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Old 06-06-2015, 01:36 PM   #1
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Any electrical engineers

If there is an electrical engineer on this site could you PM me. I have a question I would like to ask. My reason for the PM is not to show disrespect to the people on the site. My question is on electrical theory and I am sure I would get a lot of opinions,however I would prefer the facts.
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Engineers build it, Mechanics Make It Work......
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Engineers build it, Mechanics Make It Work......
I acquired a very big respect for engineers over the years.
I will throw just one question out to all the mechanics on this site.
How does a constant velocity carburetor work?
No you can't look it up on Google.
I learned this from an engineer in trade school. There was no Google or internet.
Just sayin!
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A good question.

An engineer designed it.

A manufacture built it.

A mechanic figured out how to fix it and write the repair manual.
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I acquired a very big respect for engineers over the years.

I will throw just one question out to all the mechanics on this site.

How does a constant velocity carburetor work?

No you can't look it up on Google.

I learned this from an engineer in trade school. There was no Google or internet.

Just sayin!

Do I assume you have a BMW bike?
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At some point in time, it becomes necessary to shoot all the engineers and begin production
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At some point in time, it becomes necessary to shoot all the engineers and begin production

Ouch,,,
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I would like to thank the engineers that answered my question. It was refreshing to have everyone agree.
There is something to be said for the P Engineers!
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