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Old 24 Aug 2010, 09:15 pm
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i was wanting to know is there a way to have our car run rich like the subaru do when they put on a BOV cuz i love to shot a flame from my exhaust
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Old 24 Aug 2010, 10:39 pm
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, its requiers lots of stuff to do it,,
1 a flame kit,, not quite what i think you want,,
sprak plug and fuel injector thing in your exhaust,
2, you have to run it way way rich and have a farily open exhaust system,
and its not good for your turbo, when you declerate, yoll get burps,
if you have a predator, you mght be able to adjust the settings to get it to happen, , though not sure,

with my hahn turbo, i used to get it all the time,,
by haveng the fuel press reg, adjusted very rich,,
and my cat was hollow, with a 2.5 exhaust
but
the fact is , you are running ineffecient,
and thats a by product,
be happy,
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Old 25 Aug 2010, 12:48 pm
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the reason why Subbies, EVOs, Eclipises, and Talons do it is because there MAF (mass air flow sensor) read, the computer reads the air comming just after the air filter and adds fuel, when you get rid of the recirc by adding an aftermarket BOV the computer thinks the air is still in the system instead of slowing the air down next to the MAF where it re enters it keeps that air fuel mixture the same instead and that increase in fuel ignites in the exhaust pipe and blows a flame out the back.

since our readings are taken after the throttle body our computers will know the right amount of air and fuel to add in to the engine for a proper combustion so we dont waist fuel and blow flames.
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Old 25 Aug 2010, 12:51 pm
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if you do richen up the fuel enough to blow a flame your hurting your performance because the engine cant ignite all the fuel your adding and your waisting fuel.
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ok so snice im not shoutting flames i hear loud pops when i shift so i guess thats a good thing then
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Old 01 Sep 2010, 11:24 am
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ok so snice im not shoutting flames i hear loud pops when i shift so i guess thats a good thing then
Snaps, crackles, pops, girgles are normal and found when you dont have a muffler and are more pronounced when you dont have a cat.

if you WOT shift or bounce off the rev limiter you can shoot a small lil flame when driving.
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