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Classic Car Engine Comparison: V6 vs. V8

06th March 2012
What Is The Difference Between a V6 & V8 Engine? The shortest and simplest answer is: two pistons. The difference they make is debatable. A V-6 is a six-cylinder engine, and a V-8 is an eight-cylinder engine. A V-6 engine has 3 cylinders on each sid... Read >
Author: lynnjulian

Secondhand Houseboats - 5 Benefits

30th December 2011
Perhaps, you see advertisements about old houseboats in your local paper. Houseboats are very popular today. Many boat owners are pleased with what houseboats can provide. When you see secondhand houseboats marketed online or in the local papers, be caref... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Barrel Racing Saddles-The Cow Boy Fever Continues!!!

07th September 2010
Barrel racing saddles are used for horse back riding, it has its origin in the good old days when ranching was in vogue. These saddles were employed by cow boys on horses. It has been designed similarly like Spanish saddles which were used by Spanish H... Read >
Author: Addy Jason

Guitar Blink 182 - The Secrets To A Blink 182 Guitar Sound

05th September 2009
Tom Delonge has always contributed a great guitar sound to Blink 182 that has become his signature. Lucky for you, creating a tone for your guitar Blink 182-style, is fairly simple. By taking some of Tom Delonge's secrets and implementing your own twea... Read >
Author: honestkyle

Wide Body Kits have real purpose besides making your vehicle look awesome

22nd January 2009
Wide Body Kits are more then just for looks Wide body kits will transform just about any vehicle into the hottest, meanest looking street machine in your neighborhood. The beefy exterior body style will make your car look like its on steroids and to ... Read >
Author: Henry Chervenka

Push Scooters

26th April 2007
In the early 1900s, scooters were used by children as a vehicle which they propelled by pushing and then jumping up on the flat board to free-wheel until the scooter lost it's velocity. Then they would push it again, gain some speed and then ride it once ... Read >
Author: Gregory
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