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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by SixPapaCharlie, Apr 26, 2021.
Specifically that engine.
Engine hush kit. A lot of those old kerosene burners have them to help muffle the noise.
Aftermarket afterburner nozzle. Also known as the "taco bell".
NASA could tell you, but then they'd have to kill you.
Ok. I like it. Since we have the real answer right out of the chute,,,
Wrong answers only.
Its a really old Rolls engine with a hush kit on it. That kit has been around for about 10 years or so. Just reduces noise pollution.
Its a jet that was redone on Pimp my Ride. "Yo dawg, I heard you like engines, so we put some engines on yo' engines."
It's a tandem-mounted helper engine.
Engine post processor. How long have you been in software?
Pony motor, used to start the real engine...
New leading edge tech, but NASA has been told to keep it quiet.
I see what you did there, but I'm not giving you a like, or any Vernor's.
The rear one is the real engine, but it's too small for the N number, so they kept the original engine to display the N number.
Or maybe it's a super complicated sensor package to determine how an airfoil creates lift?
It's the water heater. That flight between Houston and Tampa requires a lot of hot coffee.
They were intrigued by the Raptor's approach of having one turbo feeding a second turbo...and they figured they'd try the same hack with their turbines.
It’s like one of those wine bottle aerator things.
Gives your jet exhaust the right blend of oaky notes, crisp elderflower, and ozone.
Turbocharger. Thins the mix. Gives it an extra 50 rpms.
The result of hot-section envy.
We can send people to space, but the people in charge of doing it are still flying around in a G3.
Bunch of idiots on here.
It's the new sustainable GE XP 980, with built-in ozone generator to help fix the big hole. The engine also runs on cooking grease. Just 4 million more of these babies and climate change will be a thing of the past.
Not sure what it's called, but their throttles now go to '11'.
What is “Spinal Tap”?
The main engine takes $100s and burns them for thrust, the second section gets rid of the remaining cents.
We need a weekly "Wrong Answers Only Thread.
This is hilarious.
Aftermarket Rolling Coal kit
We have them, though not on purpose. We've just never called them out as such before.
But yeah, we should do this more often.
Mark IV Magnatomic Flux CO2 sequestration unit...
It's like a fleshlight, but for turbine engines.
The very rare in-flight washing machine with dryer attached. The spin cycle is a real treat. Gotta have two loads so you can put one on each side or the plane flies real out of wack.
Love the movie reference!
It's one of those really good 3D graffiti artists. It's actually not there.
The front engine is electric. The thing on the back is a turbine-driven generator that makes electricity to power the front one.
It’s just there to **** off Greta.
Drag chute container for use in case of brake failure.
It's obviously the fart vaporizer. Lav in rear, only used after Taco Bell.