Brenspeed Gives This High-Mileage 2009 GT500 650 HP

Since Ford shared how much power the 2020 Shelby GT500 will make, in addition to how much it will cost you, owners of the previous generation GT500 might feel it’s a good time to make some upgrades. But what if your car has more than 100,000 miles on it? Should you really mess with its high-mileage Modular or Trinity? Brenspeed, the Mod motor Mustang experts located in Indiana, got their hands on a one-owner 2009 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 with 106,000 miles on it. According to the video, the car received a 2.9-liter Whipple twin-screw supercharger, in addition to a few other performance parts, and made 658 hp to the wheels on 93 octane. According to Brenspeed, the Whipple W175HPR, known as the supercharger of choice for the Ford Racing Cobra Jet programs, produces incredibly high power levels with the stock 5.4-liter Shelby GT500 engine as well as highly modified engines. The Whipple serves as a direct bolt-on replacement and gives the owner the ability to run higher boost levels than the factory 2.1-liter 122ci roots-type supercharger. The W175HPR Gen 3 compressors can run nearly 25 psi of boost, though at that level some engine modifications may be required for performance. Th...

KTM 450SXF BUYER’S GUIDE: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FROM 2007 TO 2019

Publisher – Motocross Action Magazine is the worlds leading publication about motocross and supercross. The core of Motocross Action magazine is its bike tests. We spend a lot of time testing everything as thoroughly as possible to better inform you about the good, the bad and the ugly of modern motocross machines. The same holds true for the R&D departments of every motorcycle manufacturer. There are men who have dedicated their lives to building the best possible bike they can—within the budget, time and patience constraints of corporate bureaucracies. Sometimes they build something wonderful and sometimes—well, you already know what happens when things go sideways. KTM has been building motocross bikes for decades, but it wasn’t until recently that KTM became a serious contender in American motocross (and more importantly, on American showroom floors). MXA wanted to go back to 2007 and show you the progress that KTM has made in the last 12 years. All the copy is pulled from the MXA  bike tests of each model year. See what we thought back then and how our KTM 450SXFs have changed over the passing of time. What follows is the good, the bad and the ugly of 12 years wor...

Fraunhofer ILT: Making Tungsten Carbide-Cobalt Cutting Tools with LPBF 3D Printing

AM POLYMERS GmbH: New Polypropylene ROLASERIT PP03O for Laser Sintering with 200 % Elongation at Break and Other New Materials AM POLYMERS GmbH: New Polypropylene ROLASERIT PP03O for Laser Sintering with 200 % Elongation at Break and Other New Materials Obviously, the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT does a lot of work with lasers, and, in the same vein, with metal 3D printing processes that use lasers. Now, it’s teaming up with scientists from the Institute for Materials Applications in Mechanical Engineering IWM and the Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering WZL, both at RWTH Aachen University, to investigate laser processes for the 3D printing of cutting tools made of tungsten carbide-cobalt (WC-Co). The new AiF project – “Additive Manufacturing of Machining Tools out of WC-Co – AM of WC-Co” – began on October 1st 2019 and will last for 30 months; funding is provided by the Otto von Guericke e.V. working group of industrial research associations. Cutting tools made of WC-Co are very heat- and wear-resistant, which is what one generally wants in this type of application, but it’s not easy to use conventional methods of manufacturing to create the...

How Secure is Your Security Badge? — Krebs on Security

YPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”> Security conferences are a great place to learn about the latest hacking tricks, tools and exploits, but they also remind us of important stuff that was shown to be hackable in previous years yet never really got fixed. Perhaps the best example of this at last week’s annual DefCon security conference in Las Vegas came from hackers who built on research first released in 2010 to show just how trivial it still is to read, modify and clone most HID cards — the rectangular white plastic “smart” cards that organizations worldwide distribute to employees for security badges. Nearly four years ago, researchers at the Chaos Communication Congress (CCC), a security conference in Berlin, released a paper (PDF) demonstrating a serious vulnerability in smart cards made by Austin, Texas-based HID Global, by far the largest manufacturer of these devices. The CCC researchers showed that the card reader device that HID sells to validate the data stored on its then-new line of iClass proximity cards includes the master encryption key needed to ...

