Redline

Redline refers to the maximum engine speed at which an internal combustion engine or traction motor and its components are designed to operate without causing damage to the components themselves or other parts of the engine. The redline of an engine depends on various factors such as stroke, mass of the components, displacement, composition of com...
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Redline

- Blueprints that reflect changes and that are marked with red pencil.
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redline

[v] - discriminate in selling or renting housing in certain areas of a neighborhood
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Redline

[1999 video game] Redline is a 1999 post-apocalyptic combination first-person shooter/racing video game for Microsoft Windows. It was developed by Beyond Games and published by Accolade. In Europe, the game was known as Redline - Gang Warfare: 2066. This was the last game Accolade published before being acquired by French publisher Infogram...
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Redline

[Ambrosia Software game] Category:Atlantic League navigational boxesCategory:Independent league baseball team navigational boxes ...
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Redline

[graphics API] RRedline is the name of a proprietary Windows application programming interface for graphics cards made by Rendition. The original DOS version of the API was named Speedy3D. The company was bought out by Micron as the consumer market settled around NVIDIA and ATI Technologies as the dominant graphics card suppliers. Rendition...
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Redline

[video game] Redline is a video game for Mac OS X developed by Jonas Echterhoff and published by Ambrosia Software. The game`s primary features are its ability to simulate actual racing physics, online play, and support for the addition of third party content via plug-ins. The combination of these features have attracted numerous players an...
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Redline

The maximum number of revolutions per minute an engine can run before damage occurs. The name is derived from the actual red line manufacturers typically put on the tachometer.
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Redline

The maximum number of revolutions per minute an engine can run before damage occurs. The name is der
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Redline

The maximum recommended revolutions per minute for an engine. In cars equipped with a tachometer
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Redline

The point on the engine tachometer that indicates the maximum RPM the engine can safely withstand.
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