MSRC

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AcronymDefinition
MSRCMicrosoft Security Response Center
MSRCMajor Shared-Resource Center (Army Research Laboratory)
MSRCModular Software Programmable Radio Consortium
MSRCMajor Shared Resource Center
MSRCMoorland-Spingarn Research Center (Howard University; Washington, DC)
MSRCMobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee
MSRCMarine Spill Response Corporation
MSRCMultiple Sclerosis Resource Centre (UK)
MSRCMarine Sciences Research Center
MSRCMedia Security and Reliability Council
MSRCMagnetic Selective Ride Control
MSRCMeasurement Solution Research Center (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology; Japan)
MSRCMaterials Science Research Centre (India)
MSRCMaster-Subsidiary Relationship Code
MSRCMolecular Sciences Research Center
MSRCMaster's of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling (degree)
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Magneto-rheological fluid (MRF), which uses fine iron particles suspended in fluid to instantaneously alter the fluid's viscosity in response to a magnetic field, is the enabling technology in GM's Magnetic Selective Ride Control ("MagneRide") semi-active suspension, standard in Cadillac STS, the 50th Anniversary Corvette and '04 Cadillac XLR and SRX.
The model features a Brembo brake set with dark grey metallic calipers, Corvette's Magnetic Selective Ride Control, a ZR1-style front spoiler, black headlamps and mirrors, carbon fibre rocker panels, and a carbon fibre raised hood.
The model features a Brembo brake set, Michelin PS2 tires, Corvette's Magnetic Selective Ride Control, ZR1-style front spoiler, black headlamps and mirrors, carbon fibre rocker panels, and a carbon fibre raised hood.
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