GAZE Wine Cocktails taps into active lifestyle trends with introduction of innovative new wine beverage

SANTA ROSA, Calif., June 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – Wine producer Vintage Wine Estates unveiled an innovative new wine beverage to an enthusiastic crowd of wine lovers at the Food and Wine Classic in Aspen, America’s premier wine and food event. GAZE Wine Cocktails blends quality California wine with natural ingredients popular with wellness-minded consumers. The two new varieties include Coconut Water-Chardonnay-Moscato and Blueberry-Pomegranate Moscato. Both are lower-calorie and lightly effervescent. The package is a sleek, portable, recyclable aluminum bottle with twist-off closure and bright, silkscreened graphics. “We noticed many consumers who enjoy wine also practice a lifestyle that includes fitness, yoga, meditation, outdoor activities, self-care and other positive pursuits,” commented Terry Wheatley, President Vintage Wine Estates. “We wanted to appeal to them by combining wine with some of their favorite ingredients in a modern, fun, easy-to-enjoy wine cocktail.” Coconut water, blueberries and pomegranates are popular dietary choices for many. Blending these ingredients with a light and refreshing wine creates a completely new beverag...

5 Questions with… Chris Geelhart, lead meteorologist at the National Weather Service at Lincoln | Local

Chris Geelhart, lead meteorologist at the National Weather Service at Lincoln, stands by the weather balloon the organization launches twice daily. Chris Geelhart, lead meteorologist at the National Weather Service at Lincoln, stands by the weather balloon the organization launches twice daily. My interest in weather extends way back into my childhood. Around the time I was in kindergarten, I was greatly afraid of storms. My mom suggested I get a library book on weather, and if I learned why storms occurred, I would be less afraid. My interest has never wavered since then. I started as a meteorological technician, so my path to being a meteorologist was a little different than usual. I completed my education as a combination of traditional college courses, as well as correspondence and online courses. A typical meteorologist in the National Weather Service usually has at least a Bachelor’s degree in meteorology or atmospheric science, and many have also completed graduate studies. Once a meteorologist joins the NWS, he or she will also receive extensive training on interpretation and use of Doppler radar. We have also recently received training on the latest generation of ...

Organic Farms Use Plastic Mulch For Weed Control; 1 Solution Is Controversial : The Salt : NPR

Lettuce sprouts amid rows of plastic covering the ground at One Straw Farm, an organic operation north of Baltimore. Although conventional farmers also use plastic mulch, organic produce farms like One Straw rely on the material even more because they must avoid chemical weed killers, which are banned in organic farming. Lisa Elaine Held/NPR hide caption Lettuce sprouts amid rows of plastic covering the ground at One Straw Farm, an organic operation north of Baltimore. Although conventional farmers also use plastic mulch, organic produce farms like One Straw rely on the material even more because they must avoid chemical weed killers, which are banned in organic farming. Drew and Joan Norman have been producing organic vegetables on 60 acres just north of Baltimore since 1983. On a recent spring day, signs of another new season at One Straw Farm were everywhere: seedlings in the greenhouse waiting to be transplanted, asparagus ready to be picked, tiny leaves of red- and green-leaf lettuce sprouting out of the ground — and rows and rows of plastic covering the ground on each field. Plastic is under attack these days for the environmental problems it causes. But sustainability-min...

High-tech manufacturing company to build, expand multiple times in Greenwood

A high-tech manufacturing company with a central Indiana footprint wants to build its corporate headquarters and warehouse in Greenwood, and the company already has plans to expand the 100,000-square-foot building twice in the next five years. Lionshead Precision Metals, LLC, which had a facility on the south side of Indianapolis, wants to build a new facility further south, in southeast Greenwood, directly east of Interstate 65 near Stop 18 Road. The city’s Advisory Plan Commission recently approved a rezone of about 28 acres to heavy industrial from suburban fringe for construction of the facility, and sent a favorable recommendation to the city council, which followed suit, unanimously approving the rezone last week. In order to do that, city officials had to remove the property from the I-65/Worthsville Overlay Zone, which does not allow for manufacturing facilities in that area. The company will still be expected to follow similar requirements to those in the overlay zone, said Dale Davis, planning director. “Since this is being removed from the overlay district, we wanted to make sure that overlay district oversight is still in place,” Davis said. “This will still have to...

