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Old 04-11-2006, 01:45 PM   #1
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This may sound really lazy to some of you, but believe me I don't have a clue where to look!

I am doing a piece of coursework for Uni which involves taking a product apart (in my case an RB Nitro Engine) list all the Sub Assemblies, Components etc and then find out what materials the parts are made from and why. I could do with knowing what the proper names of parts are too, instead of writing Engine Block cover etc...

Can anyone help?

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This may sound really lazy to some of you, but believe me I don't have a clue where to look!

I am doing a piece of coursework for Uni which involves taking a product apart (in my case an RB Nitro Engine) list all the Sub Assemblies, Components etc and then find out what materials the parts are made from and why. I could do with knowing what the proper names of parts are too, instead of writing Engine Block cover etc...

Can anyone help?

Cheers!
Hey JRXS. I can help you with your project. Just please ask more specific questions-which par are you working on?
Shoot me email with all your questions ([email protected] or [email protected]) and I will get all answer to you.
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Thanks Mate. I'll make a list of the parts over the weekend.

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