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Power Unit 101 with PETRONAS: Control Electronics, EXPLAINED!

The penultimate episode of #PowerUnit 101 with @PETRONAS Motorsports.

Figuring out the technology behind the Control Electronics– that makes 43 trillion estimations throughout an F1 race!.

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Power Unit 101 with PETRONAS: Control Electronics, EXPLAINED!

The penultimate episode of #PowerUnit101 with @PETRONAS Motorsports 💚

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INSIDER: Inner workings of F1 car electronics explained | IAMSTORIES

Sensors and data play a vital role in F1, but how many are there and where are they fitted? Join John Bradbury, on-car electrician for Sebastian Vettel, and discover more as we take you behind the scenes at the French Grand Prix. This is INSIDER, France. IAMSTORIES

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Silver face Fender Guitar Champ gain enhancement Modification offered D-lab Electronics New life

Is your Champ suffering from low gain, unresponsive tone controls, well I have the answer. D-lab electronics can bring new life to your 70’s vintage Fender Champ or Vibro champ. A little fully reversible modification. The initial design was to keep the amp clean/quiet. Not sure why they decided to do this, but to appreciate the full capability of your Champ, I have the solution. My modification by itself will improve performance. However for ultimate performance, a complete capacitor replacement is recommended. So, send your Champ to my shop. I will ensure it is performing above original specifications.

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Silver face Fender Guitar Champ gain enhancement Modification offered D-lab Electronics New life

Is your Champ suffering from low gain, unresponsive tone controls, well I have the answer. D-lab electronics can bring new life to your 70’s vintage Fender Champ or Vibro champ. A little fully reversible modification. The initial design was to keep the amp clean/quiet. Not sure why they decided to do this, but to appreciate the full capability of your Champ, I have the solution. My modification by itself will improve performance. However for ultimate performance, a complete capacitor replacement is recommended. So, send your Champ to my shop. I will ensure it is performing above original specifications.

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My Job in F1: Evan | Trackside Electronics Leader

Meet Evan, our Chief Nerd… and leader of our Trackside Electronics team! 🤓

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My Job in F1: Evan | Trackside Electronics Leader

Meet Evan, our Chief Geek … and leader of our Trackside Electronic devices team!.

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New Honda CBR1000RR – WSBK | Electronics Explained

Red Bull Honda World Superbike Team

2018 CBR1000RR Fireblade SP2

SP2 is a homologation model produced specifically for superbike racing.Sharing the class-leading chassis and electronics package of the standard Fireblade, the SP2 model incorporates a number of special components that sets it apart.

Visually the carbon pattern insets and gold striping interwoven into the Tricolour paint mark the Fireblade SP2’s difference over the ‘stock’ machine and gold Marchesini wheels (reducing front/rear wheel inertia by 18/9%) are another change. But the real differences – and what gives the Fireblade SP2 ultimate racing potential – lie inside the engine and, in turn, the parts that can be added from the two race kits that will be available.

While the 76mm bore is identical to the standard and SP model, the Fireblade SP2 cylinder head runs 1mm larger, 31.5mm diameter intake valves and 1.5mm larger, 25.5mm diameter exhaust valves, with 10°/12° included valve intake/exhaust included valve angles (from 11°/11°). The valve pitches are identical, maintaining cylinder head width.

It runs the same 13.0:1 compression ratio but uses valve shapes and combustion chambers optimised for efficiency. Elongated spark plugs and a water jacket tightly wrapped around the combustion chambers improve cooling; this technology is derived directly from Honda’s RC213V MotoGP machine.

The pistons use an exclusive crown design with heat treatment that strengthens the area around the piston boss, which itself employs a 2.5mm shorter (and 8g lighter per cylinder) piston pin. Ready to house high-lift camshafts the outer diameter of the valve lifter has grown 2mm to 28mm, while total height and thickness have been reduced saving weight.