CAR AND BIKE ACCESSORIES, SPARE PARTS AND TOOLS
Welocme to this presentation of good online warehouses for vehicle equipment and exhibition of some of their products. By clicking at any banner or product link you can read more about the presented product or browse the whole collection of products i that shop. Further down on this page there is some information about diesel engines and about car audio installation.
Good stores for repair parts and upgrade equipment for your vehicle
Each of these online warehouses have most car products. For each shop some epecially great inventories are pointed out. You are almost certain to find what you are looking for in at least one of these places.
Core mechanical, electric and engine parts. Also performance upgrades. Original and thirdparty parts for every thinkable car model. A great shop for cargo handling devices.
All kinds of equipement for the
internal and external of your car. A great shop for car styling and performance parts.
Comodities to use in your vehicle and on journeys - a lot of audio, video and other electroni comodities. A lor of safety equipment. A great shop for garage tools and vehicle grooming products.
A general thechnology store with many good offers in car electronics like GPS map systems, tracking devices and communication equipment
Examples of the many products available
Some more examples of available
Automotive Developments Hood Hood Release Horn Horsepower Hose
Clamps How Cars Are Assembled Hybrid Electric Cars Hydraulic Clutch Idle Circuit
Idler Gears Ignition Circuit Automobirthdays Indicator Needle Indy 500 Racing
Facts Informative Graphics Corp. Intake Manifolds Intake Stroke Integral Power
Steering Gears Internal-Combustion Inventors.
Fuel Filler Cap Fuel Filter Fuel Gauges Fuel Injection Fuel Lines Fuel Pump Fuel
Rail Fuel Tank Fuel Tank Filler Neck Fuel Vapor Canister Fuses and Circuit
Breakers GM IMPACT SPECIFICATIONS Gas Ecology Gas Pedal Gaskets Gaskets Gear
Overhead Valve (OHV) Overview Explanation Oxygen Sensor PC Insight by IGC PCV
Valve Park Locking Ring Parking Brake Parking Brake Lever Periodic Care for The
Car Pintle Valve Piston Motion/Bicycle Pitman Shaft and Pitman Arm Plies of A
Tire Position Sensor.
SOME OTHER ITEMS
All kind of hobby items - RC helicopters, RC cars, RC
airplanes, RC robots, RC boats, airsoft guns, electronics and much more
Natural drugs for common health problems
Herbal drugs and smart devices to solve problems with the male and female genitals and maximize sexual pleasure
Supplements to maintain general health and condition
Skincare, cosmetics and fashion
Anti-aging supplements for the skin and the whole body
Cellphones, computers and electronic equipment
A good place to find rc models of cars, airplanes, drones and boats, and all other types of hobby products. Products from all age classes from small child to adult. Also a lot of tools useful for hobby, home and work.
Car model examples
Here is an article about car audio installation. To find other information resources, please go to this page
About diesel engines
A diesel engine commonly used diesel oil as fuel. It is not however the fuel that distinguishes this type of engines from others, since it can use also other types of fuels, especially fuels that have a law propagation speed of the burning process and are difficult to ignite.
Such fuels cannot be ignited the usual way by a spark. They will either not ignite, or the burning will be so law that very little of the energy in the fuel will be utilized.
A diesel engine compresses the fresh air very hard before the fuel is injected. When this is done the air gets a very high temperature. The the fuel is injected into the hot compressed blending. The temperature is so hot that the fuel igites, and all of it ignites at the same time as soon as it has blended itself with the air.
There must also be a strong pump that pushes the fuel inside or that makes an over-pressure in an intermediate fuel container. There is a valve at the top of each cylinder that opens and lets the fuel in at the right time.
The compression ratio in a diesel motor is between 1:15 and 1:20.
A diesel motor do not have spark plug for ignition, but it typically have a glow plug to heat the motor satisfactorily before start. If all the parts in the motor and fuel pump is mechanically driven, a diesel motor can work without electricity when it is started.
Modern diesel engines uses however electronics and electric parts to controle the delivery of fuel and possible also to pump fuel.
Air is not throttled in a diesel engine. The same amount of air is used at each piston stroke and that amount must be big enough to get enough fuel burned at any workload. Since air is not throttled in a diesel engine, such an engine easily overspeed when going idly without any automatic controle of sped and fuel delivery. Each piston stroke accelarate the engine further without getting any resistance from pressure differnces outside and inside the engine.
The automatic controle needed to hold the motor at the right idle speed is the govemor. In older engines the govemore was a separate unit with springs and weights. In modern engines the govemor is a functio of the electronic fuel delivery system
Beginner's Guide to Car Audio Installation - DIY
By Duane Boodasingh
Speaker installation is very critical for performance. Whether you spent $1000 or $10,000 on a set of speakers, if they are not properly installed, they would not sound as they should. Even though it may seem that the best position for most speakers are in the stock housing's that came with the car e.g. on the door panel near your feet, this is just not so. You would see why such positions are still used however along with alternative solutions such as center channels for 5.1 dolby, LCD screen, in-dash DVD players. There are many factors that need to be considered in placing the speakers in the correct position.
The first thing to consider is distance. If the left speaker is only a couple feet away from your ears, while the right speaker is several feet away from you, then the sound will arrive at different times giving you poor sound. Since the left speaker is closer, it sounds louder. The best solution is to figure out a location where the difference between the distance of the right speaker to your ears and left speaker (also known as path length difference), are minimal. This is where kick panels become the preferred location.
Multiple Speaker Placement
If you have a system with two or more speakers per side, you need to try out different locations to obtain the best possible sound in your car. If you have a 2-way system with a tweeter and sub per side. The subs are mounted in the stock location at the bottom of the door. The tweeters are mounted high up on the front corner of the door panel. From the driver's seat, you can see that there are 4 speakers all aimed towards different orientations and all at a different distance to your ears. This interaction of sound waves at different frequencies arriving at your ears at different times seldom sounds good. The best thing to do is to position the woofer and tweeter on each side as close as possible to each other. This is also why kick panels are used so much these days. Professional installers do use some tricks such as inverting the tweeters' polarity when mounted for example on top of the dash while the woofers are low. Achieving good sound with unconventional mounting schemes is very, very hard and is only achieved after plenty of time has been spent trying different configurations.
Our ears can distinguish the direction of sound more easily at higher frequencies. This means that aiming the mids, and most importantly, tweeters towards your ears play a critical role in sound imaging. Midbases are not so critical, but should be also aimed towards the listener's ears if possible. To figure out the best aiming angle involves many hours -even days- of work. To start, try to aim the speakers towards the center of the car. Play around with different angles until you obtain the best sounding position. Subwoofers should be mounted up front for best sound. Since this is not possible in most cars, mounting subs in the back is not such a bad thing, since most people can't distinguish where bass comes from. If you have good midbases going down to 60 Hz or less and subs picking up the signal below 60 Hz, then the bass will seem to come from the front.
Subwoofers need a properly designed enclosure to give top performance. Midbases and mids also do sound much better if they are installed in enclosures. The best sounding and easier to build enclosure type for midbases and mids is sealed.
If you are using speakers that fit into the stock location, make sure there are no spaces or holes. Sometimes building a wood or fiberglass baffle helps reduce holes and gives you much better sound. Always be careful when using power tools around speakers. Holes in speakers usually are not covered by the warranty. For unconventional speaker locations, sometimes metal has to be cut. If you have the resources, plasma cutters and pneumatics tools work great. For most of us that do not have these tools, a pair of metal snips (left and right cut) will do the job.
Take your time to plan your system and dont just buy brand and product for the sake of popularity. Sometimes the simplest system is the most effective.
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