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eagle nebula: a plusera of galaxies.
easy rider rifle rack: a rooftop luggage rack.
eats: food. (see food stuff)
ECM: 1. Electronic Control Module. 2. Engine Control Module.
economy: The word economy is not an entity but a noun derived from a current culture's ability to create & sustain wealth.
Edwin Grant: 1945-1990, veteran Sprint car driver.
E.G. "exempli gratia" (latin): for example.
Egypt: 1. not in the general geographic vicinity.  2. not available locally.
eight-foot long steel pipe: used for levering a car upward off a hydraulic jack.
electric hand drill: normally used for spinning steel pop rivets in their holes until you die of old age, but it also works well for drilling rollbar mounting holes in the floor of a sports car just above the brake line that goes to the rear axle.  also useful for breaking drill bits.
elephant: 426 Hemi Chrysler from 1964.
elevator music: classical music.
engine balancing (internal): to internally balance an engine, like all balance jobs, you need rings, bearings, pistons, wrist pin locks, wrist pins, rods, rod bolts, crankshaft, flywheel, harmonic balancer, any and all items used in the rotating mass assembly of the engine. (see rotating mass)
engine balance (external): to externally balance an engine, like all balance jobs, you need rings, bearings, pistons, wristpin locks, wristpins, rods, rod bolts, crankshaft, flywheel, clutch, pressure plate, and harmonic balancer. any and all items used in the rotating mass assembly of the engine. (see rotating mass)
engine blueprint: generally describes blueprinting on paper the dimensions of engine components, tolerances and intended horsepower.
engine death vapor: broken heads on an incorrect wheel drive car causing the exit pipe to spue liquid vapor and reek of burned anti-freeze. (see incorrect wheel drive)
engine line bore: the base of the engine block where the crankshaft lives. the up and down motion of the rods and pistons are turned into rotating motion, spinning the crankshaft in its main bearings in the line bore. (see align boring)
engine sleeve: a ductile iron cylinder liner used in an aluminum block or a cast iron block where you need the cylinder to be a higher tensile strength than the present block material.
engineer: a person willing to proselyte his or herself while making decisions to bring a project or product to reality. (see proselyte)
entreprenuer: one who organizes a business undertaking, assuming the risk, for the sake of the profit.
Essex: an automobile built before the Dim Time. (see Dim Time)
ET: Elapsed Time - time taken to run the entire "timed portion" of the race course.
ethanol: grain alcohol.
Event Horizon: Entrance of a black hole where space moves faster than light.
Evil Kneivel: Smokey Bear on a 2-wheel motorcycle. (see Smokey Bear)
excommunicated: eliminated.
exit pipe: exhaust pipe.
exit stage left: exit abruptly.
expert: if "x" is an unknown and a spurt is a drip of water under pressure, you could say what we have here is an unknown drip under pressure.
exsponge: the act of successful commidulating, with the intent to cabbage something. (see commidulate) (see cabbage)
expunge: to blot out; erase.
E-Z out bolt and stud extractor: a tool that snaps off in bolt holes and is ten times harder than any known drill bit.

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