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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    totoo ba ung kapag bigla kang narelease ng silinyador ay nahigop ang exhaust?

    di namn cguro totoo yun di ba?

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    #2
    false. The exhaust gas velocity simply slows down. It never reverses in flow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
    false. The exhaust gas velocity simply slows down. It never reverses in flow.
    What Ghosthunter mentioned is the truth. Otherwise, a car will be the most expensive vacuum cleaner anyone ever bought! hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
    false. The exhaust gas velocity simply slows down. It never reverses in flow.
    Agree. Your exhaust will have pressure. The combusted air from your engine is going out. It will keep the water from entering your engine.

    If your engine is not running and you fill your tail pipe with water, the water will blow out when you start the engine.

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    hindi po totoo may nahihigop sa exhaust.. kya may water kasi normal lang po yan dahil humid po sa loob ng exhaust natin sir

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcasjr View Post
    totoo ba ung kapag bigla kang narelease ng silinyador ay nahigop ang exhaust?

    di namn cguro totoo yun di ba?

    No... I agree with Ghost et al

    If you're worried about the water droplets coming out of the tailpipe, it's normal when the pipe is still cold. Exhaust gas consists of water vapor, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, unburnt fuel, carbon particles, etc. What you see is the water vapor condensing into liquid water .....

    Safe driving!

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    kaya useless ang hard revving on flood forging... be wary more of your intake than our exhaust...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alwayz_yummy View Post
    kaya useless ang hard revving on flood forging... be wary more of your intake than our exhaust...
    Not in all cases sir. Pag idle/near idle rpm ang makina at fully submerged ang tailpipe mo, may chance na mag stall ang makina and malabo mo na ma start uli.

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    not a chance.. exhaust will always blow out what ever comes in.. but in flood, when the tail pipe is submerged, you need to keep the engine above idle to prevent it from stalling.. when the tail pipe is submerged and you let the engine idle in flood, the water volume will be enough to block the tail pipe stalling the engine.. once the water goes inside the tail pipe, you will have a hard time cranking the engine again since your exhaust is blocked

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    a car will be the most expensive vacuum cleaner anyone ever bought! hehehe
    a most powerful and expensive vacuum cleaner!


    most of the time, it's the tailpipe doing the the first dip since it is lower than the intake. probably part of the design to save the engine.?.

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exhaust sucks water?