Your car requires proper handling and regular maintenance to function optimally. You can enjoy safe, smooth rides when you frequently service your vehicle to avoid any flaws. Without scheduled maintenance, it is going to breakdown and inconvenience. However, maintaining and repairing an automobile can be quite expensive. Maybe DIY can help if done correctly to ensure your car gives you topnotch performance. Below are the 5 DIY tips to help maintain your car without necessarily visiting a mechanic.more “5 DIY Tips to help maintain your car”
3 most important parts in your car to look after
Obviously, you need to have all the parts of your car if it is to work properly, but the truth is that some of them are more important than others. Without certain parts in working order, you are not going to be able to drive it at all and their damage might cause further damage to other parts of the vehicle in turn. If nothing else, this can prove to quickly be expensive, so it is with good reason that you should try to keep these parts of the car in working order as best as you can.more “3 most important parts in your car to look after”
Differences between Superchargers vs Turbochargers
If you are an auto enthusiast or even NFS lover you definitely have heard about them ! We also know that they increase the power of the vehicle but, which is better, how do they work & what are the differences between superchargers vs turbochargers ? Lets dive right in.
Let me give a basic idea about superchargers & turbo before proceeding to the differences. more “Differences between Superchargers vs Turbochargers”
Gibbs Quadski – An amphibious quad bike/ATV !
It always seems impossible until it’s done !
– Nelson Mandela
A couple of hundred years back, it was quite impossible even to think or imagine that we could talk to each other standing in any two corners of the world, could step on moon, could make a thing which would fly like a bird or make a car which would transport & could be efficient hundred times the human labour. But it all happened ! After making a car it was hard to believe that we could even make a vehicle which would be driven on water… All right, brace yourselves, the future is here – Gibbs Quadski !
The Gibbs Quadski (video below) is one of the most advanced and efficient amphibious quadbike/ATV (All terrain vehicle) i.e which could be driven on land as well as on water !
The Quadski uses Gibbs’ High Speed Amphibian (HSA) technology, which includes more than 300 patents and patents pending worldwide.
When entering the water, by pressing a button the driver can retract the wheels into the wheel wells within the vehicle’s body and detach them from the drive train. It can transition between land and water in about 5 seconds(pretty impressive 😉 ).
On water, the Quadski draws water before directing it through the engine driven impeller(kind of propeller), which with the nozzle propel the Quadski at high speed.
The Quadski allows for over 2 hours travel time on the water. Its range on land is up to around 600 kilometres (370 mi).
Gibbs Quadski was launched in October 2012 by Gibbs Sports Ambhibians. It went on sale in January 2013 in Florida and is now available in selected regions of the United States with a starting price of about $40,000 (you have to spend some real sh*t ? ).
Land speed :- Upto 45 mph (72kmph)
Brakes(on land) :- 4 wheel disc brakes
Water speed :- 45 mph (72kmph)
Propulsion system :- Gibbs jet drive with reverse
Total width :- 62.5 in / 1.587 m
Total length :- 128.3 in / 3.260 m
Total height :- 53.5 in / 1.359 m
Ground clearance :- 8.9 in / 0.225 m
Weight :- 1,333 lbs / 605 kg !
Type :- BMW K1300cc water-cooled 4-stroke in-line
Maximum power :- 105 kW / 140hp water
Displacement:- 1293 cc
Bore & Stroke:- 80.0 mm x 64.3 mm (bore means the diameter of cylinder & stroke is the stroke length)
Power:- 140 hp (105 kW)
Torque:- 87 ft-lbs (118 Nm)
For more information about specs & safety information & other models, visit Gibbs Sports Ambhibians !