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BMW makes great performance cars. Stock BMW’s perform exceptionally well and this is great for most owners. However for us enthusiasts, there is still room for improvement. Most suspension upgrades focus on increasing roll stiffness and lowering the center of gravity (CG). Both these reduce body roll and therefor reduce body roll induced positive camber change. To explain: When the body leans over in a corner it causes the outside tires to tip as well. When the tire tips outward (positive camber) it ‘s tread is not flat on the road so traction is reduced. Since the tire is your only connection with the road, maintaining the maximum tread contact on the road is one of our main goals. So to reduce body roll, stiffer springs and sway bars are used. There is always a debate about spring stiffness vs. sway bar size. Very stiff springs result is poor ride quality and passenger discomfort. Most all
Street Performance. 33. HO. W T. O. CHOOSE A. CARB. STREET. CARB. URET. ORS ... (A) Not legal for street use in California on vehicles originally equipped with 2 ...(A) Not legal for street use in California on vehicles originally equipped with 2-barrel carburetors for which there was no 4-barrel option. (B) Not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles. (E) Adapter P/N 17-6 is required when using a “Square Flange” carburetor on a “Spread Bore” manifold. (F) It is not recommended or advised that the Holley Street Legal carburetors which are listed for trucks be used on motor homes. See page 223 for symbol explanation.
Applicants for a Street Performer & Buskers Permit may be required to be ... No street performer may obstruct any footpath, carriageway, shop entrance and/or ...Performers must be 16 years of age or over at the time of application. Exceptions may be made if the application is supported by an adult, and this adult is present at all performances given under the terms of the Permit. This adult may be one of the performers for whom the Permit is sought. 4.Street performing is only to be conducted between the hours of 9.00am and 5.00pm. 5.The performer is required to indemnify and keep indemnified, the Monash City Council and the Monash Arts Council against any liability arising from the negligent acts of the performer in connection with the performance.
The Neon aftermarket is growing rapidly. New products seem to come out everyday. You can build anything you want. From a 9 second quarter- mile to a "nice" street performer that can blow the doors off cars costing two or three times as much. There's a lot to update so let's get started, shall we? The 2001 Mopar Performance catalog (P5007601) is a good starting point. The 2002 catalog should be out soon, but the 2001 version features many Neon parts for both first and second generation Neon. First I think there's some reading you might like to start with:
best street performance cams are. ground with a lobe separation. between 108 to 114 degrees. ... The camshaft and valvetrain directly determine not only an engine’s personality, but how reliably it will perform throughout its service life. Unfortunately, a lot of folks have more misconceptions about camshafts than they have facts. Hopefully, in the following pages we can set you straight on the myths and get you headed in the right direction. To understand how to pick a camshaft and valvetrain, you must first understand how it all works. Choosing a camshaft profile must be based on how you want an engine to perform. Are you building a streetable engine where lowand mid-range torque are important? Or are you building a high-performance racing engine that makes peak torque in the high revs? Whatever the application, it is vital for you to choose the right combination of components. A camshaft manufacturer’s catalog lists dozens of camshaft types for the same type of engine. This is where it gets mighty confusing for the novice.
This article is based on a year’s interviewing, observation and filming of street performers practising their craft in Australian cities. It transcends the more visible aspects of street performance and investigates the under-researched area of spatial dynamics in contemporary street performance in Australia. By documenting and analysing the spatial conventions used consciously and instinctively by street performers, I have identified a unique use of space, which directly contravenes traditional human movement in the ‘urbanscape’. This paper links the common social perception that street performers operate ‘outside the circle of expectation’ with their use of physical circles to manipulate their audience. Additionally, this study charts the relationship between the performer and the audience, and examines how this performance genre has traced itself on to the Australian cityscape.
Support and value the diversity street performance contributes to the social and ... Street performance in the Sunshine Coast Regional Council is regulated by the following ...Street Art is the practice of developing formal art techniques e.g. sculpting, drawing, stencilling and painting in public places. Often the artist will charge a set fee in exchange for the product, in this instance; the aritsit must obtain a Council permit to operate a commercial business in pubic open space. Pavement Art is chalk drawings rendered directly onto the pavement, or renderings done in other materials on removable surfaces, such as canvas or plastic, laid out on the pavement. Artists usually collect donations from their casual audience. Dangerous Materials and Implements are materials and implements that pose a risk, hazard or uncertain outcomes for people. Dangerous materials include flammable materials and chemicals, fire, fireworks, smoke, flairs, heated elements or anything giving off a level of heat or toxicity.
Chapter 12 Section 12.16.170 Street Performers The City Council finds that the existence in the City of street performers provides a public amenity that enhances the character of the City and seeks to encourage such performances to the extent that they do not interfere with the reasonable expectations of residents to the enjoyment of peace and quiet in their homes or to the ability of businesses to conduct their businesses uninterrupted. This section seeks to balance the interests of the performers with those of the residents and businesses of the City. The City Council designates the Arts Council of the City to be the agent of the City primarily charged with the responsibility of supervising the provisions of this section