A bit long -Boromir said:ive seen cars shooting flames. but whats the benefits of it?
so my exaust may be shooting flames all the time? my exaust pops like mad when i down shift! no wonder cops f#$k with me so much at night!!!fcsmotorsports said:However, some cars do it as a result of tuning. Free flowing exhausts and rich fuel mixtures result in more unburned fuel exiting the combustion chamber and igniting in the exhaust or upon exiting the exhaust. This results in the flame and popping sound. This is especially apparent when the throttle is suddenly dropped. For an example of this, watch touring cars and ALMS GT racers on Speedvision. Almost every time they downshift, there's a flame.
why would you want a flame on a single exhaust it would probaly look stupid but what ever float you boat. spark plug work.Boromir said:I KNOW HOW TO SHOOT FLAMES. GET OUTSIDE OF YOUR CAR, PULL YOUR PANTS DOWN, GRAB SOME MATCHES AND FART. HERE YOU GO.
themonster4door said:Ok i got a Apexi N1 exhaust cocked to the side it looks pretty damn good but my boy has a 89 rx-7 with dual n1's on it and it not turbo that thing can shoot for day's and still runs a 14.2 so hey i mean u tell me something. I know that it is a rotory motor and the mechanics behind it is a little different then a ga but hey i think i know how am gonna do get a Apexi SAfc then see what i can do then
Uh, yeah, that's an understatement. Other than the fact they both use gas and a sparkplug, there isn't much in common at all. Don't plan on having RX-7 style backfires just because you have a similar exhaust as one.themonster4door said:I know that it is a rotory motor and the mechanics behind it is a little different then a ga