The 82 Honda 185xl was a four stroke, so it wouldn't have a exspanion chamber all it had was a spark erester, after market pipes came with a header pipe some were for lower end and some for top end, this bike is old its proably gettig tired enjoy it .its a classic?
A blown head gasket could allow coolant to enter the combustion chamber from the water jacket. The coolant probably is running out the exhaust on first start-up. More often, you will notice the coolant being pumped out of the overflow as the exhaust gas pressurizes the coolant. You should look for this symptom when the engine warms up. Coolant in the exhaust on start-up and then the coolant overpressure overflow from the expansion tank or radiator happening together is almost sure indication of the head gasket failure.
You should have an expansion joint every 20" or less.
Usually white smoke means that water is getting into the combustion chamber, indicating that you have a leaking head gasket. This is serious and should be checked by a trained mechanic.
Exhaust manifolds should be covered by warranties.
The drip chamber should be below the infusion bag.
Yes the intake and exhaust valves have to be close.
A dry sauna does not need a exhaust fan
The first thing you can do is to change the stock exhaust system with an aftermarket exhaust system. In turn, you should fit a performance intake filter and either re-map the standard ECU or replace it, again with an aftermarket solution.
if i remember correctly..white smoke should mean that your piston rings are leaking oil into the compression chamber...but it just depends on if you have it coming out of the exhaust or if it is just coming from under the car.....in that case you just have oil leaking on the exhaust. in the first case...its gonna mean a complete engine teardown and rebuild.
The paintings should be inside the Chamber of Secrets.
there should be one on the exhaust manifold and there should be another one after the catylitic convertor on the exhaust pipe
The oxygen sensors that connect to the exhaust system. There should be two, and they should screw into the side of the exhaust.
there should not be any drain holes in an exhaust
there should not be any fuel in the exhaust system, if there is, you have serious problems
To reduce compression in an internal combustion engine you should change the standard pistons for a more flatter piston, which will increase the combustion chamber size, some people also change the standard head gasket for a slightly thicker one.
You first need to remove the side cover at the top of the cylinder on the right side. Once this is removed you will expose the power valves and power valve actuator rod. You will need to remove a cotter pin that holds the actuator rod to the power valve shaft. You can then remove the power valve shaft. The power valves will come out through the exhaust port. It is best to have the cylinder head removed and expansion chamber removed for access. If the shaft wont pull out it is because of carbon build up. You will need to spray the shaft and valves with solvent. The shaft should pull out.
The exhaust gets into the passenger compartment usually by a hole in the body of the vehicle. Another possibility is if there is an exhaust leak at or around the engine compartment,if this is so the ventilation for the passenger compartment can pull in the exhaust. Also you should check that the end of the tail pipe should stick out a little past the bumper.
That depends on the engine, but they should all be either on the exhaust manifold collector or down the exhaust pipe a bit right after the exhaust manifold.
It should be the same.. the standard jeep(left hand drive) the intake and exhaust are on the left side of the engine as well, so there is no need for a different manifold. so 99 % sure its the same manifold
closedUpdated answer,Firstly the four stages of an "Otto Cycle Engine" are, Induction the intake valve is opening, to let fuel and air mixture into piston chamber. Compression the intake valve and exhaust are shut to compress fuel air mixture. Powerfuel air mixture ignited, both the intake and the exhaust valves are closed. And finally Exhaust when the exhaust valve is open to release spent gasses. At idle speed approximately 800 rpm it should be appreciated timing is important.
there should be screws and nuts on the inside of the exhaust connecting it to the body, if not then it is an exhaust that needs a sprecial tool, is it a factory exhaust or not? =]
When an exhaust pipe is cool, the exhaust will start to allow water vapor to condense. If the exhaust is white you're seeing a vapor cloud; it's normal and unavoidable. Once the engine and exhaust are warm, the vapor cloud should stop.
It should be marked on the barrel or chamber. If it is not, go to a gunsmith and ask for a chamber cast to be made.