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  • n. powertrain


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  • The Connect EV’s body shell comes from Turkey, along with regular Connects, then the electric drivetrain is installed in Michigan.

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  • A shoe is more a device than a drivetrain is a brake.

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  • Secondly, how does this help solve the problem of getting your pants caught in your drivetrain, which is the other reason to roll up or otherwise cinch your pant leg?

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  • The drivetrain is the most impressive achievement.

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  • Another problem is caused by the car's unusual drivetrain, which is preventing it from reaching 60 miles per hour.

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  • As we said earlier, the drivetrain is a direct carryover from 2010, though you won't hear us complain.


  • But when the left cuff gets fouled on the downtube or caught in the drivetrain, which is on the right side of the bike, there's something wrong. stories: News

  • Its drivetrain, which is exclusive to the WRX STI model, combines a six-speed manual transmission with the advanced Driver Controlled Center Differential (DCCD) version of Subaru Symmetrical All Wheel Drive.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The high-horsepower / high-torque engine requires a custom, heavy-duty transmission (larger, more rugged components / parts) and drivetrain, which is provided by

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  • The brakes centered up as quickly as anything I've installed, the drivetrain was a snap to get shifting crisply and the wheels were true.

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  • in cycling, it's the group of parts attached to the bike chain, Chainset, chain, rear cassette, and wheels.

    January 12, 2013