, 9:33pm Jun 16, 9:33pm
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Help Explaining Engine/Lift
i'm trying to explain to my younger brother how lift works, and he doesn't even really understand how an engine works...i know someone had on here the diagram of how lift works off of toyota.com, but i can't find it for the life of me, so if someone could help me out, that would be great b/c my diagrams only seem to confuse him more! thanks thumbsup

Re: Help Explaining Engine/Lift [Re: nebraskaGTS] #199994 Jun 16, 11:07pm Jun 16, 11:07pm
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Basically, when the RPM reaches 6000+/- and when the oil is fully warmed up, the valves in the head open up more for more air and fuel. (Very watered down version of how it really works)

Re: Help Explaining Engine/Lift [Re: nebraskaGTS] #199995 Jun 17, 12:07am Jun 17, 12:07am
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Re: Help Explaining Engine/Lift [Re: isaac] #199996 Jun 17, 1:39am Jun 17, 1:39am
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its a supercharger that kicks in after 6000rpm thumbsup
just like steven said, the exhaust and the Intake and exhaust thingy open up completely. show him that toyota animation. if he doesnt understand it, then he needs to understands engines more. engine block, pistons, sparkplug, and wut each does

Re: Help Explaining Engine/Lift [Re: nebraskaGTS] #199997 Jun 17, 4:24am Jun 17, 4:24am
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yeah! that's the one i was looking for Isaac, thanks a lot. thumbsup

Re: Help Explaining Engine/Lift [Re: nebraskaGTS] #199998 Jun 17, 7:15am Jun 17, 7:15am
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You can also take a look at my FAQ. It has what isaac said, along with an animation on lift.
https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_1870031152_0_collapsed_5__1.html#1870031152

Re: Help Explaining Engine/Lift [Re: LostAngel] #199999 Jun 17, 8:23am Jun 17, 8:23am
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^^^ nobody reads stickies rofl


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Re: Help Explaining Engine/Lift [Re: Lucky_317] #200000 Jun 17, 8:27am Jun 17, 8:27am
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^^I noticed. Maybe people would read it if I didnt have it stickied, and every day I make a new post saying 'bump'. smile

Re: Help Explaining Engine/Lift [Re: LostAngel] #200001 Jun 17, 8:29am Jun 17, 8:29am
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lift makes the difference of having to spend 30+ bucks on gas a week rather than 30 bucks every 2 weeks...lol rofl


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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
Re: Help Explaining Engine/Lift [Re: Lucky_317] #200002 Jun 17, 8:47am Jun 17, 8:47am

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Originally Posted by Lucky_317
^^^ nobody reads stickies rofl
i read them once or twice then i just remember the info and forget about it grin...but your right no one even looks there first... spineyes

Re: Help Explaining Engine/Lift [Re: ct] #200003 Jun 17, 9:42am Jun 17, 9:42am
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Originally Posted by ct
lift makes the difference of having to spend 30+ bucks on gas a week rather than 30 bucks every 2 weeks...lol rofl
haha, right on.


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