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Some Of The Bus Barn's Best Posts

Post by david58 » Tue May 29, 2007 8:58 pm

Some Of The Bus Barn's Best Posts

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1 port to 2 port conversion
1776 split bus motor (and redux boxes)
1982 Westy runs too hot
3.2l porsche motor into a Bus!
68 bay drivetrain under 60 Split body
74 beam on 64 split bus
'76 bus vacuum lines, help needed.
944 disc brake to Splitty Retro-fit??
air bag suspension
Air Fuel Mixture Logic
Anti Roll bar on a split, also narrowed beam
axel nut#2
bay bus gearbox codes
Bay Window Bus Window seal AHHHHH!
best distrbutor for my 1978 2 liter f.i.
Best type engine for bus
Brakes binding, help needed please.....
Brake light problem
Bus EFI Modifications
bus gearing
Bus heaters
Bus goes "Bump"
Bus Scoops
Bus tranny pops out???????
can i replace a type 4 motor with a type 1 in a bus???
CIS westy puullls.
"CLUNK"
clutch cable
clutch cross shaft upgrade.
Cooling flaps
crappy shifting. (REAL crappy shifting.)
Disc Brakes
Discs on an early bus?
disc brake conversions for splitties
Disc brakes on a splity
Don't Hate Me Cause I'm Not Split!
Droppin a bay
Dumb Question; Don't Laugh
early bus -> bay front beam swap?
Fabricating A Hitch Receiver?
failed emission test, again
flywheel 72 bus to 77 bus
fuel starvation under a load?!
Fuel system question -Please help
gas heater smells a little gassy
Gas Heater Temp Regulator
generator light on
head torque and compression
Heat blower idea. Creative thinkers needed!!!
Heater box Quandry
Heating Idea for Early Bus
HIGH SPEED VIBRATION?!?!?
How hard is it to change pushrod tube seals?
Hydraulic Valve Lifters
I can't get my Westy to start and run
I cant see behind me!!!!!
IF YOU WANT MORE HEAT IN YOUR BUS ....... THIS WORKS !
ignition system for a VW
improving handling.
insulation for hot weather?
Is there A way to bypass The mustache bar? 72 bus
It's back !!! Miss under power.
IRS Conversion Kits
IRS for a 66 Split
Issue me a dizzy sir, and I'll make 'ya proud!
Knocking after CV joint problem
Late tranny into early bus - does it work?
Making a Straight Axle Kit
More COLD air to engine - '68 Bus
New Exhaust & Blown Valve Gasket?
Noisy lifters
oil temp @ 220 ok?
offroad bus....
PILLOW!!! why will 1835 die fast in bus?
poor handling after drop spindles
Porsche brakes on early bay
positive bus improvements
Power-assist brakes w/ Weber 40idf carbs??
Random engine stutter at speed
reality vs.morality
Rear Window Defrost ...
Rear Torsion bar splines?
Redux box rebuild.
shifter diagnosis
shifter rod seperation help
shifting points and speed
shift rod rebuild
short throw shift kit
solex carbs
Splitty IRS conversion
Steering box rebuild
Starter problems?
Transmission
Type 1/2 IRS Kits/ Brakes
TIV Bus Exhaust
Type IV FI conversion
TIV Thermostat
type 4 to type 1 engine
typeIV/progressive/t009/timing
vacuum distributor questions
westy second battery wiring question
What spare parts to carry on a trip ???
whoa -- nelly -- put on the breakswhere to find cylinder head part number
zero compression



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Hot, humid air is less dense than cooler, drier air. This can allow a golf ball to fly through the air with greater ease, as there won't be as much resistance on the ball.

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re:some of the best post

Post by orangebus » Thu May 31, 2007 8:44 am

Thanks for taking the time to post all this great information.
Cheers!
Phil
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Post by Pillow » Mon Jun 18, 2007 11:21 am

Thanks David! This calls for a sticky!

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Post by david58 » Mon Jun 18, 2007 1:33 pm

Pillow wrote:Thanks David! This calls for a sticky!
Thanks Pillow and you are welcome.
Hot, humid air is less dense than cooler, drier air. This can allow a golf ball to fly through the air with greater ease, as there won't be as much resistance on the ball.

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Post by david58 » Sat Nov 10, 2007 8:43 pm

Hot, humid air is less dense than cooler, drier air. This can allow a golf ball to fly through the air with greater ease, as there won't be as much resistance on the ball.

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