How Much Power (in Watts) Does a 5500 Btu Window Air Conditioner Use?

5500 BTU = 1611.890885947 Watts per hour Not sure how much of that is used for the dehumidifier. Additional This is a quote from e-how. A window AC unit is not a dehumidifier. The dry mode is designed only to remove extra moisture from the air, not dry it out completely. Dehumidifiers use filters and advanced systems to draw out much more moisture from the air than an air conditioning unit can. Users should not expect the efficiency of a dehumidifier simply by switching to dry mode. You did not state the make or model. Since you gave limited info you get limited answers. No need to be rude!

1. How do I hook my Comcast Cable box to my TV?

If you can give the make and model of the TV it would help but if your tv uses an antenna you can get a converter from the electronics store (Radioshack, Bestbuy, Circuit City)

2. What is a good TV for a tv in my bedroom...NOT TOO MUCH MONEY!?

I do not know what your budget is or what you will consider a "good TV". You could get an old style CRT (or Tube) model for under $100 bucks that will be fairly small (around 20 inches) and serve you fine for watching traditional TV. If you need an HDTV, then I would consider getting a small LCD model, $300 to $400. Both of these styles are easy to find at any electronics retailer. I just searched on bestbuy to get you these approximate prices. I do not worry too much about the brands when shopping for TV's, I have not found much difference. If you want to be more specific about your budget, maybe we can be more helpful.

3. What does it feel like to be attractive? Mature answers only!?

I honestly think you should go to a counselor or a therapist. I suspect that you are not "unattractive", and you can get help for self esteem problems. But anyway...being attractive is not worth as much as it seems to be worth. I mean, if you are trying to be model, sure, but if you are going to school/normal job/the park on a weekend...it does not mean much! Being attractive can attract attention, but this does not necessarily boost one's ego. Being stared at can cause anxiety no matter the reason behind it.

4. the master cylinder is bad in my car. How technical is it to replace? Are there any special tools involved?

Depends on: 1) The car 2) Whether or not it's ABS 3) How mechanically competent you are We need the make and model to give you a proper answer, however, if it's a general repair you would probably need the proper wrenches - line and box end. 2 short pieces of steel brake line - if you do not have a vice to "bench bleed" the M/C before installing it (lowering the risk of getting brake fluid on your paint), use the brake lines and bend them so that they go back into the M/C. Fill it up and have a friend pump the brake pedal until you do not see air bubbles coming from the lines, then hook up the M/C to the car. Now this is where it gets a li'l hairy. Now you have to bleed each caliper/wheel cylinder, but there is a sequence you have to follow to make sure you get all the air out of your lines. I have not had to bleed a whole system in a long time, so this is where I turn it over to the Yahoo community.

5. Where and what do I buy thermal/night-vision binoculars/scopes?

"Money is not too big of a problem....... but please, nothing over $300..." A really nice thermal imaging camera that can tell the difference between a moose and a man at 800yds in a snowstorm - about $630,000. or, tell where heat is leaking out. They typically start around $9800 for the cheap ones and $20,000 for a decent one that can take some abuse. Nightvision scopes are much much cheaper. They are rated at Generation 1, 2, 3, 4 , and 5. Generation 1 is similar to 1970's Vietnam vintage technology and run between $200-$300 - and most models are cheapo Russian or China stuff that sucks out loud. These things require an Infra Red flood lamp to work decent. Generation 2-3 are not so bad if you can find an American or model made by a reputable company. Very Important - you need to buy it from a company that is still going to be in business a few years from now incase you need repairs! Ebay, ar15.com, gunbroker.com are the last place you want to buy from - and avoid used ones like the plague. These things are very, very easy to damge the main imager sensor or tube if accidentally exposed to any light! That said. You say it is just something to have. Try this - go borrow a digital single lens reflex camera (DSLR) - a digital camera where you can adjust the ISO speed and how long the camera iris stays open. When you set such a camera to ISO 400 or faster, with the iris speed set at 2 seconds or more - when pointed at a big, dark area - the image comes out like nightvision. Except it is in color rather than green. (( I do allot of low light photography (aurora) and I design CCTV security systems. )) This works - and when you crank the DSLR up to ISO 1800 or 3200 you can drop the speed down to 1 or .5 seconds and you can easily make out a fox that is 400 yards away in near total darkness. This camera trick - and even expensive night vision scopes - all requrie some sort of light to work. Starlight is ok - moonlight is awesome. A dark rainy night you wo not get squat unless you have an IR Illuminator. Upside to that camera trick - you can use it like nightvision and nobody will think you can see anything. In NV equipment - you get what you pay for........ and $300 is not enough to get anything that is going to make your happy or impress you. Good luck

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DNA Model Help ?.?.?.?.?
