How does it fit at the end(s)?

Tuesday, August 17, 2010
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In the pushrod section of RET-Monitor the reader has been given an insight into the different aspects of pushrod design. Much information has been shared on the specifics of the pushrod concerning its shape, material and contact area of cup and/or bo... read more
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Going lighter and stronger

Tuesday, August 17, 2010
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Esslinger Engineering of South El Monte, California, is primarily in the business of building midget engines based on Ford internals. The company has been in this line of work since 1990. Because its engines are not based on pushrod designs, Dan Ess... read more
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Austenitic steels

Tuesday, August 17, 2010
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So far in Race Engine Technology's coverage on valves, there have been a number of articles on valve materials for the more extreme applications, specifically pieces on Inconel valves and Nimonic materials used for turbocharged endurance applications... read more
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