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Here’s How To Replace A Motorcycle Chain

Ah, winter. The infamous off-season for many motorcyclists. Even if the icy weather doesn’t allow for riding, I still find myself hanging out with the bikes in the garage anyway. This usually ends up with me identifying something that needs to be fixed. This time around, my focus was drawn to the drive chain on […]

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What It Takes To Orchestrate The Way Your Car Feels And Sounds

All of those sounds you hear while you’re driving your car—the engine note, the exhaust, the hum of the road, the murmur of the tires—are only there because a noise, vibration and harshness engineer allowed them to be. Andrea Martin has made it her life’s work to create in-car experiences that range from the mighty […]

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How A Bunch Of Volunteer Honda Employees Working After Hours Ran An NSX At Daytona

Most teams who show up to race the 24 Hours of Daytona are big-budget efforts staffed by a host of professionals. Not the Honda of America Racing Team. They’re an all-volunteer team of regular Honda employees recruited mostly by word of mouth for one purpose: racing the cars Honda makes. Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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The Story Behind The Honda Ridgeline’s Wildly, Unusually Detailed Wikipedia Page

Detailed information on intake airflow paths, and the shape and material makeup of the unibody. Data on torque curves and all available paint color names. The breakdown of tweeter speakers versus full-range ones. Nearly every car has a page on Wikipedia, but the one for the Honda Ridgeline stands above most of them…Read more… Continue […]

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One 24 Hours Of Daytona Team Next Year Is Run By Honda Employees In Their Spare Time

Most of the big-budget efforts that head off to Daytona are run by people whose full time gig is racing, but one team will have to return to their regular desk jobs after it’s done. The Honda of America Racing Team (HART) is crewed primarily by workers at Honda’s American headquarters in Marysville, Ohio. Read […]

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Honda’s New Robot Will ‘Show Compassion’ On A Face Creepier And More Basic Than An Emoji

Honda has spent time and effort to build a set of robot concepts “engineered to advance mobility and make people’s lives better,” one of which shows empathy and compassion to humans through “facial expressions.” In other words, Honda has spent time and effort to build artificial humans (again).Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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