con rod


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con rod

n
(Mechanical Engineering) short for connecting rod
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* Lower stability of the crank train (bearings, con rod, mass balancing, etc.) according to the increased oscillating masses.
However, if the con rod failure trashes the engine, will the warranty pay for repairs to the entire engine or is that something to be paid for by the owner's insurance?
After the case Det Con Rod Webb said Davies could have been killed had it not been for the "remarkable bravery" shown by the Chepstow removals men.
After the case, Det Con Rod Webb said: "If it had not been for the bravery of the removal men Mr Davies could have been killed.
Even those not familiar with the workings of a speedway engine could tell the extent of the damage by the sight of the con rod poking through a huge hole.
Powell admitted: "The con rod went straight through the side of the engine in my fourth ride, and then in my last ride the con rod went through Jack's engine as well!
Clearly the total flow to the main and con rod bearings is more than half the flow to all the components.
"I don't want to go through a full con rod development program if I don't have to," he says, "but--because we are starting from scratch--I can use what's already on the shelf in new and unique ways." The same is true of the 48-volt hybrid system.