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In addition, with the advancement of genetic techniques it has become an excellent model to study the gene function in vivo. The recent sequencing of the macronucleus genome should ensure that Tetrahymena will be continuously used as a model system. Tetrahymena thermophila exists in 7 different sexes (mating types) that can reproduce in 21 different combinations, and a single tetrahymena cannot reproduce sexually with itself. Each organism "decides" which sex it will become during mating, through a stochastic process. Studies on Tetrahymena have contributed to several scientific milestones including: First cell which showed synchronized division, which led to the first insights into the existence of mechanisms which control the cell cycle. Identification and purification of the first cytoskeleton based motor protein such as dynein. Aid in the discovery of lysosomes and peroxisomes. Early molecular identification of somatic genome rearrangement. Discovery of the molecular structure of telomeres, telomerase enzyme, the templating role of telomerase RNA and their roles in cellular senescence and chromosome healing (for which a Nobel Prize was won). Nobel Prize-winning co-discovery (1989, in Chemistry) of catalytic RNA (ribozyme). Discovery of the function of histone acetylation. Demonstration of the roles of posttranslational modification such as acetylation and glycylation on tubulins and discovery of the enzymes responsible for some of these modifications (glutamylation) Crystal structure of 40S ribosome in complex with its initiation factor eIF1 First demonstration that two of the "universal" stop codons, UAA and UAG, will code for the amino acid glutamine in some eukaryotes, leaving UGA as the only termination codon in these organisms.— — — — — —Model organism in life science researchBecause of its long history of laboratory culture and ease of manipulation, E. coli plays an important role in modern biological engineering and industrial microbiology. The work of Stanley Norman Cohen and Herbert Boyer in E. coli, using plasmids and restriction enzymes to create recombinant DNA, became a foundation of biotechnology. E. coli is a very versatile host for the production of heterologous proteins, and various protein expression systems have been developed which allow the production of recombinant proteins in E. coli. Researchers can introduce genes into the microbes using plasmids which permit high level expression of protein, and such protein may be mass-produced in industrial fermentation processes. One of the first useful applications of recombinant DNA technology was the manipulation of E. coli to produce human insulin. Many proteins previously thought difficult or impossible to be expressed in E. coli in folded form have been successfully expressed in E. coli. For example, proteins with multiple disulphide bonds may be produced in the periplasmic space or in the cytoplasm of mutants rendered sufficiently oxidizing to allow disulphide-bonds to form, while proteins requiring post-translational modification such as glycosylation for stability or function have been expressed using the N-linked glycosylation system of Campylobacter jejuni engineered into E. coli. Modified E. coli cells have been used in vaccine development, bioremediation, production of biofuels, lighting, and production of immobilised enzymes. Strain K-12 is a mutant form of E. coli that over-expresses the enzyme Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP). The mutation arises due to a defect in the gene that constantly codes for the enzyme. A gene that is producing a product without any inhibition is said to have constitutive activity. This particular mutant form is used to isolate and purify the aforementioned enzyme. Strain OP50 of Escherichia coli is used for maintenance of Caenorhabditis elegans cultures. Strain JM109 is a mutant form of E. coli that is recA and endA deficient. The strain can be utilized for blue/white screening when the cells carry the fertility factor episome Lack of recA decreases the possibility of unwanted restriction of the DNA of interest and lack of endA inhibit plasmid DNA decomposition. Thus, JM109 is useful for cloning and expression systems. Model organismE. coli is frequently used as a model organism in microbiology studies. Cultivated strains (e.g. E. coli K12) are well-adapted to the laboratory environment, and, unlike wild-type strains, have lost their ability to thrive in the intestine. Many laboratory strains lose their ability to form biofilms. These features protect wild-type strains from antibodies and other chemical attacks, but