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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-29-2009, 05:54 AM Thread Starter
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RPM's in an hour, day, month

An R6 thats running at 16,500 rpm will do 23,760,000 full revolutions in 24 hours, 118,800,000 in a week and 712,800,000 in a month..........thats in millions of revolutions.....kind of mind-blowing huh!! At 16,500 rpm thats 275 revolutions per second.........again, amazing...ya think!
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it wont last long at 16,500 rpms continually.


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and yet you'd never reach a trillion rpm's in your lifetime (unless you lived past 115yrs)
If rpm's were dollars and a r6 really revved to 16,500
it would take your over a 1400 years of wfo to surpass the U.S. national debt. And that is just the principal too

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and yet you'd never reach a trillion rpm's in your lifetime (unless you lived past 115yrs)
If rpm's were dollars and a r6 really revved to 16,500
it would take your over a 1400 years of wfo to surpass the U.S. national debt. And that is just the principal too
You beat me too it.

Shit always has to go political.
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You beat me too it.

Shit always has to go political.


I got a huge chuckle out of the speed I took it to "political" flavor , and I think about the National debt a lot / blown away by the actual number n how big it is .

I never once thought about the actual number of rpm's an engine accumulates though . it is interesting for sure.

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I got a huge chuckle out of the speed I took it to "political" flavor , and I think about the National debt a lot / blown away by the actual number n how big it is .

I never once thought about the actual number of rpm's an engine accumulates though . it is interesting for sure.
Yeah, the National debt number is a little more stressful to think about compared to the number of times your pistons move up in down in a month.

I've never had the urge, nor do I have the right to say this but,

"Stay on Topic Please" That is not a very cheerful analogy.



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Two hundered and seventy five times a second is out of the realm of fathoming to me....
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