: Power generating transmission



Submariner409
07-01-10, 12:25 PM
GM is currently experimenting with a power-generating transmission for CTS-V-IIA (V-10) future production

This technique will soon be applied to many aftermarket performance upgrade parts.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIS5n9Oyzsc

Stingroo
07-01-10, 12:37 PM
So can we get that explained in English? :hide:

itschrome
07-01-10, 01:09 PM
:histeric:

Stingroo
07-01-10, 01:11 PM
Hey, at least I'm honest. lol

itschrome
07-01-10, 01:14 PM
Hey, at least I'm honest. lol

Haha dont worry, Its all bullshit..

ga_etc
07-01-10, 04:26 PM
I think the Dingle Arm is what's wrong with my Deville...

Sevillian273
07-01-10, 07:34 PM
Could also be your helsinki smash rod....

C&C
07-02-10, 08:22 AM
The only thing holding this advancement up is sourcing for the required 'relative bearing grease'; without this (which is currently under Naval developement, at least that is where I first heard of it) the transmission can not be fully realized. :D

Submariner409
07-02-10, 11:39 AM
It's not due to relative bearing grease; it's due to insufficient lengths of waterline. (and remember, you must always use a metric crescent wrench.)