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#20026 - Cars now a days are under pressure pretty sure since at …  [+] (1 reply) 10/29/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#20027 - LSone (10/29/2015) [-]
Link didnt work see below

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#19984 - *212F 10/27/2015 on /cars/ 0
#19982 - As a chemical engineer most of what firehippe and benderisgrea…  [+] (5 replies) 10/27/2015 on /cars/ +1
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#20000 - firehippie (10/28/2015) [-]
The thing is most people are not going to put pure water in there because they are simply not going to think of it or have pure water just sitting around. and as for the higher presser radiator cap most people are not going to think of that either so once the presser gets up high enough since water has a lower boiling point it will push out the relief hole and go the ground or to a reservoir. But once you start loosing liquid in the cooling system what do you think is going to happen? overheating. trust me it has happened. that's why I posted my comment. So I still wouldn't advise using only water in a normal vehicle.
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#20026 - LSone (10/29/2015) [-]
Cars now a days are under pressure pretty sure since at least all cars since 90 and manufactures already incorporate pressure caps (see link). even at 9psig its around 238F

I have ran on pure water in my Camaro before and never had an issue. Now an older car i would understand where it could be an issue with out a pressure cap. If you have too tap water is fine and to be honest its going to take a decent while to corrode.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiator_ (enginecooling)#Coolantpressure
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#20027 - LSone (10/29/2015) [-]
Link didnt work see below

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#19984 - LSone (10/27/2015) [-]
*212F
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#19983 - LSone (10/27/2015) [-]
should have proof read that but thoughts were jumping

*Well that would be a problem but your coolant system isnt at ambient.

*so your car should not overheat under pressure
#19911 - I have no clue what story he got but the basics is that VW ins…  [+] (2 replies) 10/24/2015 on /cars/ +2
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#19922 - chikibriki (10/24/2015) [-]
"the black stuff is unburnt fuel"

since when is diesel black? last i saw it was usually pink
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#19946 - LSone (10/26/2015) [-]
It might be but part of the fuel is still being burned and the smoke is actually soot which is unburned carbon compounds
#19910 - *accidentally 10/24/2015 on /cars/ 0
#19909 - But officer I "accidently" left the parking brake on…  [+] (1 reply) 10/24/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#19910 - LSone (10/24/2015) [-]
*accidentally