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  1. coming up on the 16th. idaho turbo diesels monthly dinner meet the 3rd wed of the month which is wed the 16th. same place, the big meeting room at alejandras.
  2. re-joined from Twin Falls

    merged for ya wayne. hope that is what ya wanted. please confirm email.
  3. re-joined from Twin Falls

    hi wayne. great to have you back on. looking fwd to all your postings. i will see what i can do on merging.
  4. New guy

    glad you are here on the forum. i look fwd to your posts...... also hope to meet up at a dinner meet. we have these the third wed of each month which reminds me i need to put up a thread on the august meet :thumbup: welcome to idaho turbo diesels !
  5. just letting everybody know that we now have a donation plugin to allow the club members to donate to assist with site maintainance, upgrades, and server and domain renewls. you can see the donation tab up above. we have received a few donations so far. to those who have helped with the site, thank you! the new version of the site is up and going, thanks to mikey. it has a bunch of features as well. thanks guys and gals
  6. In the United States, outdoor target shooting has been suspected as the source of numerous wildland fires1,2. Anecdotally, the ammunition involved in most incidents is thought to be of ordinary commercial varieties with bullets composed of inert materials including lead, steel, and copper. No scientific studies have specifically addressed projectile behavior or properties related to ignition of wildland vegetation or organic material. Thus, the primary focus of this study is whether inert projectiles fired from commonly available modern rifles can cause ignition of wildland vegetal matter. The possible mechanism by which inert projectiles could cause ignitions involves the conversion of kinetic energy to thermal energy at impact with a solid object or target. Kinetic energy is proportional to the product of an object’s mass and square of velocity, which is well known for the vast variety of cartridges available for modern firearms. In general, pistol cartridges are designed to propel a bullet much slower with less energy than rifle cartridges. Rifle bullets should thus be the most likely to have sufficient energy for ignition, provided some amount of that energy is converted to heat after impact. Table 1 indicates approximate muzzle energy for a variety of different cartridges. Ballistic impact has been researched extensively but has been directed principally toward understanding penetration or perforation of target materials. For a particular target, projectiles of a given speed will perforate it at higher angles (closer to normal) and ricochet at lower angles (more oblique) (Johnson and others 1982,
  7. indeed finding chrome to be much better than iE now. in fact some websites, with using IE and doing a post, the ''enter'' button does not work. weird stuff.
  8. A new injector seller?

    another interesting thread on CR injectors
  9. sweet! it is great one can search for the equipment and specifications your dodge cummins ram truck came with
  10. looking like a camp trip
  11. great time with a good turnout except we about ran out of seating. the big room had a weak a/c and that needs fixed so we used the main dining room and grouped a few tables together. seating worked out and food was good and we had a good time visiting with all you good people made a plan for a future itd camp trip at an undisclosed location. to be discussed in detail at upcoming idaho turbo diesels dinner meet.
  12. Air Cooled Hemi...

    OUCH!!! i believe i will pass on the hemi. sad occurance i did not expect this.........