picknose makes another joke



no shit it is not liquid cooled
are u a tard or what?? what is the temp of that exhaust gas as it heats up more from the cat as it waits to pass through it
when its compltetlyplugged it no longer works however it does not all melt down at once once its melted its resricted thus the unrestricted part has more work to do more work = more HEAT
ever take physics?? more load= more exhaust through a lesser area
u dont have to be a brain surgeon hell even a nurse can figure out that
FAIL year one
hurc ast
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In order to put that exhaust through the restriction you have to raise the pressure. That means the engine has to consume more air to pump into the exhaust, so if the engine can not take in more air, it can not raise the pressure in the exhaust enough to over come the restriction. That is physics. The fact is this pump is a heat engine it must make fire to run. No O2 no fire, no pressure. More physics. If the cylinder has an equal pressure to the intake, it can not take in more air. Higher pressure goes to low. Gee' it seems that the engine just stops running....................

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On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 23:14:33 -0500, "pick one" <try again!> wrote:

Don't let a little thing like physics impede your progress. If our "enlightened" troll says it's so, then it must be so.
I've yet to see a plugged cat create excessive heat but................
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