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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Avery4jc, Aug 30, 2006.
and you can clearly see that in the video.
yeah, we discussed that video about 3 years ago, should've been here. It was great.
I liked teh one about the "special edition" Mustang!!
that car Really sounds like a wild cat.. that is one heck of a sweet video
Yeah half the lounge is full of Avery's threads with these videos...
It would be much better if he put them all in one thread..
I know but they are all different. Oh, and I know this was posted before but I was just wondering about that fire.
No beater it wasn't obvious what it was, that's why I posted and lets not get started again tonight. I have never seen mufflers catch on fire so I wouldn't have ever thought of that.
If I had to take a guess, I would say the exhaust has spark plugs and he's injecting some sort of fuel into the pipes.. like alot of show cars do..
dude, the two little thing-a-ma-bobs coming out of the back of the car? What else could it have been?
Oh the things I learn on CK5.
Well not to be too tech, the guy probably knows that with an extended burnout like that his motor would be getting hotter than hell, so he bumps up the fuel mixture to cool down his pistons and the result is unburned mixture coming from his exhaust.
Thats what I was thinking
That makes sense and answered my question without being an ass like some of the others. Thanks.
I answered your question.
Your original question is what would be called a "closed question", question normally being called a probe in the question and answer world. You asked a question in your title which could have been answered with a yes or no, or one defined word or idea as an answer. "His mufflers" satisfied the closed probe idea. Now, "what would cause that burning at the the end of that insane burnout" would have been what is called an "open question" or "open probe". That allows for more than one single point of discussion in the answer to a question.
Gotta know what you're asking and how to ask it in order to be satisfied with the answer you get. Ask the right question, and you won't have to resort to calling others things like "ass". I don't appreciate being called an ass, as i am sure others here don't either.
the lord doesnt like for you to say naughty words like "ass"...
rofl, you guys are great. Just when I think that I've heard it all you come up with something new. Well no the lord probably doesn't want me to call anyone an ass but I doubt what the lord did in his time is what he would do now. There was a great article a while back on what one person's interpretation of what jesus today would have been, he said he'd be driving a lifted 4X4 w/ big tires which I thought was great. Other people wrote in complaining but hey he used a donkey because that's what was available, if he was here today he would use what is available. So I'm sorry for calling ya'll an ass but I was irritable, been sitting there in my room smelling sloppy joes all afternoon waiting for dad to get home from work.
isnt it time for you to sign off and go sit around the fireplace and sing kumbaya with the family?
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