require a large expenditure of energy and material resources. E. coli is often used as a representative microorganism in the research of novel water treatment and sterilisation methods, including photocatalysis. By standard plate count methods, following sequential dilutions, and growth on agar gel plates, the concentration of viable organisms or CFUs (Colony Forming Units), in a known volume of treated water can be evaluated, allowing the comparative assessment of materials performance. In 1946, Joshua Lederberg and Edward Tatum first described the phenomenon known as bacterial conjugation using E. coli as a model bacterium, and it remains the primary model to study conjugation. E. coli was an integral part of the first experiments to understand phage genetics, and early researchers, such as Seymour Benzer, used E. coli and phage T4 to understand the topography of gene structure. Prior to Benzer's research, it was not known whether the gene was a linear structure, or if it had a branching pattern. E. coli was one of the first organisms to have its genome sequenced; the complete genome of E. coli K12 was published by Science in 1997 From 2002 to 2010, a team at the Hungarian Academy of Science created a strain of Escherichia coli called MDS42, which is now sold by Scarab Genomics of Madison, WI under the name of "Clean Genome. E.coli", where 15% of the genome of the parental strain (E. coli K-12 MG1655) were removed to aid in molecular biology efficiency, removing IS elements, pseudogenes and phages, resulting in better maintenance of plasmid-encoded toxic genes, which are often inactivated by transposons. Biochemistry and replication machinery were not altered. By evaluating the possible combination of nanotechnologies with landscape ecology, complex habitat landscapes can be generated with details at the nanoscale. On such synthetic ecosystems, evolutionary experiments with E. coli have been performed to study the spatial biophysics of adaptation in an island biogeography on-chip. Studies are also being performed attempting to program E. coli to solve complicated mathematics problems, such as the Hamiltonian path problem.
Is a Base Tesla Model 3 for $35,000 a Better Value Than Purchasing a Used 75 KWh Model S for the Sam
Is a Base Tesla Model 3 for $35,000 a Better Value Than Purchasing a Used 75 KWh Model S for the Sam
As a Model 3 owner, I would say it depends upon your needs. My car is both bigger and heavier than any car I have owned and I still have my Volvo 850 station wagon, not a small car.The base Model 3 will not come with "free supercharging" while the used Model S should still be included as it was sold for the life of the car. The Model S at that price will probably have a lot of miles, but it also has a hatchback instead of a trunk. Being lighter, the Model 3 will not be as hard on tires, if that is a concern based on your driving style.The base Model 3 gets somewhat less range with a much smaller battery pack than the Model S, and being even lighter than mine, it could be good for the tire life, too. The Model 3 battery is an improved version, with larger cell size, but fewer cells than the Model S. But that older design has proven itself to be quite good after 100,000 or more miles, where the same numbers have yet to be seen for most Model 3 owners.One thing I do not regret buying is the Autopilot package upgrade. That may not even be available on a used Model S depending upon the year of manufacture. It may not mean as much to you as it does to me, but that 9000 mile trip was much less stressful due to the car following the highway lanes by itself, slowing itself for traffic ahead near major cities, and radar braking when a truck suddenly cut in front before I could noticed on a few occasions when I had become distracted1. Can you surprise your spouse with a Tesla Model X, or will you need something installed in your home in advance for charging?Before you bring an electric car home, you will want to have a place to charge it. However, that does not have to be a custom charger installation, at least right away.There are several options that you could look into for charging:120V outlet in the garage. Any modern garage should have at least this type of outlet. This outlet is good for charging 50-60 miles overnight. This may be sufficient for a long time, depending on your driving needs. If you stick with this long term, you should probably make sure it's a quality, heavy duty outlet.240V outlet in the garage. An RV outlet, dryer outlet, or welder outlet for example. The Tesla comes with adapters for its portable charger for a 120V outlet and a 240V/50A RV outlet. There is