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How is this even possible?
High air intake.
Vaseline on electrics.
@Argh wow you're so smart
@Argh Ahhh vaseline on electrics - was wondering how they did that. Mystery solved. Thanks!
its possible because this man is no idiot. That is how it is possible
A lot of air intakes are just under the seat and are above the water level. It not such a big deal if the exhaust is underwater because the exhaust pressure is greater than the water pressure. If you shut the engine off underwater or it stalls, they could have some problems. Watch what happens when they try to kick start it with a cylinder full of water.
I sure wouldn't be doing this because eventually the electrical system will fail. They are designed to be water resistant from road spray a More..nd such, not to be driven under water. Although distilled water doesn't conduct electricity, contaminated water does (contains dissolved ions) and will short things out. Less..
yes it can run underwater but it'll fuck the chain up, the bearings, the electrics etc.. plus all the waterborne diseases in thailand and the shit floating around in that water
@Fuckthesystem hahah indeed!
@Gruxxan Are you a bubble boy?
Guarantee that the electrics will be fucked within the year... But it does look like one of those asian countries where he'll be ploughed over at a junction within the week!
Gotte WD40, will travel.
@vx1 Because water displacement Formulas #1 thru 39 didn't work.
pretty clever, i was pondering on it, coz it defies all rules of combustion, ant then at the end , i was like aha
Definitely Liquid Cooled
I see why. It's H2onda :o)
@TheHandyman_Qld Exactly :)
A Honda Owner :)
what cant Honda do ?
did it drowned?
@CrzyCanuk yes it is sad, but it makes me very happy.
@rabbitss It makes you happy that, after all this time, people cant come up with something original on their own?
Apparently youre easy to please
@CrzyCanuk yes, thank you, you are entirely right. I am very flattered.
Tube going from the surface to the intake, as you can see when he passes at 1;40, same goes for the exhaust.
Don't think your bike will like you for doing so though.
@driz Nobody in my whole lame state knows who Daft Punk is, and that's sad.
How is it possible?
With a snorkel apparatus for the air intake and exhaust.
I suppose it's water-cooled? :)
I was waiting for him to go arse over tit. He nearly did.
as long as he doesnt let go off the throttle hell make it
he has an exhaust hose to prevent backpressure from stalling the engine, and then 2 snorkel (intake hoses) coming up along the inside of the fairing leading down to the airbox/carb intakes. A good coating of some hydrophobic spray (google "Strike Hold") works wonders on the electrical system.
Only in Thailand!
As long as he stays on the gas he'll be ok.
He has a tube exiting the exhaust pipe, to keep water from flooding back into the exhaust manifold chamber.
That bike engine should drown. A snorkel maybe?
Yep. A snorkel.
@NotJim i bout shit myself when i saw that lol no doubt, this guy rigged a snorkel to the intake.. and the exhaust. i'm impressed.
ha,, a snorkel. thats funny but thats what it is!
Smart guy. Shame he lives in a flooded shit hole that's probably 80% sewage.
This is called a water cooled motor.
I'll tell you how it's possible.
2:29 -- you can see a tube hooked in the exhaust pipe. This is called a snorkel (makeshift)
It makes it so the water is unable to go back into the exhaust pipe and allows for vehicles to easily operate in water that is deeper than the vehicle. They are used on ATV and off-road vehicles all the time.
Simple as that.
@Kregman Usually the snorkel is on the air intake. You see them a lot on extreme 4x4's, sticking up above the cab. Exhaust is fine so long as the engine keeps running.
@ElCapitan Even with the engine running, water can back up into the exhaust pipe. However, if the throttle is pressed, you shouldn't have a problem.
On ATV's, the snorkel is usually on the exhaust because four wheelers and such usually have protection for air intake straight from the factory.
On trucks (4x4's) it is usually on the air intake.
Anybody catch the VIN number on that thing? Just want to make sure I never buy it on Craigslist...
Whatever you do, just dont stop.
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