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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-28-05, 06:47 AM Thread Starter
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Calculator and conversion tables

I've finished compiling a set of calculators and convertion tables in Excel, and place them here for anybody who may find them useful.

Feedback and suggestions are welcome.
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Excellent idea, thankyou for sharing. Far easier than searching the net every time I want to convert something.

One thing that might be handy is in the Engine RPM and Vehicle speed calculations to be able to select final drive ratios. Not that improtant but might be handy when the car isn't being run in 1:1 gear.
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do you mind if I place this in a central location?
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I've finished compiling a set of calculators and convertion tables in Excel, and place them here for anybody who may find them useful.

Feedback and suggestions are welcome.
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thats a top job,thankyou
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Re: Calculator and conversion tables

A good source for such things is also http://www.martindalecenter.com/ although you have to dif into the calculators and engineering sections a bit to find what you want. But it will lead to places like: http://www.smokemup.com/auto_math/index.php

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...and places like:
and http://www.bgsoflex.com/auto.html andhttp://www.thedirtforum.com/toolbox.htm and[http://www.prime-mover.org/Engines/Compute/index.html[/url]andhttp://www.corral.net/tech/brakehp.html and http://www.customspeedparts.de/conte...berechnung.php

most are at http://www.martindalecenter.com/Calc...tml#AUTO-HORSE

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Thanks Rhett

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try this one for 0-100 times

http://www.cars-cars-cars.org/0-60-Times-Calculator.htm
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do you mind if I place this in a central location?
Go for it mate!
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Thanks mate, but I needed access to the formulas so I could manipulate the layout to suit my needs, and to have everything that I was interested in, in the one place.
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