GIHS


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GIHSGlenunga International High School (Adeliade, South Australia)
GIHSGlobal Internet Hosting Service
GIHSGrand Island High School
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The indicators include the correlations of variables GHR, H, GPHR; Sum H of ZSC with the factors GIHS, F3 and F1 of HIS; and variables AG, PHR, Sum T with the factors GIHS and F5.
The average customers are also likely to benefit by the addition of GIHS to their new vehicles.
The development of the diesel version of the GIHS is particularly exciting since a great number of watercraft are diesel powered including larger pleasure watercraft and commercial watercraft such as fishing boats.
For GIHS, the triumph was extra special as they lost in the final of last year's tournament.
Chasing the total GIHS lost their star player Mahima for just two runs.
The GIHS system installed on automotive gasoline engines has proven to increase fuel economy by as much as 150%.
With 775 Horsepower and 691-foot pounds of torque, the GIHS Corvette is the ultimate Corvette enthusiast's dream car.
3 liter GM engine, GIHS can improve horsepower from 315 HP to 500 HP, an increase of 58%
The projected annual fuel savings per vehicle installed with the GIHS (in relation to the same vehicle without the system) is $3,068 (based on $4.
The focus of the Company's R&D will be to adapt the GIHS to other engine platforms, i.
Being able to remotely tune our GIHS equipped vehicles over the Internet is a tremendous cost saving measure to the Company.
For example, along with increased fuel economy (14 mpg to 32 mpg on the 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500) and increased horsepower (315 HP to 500 HP on the same Silverado), the fresh-off-the-line GIHS equipped vehicles will also be backed by a 3y/36,000 mile complete bumper-to-bumper and 5y/100,000 mile powertrain warranty.