acronym got me started. Here's ours :) Actually, the term "Big
Ends" refers to the crankshaft bearing end of the connecting rod
in a typical car engine. The other end of the connecting rod has a small
end and attaches to the piston. How Stuff Works has cute
animated graphics of what we're talking about so check it out. The
other idea behind the name (well, we're complicated kinds of guys) is
the world famous band from
New Zealand - Split Enz. The ENZ is part of kiwi culture.
Brett Wigg - Team Captain
Job: Engineer for the Newspaper
Territorial soldier, scuba diver, milling, pneumatics, turning,
welding (MIG, Arc, Gas), engine building, car modifying
Sky diving, parachuting, shooting possums & wabbits, fishing
Job: Senior Design Engineer
World leader in power electronics. Welding (MIG, Stick, Arc, Gas),
gas cutting, sawing, grinding, etc. Building particle accelerators,
race engines, electronic fuel ignition and alternative fuel systems.
Water skiing, building engines eg. helping Brett build a 400bhp
Freeman - Bazza
Job: Maintenance Supervisor (Brett's boss)
Milling, turning, welding (MIG, Electrode, Gas, Brazing), fixing
and modifying engines, machinery, drive systems, and transmissions.
Yes to everything mentioned on the Scrapheap application form.
Working with Brett on lots of big projects.
Skiing, building kit cars, building motorcycles
And some info about Trev