AutoCalc AS
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AutoCalc AS

January 10, 2013 Transportation
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Description

AutoCalc is a simple and fast automotive calculator.
Allows you to calculate:
-Carburetor CFM and volumetric efficiency
-Displacement and Stroke of an engine
-Estimated time, MPH, and HP from drag racing data
-1/4 mile to 1/8 mile conversions
-RPM, MPH, Gear Ratio, and Tire Diameter
-Horsepower and Torque estimations
-PIston Speed and RPM
-HP Loss at Elevation
-Fuel Milage
-Injector Sizing
-Drivetrain Loss
This is the ad-supported version of AutoCalc. If you like the app and want to support future development, please purchase the paid version.
More features will be added in future releases.
Metric is not currently supported but will be in the near future.
If you have any features that you would like to see, please email me, and let me know. I will be happy to add them if I think they will work well in the app.
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