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Why do some modified cars have a gas gas gas shift voices

386,717,3512010-01-25 03:01:15 +0000 #1
What is sent to the cooler where do? ? ? ?
ExtremeEngine2010-01-25 03:13:43 +0000 #2
pressure relief valve sound.

Turbo-charged engine will have such a sound, just ordinary turbine equipment manufacturers to increase the time, they may be sound as a noise processing, then routed to the exhaust manifold, and this is known as the Internal Leakage. And direct discharge is called leakage type. Leakage-type sound is very big.

The higher the value of the general turbo-charged, the greater the sound, but such voices do not represent the performance of some very strong, but sounds just awful. Many owners of modified cars on the pursuit of this effect.

If possible, we recommend looking for the old F1 race, turbo-charged era of F1 cars have this sound, and very obvious, of course, this engine is naturally a very strong performance.

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