BEST of Start Up sounds!! More than 70 Exhaust Sounds!
To celebrate my 600th video, I have made this compilation: probably all the
start up sounds from supercars I've recorded in the past years. It's the
largest start-up sound compilation on YouTube right now! I have put them
together in one video with more than 70 start up sounds!
What's you favorite start up sound? Let me know by leaving a comment
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Eps 11 Drift Missile Build Pt 6 | Apexi AFC Neo Install | 1jz mkiii Supra
In this Drift Missile series, Freddy shows you on his 1jzgte MKIII Supra
how to install an Apexi AFC NEO, a piggy back programmer which will be able
to tune the factory ECU and allow for an increase in Boost and POWAAAA. This episode is strictly on
how to install the NEO, Drift Missile pt 7 will be how to tune with it.
N1 Style Exhaust
91 civic sedan, stock cat/resonator but with 2.25 pipings to an N1 style
canister. 4 inch outlet, 2.5 inlet
ITR Apexi N1
Integra Type R avec décata invidia et catback Apexi N1
(2007 STI) Apexi (Multi-Function) Turbo Timer Review
A turbo timer is a device designed to
keep an automotive engine running for a pre-specified period of time in
order to automatically execute the cool-down period required to prevent
premature turbo wear and failure. After
a period of driving when a turbocharger
has been working hard, it is important to let the engine run at idle speed
for a period of time, allowing the compressor assembly to cool from the
lower gas temperatures in both the Exhaust and intake tracts. At the same time the
lubricating oil from the engine is able to circulate properly so the
turbine won't burn the lubricating oil that would otherwise be trapped
within the charger with the turbine rotating at high speed. With regard to
modern automotive turbochargers, the
need for a turbo timer can be eliminated
by simply ensuring the car does not produce any 'Boost' (during driving) for several minutes
prior to the ignition being shut off. Most turbo timers are based on digital electronics.
turbo timers can usually be disabled by
an external switch, this is normally done using the handbrake switch, or
using an automatic one.