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Old 28th August 2007, 01:17   #31
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What is that pipe going into the rear windscreen?
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Old 28th August 2007, 01:27   #32
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What is that pipe going into the rear windscreen?
Considering the location of the Fuel Filler Cap, I would say it's the fuel line but I could be completely wrong about it.
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Considering the location of the Fuel Filler Cap, I would say it's the fuel line but I could be completely wrong about it.
i doubt it is a fuel line as it comes from the right side around the windscreen and into the cockpit. it would take hell lot of preasure to suck in the fuel. man this pipe has got me thinking. maybe it is an air pipe dont know sucks out fumes from the cockpit area some touring cars used to have it with a small exhaust fan in the dicky area open to the ground. this is when the air scoops on the roof were not thought of. this logic comes from a model i had of the bmw 3.0 cls where you can open the bonnet, doors and dicky made to replicate the original car and some pictures i had seen of touring cars.
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i doubt it is a fuel line as it comes from the right side around the windscreen and into the cockpit. it would take hell lot of preasure to suck in the fuel. man this pipe has got me thinking. maybe it is an air pipe dont know sucks out fumes from the cockpit area some touring cars used to have it with a small exhaust fan in the dicky area open to the ground. this is when the air scoops on the roof were not thought of. this logic comes from a model i had of the bmw 3.0 cls where you can open the bonnet, doors and dicky made to replicate the original car and some pictures i had seen of touring cars.
wouldn't an airpipe be fatter in Dia? It looks like something else.
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Old 30th August 2007, 03:15   #35
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wouldn't an airpipe be fatter in Dia? It looks like something else.
on closer inspection you would notice that the pipe comes from inside and stops short of the dicky. it is not going into it or even touching the body. the fuel filler comes to its left.
this pipe is getting trickier then we thought.
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Jay Leno procured a Honda s 600 and thinks its one of his top five favourites.
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I've heard that the early cars are good fun to drive because of their IRS and chain drive. Later cars had a conventional live axle.
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the beat is a fun car to drive.
Max. output: 63.8 PS (63 bhp) (46.9 kW) @ 8100 rpm
Max. torque: 60 Nm (44.2 lbft) (6.1 kgm) @ 7000 rpm
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0-100km/h: 13.4 s
Quarter mile: 18.7 s
Top speed: 134km/h
And being a mid engined rear wheel drive car its even more fun! Well if you GTO money then S2000 it is!

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