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Old 07-05-2009, 08:10 PM   #1
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Something related to scavenging effect?
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"It spun backwards.."


Right..
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Hondas suck.

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too much kanuter valve tension.
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Hondas suck.

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Uh huh...

Sounds like an idiot friend helping someone. I just avoid hanging out with people that stupid.... I guess not everyone can avoid idiots like I manage.
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Right
who told you this secret?
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Right
who told you this secret?
Did you watch the video?

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Did you watch the video?

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what video?

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It seems it got caught in the muffler bearings.
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During DFCO on over-run, a vacuum can be developed in the exhaust.
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Throttle is closed vacuum is generated on intake down stroke. Compression brings the pressure back to around atmospheric. Exhaust valve opens somewhere above BDC basically unleashing a substantial vacuum on the exhaust. The only difference from this and truth is that a small combustion event occurs, but the rag was sucked in on decel, in which if he is in full fuel cut there is no combustion so a substantial vacuum occurs.
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