also an adapter available for a 240V/30A outlet.Somewhere the car is already parking during the day. That could be chargers at work or even a grocery store. Unless you are pretty sure you can get a charger anytime you want it, I would consider this short term or opportunistic.Supercharger stations. If there is one in the area, this can be a short term solution also. Depending on the car, it might be free, or cost more than charging at home, but it has a hassle factor either way. Much more convenient to charge at home while you are sleeping.If you have any of these options, they will work fine for the few weeks it takes to get a charger installed (if you need one).I do not recommend it long term, but I charged my Tesla for 4 years with the mobile charger on an extension cord to a 240V/30A circuit in my shop (30 feet away). The mobile charger is fine for long term use, but an extension cord is not recommended. I built it carefully with the appropriate size wire and it worked fine. I finally installed a Tesla wall charger after 4 years. Have fun with your new, surprise Tesla. I've never regretted owning mine!.2. Does the Tesla Model 3 really only cost 35k?Yes, it does. It might cost even less depending on where you live, as an incentive of buying an electric car. Elon Musk did this to make the car affordable for the average person. This is an interesting decision however because the majority of people will end up spending way more than that $35,000, because that $35,000 is just the base price. However, this gives people more room to get all the bells and whistles.Does the Tesla Model 3 really only cost 35k?3. Why can third party software upgrade a Tesla Model 3 LR to become better than the Model 3u2019s performance?Yes it can (if it is the LR dual motor and not the long range RWD.)At least that is the claim and the demonstration from Rich, a YouTuber that has an independent Tesla repair and upgrade shop.His YouTube channel is called Rich Rebuilds.
100-mph Tesla Model 3 Crash Sent Hundreds of Scorching Battery Cells Flying, Started a Fire in a Hou
100-mph Tesla Model 3 Crash Sent Hundreds of Scorching Battery Cells Flying, Started a Fire in a Hou
100-mph Tesla Model 3 crash sent hundreds of scorching battery cells flying, started a fire in a house, and took 3 hours to clean up• A crashed on Tuesday in Corvallis, Oregon, flinging hot battery cells far from the crash site. • Two cells broke through nearby windows - one landed in someone's lap, while the other landed on a bed and caught the sheets on fire, the police said. • The Corvallis Police Department said the driver was going over 100 mph and sustained only minor injuries. Tesla has caught heat in the past for its battery packs bursting into flames, but a crash on Tuesday in Corvallis, Oregon, suggests that the might pose a fire hazard not just to themselves but to the surrounding environment. In an incident spotted by The Drive , a speeding Model 3 hit a power pole, shearing the pole at its base and hurling bits of the car far from the crash site, the Corvallis Police Department said in a statement on Facebook . The Model 3 was obliterated, and its battery pack was destroyed, flinging burning-hot battery cells around the neighborhood.Battery cells broke through two windows of two homes - one landed on a person's lap, while the other landed on a bed and caught the sheets on fire, the police said."A tire was ripped from the car during the collision and struck the second story siding of a nearby apartment complex with such force that it ruptured the water pipes within the wall, destroying the bathroom to the apartment and flooding the downstairs portion of the apartment as well," the police said. The police said the driver was going over 100 mph when he lost control of the vehicle, plowing into the power pole, two trees, and a telephone junction box. The driver fled on foot but was found nearby and transported to the hospital with minor injuries. The police charged him with a DUI, hit and run, criminal mischief, reckless driving, and reckless endangering. The police said authorities tried to collect as many of the battery cells as they could, spending roughly three hours investigating and cleaning up. But on Wednesday the department told residents to be on the lookout for "potentially hazardous batteries" that could stay hot for up to 24 hours and emit toxic fumes and chemicals. Batteries overheating is always a problem when it comes to EVs, and it's more likely to occur when the cells leave their protective pack and cooling system. Studies have found that EVs are no more likely to catch fire than combustion-engine cars and that they might actually be statistically safer That the driver sustained only minor injuries may be a testament to the Model 3's passenger safety, but an EV spewing burning batteries into the environment and through windows may not be a good sign for those outside the car. Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment.— — — — — —Tesla Model S inverter DC bus voltageThe induction motor has fewer turns of heavier wire than normal .The power of the motor is the same .It is just more amps at less volts .Say if you consider higher DC bus voltages like Porshe the induction motor would have more turns of lower diameter wire.If the Bus DC voltage was really high like thousands then insulation issues would kill the concept . If the DC bus volts was really low like say 48 then the motor wire would be very thick and cable copper losses would be high unless you used very heavy copper.Sure you could use a boost converter like you said but at the power ratings needed it would cost some money and add some weight and waste some power— — — — — —Do you think the Standard Range Tesla Model 3 will be first released with Premium interior, hence a $40k starting price?Itu2019s doubtful. Reservation holders have been waiting for a long time for the base model. When I got my Model 3 back in December, I had a choice of getting the only configuration, waiting until approximately the middle of this year to get AWD (Tesla met the deadline) or waiting until the base version comes out. The latter had an approximate time frame of the end of this year. The base model might not come until January, which wonu2019t be far off the mark compared to what was originally promised, but I canu2019t see a good excuse for not offering it by then.It probably wonu2019t slow down production much at all to start making a batch with a different battery pack that connects the same way. There will need to be some effort to retool for the standard interior, but for the most part it will consist of doing less. The seats wonu2019t be heated or powered, so they will probably bolt in the same way but need no wiring. The sound system will need fewer speakers. The side mirrors wonu2019t need motors for folding, and might use cheaper glass. The lamp housing wonu2019t have fog lamps. All of those should simplify the build process a bit.The only part that will require a change will be the lack of a glass roof. It will require robots to attach a steel roof. Thatu2019s among the easier things to do.Do you think the Standard Range Tesla Model 3 will be first released with Premium interior, hence a $40k starting price?.
Tesla Model S Versus Chevy Volt?
Tesla Model S Versus Chevy Volt?
Tesla Model S Versus Chevy Volt?Tesla, because you can not even buy a Volt yet— — — — — —The 2020 Tesla Model Y Proves How Far Behind The Rest Of The Auto Industry Still IsMy opinion of Tesla in recent years has been one hell of a roller-coaster ride. At first, I admired the company's fast, innovative electric cars; then I grew to hate CEO Elon Musk's constant Twitter shenanigans and nuclear takes on journalists and the media. Then I drove a Model S, a Model X and a Model 3; the last one twice, actually, first a Standard Range, followed by a Performance model. I loved each one of them, mostly for what felt like cutting-edge technology, performance and a general sense of feeling different, the way Apple computers must have felt when they competed against the beige-box Windows PCs of the 1990s. Then, finally, I despised Tesla for inflicting owners with an innumerable amount of post-sales issues, including notoriously poor quality control. I do not know what is worse between a paint job that peels off during the first winter, or door handles that refuse to operate properly during a cool Canadian morning; do not even get me started on the infamous panel gaps. This year, Tesla is back with its most important car possibly ever: the Model Y. It's priced to sell in the ultra-important, ultra-popular, ultra-lucrative midsize crossover segment, smaller and cheaper than a Model X and without those problematic Falcon Doors. Unlike wild experiments like the forthcoming Cybertruck-if that even happens as-is-the Model Y is meant to be a major volume-seller, the car that keeps the bills paid. But it also needs to still be a Tesla, meaning fast, high-tech and a cut above all other EVs, long as you check expectations about quality at the normally-opening door. Yet will the 2020 Tesla Model Y being plagued with build quality issues affect its desirability? Perhaps not. Because here's the cold hard truth about Tesla: whether we like it or not, it's still ahead of the curve. Way ahead. And the more I drive