you have a leak in the exhaust system lets in air
loose exhaust pipe or muffler is most common
Accelerator - The Future Sound of London album - was created in 1992.
It's a PCI sound Card
exhaust tip or glasspack it
By adding a dual exhaust and/or exhaust headers either short or long tubes for sound and performance
your car being broke get it checked out
Put in a Borla cat-back exhaust, you will be greatly satisfied.
Attach a bigger sports exhaust, simpler enough
The compressed, and corbonated air release quickly, making that lovely POP.
Exhaust leak at Exhaust manifold to head gasket or oring at exhaust manifold pipe.
Well, any change to flow of the exhaust gases will change their sound. That said, how much of a change in sound depends on how much you change the flow. Tips, normally go over an exhaust pipe and perhaps extend it a very small amount. It is unlikely this would cause much change...up or down.
The exhaust system is what muffles the engine sound keeps the fumes out of vehicle and away from the vehicles occupants and also filters the exhaust fumes out.
A sound wave can travel mor quickly in water than in air
your transmition is either about to break or broke.
Leak in the exhaust system?
buy a performance muffler
It muffles the sound of exhaust rushing out the pipes
a dining sound could be lose nuts on the exhaust
no lol its just louder it adds 50 hp what if the twin exhaust is the some size of the single exhaust
Sound quality is of course subjective, but I like the exhaust note of the Flow Master brand mufflers...not too loud, but definitely a performance sound.
It carries the exhaust away from each cylinder and routes it to the exhaust pipe where it flows to the catalytic converter and then to the muffler where the sound is deadened. It then flows from the muffler to the tailpipe where it is released into the atmosphere.
When a weird noise comes from the exhaust after stepping on the gas pedal, it could mean that there is a hole in the exhaust pipe. Sometimes the exhaust pipe will rust and need to be replaced.
I think that happens when you are changing gears. If you make the engine goes to 3000 rpm and suddenly release the gas pedal and rapidly press down the clutch pedal. The rev would up. With very noisy sound. Isn't it?