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Unleash The Horses With A Performance Exhaust System Upgrade

13th January 2012
Stock exhaust systems are designed simply to provide a conduit for spent gases to move from your engine to your tailpipe - no more, no less. On the other hand, performance exhaust systems are engineered to maximize your engine's exhaust flow, giving you: ... Read >
Author: nimesh

You Can Honda S2000 turbocharger kit

13th April 2011
The car was first shown as a concept at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1995, The whole world would have to wait another 4 years to buy it. The S2000 is named for its engine displacement of 2 L, carrying on in the tradition of the S500 and S800 roadsters of the 1... Read >
Author: Horace Frederick

A Cost Analysis: Replacing a 2004 or 2005 BMW 745i Engine Assembly

23rd June 2010
The premature failure of the BMW engine found in the 745i is a rarity when one compares the 745i to other comparable vehicles such as the Cadillac STS or Lincoln Town Car. Yet it does happen, and drivers with little experience paying for large auto repair... Read >
Author: lowmileageengines.op@gmail.com

Engine control unit in a brief

14th June 2010
The main purpose of the Engine Control Unit (ECU) is to control the various features of the internal combustion during the operation of the engine, and in the advanced types of engines, The ECU monitors the engine by using sensors that fitted with in the ... Read >
Author: jacknickles66

How Marine Exhaust Systems Work

26th February 2010
Marine exhausts systems are an important and often overlooked part of a marine engine. Most vessels have a 'wet' exhaust system. Salt water is injected at the riser - the outlet for exhaust from the exhaust manifold. This mixture of exhaust gas and water ... Read >
Author: Conrad Nguyen

The powerful and thrifty 2010 Volkswagen Eos 2.0 TSI Engine

26th February 2010
Volkswagen's Eos convertible returns for 2010 with no changes to its standard 2.0-liter turbocharged four. The 3.2-liter VR6 engine available in earlier years was dropped in 2009. The Eos shares its turbocharged, 16-valve 2.0 TSI engine with the Volksw... Read >
Author: Ronnie Tanner

ENGINE RUN-ON, DIESELING

21st May 2007
Run-on by dieseling is caused by fuel in engine igniting without spark. Possible explanations: a.) Running winter fuel in warm weather. Winter formulated fuels have a higher vapor pressure, meaning that they evaporate easier. Only vaporized fuel wil... Read >
Author: John
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