Tesla's cars, the sadder I feel about the rest of the auto industry. • Powertrain: Dual electric motor setup mounted on each axle, one permanent-magnet synchronous, one AC induction / 75 kWh battery • Quick Take: Still the most technological EV on sale, the most range in its class, the strangest EV on the market. Build quality remains an issue. The Model Y may share a platform and a lot of related parts with the Model 3, but it's poised to strike hard in a segment that will start boiling anytime between now and next year. As I write this, the Model Y's only rivals are the Jaguar I-Pace and Audi e-tron. But come this fall, the Ford Mustang Mach-E could give the Y a run for its money. Nissan then plans on deploying the promising Ariya later in 2021, and finally, Cadillac will join the party with the Lyriq sometime in 2023. But why are not any of these models on the market yet? I am asking the same question, which I will get back to in a bit. To take them all on, the Model Y (across all its trim levels) is powered by a 75-kWh battery pack powering two axle-mounted electric motors. The rear one, which is the car's main source of propulsion, is Tesla's own Permanent Magnet Switched Reluctance type, a fancy term to describe permanent magnets that are located within the rotor itself. These are, basically, more efficient than most electric motors currently on the market. The front motor is a more conventional induction-type layout-similar to what you get in a Chevrolet Bolt EV-providing high levels of torque at low speeds, but also more energy-hungry. This is why the Model Y is first and foremost rear-wheel-drive. The front motor kicks in only when you really need it. Total power output from this Dual Motor setup is rated at 286 kilowatts, or the equivalent of 384 horsepower and 376 lb-ft of torque. Tesla claims the entry-level Long-Range model (the one I tested) will hit zero to 60 mph in just under five seconds and that it will drive up to 310 miles on a single charge. Such specifications pulverize both the Jaguar I-Pace (234 miles) and Audi e-tron (204 miles). Only the upcoming Mach-E with the extended range package has a chance to compete against this Tesla. Perhaps more impressive is the Model Y's 3,500-pound towing rating, which is a first in this category of vehicles. However, you do need to tick off a $1,000 Tow Hitch option to get it. Pricing for a 2020 Tesla Model Y kicks off at $49,990 USD (or $69,990 in Canada) before applicable rebates, and will climb all the way to $59,990 USD for a much faster Performance model. Up here in Québec, where state-subsidized incentives are strong and EVs sell well, the Model Y is sadly not eligible for anything due to its high price tag. And while the Model Y is technically a five-seater, you can add a third row for a seven-seat interior. However, because the option costs $3,000, and that the seats themselves are tiny and eat up a fair amount of cargo space, I do not recommend getting it. Except for what I just mentioned above, there are not many available options for a Model Y. Your choice of interior colors is limited to black or white. Tesla does include the standard Autopilot automated driving assistance technology, with the Full Self-Driving Capability feature remaining an $8,000 option. My tester did not have that one ticked off, which meant it had driver assist technology and not actual, fully autonomous driving. A reminder: no car has that. The FSD option includes some features supposedly coming down the road. It's your call if you have faith in that or not. That the Model Y's large center console is made out of cheap Dollarama-grade plastic is another huge letdown. Cabin noise was also very apparent during my drive, where squeaks and rattles kept disturbing the otherwise peaceful experience-it's all especially more noticeable with no engine to drown it out. The Model Y's interior feels downright cheaply made, especially when you compare it to what the Germans or even the South-Koreans manufacture in this price bracket. Once strapped in, the now expected one-screen-controls-all setup stares at you robotically like HAL in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. In its defense, it's a remarkably easy interface to comprehend. Granted, there is a learning curve, but the information is not cluttered like other systems, so it does not take too much time to figure out where everything is. The rear seats are spacious, too, and offer ample head clearance for a big guy like me, but the seatbacks themselves are hard. You also sit upright back there. It is however possible to recline the seats, but they are just never as comfortable as the ones