Car Quiz # 1
How much do you know about car related stuff? Take quiz #1 and find out.
What is the reason for using a torque wrench on a bolt?
Because everybody else does
To make sure the bolt has the proper stretch
It makes your car go faster
All of the above
How many cam lifters are there in an eight-cylinder engine?
What does priority main oiling mean on an engine?
The oil drains down quicker to the oil pan
The oil passages are larger
The crankshaft gets oil first
The camshaft gets oil first.
What is meant by the term Naturally Aspirated?
The engine has a blower on it
You’re running a turbo charger
You’re using a carburetor
Now we’re talking about
When your engine is being “Sprayed”, what does this mean?
The engine is using a blower
The engine is using a turbo charger
The engine is using a carburetor
The engine is using nitrous oxide
What is meant by the term Timing Retard?
Someone that doesn’t know how to use a timing light
When you turn the distributor and then tighten it back down
An electrical device that reduces the timing
None of the above
By looking at the exhaust only, how do you know if it’s running too rich?
If you can smell too much gas.
The exhaust will be white
Flames will be shooting out the back.
The exhaust will be black.
What is an Underdrive pulley setup?
When the pulley is mounted under the engine
You are using a larger diameter pulley than normal
You are using a smaller diameter pulley than normal
None of the above.
Can a solid roller cam make more power than a flat tappet cam if the two cams have the same specs?
They would both be the same
It’s the type of material that the cams are made of that make the difference
The profile of the roller cam can be made more aggressive
Both B and C.
What’s the difference between a flat tappet and hydraulic lifters?
The flat tappet doesn’t use any moving parts.
One is flat on the bottom and the other isn’t
The hydraulic lifters get pumped up with oil.
Both A and C
What does MSD stand for?
Many Stranded Diodes
Mini Sized Distributor
Multiple Shafts Differential
Multiple Spark Discharge
An axel that has more splines on it is stronger than one that doesn’t?
That's a big yes
That's a big no
They would be the same
What's an axel
What does Floating a Valve mean?
There’s too much gas in the carburetor
The oil level is too high in the engine
The transmission valve body is too hot
The engine was revved too high
What is a rotating assembly?
It’s when the driveshaft is turning
Flywheel, Transmission, Clutch
Crank, Rods, Pistons
Rear-end gears, Axles, Differential
Generally speaking, what makes more horsepower?
Hot damp air
Hot dry air
Cold damp air
Cold dry air
Where is a Stud Girdle used?
In the transmission
Under the valve covers
In the rear-end
On the driveshaft
Four link and pan hard bar are part of what?
Which rear gear ratio would give you better acceleration?
What does Parasitic Drag mean?
Horsepower is being robbed
There are bugs in the engine
The timing belt is loose
The brakes are dragging a small amount
Where is a Wrist Pin located?
Between the rod and piston
Between the crankshaft and rod
Between the flywheel and crankshaft
Between the camshaft and timing gear
When you here the terms Lift and Duration, what would you be talking about?
When you here the terms Caster and Camber, what would you be talking about?
When you here the terms Advanced and Retarded, what would you be talking about?
When you here the terms Thrust Bearing and Forged Steel, what would you be talking about?
When using braided steel hoses, the hose fittings are called A N fittings. What does A N stand for?
The Wing on the back of a car is used for what?
Making the car lighter as it goes down the track
It creates down force
It can be used for seating or setting your drink on
None of the above