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2-21-2008 @ 7:09PM
I have determined through intensive testing, made possible by the fact that I am already dead and couldn't die in the many ensueing explosions (also due in part to the unwilling participation of my Imp as a guinea pig), that by jamming a standard Riding Crop into the girating gizmoshaft, extra friction and heat is produced that increase the fuel-conversion rate in the engine, which affects an overall speed increase of 10%.I have also theorized that the natural EMP emissions of a special Zul'Farrak-grown carrot stimulate the fuel-to-energy conversions in the central motor, increasing efficiency by approximately 4%.Similarly, by using spurs to cut an extra opening in the two lower exhaust lines (conveniently located near the feet), the overall rate of fuel exchange is increased by apprixmately 3%.It is also worth noting that the magical eminations of properly enchanted gloves (the original purpose of which is to enhance equine biochemistry) has an unexpected but welcome benefit by enhancing the slickness of the standard Gnomish Oil used by the Gyrocopter, effecting an overall speed increase of 2%.However, extensive testing (again thanks to my "loyal" Pagnar) has shown that the effects of the EMP emissions of the Zul'Farrak carrot, the magical emissions of the glove enchant, and extra openings in the lower exhaust lines are effectively negated by heat and interferance generated by the Riding Crop's presence in the girating gizmoshaft, and thus it is unwise and ultimately a waste to try using them at once.In general, the Riding Crop alone is preferable and most efficient compared to the combination of the other three methods.
2-21-2008 @ 9:46PM
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