Environment strikes back vol. 1
@hard mickeys fingers, that isn't actually that bad for the environment lol. All the soot travels back to the ground and disperses
@FunnyPics HOONIGAN, well here it is, dumbest fking thing I've heard all day, and it just started....
@hard mickeys fingers, yes i agree. He deserved it
@Liquid Stuff, go read about it before you be a dick.
@Liquid Stuff, heavy soot, aka burnt ash, is actually good for the soil. Y'know how a few years after forest fires forests are great again? Yeah. Ash. Granted, the gasses produced by a 14 liter diesel aren't that great, but the soot that travels to the soil is actually good.
@Psykotik, ash caused by forest fires comes from burning trees and organic materials, not the chemicals being burned by an engine. These gas-guzzling cars are anything but environmentally friendly.
@Liquid Stuff, not environmentally friendly, but not anywhere near as bad as that black plume makes it seem. And by the way it's all the same carbon
@Liquid Stuff, lol even older diesels are better than regular gasoline engines on the environment. But hey man drop a deuce on that guy for no reason.
We get it... you vape
@A man named Penny, not anymore they don't
Instead of rolling coal, why don't you just get a sticker that says I have a small dick. Think about the environment man.
@Jake The Legend, please read my above comment
@FunnyPics HOONIGAN, it's still wasting diesel that could be used for other things and carbon emissions are quite toxic, I'm just against it not my thing at all but hoon on brother
@Jake The Legend, Im not the biggest fan of trucks but i think it looks really cool coming from a small turbo diesel car like a golf
@FunnyPics HOONIGAN, to be honest when I see it coming from older Volvos it does bring a smile to my face, I think it's the truck culture in general I'm not a fan of
@Jake The Legend, i totally agree
@FunnyPics HOONIGAN, please learn what carbon dioxide is.
@Dr Kriegerstein, please learn how diesels really work.
@FunnyPics HOONIGAN, I do know how diesel works. It still combusts.
@Dr Kriegerstein, far better for environment than gasoline. So good in fact that you can actually run new ones in doors woth practally no ventilation... Your move.
@FunnyPics HOONIGAN, you look at that truck and tell me that looks like the efficient type. Burning up that much still can't be good.
@Dr Kriegerstein, well in this case its just running really rich but that black smoke is healthy for a diesel
@FunnyPics HOONIGAN, I think the engine would beg to differ
@Dr Kriegerstein, well youre wrong so
@FunnyPics HOONIGAN, yup, I sure am wrong that diesel combusts to make CO2 which happens to be just super for the environment. Especially on that scale there
@Dr Kriegerstein, k
@Dr Kriegerstein, the engine did that because of the amount of torque it was trying to put out. The engine mounts broke.
@Dr Kriegerstein, Malmo diesel produces 28 times less carbon monoxide than gasoline when talking about pollution vs distance traveled. This guy is rolling coal for show but on average diesel better than gasoline. If anything he was producing nox, but seeing as you obviously know nothing about diesel and just want to argue with that guy I'll just write you off as a loon.
@FunnyPics HOONIGAN, eww gawd no. Diesel soot from a friggin swagin' wagon? I didn't think the VW Golf TDI could be any less attractive.
@Caine, THANK YOU SO MUCH
@mas2de, 😑😑😑 happy thoughts
Oh, looks like they elected a new pope.
Just gonna stand there and watch me burn
Engine: "fvck this im out...literally"
Lmao. Screw tossing a rod, toss the whole engine. Navy diesel mechanic here. For those of you wondering, black smoke is a result of improperly burned fuel. Usually a result of too little air (bad turbo, clogged valves, etc) but in this case, running too rich (too much fuel). When you see cunts driving down the street putting out smoke like this, it's usually because they have a switch to dump extra (too much) fuel into the engine. Some older engines may put out some black smoke, but any properly maintained and tuned engine won't. I've worked on 7000+ hp diesel engines and they have clear exhaust unless you slam it from idle to full throttle quickly and even then it's just a little bit of dark gray for a few seconds
*cloud briefly takes shape of Texas*
USA. USA. USA. USA. USA. USA. USA.
Bowling Green, Ohio, but with a Canadian Flag. I'm confused.
When your engine is too fast for your vehicle.
Excuse me ☝️ sir! You've dropped your motor their on the ground!
Hey, it's Hexis from that one movie with the fairies.
Thers ya problem
I love tractor pulls
How is that dude walking casually?! He's not even looking at it!
Saw the Canadian flag...immediately chickened out!
At first I thought it was a commercial for the a new vw truck
That Indian cried until he laughed.