• Best engine sounds you can think of
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[QUOTE=Second-gear-of-mgear;28971884]You have exhaust pipes on a house, why not an electric car? Maybe some people like how they look for some reason and want one while not being economical.[/QUOTE] ahahahah what in the actual fuck are you blabbering about? houses with exhaust pipes, riced out prii, engines with flowmasters are stock?
He's talking about the venting systems on houses with attics. I was just trying to make him understand. He doesn't get the concept of exhaust, I don't think.
yeah but still, what the fuck is he talking about
An M3 with no muffler is pretty nice [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtGZOgLsNds[/media]
snip, double post.
[QUOTE=lemon_lover;28972503]yeah but still, what the fuck is he talking about[/QUOTE] I..... Don't know. That's what I was trying to figure out. Sigh. Some people...
i aint got a youtube but when i was like 7 i was 4wheeling with my dad and his muffler fell off his F-250 then he ran it over and said "hey look some guy lost his muffler, ha ha" then he accelerated and went "Aw sheit" :v: to clarify, i posted this because his truck then sounded boss for like 1 year until he fixed it
[QUOTE=c0nk3r;28976521]i aint got a youtube but when i was like 7 i was 4wheeling with my dad and his muffler fell off his F-250 then he ran it over and said "hey look some guy lost his muffler, ha ha" then he accelerated and went "Aw sheit" :v:[/QUOTE] and then mah paw shawt mah dawg
[QUOTE=Second-gear-of-mgear;28939176]This sounds really good for a stock engine on an SUV [URL="http://www.facepunch.com/"]View YouTUBE video[/URL] [URL]http://youtube.com/watch?v=LAbJQhs4PiA[/URL] [/QUOTE] You should hear the diesel ones :) [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sS5TjQCSLE[/media]
[QUOTE=Lertez;28977740]You should hear the diesel ones :) [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sS5TjQCSLE[/media][/QUOTE] stock engine bro lmao
[QUOTE=bradley;28971946]Yes but your house's "exhaust pipes" are relieving heat from the roof/attic area of the house, so that it doesn't gain too much pressure and damage the structure. An electric engine doesn't have exhaust. Period. Some have vents so that the engine can cool, but that's different, and you can't put pipes on that. I don't really know if you understand how exhaust works...[/QUOTE] No, people are saying that the exhaust makes all the noise. There would be no noise if there was no engine. Houses don't have engines, but they still have a form of exhaust, and no noise comes from it. An engine will run without exhaust pipes, but it may damage something within the bay itself from the hot gasses.
how the fuck does that have anything to do with your original, wrong, statement? let me put it this way, if the engine is what made a certain sound, it wouldn't matter if the exhaust was iron or titanium, 1/2" or 5", there or not. engines make noise, but they are not solely responsible for the sound.
[QUOTE=lemon_lover;28978477]how the fuck does that have anything to do with your original, wrong, statement? let me put it this way, if the engine is what made a certain sound, it wouldn't matter if the exhaust was iron or titanium, 1/2" or 5", there or not. engines make noise, but they are not solely responsible for the sound.[/QUOTE] What I'm saying is that all the exhaust pipes do, besides moving it away from the plastics and stuff and muffle it, they can only change the pitch. [QUOTE=lemon_lover;28961202]But the engine itself makes like no difference in sound. [editline]2nd April 2011[/editline] and the exhaust is part of the engine[/QUOTE] The engine itself makes all the difference. You can't get a Civic to sound like an RS6 with an exhaust mod. An exhaust itself makes no noise. It's gas.
[QUOTE=Second-gear-of-mgear;28979407] The engine itself makes all the difference. You can't get a Civic to sound like an RS6 with an exhaust mod. An exhaust itself makes no noise. It's gas.[/QUOTE] No, maybe not, but you can get it to sound like a WRX. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epHaCLBhhPA&feature=related[/media]
VROOM VROOM
[QUOTE=Second-gear-of-mgear;28979407]What I'm saying is that all the exhaust pipes do, besides moving it away from the plastics and stuff and muffle it, they can only change the pitch. [/QUOTE] Don't google the term backpressure, because you may find things like Helmholtz resonance, and the Kadenacy effect which would hurt your brain. Cause there's no difference between car exhausts and house exhausts right?
Lemon, he's a lost cause. :|
Eh no matter what you do, a Civic will always sound like a Civic and a WRX will always sound like a WRX. That vid, it sounded good until he went WOT, then it went back to sounding like a Civic. And generally in my way of thinking, the amount of liters a car has is the biggest factor of how it will sound. That's why 2.0L turbo DSM's and 2.0L turbo MR2's sound almost exactly the same even though MR2's are mid-engine with funky exhaust setups.
[QUOTE=lemon_lover;28978024]stock engine bro lmao[/QUOTE] What do you mean stock engine? It's a Cummins, Excursions are Ford.
[QUOTE=lemon_lover;28979725]Don't google the term backpressure, because you may find things like Helmholtz resonance, and the Kadenacy effect which would hurt your brain. Cause there's no difference between car exhausts and house exhausts right?[/QUOTE] I'm not saying there is no difference. You are are basically saying that the exhaust pipes on a car makes all the difference in noise. Unscrew them and place them on the ground, turn on the car. No noise coming from those pipes.
[QUOTE=Lertez;28983538]What do you mean stock engine? It's a Cummins, Excursions are Ford.[/QUOTE] im making fun of this guy who i cant tell if he's stupid or trolling [editline]4th April 2011[/editline] and yes, i know
[QUOTE=lemon_lover;28989763]im making fun of this guy who i cant tell if he's stupid or trolling [editline]4th April 2011[/editline] and yes, i know[/QUOTE] Big words for a troll. [editline]5th April 2011[/editline] Also, is Facepunch being pretty slow for anyone else? [editline]5th April 2011[/editline] Also, is Facepunch being pretty slow for anyone else? [editline]5th April 2011[/editline] Also, is Facepunch being pretty slow for anyone else? [editline]5th April 2011[/editline] Also, is Facepunch being pretty slow for anyone else? [editline]5th April 2011[/editline] What
Facepunch is always slow for me. Anyway, the best engine sound that comes to mind is a small block Ford with a solid lifter cam and straight pipe exhaust, like a Shelby Mustang or an original GT40.
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPkF0WW08aQ&feature=related[/media]
This is the meanest skyline I've ever heard! [url]http://bilgalleri.dk/vid_vis.aspx?VideoID=42436[/url] sorry couldn't find the video on youtube, not sure it's even on there :/ but enjoy
obligatory group b rally post [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozntieZs8Bg[/media] also this, Judd V8 [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rU9mQ7z5JVQ[/media]
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9FpUeoiJXg[/media] every single one in here
[QUOTE=mfb412;30574123][media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9FpUeoiJXg[/media] every single one in here[/QUOTE] :h: Rally cars
Saabkyle04's Old Genesis Coupe. That is probably the best sounding V6 I've heard. It's not the *best* engine sound I've ever heard, but it's certainly nice. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pylARaGbmjA[/media]
Inline-5 cylinders are nice - they sound like mini V10s. Easiest the best sounding economy car [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfRFO4vV06k&feature=related[/media]
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