Engine Design and modification

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Fiddy's on it !!!

You have to be kidding. Here I am putting effort into this...

We love ya anyway fiddy!

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The "Loop Charge" piston would belong to this family.

Port and Starboard are referring to the verbiage used in the marine industry for what you may call right and left from sitting behind the wheel.

imagine what happens when a rookiie installs the port piston on the starboard side and visa versa?

I love the two smoke and really enjoyed working with thees programs 

 

 

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Hmmm. Google said starboard meant front-facing. Then again, I just glanced at it. Thanks for having me on the gameshow!

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Some yankee boys I worked with in there hydro program,.

Was a Yam GP 1200 tripple dork ski motor in the only all carbon fiber hull in class, she would pull some speed records at 119mph.

You can see the boat in close to perfect trim, with a two bladed prop thing that wad to have only only blade in the water at a time.

 

 

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By the Color I know if I'm looking at the Left (port side) or Right (starboard). side of a ship at sea.

 

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Susuki 2 stroke outboard.

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By the Color I know if I'm looking at the Left (port side) or Right (starboard). side of a ship at sea.

In the ancient world, there were no rudders. Instead, there was a "steer board" on the right and as such, they always pulled the boat up to the dock (port side) on the left.

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In the ancient world, there were no rudders. Instead, there was a "steer board" on the right and as such, they always pulled the boat up to the dock (port side) on the left.

You ol Salt you.

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By the Color I know if I'm looking at the Left (port side) or Right (starboard). side of a ship at sea.

 

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Then what is the bow? I know nothing about boats so humor me.

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Then what is the bow? I know nothing about boats so humor me.

The "Bow" is the Front.

Like  "Pirates off the Port Bow"   

 

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