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    Condensation out of the Exhaust

    Is it normal to have a lot of Condensation out of the exhaust even in Warm weather? Is this a Bi Product of the Intercooler maybe?


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    That is normal to see. Unless your temp warning is going off...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by nighttrain View Post
    Is it normal to have a lot of Condensation out of the exhaust even in Warm weather? Is this a Bi Product of the Intercooler maybe?
    I'm confused as to where you would be seeing the condesation?

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    The steam from exhaust i assume is what he is asking about. Not normal if it is engine compartment. I guess i needed to verify...

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    Yes, The steam from the Exhaust and out of the Pump as well, I guess I've noticed more lately cause there hasn't been that much wind?

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    Checked again yesterday when the Atmosphere was dryer, No Steam, I think it has a lot to do on Hummidity which is creating the excess steam via the super charger. Maybe that Humid air Getting Heated up and then cooled again is causing this but it's good to know it's Normal?

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    You'll see it more in cool dry air similar to how you see cars doing it during the first 30 minutes of running in winter months. What you must consider on a ski during anytme of the year is water from the engine that must mix with the exhaust gases { in order to keep the pipes and rubber components from overheating} will produce steam and that is normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamatech View Post
    You'll see it more in cool dry air similar to how you see cars doing it during the first 30 minutes of running in winter months. What you must consider on a ski during anytme of the year is water from the engine that must mix with the exhaust gases { in order to keep the pipes and rubber components from overheating} will produce steam and that is normal.
    Good News, thanks for info.

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