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  • Basics of Configuring Drives
    The key to many motion applications is in sizing the drive components lying between the motor and load. Here are the basics. * The overall design determines basic drive mechanisms. * Motor-gearing combinations typically determine gear reduction ratios and other key parameters. Wikipedia page
  • Squeaks happen: A little grease might do the trick
    to a pinion gear. When the steering wheel turns, the gear rotates, moving the rack left or right to steer the car. While Visteon wanted a grease that prevents wear and extends the operating life of the gear, it was also concerned about this separate wear and noise problem. On the smooth side of the rack
  • 2003 Mustang Cobra
    at an awkward angle to the driver, making it a bit difficult to get at. The gearing is close and it's easy to shift into the wrong gear until you get the hang of it. The clutch, which is too stiff for my liking, combined with the hard shifting, makes driving the Cobra quite a workout. Our test vehicle
  • 2001 Mercury Cougar C2
    , as well as higher-ratio rack-and-pinion steering gear for better control. The Cougar C2 handles well. The suspension is tight and soaks up bumps in the road, making them barely noticeable. Steering is crisp what you would expect in a sporty car. Mileage figures rate at 29 mpg highway/20 city, which
  • 2003 Honda Civic Si
    in high gear, concerns about the shifter fade only to be replaced by sounds of an engine racing. The 4.764 final
  • 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier LS
    cancel the shaking forces inherent to inline four-cylinder engines. Our test model came with a five-speed manual transmission. A four-speed automatic is also available. Speaking of the manual transmission, kudos to GM engineers for selecting a top gear ratio that keeps engine rpm at reasonable levels
  • 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR
    The Lancer seems to be a well-kept secret in the U.S., though it is more popular in Japan. It's a real pocket rocket, carrying a 2-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a sixspeed manual tranny. Hit the gas with the car in second gear and you feel like you are headed for orbital speeds
  • Pontiac Grand Am GT1 - Smokin'
    adjusts spark timing, gear selection, and fuel delivery, to automatically limit wheel spin in slippery conditions. Designers used advanced computer-aided techniques to create a body structure that optimizes stiffness while minimizing weight. The car's high-performance suspension handles sharp curves

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