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Old 10-15-2009, 10:04 PM   #1
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Years ago I put a Turbo Encabulator in my DeSoto coupe and it worked great but after the modification I had to replace the Johnson rod and muffler bearings every 10,000 miles or so.
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! I haven't watched that video since my early days at UTI! I showed it to Celine, thinking she might enjoy it, but she just gave me the WTF look, as I giggled all the way through the video

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Years ago I put a Turbo Encabulator in my DeSoto coupe and it worked great but after the modification I had to replace the Johnson rod and muffler bearings every 10,000 miles or so.
Johnson Rod! My buddy in College Station had a friend with a newly acquired 1970's motorcycle (I can't remeber the specifics). He came to him and asked if he was doing everything he was suppossed to in order to take good care of his new bike. After discussing all the maintenance that had been done, my buddy asked if he had "Lubricated the Johnson Rod". "What's the Johnson Rod?" was was the obvious question.

"Well", my buddy explains, "if you have ever seen the exploded diagram of a bike, you need to understand that the Johnson Rod holds it all together."

Guy went to a shop in town and requested that they lube the Johnson Rod. A little later he picked his bike up with a bill due for "Lubrication of Johnson Rod"!

I am sure I am missing some of the details or got some wrong, but that was the gist of it.
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They actually billed him for lubing his Johnson rod?
I hope he got a "happy ending" at no extra charge!
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LMAO... He shows us the backside of the manual... He attaches battery charger cables to the same metal housing... zapp
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aint a joke man. this stuff is important, if you dont understand it now, you need to get back into school. this is COMMON EVERYDAY TECH. i feel sorry for some of you.

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LMAO... He shows us the backside of the manual... He attaches battery charger cables to the same metal housing... zapp
that was a battery tester btw

no zap involved.
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Johnson Rod! My buddy in College Station had a friend with a newly acquired 1970's motorcycle (I can't remeber the specifics). He came to him and asked if he was doing everything he was suppossed to in order to take good care of his new bike. After discussing all the maintenance that had been done, my buddy asked if he had "Lubricated the Johnson Rod". "What's the Johnson Rod?" was was the obvious question.

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Guy went to a shop in town and requested that they lube the Johnson Rod. A little later he picked his bike up with a bill due for "Lubrication of Johnson Rod"!

I am sure I am missing some of the details or got some wrong, but that was the gist of it.
That reminds me when I used to work at a shot in river oaks, we used to do inspections so we had the dyno for emission testing, but this dyno won't give you hp figures at all it just acts as a brake to simulate road conditions.

This young douchie shows up wiith a souped up toyota wanting to know how awesome his car was, and my boss happily obliged to put his car on the dyno and give him some imaginary hp number....the guys was ecstatic !
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That reminds me when I used to work at a shot in river oaks, we used to do inspections so we had the dyno for emission testing, but this dyno won't give you hp figures at all it just acts as a brake to simulate road conditions.

This young douchie shows up wiith a souped up toyota wanting to know how awesome his car was, and my boss happily obliged to put his car on the dyno and give him some imaginary hp number....the guys was ecstatic !
haha I've done that too, but I give them a super low #

when they say the # is off, I tell them this is a SAE dyno, it factors in stuff the other dyno's leave out, to give an accurate result.

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