Hello to everyone, I am new to DN used to subscribe to IATN in the past. I am trying to find the printed materials from a course by Mac Vanderbrink called "exploring combustion through the eyes of a scope" I have found myself recently looking at older vehicles and some of my ignition knowledge has left me. If anybody has these materials please let me know what it would take for you to part with them, the video is not needed, just the book.
I might have that book, I could see if I have an additional copy.
Thank you for taking the time to check, I have been looking for this for quite a while I am sure there is a copy somewhere in someone's archives.
I don't have them, but I would have loved to take a class from him. I recently watched this and another video from Jim Morton on the subject. youtube.com/watch?v=TgFJVL…
Craig, I've uploaded the animated Microsoft PowerPoint to this post for you. [EDIT] File has been removed due to copyright
Thanks Dave I had found this online in my searching unfortunately just a snippet of the whole work, a great refresher through.
Here issearchautoparts.com/motorage/train… a link also
Dennis, Thanks for the link already grabbed this site still wanting the complete book if possible.
I would like a copy also if you find it , I downloaded the video and will watch it soon
I found it it was on the shelve in my office. It is tool large to email over 78meg when scanned to a PDF. i will try to find another way to get it to you. Try downloading this file, I did to try it out.
Thank you sir, it's all there I will have to print it out Monday it appears to be complete but somewhat out of order, possibly the platform I am viewing it with is to blame. Thanks again.
Hope it covers what you need, Mac always has a great way to explain things.
Click on print, then save as pdf. It worked for me and I have the file saved as a pdf. I have the book also at work. I had the opportunity to work with Mac many years ago. I always advised my students to study anything available from Mac. He was the best.
Richard it has been a long time since I saw your name, hope you are doing well sir!
Good to hear from you. I am doing as well as possible considering I am 67 years old and have been repairing cars for 49 years. I began my 50th year in September. I continue to work full days at the shop 5 days a week. I am afraid to quit. It may kill me if I stop working. I hope you are doing well also.
I just hit 68 and am still going. I still train as I can and spend as much time as I can working on vehicles. I guess we both have entered the Elder Statesman status. My Doc told me when she was cutting back on her work schedule, she didn't think I should retire as she thought I might stop and die because of boredom or go postal. I am doing well, and still working with AVI.
Sandi and I miss seeing Paul and Sherry and the many people we met through them. The last time I talked with Paul was when I offered them a place to stay during their last hurricane. Tell them hello for us. I have a bottle of Transmission Red wine from them that I have been aging for many years. I may open it if I ever decide to retire.