In this post, we will see how we can implement a system that can “stream” a video from our pi to a browser.
This is really not the best of solutions, but it kind of gets the job done.
I am looking for other alternatives too and will update this post as it goes.
62% were still standard bore 28% had other problems That total is more than 100%, because some had multiple issues. The babbitt is done, the valve train is installed, the top is milled and the cylinders are bored. You would think that I should have a tank for each block, but I don't. The front set-up on this car is untried, so I am not sure how well it will work. I also didn't like the fact that I drilled a hole to mount the tops. The problem with this set-up is that I don't know what the shocks are off of. Haven't had the fenders off since installing Dynabeads, so I don't know if they're still as busy. I grabbed a pair of the fronts on ebay for and a pair of rears for ...
I suppose some of the blocks came out of trucks or Fordors. I have to pick ou some T parts I bought in Lewistown. We'll be able to sit right on the Hwy in front of his house. The rear shocks are totally bolt-on, with no added holes. now I just need to find the connecting rods, without buying ones ready to go in an engine.... They especially help to stop the car from jumping sideways on railroad tracks.
I havn't used shocks but those who do tell me the ride is better but mainly that the back of the car doesn't skip about so much.
I have had to apply opposite lock very briefly when a T steps out going down a steep corrugated corner.The idea is that we keep clicking pictures using the camera say for every 100ms and then save it to the same file.And then we keep sending the same image to the client as it changes every time.Ricks, You might have seen the post I made about locking one front spring shackle.That makes an amazing difference to the steering and thus driveability.I'm pretty sure I can come up with a creative bracket that won't look bad or require additional holes, however I am open to ideas!