I can't, sorry. But here are the screenshots :
<img src="https://photos-4.dropbox.com/t/0/AAAasQUEh9UtlEppNn7cieTrMrGuKbKb4VZrXncgf6HNGg/12/113235847/jpeg/1024x768/3/1372258800/0/2/sinPin1.jpg/4wddSfo64HH7COhVQoAnHvB8qIqlZig8R_SCHr_qy1k" border="0" />
Layout and Ship Sine behavior :
<img src="https://photos-4.dropbox.com/t/0/AAA-p1jT7KQA4GjLAgBt0rdeB2vKd4jmzZlB8bHqNhz6JA/12/113235847/jpeg/1024x768/3/1372258800/0/2/sinPin2.jpg/P6rv8B9YO5GpeLqiJ3NQbUwGY7MzjNo4Fo8O8sTgkD0" border="0" />
Bar Sine Behavior (to simulate how you constantly change the bar height)
<img src="https://photos-3.dropbox.com/t/0/AADEa1PQMDsPmH_80_2x6hAsWuE-0Svdwp7y10F-cY9EVQ/12/113235847/jpeg/1024x768/3/1372258800/0/2/sinPin3.jpg/5axC6DqBeQ7QDP22et6EmZYFGYGjNPYohYcEQlH9mkQ" border="0" />
Initialy, I put the bar and the ship on the same coordonates, I separated them to be clearer here.
The ship is 100px orange, and 50px blue, just to check the bar height : the bar being 50px height with a magnitude of +/-50px, it should go from 0px height to covering exactly all the orange if the scalling is right.
The width of the 2 objects were the same for me, just to check the scalling too, but you can change base width with no problems.