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Choose the right Brake Pad! | SCIENCE GARAGE

– [Bart] Picture this, it’s a beautiful day and you’re cruising down the road. Happy to be out of the office. And you’re hugging the turns and you’re gaining speed and you’re going down hill. Now you’re going so fast that you can’t go, slow down, somebody stop me! (exhales) Brake Pads! (fun music) Some […]

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FUEL INJECTORS – How They Work | SCIENCE GARAGE

FUEL INJECTORS – How They Work | SCIENCE GARAGE

– Fuel rails, fuel pumps, throttle body, multipoint, direct. That’s right, we’re talking about fuel injectors. Thanks to Squarespace for sponsoring this video. From websites and online stores to marketing tools and analytics, Squarespace is the all-in-one platform to build a beautiful online presence and run your business, if you got one. Squarespace. If you […]

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The Science of Stock – NASCAR RULES | SCIENCE GARAGE

The Science of Stock – NASCAR RULES | SCIENCE GARAGE

(engines roar) (cheers) – NASCAR Rule! I mean yeah, NASCAR does rule. They also have rules. And that’s a fact of life. Without them, we’d just be living in anarchy, and well, take it from me, anarchy ain’t all it’s cracked up to be. Real life isn’t always fair, or fun, but NASCAR races try […]

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Catalytic Converter: How It Works | Science Garage

Catalytic Converter: How It Works | Science Garage

– Catbacks, resonators, straight pipe. Today, we’re not talking about any of those things. We’re talking about the catalytic converter. A catalytic converter is designed to reduce harmful emissions. (coughing) In another video, we talked about how gasoline is made up of hydrocarbons. If everything goes perfectly, all of the hydrogens and all of the […]

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CONVENTIONAL VS SYNTHETIC MOTOR OIL – How it Works | SCIENCE GARAGE

CONVENTIONAL VS SYNTHETIC MOTOR OIL – How it Works | SCIENCE GARAGE

– Ohh, there’s nothing like the excitement of a high revving engine. (engine whirring) But that’s metal on metal, how do you protect it? And what’s the difference between a conventional and synthetic oils? That’s why I’m talking about oils! (introduction music) Synthetic oil versus conventional oil ultimate showdown. (bell dings) This week we’re talking […]

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ETHANOL – GOOD OR BAD? – How it Works | SCIENCE GARAGE

ETHANOL – GOOD OR BAD? – How it Works | SCIENCE GARAGE

(cars revving) – It’s the high-tech fuel used in race cars and dragsters. And it comes from corn! Ethanol. (electronic whirring) That’s right, everybody. Today we’re doing a deep dive into one of my favorite biofuels or fuel additives, ethanol. Ready to get down and dirty on the bad stuff and the good stuff, and […]

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INLINE 6 vs. V6 – How it Works | SCIENCE GARAGE

INLINE 6 vs. V6 – How it Works | SCIENCE GARAGE

– Straight-six, V6, inline-six? Slant-Six? Six-cylinder engines! (quirky brief jingle) – Thanks for tuning in. Before we talk about these Donegal engines, click the subscribe button! Means a lot and that’s what helps us continue to try to make new shows! Alright. Today we’re talking about inline-6 cylinder engines and the V6 engine. Is one […]

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Nitrous: How It Works | Science Garage

Nitrous: How It Works | Science Garage

– Today’s subject is no laughing matter. I’m just kidding, it totally is! It’s laughing gas! Nitrous! The NOS! And we’re not about huffing it and getting the giggles! We’re about cranking out horsepower with nitrous oxide! (techno synth sounds) We’ve talked about engines before. To get more power, you need more boom. And to […]

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VTEC: How It Works | Science Garage

VTEC: How It Works | Science Garage

– VTEC just kicked in, yo! – Oh, God! – In the late 90s and early 2000s, the import scene was super hot. And it seemed like Civic, S2000, and Integra GSR drivers all wanted to make sure everybody knew that their cars had VTEC. So what are they even talking about? What’s kickin in […]

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