Thread: Bluze Bilge
07-03-2007, 12:36 AM #1
Under the cover of yer boisterous goins, Ive crept in and started me own thread. Put all yer trash right here boyz. Saw first Troy Lee Grinnin Jester on Shoei helmet at Kawi Dlr. Then found Court Jester Racin Jester. Dig these sinister jester graphics. Brought me a piece of luck to I'll tell ya. Look what the kid was holdin last nite down at the floatin boat. Took it with pin cam so youd not doubt me bona fides. Will post on occasion only and will not abuse privelage but wanted to give ya fair warnin.
07-03-2007, 02:50 AM #2
Objective data has its value. Hope to update next month when new data published.
07-03-2007, 11:19 AM #3
MACC Comparison Craft
Will be tryin to assemble good set of graphs showin speed/accel of key craft but also fuel consumption. Will improve print quality and organization later. Looks like you need 38gs to buy off the shelf and go 85.
07-03-2007, 01:32 PM #4
Full Color Cutaways
Also want to assemble in one place a good set of full color cutaways. This is rough start. I do study shop manual but a nice color cutaway helps me understand what you guys are talking about. Ultimate would be 3D image that can be rotated and viewed from all angles.
07-03-2007, 02:05 PM #5
- Join Date
- May 2007
- Savannah, GA
I like that last one Blue, you have any more cutaways?
07-03-2007, 07:42 PM #6
Arco, I posted the best color Ultra schematic I currently have published in the public domain. I am sure there are others tho and I will search for them esp since I now know they may be of value to you or others.
Ive been interested for many years in how complex information is best presented to the average person. Have learned that color cutaways are often the best means of explaining or understanding any machinery. I futzed around tryin to make sure I understood how and where to plug off tubes to safely tow PWCs. It finally clicked when Mitch posted that 1 photo with arrows. I remember that visual plain as day.
I'm surprised actually that we don't seem to have a full blown 3D schematic. I have worked with 3D animators to show how machinery works from all angles and know it could be done pretty easily. For now though Ill be happy if I can get at least 2 high quality cutaways from both sides.
Thanx for the question. Any ideas or comments will always be appreciated.
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