The carburetor is allowing unburnt gas into the exhaust manifold. The presence of high heat and cylinder combustion ignites the fuel inside the exhaust and is typically seen coming out the pipe. The less restrictive/no baffling an exhaust pipe is the more pronounce the flame and popping. All engines do this in some degree, but excessive flame points to an overly rich fuel mixture.
the rings are probably bad and need replaced
yes you can put a blow off valve on any turbo application, A blow off valve helps relieve boost pressure spike/surge when the throttle is quickly closed, helps prevent damage/excessive load on the turbo and throttle body.
It is either your water pump or your thermostat
no i cant turn a 50cc pitbike into a 125cc pit bike the bike will blow up .
Amazingly pointless. The blow off valve is there to release intake pressure if you have the turbo spinning and then go off the throttle suddenly. If you haven't got a turbo there's no intake pressure to release if you go off the throttle.
They got it to work on a bike...
it could cause some back pressure issues and blow up the bike...
I have the same dirt bike and what you have to do is go to the carberator and twist a screw on the side of it to where it is all the way in and that pretty much makes the governor disabled . I have done this with my dirt bike and it added about 20 mph, it will not hurt the dirt bike in any way just take off the bulshtii governor that maeks it go slow as hell, i race against 125's and i still keep up now . good luck everybody ride hard another thing you could do is buy a rev box to give your bike more rpms but the only problem with taking off the govenor is that the govener is there so you don't blow up your bike cause without the govener your bike will go just as fast as you throttle it so you can blow it up
No. Get new tires before they blow out and you get hurt.
You should be able to, but I recommend going to a bike shop and using the bike version rather than the car version, or you may just blow the tube with that kind of volume of air.
The blow-off valve should not be confused with a waste-gate. The waste-gate is a device that by-passes the turbine wheel of the turbocharger, limiting the shaft-speed of the turbocharger. Therefore, limiting the boost (pressure) that the compressor generates and keeping the turbocharger from over-speeding. A blow-off valve is mounted in the intake plumbing between the turbocharger compressor and the throttle plate. The blow-off valve is a second safety measure against the turbocharger over-boosting and damaging the engine. The blow-off valve is more commonly used to keep the turbocharger spinning when the throttle plate is suddenly closed. When the turbocharger is generating maximum boost pressure at full throttle and then the throttle is suddenly closed, compressed air coming from the compressor slams against the throttle, generating extremely high pressures that travel backwards to the compressor stopping the compressor from spinning. When the throttle plate is again opened, the engine must spool the turbocharger shaft again. The effects of this high pressure can also be very damaging to the turbocharger.
Put it in 4th gear, lots of throttle then dump the clutch
Give it more throttle ! Maybe the motor is ready to blow up?
No. Your engine will suck in dirt,insects and rocks. You can blow a cylinder and/or your throttle body will mess up. If you must do it. Do it for a little while only. No. Your engine will suck in dirt,insects and rocks. You can blow a cylinder and/or your throttle body will mess up. If you must do it. Do it for a little while only.
It is the head gasket is blown or crack
The rev limiter makes it so it wont over rev and the bike doesent blow up
It could be a result of a number of things, but a good bet would be you ran it out of oil.
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Check for vacuum leaks. The gasket was known to blow out between the throttle body and the intake manifold.
On a centrifugal supercharger(Paxton, vortech, procharger-yes. On a whipple /eaton- no because they are located between the throttle body and engine, BOV only work when the throttle body is between the supercharger and engine.
Well, it can't really hurt the bike, but, it could blow some seals or gaskets. So, why don't you drain some oil to the correct level.
Usually not. The penny Farthing was invented before the inflatable bicycle tire was developed.
make sure you have fuel..... turn on the gas, make sure your battery is good..[horn should blow] turn on the ignition, make sure it is in neutral,..... able to roll bike back n forth press the start button while giving it a slight roll of the throttle it should start..... oh so sweet
A blow through carburetor is one that has been modified to operate under boost pressure, from either a turbocharger or certain blowers. This would include seals on the throttle blade shafts, and boost referencing the power valve and float bowl.
You can, but it'd be amazingly pointless. The blow valve is needed on turbo engines to release the pressure that can build up if the driver goes off the throttle quickly and the engine revs drops fast. W/o a turbo you won't get any pressure build-up so there's no use for a blow valve.