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Mustang dj club lighting color effect RGB high power LED Automatic sound or custom show DMX controlled

Mustang dj club lighting color effect RGB high power LED Automatic sound or custom show DMX controlled

Mustang dj club lighting color effect RGB high power LED Automatic sound or custom show DMX controlled

  • Easy plug and play with strobe or sound activated functions as well as DMX controllable for a professional light show.
  • Power efficient LED’s that run cool, safe, and all night long.
  • High end Super sharp LED’s for the most powerful possible beam
  • Very wide and long range- will light up the whole room.
  • Looks amazing in fog

The Mustang X-732 LED is built to last with long-life LED technology (rated at 100,000 hrs), and has no moving parts inside. The unit stays cool so you can run it all night long. Plus, there’s no cool down time at the end of a gig, so you can just pack it up and go!

Projects beautiful color changing patterns, with a strobe selection or sound activated function as well as being DMX controllable.

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Difference Between Automatic and Manual Performance

The real difference between an automatic transmission and a manual transmission is the way that the vehicle shifts through gears.  On an automatic the driver shifts the gear to drive (or lower set gear) and hits the gas, as speed increases the transmission automatically steps up the gear to keep RPM’s under red line.  However, on a manual, the driver is responsible for shifting between gears to as speed increases to keep from red lining.

Automatic transmissions are preferred amongst the common driver, because of it’s ease of use.  A manual transmission requires coordination between the clutch, throttle, and shifting of gears to provide a smooth ride and not damage the transmission.  However, there are some performance incentives for both automatic and manual transmissions, depending on what role is required.

Automatic Transmissions For Drag Racing

Most bracket drag racers prefer an automatic transmission.  This is because in bracket drag racing consistency counts more than specific times.  Elinating factors like clutch speed and shift speed a racer is able to lay down consistent runs in the quarter or eighth mile runs.  Furthermore, most racing automatic transmissions are equipped with stall converters, which allow a high rpm drop into gear, emulating how a manual transmission would react to immediate high RPMs.

Manual Transmission For Racing

Manual transmissions are preferred for traditional racing applications, where quick gear changes are required to exit turns quickly.  In most cases an automatic transmission could not keep up with a skilled driver using a stick shift.  Properly navigating turns, following the driving line, and exiting fast requires foot work on the clutch and throttle and being able to keep high RPMs no matter the speed.  It truly is an art that requires practice and training.

Difference Between Automatic and Manual Day to Day Driving

It boils down to personal preference on what kind of transmission you would want in a daily driver.  I prefer driving a manual because I feel that I have more control over the vehicle’s direct performance.  For some, like myself, driving a stick shift is an enjoyable experience and comes second nature.

Manual cars and trucks will typically get better gas mileage than an automatic.  That’s because instead of a catch all RPM shift, manual drivers can shift early, to keep RPMs down, thus driving more efficiently.

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This has been a post into a series of articles on explaining entry level questions to automotive enthusiasts.

Other Difference Articles:

Difference Between Halogen and HID Lights

Difference Between Turgo and Super Chargers

2008 Chevrolet Captiva Going Automatic

India will be getting a treat later on this year when Chevy decides to release it’s Captiva in an automatic. Two versions will be available, including a regular gas guzzling engine and diesel. The diesel would be India’s first diesel soft roader.

I’m not exactly sure what that means, but it looks hot.

India Chevy Captiva

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