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  • 7785 Haley Rd, White Lake, MI 48383
  • 108 Aberdeen Dr, Troutman, NC 28166
  • 1600 S Tipsico Lake Rd, Milford, MI 48380
  • 104 Killarney Dr #101, Mooresville, NC 28117
  • Highland, MI
  • Novi, MI
  • Oakland, MI
  • Southfield, MI

Publications

Us Patents

Thermally Insulating Element For An Engine Valve Assembly

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US Patent:
7559302, Jul 14, 2009
Filed:
Nov 15, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/940373
Inventors:
John Cullen - Mequon WI,
Mike Youakim - Wauwatosa WI,
Christopher Monaco - Antioch IL,
Jason Youd - Mooresville NC,
Ron Check - Brighton MI,
Assignee:
Harley-Davidson Motor Company Group, LLC - Milwaukee WI
International Classification:
F01L 1/16
F01L 3/10
US Classification:
123 9049, 123 9067, 1231886, 12318811
Abstract:
A cylinder head assembly for an internal combustion engine including a cylinder head at least partially defining a flow path through the engine, including an intake port, an exhaust port, and a combustion chamber disposed between the intake port and the exhaust port. A valve is coupled to the cylinder head and movable relative to the cylinder head to selectively open the combustion chamber to one of the intake port and the exhaust port. A valve spring is positioned between the valve and the cylinder head and biases the valve to a closed position. A thermally insulating washer is positioned between the cylinder head and the valve spring.

Spring Damper

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US Patent:
7370855, May 13, 2008
Filed:
Nov 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/270159
Inventors:
Jason B. Youd - White Lake MI,
Derek Saynor - New Hudson MI,
International Classification:
F16F 1/06
US Classification:
267179, 267204
Abstract:
A damper is shown for damping the movements of a valve spring in an engine. The valve spring can be housed within the damper or the damper may be located inside of the valve spring. The damper is made from a suitable polymer and has one or more slots located radially to a central axis and one or more rings or bands. The rings or bands are located on the outer surface of the damper where the valve spring is located within the damper. The rings or bands are located on the inner surface of the damper where the valve spring surrounds the damper. The cross section, number and location of the slots, rings or bands can be adjusted depending on the particular application of the damper and the amount of damping that is desired for the particular application.

Steel Spring Damper

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US Patent:
8052129, Nov 8, 2011
Filed:
Apr 25, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/796010
Inventors:
Jason B. Youd - White Lake MI,
Ronald N. Check - Brighton MI,
Jonathan E. Slade - Fenton MI,
International Classification:
F16F 1/06
F01L 3/10
US Classification:
267179, 267204
Abstract:
A damper is shown for damping the movements of a spring. The spring is housed within the damper. The side walls of the damper have inverted T-shaped cutouts and hinge members resulting in flexure of the side walls when the spring is compressed or released. A steel band can be housed on the outside surface of the side walls providing biasing of the inside of the side walls against the outside of the spring thereby damping movement of the spring.

Spring Damper

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US Patent:
8556241, Oct 15, 2013
Filed:
Apr 7, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/082098
Inventors:
Ronald N. Check - Brighton MI,
Jason B. Youd - Mooresville NC,
Jonathan E. Slade - Fenton MI,
International Classification:
F16F 1/06
US Classification:
267179, 267204
Abstract:
A damper is shown for damping the movements of a valve spring in an engine. The valve spring can be housed within the damper or the damper may be located inside of the valve spring. The damper is made from a suitable polymer and has one or more slots located radially to a central axis and one or more rings or bands. The rings or bands are located on the outer surface of the damper where the valve spring is located within the damper. The rings or bands are located on the inner surface of the damper where the valve spring surrounds the damper. The cross section, number and location of the slots, rings or bands can be adjusted depending on the particular application of the damper and the amount of damping that is desired for the particular application.

Spring Damper

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US Patent:
8636271, Jan 28, 2014
Filed:
Apr 13, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/066355
Inventors:
Ronald N. Check - Brighton MI,
Jonathan E. Slade - Fenton MI,
Jason B. Youd - White Lake MI,
International Classification:
F16F 1/06
US Classification:
267179, 267204
Abstract:
A damper is shown for damping the movements of a valve spring in an engine. The valve spring can be housed within the damper or the damper may be located inside of the valve spring. The damper is made from a suitable polymer and has one or more tabs or slots located radially to a central axis and one or more helical springs, rings or bands housed in the slots or between the tabs. The helical springs, rings or bands are located on the outer surface of the damper where the valve spring is housed within the damper. The cross section, number and location of the tabs, slots, helical springs, rings or bands can be adjusted depending on the particular application of the damper and the amount of damping that is desired for the particular application. The damper can also incorporate a hub or stem seal and ports for receiving oil.

Spring Damper

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US Patent:
2008021, Sep 4, 2008
Filed:
Apr 7, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/082099
Inventors:
Ronald N. Check - Brighton MI,
Jason B. Youd - Mooresville NC,
Jonathan E. Slade - Fenton MI,
International Classification:
F16F 1/12
US Classification:
267170
Abstract:
A damper is shown for damping the movements of a valve spring in an engine. The valve spring can be housed within the damper or the damper may be located inside of the valve spring. The damper is made from a suitable polymer and has one or more tabs or slots located radially to a central axis and one or more helical springs, rings or bands housed in the slots or between the tabs. The helical springs, rings or bands are located on the outer surface of the damper where the valve spring is housed within the damper. The cross section, number and location of the tabs, slots, helical springs, rings or bands can be adjusted depending on the particular application of the damper and the amount of damping that is desired for the particular application. The damper can also incorporate a hub or stem seal.
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