upfront. The Model Y's glass roof-which does not open-gives way to a well-lit, airy cabin. When I say that Tesla is ahead of the competition, I do not mean that it's the first to market a 300-mile electric compact crossover. Or because it pioneered over-the-air software updates, an in-house fast-charging network or its own sales model that other car brands are just beginning to copy. No, Tesla is ahead of the curve due to the way it drives and how utterly efficient its drivetrains are compared to other EVs out there. Releasing that pedal also unleashes Tesla's excellent regenerative braking technology. While competing brands offer the possibility to modulate the recuperation system's resistance, Tesla proves once more that two well-preconfigured settings suffice. About the Tesla Supercharger network: I did not really need to use it given the amount of range the Model Y has at its disposal. But it is handy if your area is not fitted with an established public charging grid. Where I live, there's a public charger on every street corner, so Superchargers are kind of irrelevant. But it will allow you to grab 158 miles of range within only 15 minutes, so there's that. That said, not having to rely on a charger was another realization that hit me hard as I blasted this compact crossover into highway onramps at speeds that would make a Porsche Macan Turbo blush: range anxiety is officially a thing of the past, folks. Battery technology is evolving so rapidly that we will soon get way more range than we actually need from an overnight charge. It's a reality, that's a lot closer than we think. Anyway, back to the driving experience. The Model Y, even in its most basic form, is fast, smooth and efficient. But that's all expected from a Tesla. What I was not ready for was how well it handles. Modern electric cars, generally speaking, all handle well due to the heavy battery pack that's located down beneath their floor. This allows for an ultra-low center of gravity and near-perfect weight distribution. But up until now, the driving dynamics of most EVs, except perhaps the Jaguar I-Pace-an EV I once drove on a track like a bat out of hell-or the Porsche Taycan all feel a bit stale. The Model Y has a playful, tail-happy feel when it's pushed hard to its limits. The Dual Motor setup somehow always prioritizes the rear motor, even though its original purpose was to be efficient and not performance-enhancing. Yet, it's still willing to party. What I mean is that there's actual rotation happening back there, which allows the Model Y to wag its tail if you really commit upon corner exit. Yet, it's all very easy to correct. The steering is as precise as a Playstation controller, the levels of grip are immense, and the front wheels instantly kick in to provide the required amount of grip. It all happens so effortlessly that even an inexperienced driver will find the confidence necessary to throw this thing hard into a corner without fear of understeering into a ditch. But the truth of the matter is that nobody, and I mean nobody, currently sells something that directly competes against a Model Y. And that's a little worrying for the rest of the auto industry. The phrase "Tesla-killer" or "Tesla-fighter" has been common in headlines about legacy automakers and startups alike; still, no one has come at this king yet. Perhaps Ford has a chance with the Mach-E. At least, on paper, it seems like a viable contender. But could it be too little too late? I mean, Tesla sold over 160,000 Model 3s in the US alone last year. Can this oddball Mustang be any sort of a volume-seller the way the Model Y is destined to be? I find that unlikely. But if anything, it's only the start of things to come. When Nissan unveiled the Ariya electric crossover last month, I remember saying "finally, something innovative from Nissan." for the first time in years, but then I was highly disappointed by its release date of late 2021 on our market. And do not get me started on the Cadillac Lyriq. After months of shoving down our throats that its "innovative" Ultium battery would be the Android answer to Tesla's Apple, GM unveiled an odd-looking concept car with unofficial range numbers and no actual specifications. Three years, GM. Really? You see, what the entire auto industry needs to understand with its EV promises and shady concept cars is that Tesla is here now. Tesla is selling. And Tesla is ahead. And the more it waits before releasing its products, the harder it will be for them to take on what was not long ago just a little California startup. Correction: This story has been updated to reflect accurate pricing in both the U.S. and Canada.
