Why Do Cars Backfire - Explained
Why do cars backfire? A backfire occurs when combustion takes place outside of the cylinder. Backfiring can be used to describe combustion occurring through the intake (traveling backwards) or through the Exhaust, although this is also called afterfire. In this video we'll take a look at how an engine could have combustion travel up the intake.
Ignition Systems: http://youtu.be/1lZqsZq23pU
Fuel Injection: http://youtu.be/nbCe68ck6qg
My next video will be "afterfire." Be sure to check this out to see how combustion could occur within the Exhaust.
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Dodge Viper GTS Heffner LOUD Backfire!! - 1080p HD
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Maybe you allready know this amazing sounding Dodge Viper GTS Heffner, because I allready have uploaded some sound videos of this car. But this time not only the lovely sound of the V10; this video also includes a lot of backfire!
As you might know, I participated an ''Autobahn Run'' last Sunday with my VW Golf V GTI. It was a lot of fun, but on the other side; I could not film the action by myself. That's why my co-driver took my camera, while I was driving,
So, when you think that the quality is not like you are used from me, you know the reason ;)
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