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2019 Ford F-150 Raptor getting new high tech tricks

Posted by on May 24, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor getting new high tech tricks

Source: By Gary Gastelu | Fox News The 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor is getting some new technology aimed at proving you don’t have to crawl before you can fly because you can do both in it anytime you want. The high-performance off-road pickup will come with an updated set of Fox Racing internal bypass shocks fitted with a computer-controlled solenoid it calls a Live Valve that constantly adjusts their overall stiffness to get the most out of the nine stages of passive damping they already have. To continue reading please click here...

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The Dodge Shakedown Challenger looks brilliant

Posted by on May 23, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on The Dodge Shakedown Challenger looks brilliant

Source:  Top Gear / Rowan Horncastle Classic cars with modern mechanicals are ten-a-penny nowadays. But that hasn’t stopped Dodge um, muscling in on the act for this year’s SEMA show. Meet the rather excellent Dodge Shakedown Challenger concept. It’s a 1971 Dodge Challenger tarted up with mod cons and new-age niceties, plus a pleasingly overpowered and reliable powertrain. Now, we all know car companies don’t make cars like they used to. Because they used to be rubbish. That’s why the folks at Dodge sourced a 1971 chassis and then went to town on it, in order to retain the charm and...

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Shelby is building ten glorious Mustang continuations…

Posted by on May 18, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on Shelby is building ten glorious Mustang continuations…

Source:  Top Gear / Ollie Kew / 18 May 2018 It’s Shelby’s turn to get in on the continuation car game. And with not one, but two reborn classics. We’re talking about ten more 1960s-spec Mustangs, and four more Series 1 sports cars from the 1990s – to be titled Series 2. Obviously. Let’s uncover the Mustang first. The ten continuations are faithful recreations of one of the best-looking Mustangs ever: the one-off 1967 GT500 Super Snake. Its descendants aren’t all-new cars, but rather original 1967 Mustang bodyshells that’ll be built with an official Shelby VIN. The Super Snake was a mad...

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‘Brain pacemaker’ could help stroke patients recover quicker

Posted by on May 14, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on ‘Brain pacemaker’ could help stroke patients recover quicker

Source:   K. Filippidis / Engadget / 05-14-2018 Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) may play a beneficial role in the motor recovery of stroke patients, new clinical trials at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have revealed. As part of the therapy, stroke rehab specialists surgically implant the MicroTransponder Vivistim — an electrical device that stimulates the vagus nerve — into the patient’s chest wall. It works via a wireless transmitter, which picks up signals, redirects them to the vagus nerve (located in the neck) and stimulates the brain whenever a...

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Heroic amputee lost his leg but found something special

Posted by on May 7, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on Heroic amputee lost his leg but found something special

Source:  Mitch Albom, Detroit Free Press ColumnistPublished 12:00 a.m. ET May 6, 2018 It’s coming on graduation season, but I’ve already heard the best commencement speech of the year. It wasn’t delivered in a cap and gown, over a microphone, or to the sound of applause. Instead, it came in a phone interview, with a somewhat tired high schooler who had been to his prom the night before. Sean English has had a heck of a senior year. Thirteen months ago, he and his parents were on their way to church for a school singing event, when they spotted a Jeep on I-96 that had flipped over with six...

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