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About sp300b

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  • Birthday 12/16/1968

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    http://www.diyaudio.rs
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    Muško
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    Beograd - Jug
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    Serbia

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  1. sp300b

    Iron Pumpkin(s)

    Pusti tehnikalije. Kako to svira?
  2. sp300b

    SissySIT (bilo SufiSIT)

    One step more / DC completed and tested / Working OK
  3. sp300b

    SissySIT (bilo SufiSIT)

    One step further on...
  4. sp300b

    SissySIT (bilo SufiSIT)

    PSU preparation ... Serial R(s) and Diobe Bridges are still waiting/missing .
  5. sp300b

    SissySIT (bilo SufiSIT)

    A bit of progress...
  6. sp300b

    SissySIT (bilo SufiSIT)

    Long time not seen...
  7. sp300b

    SissySIT (bilo SufiSIT)

    Daj please proveri. Uzmi mi 4 komada od 100uF, pa ćemo se dogovarati oko detalja.
  8. sp300b

    SissySIT (bilo SufiSIT)

    Zdravo Željko. Srećan rad. Pratim :-) p.s Da pitam, gde ima da se nabavi taj 100uF 4kom ICAR?
  9. sp300b

    RODJENDANI

    Jos si mlad, mozda te Papa i usvoji
  10. sp300b

    Čime se zanimam... (ovih dana )

    Mnogo je 15 minuta Odlučio sam - doći ćemo ove jeseni jedan dan vikenda. Javićemo unapred. Pozdrav!
  11. sp300b

    Čime se zanimam... (ovih dana )

    Smislićemo nešto i javićemo. Veliki pozdrav tebi i Zenu.
  12. sp300b

    RODJENDANI

    Sve najbolje ZM - Srećan ti rodjendan
  13. sp300b

    Udrobljena automobilska tema.

    Zbilja zanimljiva tema, Stein. Na linku kažu ovako: Rolling resistance Many low-emissions variants of popular cars have low rolling resistance tyres fitted that require less energy to propel along the road. “Rolling resistance is tested on a drum. It’s the coefficient of energy loss – that’s the amount of energy used to keep the tyre rolling,” says Michelin’s Steve Dolby. The grades run from A to G, with D not being used in order to avoid an average-performing tyre – although there’s a D on the label. “The difference between each grade means a reduction or increase in fuel consumption of between 2.5 and 4.5 per cent. That’s a difference of about 0.42 to 0.56mpg for a 36mpg car per grade,” said Continental’s Tim Bailey.
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