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### Non-metallic belt drive scatter shield for belts made of aluminum alloy 6061-T6 must be made from _____ thick and minimum width of equals _____ times the width of the belt

• A.

3.0 mm, 1.7

• B.

1.7mm, 3.0

• C.

2.66 mm, 3

• D.

.105 inch, 1.7

A. 3.0 mm, 1.7
Explanation
The non-metallic belt drive scatter shield for belts made of aluminum alloy 6061-T6 must be made from a thickness of 3.0 mm and have a minimum width that is 1.7 times the width of the belt.

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• 2.

### If the camera used for videography, weighs more than .25 Kg then it must be secured by minimum of ______ points on different sides of Camera

• A.

2

• B.

3

• C.

1

• D.

None

A. 2
Explanation
If the camera used for videography weighs more than 0.25 Kg, it must be secured by a minimum of 2 points on different sides of the camera. This means that in order to ensure stability and prevent the camera from moving or shaking during videography, it is necessary to secure it with at least two points of support.

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• 3.

### If the octane rating of a fuel is 91 and the RON for the same is 95, what is the value of MON for the same fuel.

• A.

89

• B.

87

• C.

98

• D.

46

B. 87
Explanation
The MON (Motor Octane Number) is a measure of a fuel's resistance to knocking or pinging during the combustion process. It is typically lower than the RON (Research Octane Number). In this case, the octane rating of the fuel is 91, and the RON is 95. Since the MON is usually lower than the RON, the value of MON for the same fuel would be 87.

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• 4.

### If car underweight by 6.1 Kg after the event, what is the point penalty?

• A.

-20

• B.

-30

• C.

-40

• D.

-50

C. -40
Explanation
If the car is underweight by 6.1 kg after the event, it means that the car is below the required weight limit. This indicates a violation of the rules or regulations set for the event. The point penalty is likely to be imposed as a consequence of this violation. The correct answer, -40, suggests that a penalty of 40 points will be deducted from the car's score due to the underweight issue.

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### Which of the following modification is not allowed after the tech inspection is over?

• A.

Replenishment of fluids

• B.

Recharging low voltage batteries

• C.

Replacement of worn tire

• D.

Replacement of brake caliper

D. Replacement of brake caliper
Explanation
After the tech inspection is over, the modification that is not allowed is the replacement of brake caliper. This is because the tech inspection is conducted to ensure that the vehicle meets the required standards and any modifications made after the inspection can potentially compromise the safety and performance of the vehicle. The replacement of brake caliper involves a significant change in the braking system, which is a critical component for the safe operation of the vehicle. Therefore, it is not allowed to be modified after the tech inspection is completed.

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### All forward facing edges on the body work that will impact people, must have forward facing radii of atlest ____?

• A.

1.5 inches

• B.

2 inches

• C.

3.5 inches

• D.

4 inches

A. 1.5 inches
Explanation
Forward facing edges on the body work that will impact people must have forward facing radii of at least 1.5 inches. This means that any edges on the body work that are likely to come into contact with individuals should have a minimum radius of 1.5 inches to reduce the risk of injury or harm. A larger radius helps to distribute the force of impact over a larger area, minimizing the potential for cuts, bruises, or other injuries.

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• 7.

### For the monocoque construction, all equivalency calculation must prove equivalency relative to _____?

• A.

SAE/AISI 3025

• B.

SAE/AISI 1115

• C.

SAE/AISI 1025

• D.

SAE/AISI 1010

D. SAE/AISI 1010
Explanation
For monocoque construction, all equivalency calculations must prove equivalency relative to SAE/AISI 1010. This means that any other material being considered for the construction must be proven to have the same strength, durability, and performance as SAE/AISI 1010. This ensures that the monocoque structure will be able to withstand the required loads and stresses without compromising safety or structural integrity.

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• 8.

### What is the minimum length and outer diameter of jack point?

• A.

12inches and 30mm

• B.

250mm and 30mm

• C.

12 inches and 25mm

• D.

300mm and 35mm

B. 250mm and 30mm
Explanation
The minimum length and outer diameter of the jack point is 250mm and 30mm respectively.

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• 9.

### What is the minimum distance of throttle cable from any exhust system?

• A.

55.8 mm

• B.

20.5mm

• C.

50.8mm

• D.

44mm

C. 50.8mm
Explanation
The minimum distance of the throttle cable from any exhaust system is 50.8mm. This distance is necessary to prevent the throttle cable from getting damaged or melted due to the heat generated by the exhaust system. Keeping the cable at a safe distance ensures proper functioning of the throttle and avoids any potential hazards.

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• 10.

### All wing edges including wings, end plates, gurney flaps, wicker bills and undertray that could contact a pedstrain must have a minimum radius of ______

• A.

15 mm

• B.

.060 inch

• C.

.60 inch

• D.

2.5 mm

B. .060 inch
Explanation
The correct answer is .060 inch. This is because all wing edges that could potentially come in contact with a pedestrian need to have a minimum radius of .060 inch. This radius helps to minimize the potential for injury in case of contact with the wing edges.

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