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Lower Unit Oil Pump

lower unit oil pump
    oil pump
  • a pump that keeps a supply of oil on moving parts
  • The oil pump in an internal combustion engine is usually a gear type (gear pump), driven by the crankshaft or camshaft, or a rotor type (rotary pump).
  • A mechanically-driven device for distributing or pumping oil around a 4 stroke engine & into a 2 stroke engine
  • lower berth: the lower of two berths
  • turn down: make lower or quieter; "turn down the volume of a radio"
  • (of an animal or plant) Showing relatively primitive or simple characteristics
  • Denoting an older (and hence usually deeper) part of a stratigraphic division or archaeological deposit or the period in which it was formed or deposited
  • Less high
  • move something or somebody to a lower position; "take down the vase from the shelf"
  • Each of the individuals or collocations into which a complex whole may be divided
  • unit of measurement: any division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange; "the dollar is the United States unit of currency"; "a unit of wheat is a bushel"; "change per unit volume"
  • an organization regarded as part of a larger social group; "the coach said the offensive unit did a good job"; "after the battle the soldier had trouble rejoining his unit"
  • an individual or group or structure or other entity regarded as a structural or functional constituent of a whole; "the reduced the number of units and installations"; "the word is a basic linguistic unit"
  • A device that has a specified function, esp. one forming part of a complex mechanism
  • An individual thing or person regarded as single and complete, esp. for purposes of calculation
lower unit oil pump - Vestil CART-1000-LD-CMB
Vestil CART-1000-LD-CMB Combination Hydraulic Elevating Carts
Vestil CART-1000-LD-CMB Combination Hydraulic Elevating Carts
Vestil's combination hydraulic elevating cart CART-1000-LD-CMB is a portable ergonomic elevating cart intended to minimize the amount of bending and lifting workers need to do making them more productive and happier in their positions. This model features an internal hydraulic velocity fuse in each cylinder and includes the combination of a foot pump and an air oil power unit increasing its versatility. Carts have smooth movement thanks to four polyurethane casters (two of which are swivel with breaks and the other two are ridged). The load capacity of this cart is 1,000 lbs and it measures platform size of 31?"W x 63"L, a lowered height of 15" and a raised height of 36".