Review: VeloMini Scoot and T1 trailer turns an electric scooter into a truck

Just when I thought I had seen all there was to see in the electric scooter industry, the VeloMini Scoot and T1 trailer popped up on my radar. I’ve seen bicycles pull trailers before, but I’ve never had an electric scooter that I could do all of my grocery shopping with… until now. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The VeloMini Scoot is an electric scooter model offered by VeloMini, an electric micromobility company in Santa Clara, California. While the VeloMini Scoot is available on its own, combining it with VeloMini’s T1 trailer makes it an awesome errand running machine. I used it mostly for groceries, but it also worked great for running a few boxes over to the post office and even lugging my camera gear around during the review (don’t forget to check out the video review below!). Don’t forget to check out my video review of the Velomini Scoot and T1 trailer below. Then read on for the rest of my review! We’ll start with the VeloMini Scoot electric scooter by itself, since you don’t have to pair it with the trailer. On its own, the VeloMini Scoot is a $599 electric scooter that competes well against the rest of the pack of electric scooters. It accelerates ...

Police: Suspects in recent ABC Liquor thefts stole $6,000 worth of liquor

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Police are searching for two suspects who stole two bottles of high-end liquor worth more than $6,000 from a Tallahassee liquor store. The Tallahassee Police Department is investigating a theft that happened on April 22 at the ABC Liquors on Thomasville Road. They say the suspects stole two bottles of high-end liquor valued at over $6,000. Both people are also suspects in other recent ABC Liquor thefts. CBD Packing, Glass Droper Bottle, 60ml E-liquid Bottle, CBD Balm Jar – ANKE,https://www.ankepacking.com/

NYC holiday attractions: Light shows; holiday, train shows 2019

This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. LuminoCity Festival is a new immersive holiday lights spectacular coming to NYC in 2019 Rockland/Westchester Journal News There’s nothing like the glow of holiday lights to make a season bright. And no season is brighter than the holidays in New York City. This year, there are some dazzling new attractions to take in, including LuminoCity Festival on Randall’s Island, the Hello Panda light display at CitiField, the return of an old favorite, Holiday Lights at The Bronx Zoo, and a new location for the NY Botanical Garden’s annual Holiday Train Show. LuminoCity is a new immersive holiday light experience at Randall’s Island. (Photo: (C) Magical Winter Lights) Looking for something new? Head to Randall’s Island where 16 acres of the park have been transformed into a massive, interactive lights festival that also includes performances, shopping and food. While you wander awestruck, phone in hand, you’ll enter A Winter Fantasy, Wild Adventure, and Sweet Dreams, all with huge LED light installations such as a glowing unicorn, a do...

Calcium Chloride Food Grade Market Analysis by Key Players, Size, Competitive Analysis, Global and Regional Forecast

“Calcium Chloride Food Grade market report 2019 to 2024” is the definitive study of the global Calcium Chloride Food Grade market. The report content includes orientation technology, industry drivers, geographic trends, market statistics, market forecasts, producers, and equipment suppliers of Calcium Chloride Food Grade industry. Look insights of Global Calcium Chloride Food Grade industry market research report at https://www.pioneerreports.com/report/455696    The overviews, SWOT analysis and strategies of each vendor in the Calcium Chloride Food Grade market provide understanding about the market forces and how those can be exploited to create future opportunities. Get sample Copy of this Calcium Chloride Food Grade Market Report at https://www.pioneerreports.com/request-sample/455696  Production Analysis: SWOT analysis of major key players of Calcium Chloride Food Grade industry based on a Strengths, Weaknesses, company’s internal & external environments. …, Opportunities and Threats. . It also includes Production, Revenue, and average product price and market shares of key players. Those data are further drilled down with Manufacturing Base Distribution, Production Ar...

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