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  • n. Plural form of endplate.


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  • "This poison, I find, acts on the so-called endplates of the muscles and nerves.

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  • Currently, weights of 50kg are used and the maximum movement of the endplates is 10mm. . Motorsport news

  • However, other than the clear difference in lap times, it was obvious in Hungary that the endplates on both cars lower at high speed then rise again under braking.

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  • This involves placing placing 50kg static weights on the endplates, with a maximum of 10mm flexibility allowance - both

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  • The VerteLift Implant is an expandable metal device composed of a nickel-titanium (nitinol) alloy that provides internal scaffolding to engage the vertebral body endplates, maintaining lift until bone cement is injected.


  • It is believed the current front wing tests involve placing 50kg weights on the endplates, with a maximum 10mm in allowable flexibility.

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  • It's well known that if you can run the wing endplates close to the ground there's a substantial performance advantage. Current News

  • If it is acceptable to get the endplates down, then every millimetre represents about a point of downforce, so 25-30mm of vertical lowering of the endplate is about a second, so it's very substantial. Current News

  • Brawn said that lower front wing endplates, while obviously an advantage, is clearly not the sole explanation for the Red Bull's pace and conceded that the RB6 is an exceptionally strong all round package. Current News

  • Years ago when you watched the start of races you'd see that the endplates had metallic rubbing strips and they were sealing to the ground and sparking. Current News


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