What Is the Make/model/year of This Truck?
What Is the Make/model/year of This Truck?
What is the make/model/year of this truck?It's a pretty old truck, a classic. Mint condition, keep it for yourself— — — — — —Spiritually speaking: What car do you drive? Make, model, year, color?2009 Ford Escape, officially "Sterling," but, it looks grey to me— — — — — —What do I look for on an EZ-GO Electric Golf Cart that tells the model year and whether it's 48V or 36V?look in the glove boxes for some kind of a indication you can also look on the electric motor for the voltage.EZ-GO is usually 36 Volts— — — — — —What do you prefer Mustangs or Camaros and why?It really depends. Chevy guys are gonna all say Camaro's because Fords suck. Ford guys are all going to say Mustangs because Chevy's suck. I prefer Fords but I am a Musclecar guy so I will say it depends. I really like the styling of first genreation camaro's and the 396 was one hell of a motor and the Yenko got a 427!!! the Mustang however Had the BOSS302, BOSS351, BOSS429, the GT350 and GT500's which got 428 CobraJets. They also have the Mach1. I would give that round to the Mustang. Chevy was always the underdog in the 60's musclecar wars Ford and Dodge led the pack. the 70's and early 80's I do not care about they are ALL ugly and underpowered wussy cars. in the mid 80's to Early 90's things got interesting again the gas crunch was over and performance 302's and 350's were being seen again. the Mustangs were lighter than the camaro's and the power output fromt he 302 and 350 were nearly identical. Again I am going to give the mustang props here, lighter car with nearly identical power and the 93 Cobra R which hands down spanked the Camaro, Now comes the late mid 90's the mustang has been restyled and the camaro has been restyled both are sleek and about the same size. This is where the Camaro gets the props as Chevy puts out some serious performance models Moreso in the Firebird line than the Camaro line. and the base model camaro has power output comparable to the mustang GT the V8 camaro is comparable to the Mustang Cobra and Ford has the 95 Cobra R--Again the Cobra R will hands down spank the Camaro but thats not enough for the mustang to overtake the Camaro as a whole. Early 2000's Ford again has a Cobra R as well as a Mach 1 the Camaro has officially been spanked HARD by the mustang if had a brief moment in the late 90's but that's it. GM realizes that the mustang is hands down spanking the camaro and has been for decades and decided to Retire the car from production. as a Mustang guy this was sad news. What was left for the almighty Pony car to race--riceburners What a Joke that was. IF GM does re-introduce the camaro it is only going to be riding on the wave of a new horespower/musclecar war being started between Dodge/Ford. Once again there will be a ponycar offering from the big 3. Dodge has a Hemi-Powered Charger, and Will be offering a Hemi-Powered Challenger. Chevy will have the Camaro and Ford will have the Mustang. Ford however has some sneaky new and re-introduced engines in it's lineups and for model year 08 and the base-poweroutput of the new Ford engines is already well above the power levels of the dodge and chevy. It's even rumored that the Camaro might not see production because Chevy wo not be able to compete with the Fords and Dodges, just like in the HP wars of the 60's. On an overall Basis I am going to say Mustang and for ONE reason only--it's the only nameplate to make it through from original introduction to current model year without being killed off. Yes 74-78 might have all been called mustang II BUT the Mustang name is still there— — — — — —Is it better to buy a car when the dealer is running out of the model year or the end of the year?Typical eveyone runs out of merch before the end of the year. I brought my 2019 in September and my dealer was telling me that they will be receiving the 2020s in November sometime. If your looking for a deal keep an eye out and be ready to purchase anytime. Incentives and rebates come and go quickly. Just be ready to pounce and keep in touch touch with your sales rep
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