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Shane van Gisbergen celebrating at the Adelaide 500 after the event was cancelled by the former government then brought back, the last time we'll see a commodore in this track. Doing it in style, nice one Shane!

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Not sure if any of you guys know off or follow David Vizard? He used to release video's on his youtube channel under the name David Vizard Performance but he has a new channel now just called David Vizard. anyway, he's putting out video's at a rapid rate and has a lot of useful info. He had brain surgery not long ago so one has to wonder if he's on a limited time frame and he's trying to put out as much info as he can before it's over?

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I've watched a few. His video styles and editing and some of his claims are a little odd. Has that 80s infomercial vibe to it. :think:

I had to question his one on flat tappets vs roller. There is good reason why engineers went roller and why all OEM/performance use it these days.
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Yes they can be hard to watch sometimes but he's old and I'm sure he's not 100% any more. Non the less, what he knows and shares is worth knowing.

The FT Vs Hydro is interesting. Hydro Rollers are much better for reliability period.
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Yes I’ve read a couple of his books and many of his YouTube videos. It does take patience to watch but he has a wealth of knowledge and is giving it up for free.
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Interesting how much wall wetting there is and not just at the bottom but right around the circumference.
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That's normal for carbies. That's why no OEM use them anymore. Even port injection is getting less common on A to B cars.
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I love this guy's videos on semiconductors and this fitting video just came out on counterfeit semiconductors.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7epnv43jGV8[/youtube]
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This is the rundown from the team that figured out the anti-competitive soft brick in the polish trains.
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Interesting video. Looks like the company wanted them to go back to them for the service. Good the see hackers solving the problem. A million K service on a train. What would that cost.
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