Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Parts Motor Onderdil Motor

Parts Motor Onderdil Motor

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Dukung Program Bekasi Bersih

Dukung Program Bekasi Bersih Bekasi Sehat
 

Kota Bekasi melangkah maju dalam penanganan sampah "Bekasi bersih partisipasi blogger" adalah sebuah sosialisasi para blogger bagi kota bekasi yang dengan proyek Landfill Gas Flaring nya telah mengubah sampah kota Bekasi menjadi Carbon Credit dan Tenaga Listrik. Bekasi Bersih Partisipasi Blogger adalah partisipasi dari para Blogger se Indonesia bagi Kota Bekasi.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Technical Info : Synthetic Lubricants Basic

 Technical Info : Synthetic Lubricants Basic

Engines, transmissions and other mechanical systems contain hundreds of moving parts. Though the metal surfaces of these parts look smooth, they are actually full of microscopic peaks and valleys. When the peak of one surface touches its mating surface, it causes wear. Wear may lead to costly component damage or failure. Wear reduction and failure prevention are the primary functions of lubrication.

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Technical Info : Grease Basic

What Is Grease?

According to the Practical Handbook of Lubrication, grease is a lubricant composed of a fluid lubricant thickened with a material that contributes a degree of plasticity.
Greases are typically used in areas where a continuous supply of oil cannot be retained, such as open bearings or chassis components.
Grease Components
Greases are comprised of three essential components: a base fluid,a thickening system and an additive system. Different types and combinations of thickeners and base fluids, along with supplemental structure modifiers and performance additives, combine to give the final product its special lubricating properties. I like to use the analogy of a sponge saturated with oil.

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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

SPARK PLUG DIAGNOSIS CHART























NORMAL
Symptoms: Brown to grayish-tan and slight electrode wear. Correct heat range for engine ad operating conditions.

Recommendations: When new spark plugs are installed, replace with plugs of the same heat range. 




WORN
Symptoms: Rounded electrodes with a small amount of a deposit on the firing end. Normal Color. Causes hard starting in damp or cold weather and poor fuel economy
Recommendations: Plugs have been left in the engine too long. Replace with new plugs of the same heat range. Follow the recommended maintenance schedule.

CARBON DEPOSITS
Symptoms: Dry sooty deposits indicates a rich mixture or weak ignition. Causes misfiring, hard starting, and hesitation.
Recommendations: Make sure the plug has the correct heat Range, Check for clogged air filter or problem in the fuel system or engine management system. Also check for ignition system problems.
ASH DEPOSIT
Symptoms: Light brown deposits encrusted on the side or center electrodes or both. Derived from oil ad/or fuel. Excessive amount may mask the spark, Causing misfiring and hesitation during acceleration.
Recommendations: If excessive deposits accumulate over a short time or mileages, install new valve guide seals to prevent seep-age of oil into the combustion chambers. Also try changing gasoline brands.
OIL DEPOSITS
Symptoms: Oily coating caused by poor oil control, oil is leaking past worn valve guides or piston rings into the combustion chamber. Causes hard starting, misfiring and hesitation.
Recommendations: Correct thr mechanical condition with necessary repairs and install new plugs.
GAP BRIDGING
Symptoms: Combustion deposits lodge between the electrodes, Heavy deposits accumulate ad bridge the electrode gap. The plug ceases to fire, resulting in a dead cylinder.
Recommendations: Locate the faulty plug and remove the deposits from between the electrodes.
TOO HOT
Symptoms: Blistered, white insulator, eroded electrode and absence of deposits. Result in shortened plug life.
Recommendations: Check for the correct plug heat range, over advanced ignition timing, lean fuel mixture, intake manifold vacuum leaks, sticking valves and insufficient engine cooling.
PREIGNITION
Symptoms: Melted electrodes, insulators are white, but may be dirty due to misfiring or flying debris in the combustion chamber. Can lead to engine damage.
Recommendations: Check for the correct plug heat range, over advance ignition timing, lean fuel mixture, insufficient engine cooling and lack of lubrication.
HIGH SPEED GLAZING
Symptoms: Insulator has yellowish, glazed appearance indicates that combustion chamber temperatures have risen suddenly during hard acceleration. Normal deposits melt to form a conductive coating Causes misfiring at high speeds.
Recommendations: Install new plugs. Consider using colder plug if driving habits warrant.
DETONATION
Symptoms: Insulator may be cracked or chipped, improper gap setting techniques can also result in a fractured insulator tip. Can lead to piston damage
Recommendations: Make sure the fuel anti-knock values meet engine requirements. Use care when setting the gaps on new plugs. Avoid lugging the engine.
MECHANICAL DAMAGE
Symptoms: May be causes by a foreign object in the combustion chamber or the piston striking an incorrect reach (too long) plug, Causes a dead cylinder, and could result in piston damage.
Recommendations: Repair the mechanical damage. Remove the foreign object from the engine and/or install the correct reach plug.

 

COOL MOTORCYCLE GADGET

 
TASENDEN
Long-distance bike ride to invite sleepiness potentially life-threatening. Tasenden keeping you safe despite sleeping on the luggage rack motorcycle. Made from a soft material such as dacron cushion, the frame buffer Tasenden equipped helmet / head, slit to put hands and harness that supports the position of ridership to continue to stick to the driver thus avoiding the risk of falling. When used alone, turned into Tasenden removable backpack.
 
Creator : FINALIST BIA 2009 : Dony Arsetyasmoro

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