Your timing is way off, it needs to be reset
A response that, while it may have been appropriate in a similar situation, is not appropriate in everyday life. A former soldier diving under a table when a car backfires would be a maladaptive response. Maladaptive behavior refers to behavior deemed inappropriate to a particular situation.
Well, theoretically, if the neutron of your management crisis went into flames, you would blame your engine propeller and fan. Your engine management unit only catches fire if not cooled down regularly.
Broken timing belt? Jumped time.
A fire would be the main cause but if there are no flames you should have the engine checked for problems under the hood. There maybe a leak of some sort and it may be burning on the engine.
it is out of time or the plug wires are connected incorrectly.
It has either . jumped timing
Then it would bust into flames?
If it backfires while you are driving, the intake manifold bolts may be loose or the gasket may need to be replaced. If it backfires when you turn off the ignition, the fuel mixture is a little on the rich side.
Exhaust system backfires occur in engines that have an emission system malfunction, like an air injection system diverter valve problem, an exhaust leak, or when the catalytic converter has been removed. In some high-performance vehicles, when a driver shifts up and lets off the accelerator, the engine has a moment of running rich. This causes an incomplete burn which causes the fumes to explode in the exhaust system along with an audible clacking sound. However this condition is a result of working smog equipment, and is unlikely to cause any damage.A fuel injected engine may backfire if an intake leak is present (causing the engine to run lean), or a fuel injection component such as an air-flow sensor is defective.Common causes of backfires are:Poor or unregulated engine timing is often a cause of intake backfires, but can also be responsible for exhaust backfiresImproper wiring in the ignition can also lead to timing issues and backfiresLow fuel pressure, clogged fuel filters, and weak fuel pumps could cause a severe lean air-to-fuel ratio during fuel injectionMissing or damaged catalytic converter can result in backfires out the tailpipeCourtesy of: WikiI dont know that much about cars, but when my friends Mustang backfired, there was a timing issue in his engine which also affected his speedometer! But his car is a 1980! LOL! So I would get it looked at!
yup. you would burst into flames and evaporate.
If you run the engine without pipes , you will inevitably start a fire under the hood from the flames shooting out of the exhaust ports
1992 lt1 corvette runs good until it reaches 190 degrees the starts rough idel and backfires/ the car would kinda run rich in its past with black smoke at times
An acceptable response would be, "thank you."
Either flames or complete darkness.
Gothenburg's finest , In Flames. Likely In Flames. I would say the band Death itself. it is all just opinion anyway.
the definition of flame is a phenomenon that occurs during a chemical reaction that gives out light and heat. different substance when giving out flames would have different enrgy. Even the same substance would give out different flames under different circumstances, forexample, most object would have a more violent flame if combusted in oxygen rather than the normal atmosphere. To answer the question, there is no definite temperature for flames...its just really hot
Vapour.Notes would burst into flames, whereas coins would melt.
response time would be
Often that can be the result of a sticking injector that puts too much fuel into the engine. The fuel will eventually burn somewhere, and that may be when it comes out the exhaust.
It would have been faster, but the designer didn't want the turbo lag, he wanted the throttle response of a normally aspirated engine.
WE WOULD DIE A HORRIBLE DEATH!?!?....sound bad.....ya
a hot pink/red colour
yes it is a metaphor. If it was a simile it would have "like" and "as".
A dichotomous response would be a response that is divided into two different parts these being a clearlydefined parts which would be classeified as part 0 and part 1.
sounds like it could be the timing when it's under a load.