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2006 Koenigsegg CCX right
2006 Koenigsegg CCX  right
Koenigsegg Automotive AB is a Swedish manufacturer of high-performance sports cars based in Angelholm. The company was founded in 1994 in Sweden by Christian von Koenigsegg, with the intention of producing a world-class supercar. Many years of development and prototyping led to the company's first street-legal production car delivery in 2002. Norwegian designer and entrepreneur Bard Eker bought a 45 percent share in the company in late 2005, and is currently the largest owner with 49 percent. Christian von Koenigsegg owns 18 percent, and the balance of the stock is held by some 90 small investors. The Koenigsegg CCX is a mid-engined roadster from Swedish car manufacturer Koenigsegg. The CCX has been engineered to comply with the U.S. regulation and market demands[2] and is a newer design that replaced the Koenigsegg CCR. CCX is an abbreviation for Competition Coupe X; the X commemorating the 10th anniversary, (being the Roman numeral for ten), of the completion and test drive of the first CC vehicle in 1996. The CCX was first unveiled on February 28, 2006 at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show although its existence was announced earlier. A derivative known as the CCXR is available, the main difference being that CCXR's engine is tuned to run on biofuel. The different fuel and tune allows the CCXR to produce 25% more power than the CCX. Koenigsegg began the CCX project with the aim of entering the world market, though particularly the United States car market.[6][7] Development engineer Magnus Jaasund said "We wanted to go into the world market, but we couldn’t do it with the old car." To sell cars to the North American market many alterations were made to the design of the CCR; the previously used Ford Modular engine was replaced by a Koenigsegg engine designed to run on 91 octane fuel, readily available in the United States, and to meet the Californian emission standards.[6][8] The front bumper of the CCX is designed to be safer in low speed collisions than previous Koenigseggs and the whole body is 3.46 in (88 millimeters) longer to comply with the United States' rear impact regulations. Additionally the CCX can display United States or European number plates. The CCX is 1.6 in (40.6 mm) taller than the CCR and, combined with the carbon fiber reinforced plastic sports seats by Sparco, the CCX allows for 2 in (50.8 mm) of extra headroom that Autoweek reviewer Mark Vaughn hypothesizes is "to accommodate U.S. NBA stars.” The electronic control unit has also received an upgrade over the CCR meaning that the CCX is without physical fuses and it is lighter than the previous system. The CCX can accelerate from 0–62 mph (100 km/h) in 3.2 seconds and from 0–124 mph (200 km/h) in 9.8 seconds. According to Koenigsegg it has a top speed of 259 mph (417 km/h), although this has not been officially verified. On 15 June 2008, a standard fully equipped CCX was independently timed by sport auto in achieving a record 0-186-0 mph (0-300–0 km/h) in 29.2 seconds, beating out the Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR 722 Edition, the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640, the Porsche 997 GT2, the Alpina B6 S (based on the BMW 6 Series), and the Corvette Z06. The engine of the CCX was thoroughly re-engineered by Koenigsegg themselves and is assembled at the Koenigsegg factory, though it is still based on the Ford Modular architecture. [12][13] The engine block is cast for them by Grainger & Worrall, a British company that produces drivetrain components for Formula One cars. The engine is a 4.7 liter 288 cu in (4,719 cc) V8, with dual overhead camshafts and 4 valves per cylinder. The engine block is made of 356 Aluminium that has undergone a T7 heat treatment, a form of accelerated precipitation strengthening.[8][16] The aluminium alloy is stronger than the previous engine and allows a thinner, thus lighter, engine block that will withstand higher cylinder pressures. The engine is boosted by two centrifugal superchargers that provide 17.5 psi (1.2 bar) of boost with an 8.2:1 compression ratio. The engine produces 806 bhp (601 kW; 817 PS) at 6900 rpm and 678 lb·ft (919 N·m) of torque at 5700 rpm on 91 octane (U.S. rating) gasoline. The engine is lubricated with a dry sump system with a separate oil pump, the pistons are cooled by oil sprayed onto them and the oil itself has an external cooler. The CCX does 14 mpg (17 l/100km) in combined cycle and 18 mpg (13 l/100km) in highway travel. In 2007, the CCX was the fastest car to complete a lap of the BBC Top Gear circuit, in a time of 1:17.6 on the Power Lap, until it was beaten by the Ascari A10 with a time of 1:17.3. The car originally lapped the circuit in 1:20.4, but was then fitted with a non-standard rear spoiler to provide downforce after the show's test driver (The Stig) spun the original version off the track. The Stig purportedly recommended this modification, predicting that the car would then be the fastest ever round Top Gear's track but Koenigsegg later stated that the improv
1927 Cadillac 314 Roadster front right 2
1927 Cadillac 314 Roadster front right 2
Cadillac was born in 1902, at the dawn of the twentieth century. Its founder, Henry Leland, a master mechanic and entrepreneur, named the company after his ancestor, Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, the founder of Detroit. It was purchased in 1909 by General Motors and within six years, Cadillac laid the foundation for the modern mass production of automobiles by demonstrating the complete interchangeability of its precision parts, also establishing itself as America's premier luxury car. This is also the inspiration for the company’s crest, which is based on the Cadillac family’s historic coat of arms. Cadillac pioneered many accessories in automobiles, including full electrical systems, the clashless manual transmission and the steel roof. The brand developed three engines, one of which (the V8 engine) set the standard for the American automotive industry. As a result, Cadillac is the first American car to win the prestigious Dewar Trophy from the Royal Automobile Club of England and adopt the slogan “Standard of the World”. 1927 Cadillac 314 details: Body Roadster and Phaetons have forward folding windshields. Sport Coupe and Sport Sedan added to Standard line. Convertible Coupe and Double Cowl (Sport) Phaeton added to "Custom" line. Custom bodies by Fleetwood, Brunn, Willoughby, and others available. New radiator shell with sharp corner between top and front surfaces and with round emblem on black background. Monogram panel on Touring and Phaetons extended to cowl, and vertical molding in front of rear door moved back of door. Light controls moved from instrument panel to steering wheel. New instrument panel of walnut with silver inlay effect. "Custom" cars and Standard Sport models have Nickel cowl band and side lights. All cars have large (10 in.) headlights; black body on Standard, all Nickel on "Custom". Horn of vibrator type, with bent trumpet. Fender wells standard on Sport Coupe and Sedan, and on Sport Phaeton. Bumpers and motometer standard on "Custom" line and Standard Sport Models. Chassis: At Steering Gear Unit Number 1-44906, steering gear was changed back to worm and sector type. Drive Line: 4.9:1 is the only final drive ratio offered. Engine Early 1927, at Engine Unit Number 1-41001 (Chassis Unit Number 1-40994): Practically everything on the outside of the engine, except the carburettor, was relocated. The overall appearance, except for the location of the starter, now resembled the soon to be introduced 303 LaSalle engine. Generator and water pump were moved to lower right front corner of engine and were driven by a common chain. The fan was once more on a separate bracket, still belt driven. The distributor went from the rear to the front of the engine and onto a common shaft with the oil pump, now inside the engine. The fuel pressure pump was now at the rear of the engine, driven by a connecting rod. The starter was moved forward and now drives through gear teeth cut on the front face of the flywheel.

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