|12-06-2007 08:33 PM|
|GFocusPJ||It really can help someone visualize a lot about our engine. I thought it was rather interesting anyway, it captured my attention for 5 minutes.|
|12-04-2006 10:12 PM|
|FellowsDrake||I thought it was EXTREMELY fascinating. Yeah I knew how a motor worked already. but it was cool watching it happen. How the coolant flowed and the oil system. I was in awe. :)|
|10-12-2006 01:16 PM|
It looks very similar to another video of the Ford Engine that I saw on here a day or so ago. It's not as in-depth with the heating and cooling but it shows the same concept but with a duratec, here.
I know that this is a duratec, but I thought that since it was similar enough, and just as educational that you would like to be aware of it.
|10-12-2006 12:54 PM|
|08-08-2006 11:01 AM|
I for one did learn something: I didnt know todays motors had little sprayers for the oil, I do know that the older motors use the crank to slap oil up onto the pistons. My only reasoning for believing this is that my 86 AMC I6 runs on 5-10 psi oil and our focus' run at what???
this does deserve a w00t!!
|07-26-2006 10:52 AM|
|dazada||Wow...thats cool. w00t!|
|05-21-2006 09:47 PM|
|pLaYa2284||interesting video, I didn't know much about the internal workings of the engine so I of course learned a lot ... although I wish some of the parts were labeled ... nice video either way|
|03-06-2006 01:28 AM|
Did anyone else notice the word "Zetec" in the credits? Strange...
Nothing I didn't already know about the internal combustion engine...
|11-17-2005 05:30 PM|
|fokuzx3||dadgumit man..its foKuzx3 not fucuzx3..HUGE difference....HUGE! bye|
|11-02-2005 03:40 PM|
|Focusnewb||I apologize, I didn't mean to sound snooty. It is very well done and not something you see everyday. I will definitely show it to my sons and explain what is going on.|
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