Posted on 02.25.2008 18:12 by Javier Filed under: funny Mazda RX7
This driver went too far with the Nitro, look what he end up doing to the back of his Mazda RX7!!!
Some people shouldn’t be allowed to own a car, dont you think?!
thank to Jo0 for the tip, here is the youtube:
he abused his nitro that’s why the rear car burned.
Maybe he rev it while on the still motion, because that wont happen when you are running the car. and on the movie good thing that the rear bumper didn’t burn and melt.
Damn!! That would get the driver really angry
Backfire = come out of intake
Forefire = comes from exhaust
Flames shoot out of exaust when there is unburnt fuel left in the exhaust gasses of a car, this happens when you rev high, and suddenly let off the gas pedal. With turbos, your fuel pumps and injectors push alot more fuel into your cylynders when you hit the gas, so when the turbo spools, you have enough fuel to keep your car going, and then, when you let off the gas, the fuel pump has a short delay till it stops pumping at high volumes, that car probably has no NOS, please learn how things work before your make stupid titles
flame kits for the loss...
this is ing dangerous
Old trick, feed a little fuel into our exhaust.
Bad idea when your not moving tough. (not a great Idea even if you are)
you guys are idiots. nitrous doesn’t shoot flames out of exaust... you guys watch too much FAST AND FURIOUS YO!!! Get off your NeedforSpeed and go get a real car.
His bumper caught on fire from running a little rich. whoop whoop
It’s kinda like sharting your pants. It has to come out not matter what but every now and then it results in a mishap.
it was a perfectly good mazda. and where do you get nos like that. there was problably a dead cat or sumpin that burned in da muffler.
Does anyone here have a clue what they are talking about?
Nitrous doesn’t "burn" at all. Go figure out what it is that nitrous actually does before talking about it.
It doesn’t have to be a single turbo, it does the same things with the stock twins. I was running rich for awhile, and the clearcoat on my back bumper near the exhaust is destroyed from the (undesireable) flames my car would spout. All the ricers (and women ) loved it, but all it did for me was draw a ton of unwanted attention.
If you’re uneducated in vehicles, I could see how you would say "Mazda driver went too far with the nitro". But you’re wrong, sorry man. Do some research next time.
A stock rx7 with no catalitic converts will shoot flames out of the exhaust. Not a photoshop, no nitro, no nitrous just a single turbo rotary with a straight through exhaust and a bad tune. Proof: Keyword: Rx7 Flames.
Will you jackoffs stop with this "tards ? is that the mentality that you posers have?
where is oliver? i dont heer from him again
"haha you boys are tossers"
you all are idiots, rx7s rarely ever have nitrous hooked and most definitely not ’nitro’ because the is short for nitroglycerin and im not even going to go there. secondly even if it did have nitrous it would create flames out the exhaust so dont credit fast and the furious for any car knowledge you claim to have. thirdly rx7’s create backfired naturally and no one in the right mind would but a flame kit for one, its not what the rx7 crowd is about... he probably has a high powered single turbo and a custom tune that was a bit rich(that means too much fuel) and it probably didnt burn completely in the engine (another rotary trait) and then caught the bumper on fire. and as far as a rx7 not being able to catch american muscle? you must not know that the rx7 is one of the fastes production cars an average person can afford. and it can turn to boot!
danny, that’s not a photoshop... I doubt somebody would take that much time to create the melting effect yet completely forget to do-so to the tail light... i’m gonna have to agree with ’you idiots...’ post...
that’s a trick flame gone wrong, and dude probably just changed the right rear tail-light in order to avoid getting pulled over/a ticket
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