Answer: Carbon monoxide consists of a single carbon atom and a single oxygen atom linked together (CO), and is the product of incomplete combustion of fuel. Most Carbon monoxide is produced when air-to-fuel ratios are too low in the engine during vehicle starting or when the vehicle isnt tuned properly, and at higher altitudes, where thin air reduces the amount of oxygen available for combustion.
Answer: race cars run a very rich mixture. when the engine dies, the unburnt fuel in the exhaust system catches fire from the heat in the exhaust pipes. when the engine is refired, the fire blows out.Flames come out the exhaust during the deceleration of a racing car because during wide open throttle the intake manifold and intake port are filled with a homogenized air fuel mixture. When the throttle is suddenly closed the velocity of this mixture stops and the pressure drops into a strong vacuum. This causes the fuel to drop out of suspension (in the air) and return to a liquid state. This liquid fuel is drawn through the combustion chamber and ignites when it reaches the hot exhaust valve and pipes resulting in the visable flames from the end of the pipe.
Answer: The more air that moves on the final stroke of a combustion cycle,the better the performance. If the single pipe from the engine islarge enough, then yes, it can outperform an engine with a truedual exhaust with smaller pipes.
Answer: Y pipe after rear suspension or jus next to the cat for more noise and more power.unless u have a rear mounted turbo wich will make the car faster and alot louder.and its better in the long run to have one of these as they are easy to put on and will pass mot inspection
Answer: have a 1990 E-350, runs fine until weather outside gets to be 95 and above. runs until u stop, then when u restart it it dies when u try to drive away. did some checks and am pretty sure its not vapor lock, has new pumps, filter, fuel regulator, and recent tune up.
Answer: i really dont think gas is dripping out of the sxhasut pipe..it just impossible as the gas in pulverized inside the combustion chaber..:))) that s jsut water--condensation? try to light it up you ll see it wont burn.
if your exahust is smelling like unburnt gasoline...you must be running rich. check you O2 sensor..and check for a stuck MAF
Answer: Well the tractor fumes are just as harmful as any other fume released by any other diesel engine as they contain high amounts of carbondioxide(CO2) and carbonmonoxide(CO) which is even more toxic then the first one as for the artificial fertilizers they contain harmful stuff for us but not the plant so i would not eat them to often.
Answer: exhaust is pretty easy to smell. If you smell it, then you likely do, also check the rear end of the car for possible places where the exhaust can get into. a battery powered carbon monoxide detector will also work
Answer: the catalytic converter does. it is a ceramic material that looks like a long sausage inside of the steel case it has a honeycomb pattern which allows the exhaust gases to go through it the ceramic material has a "poisoned" platinum catalyst impregnated in it which converts any carbon monoxide into carbon dioxide which then exits the convertor