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BangShift Question of the Day: What's the Best Sounding Internal Combustion Engine?

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  • #16
    Re: BangShift Question of the Day: What's the Best Sounding Internal Combustion Engine?

    CanAm at full throttle! ;D

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    • #17
      Re: BangShift Question of the Day: What's the Best Sounding Internal Combustion Engine?

      high compression nascar 357 all 43 going into turn one at once..
      a sound you can't hear today..
      makes the Indy cars sound tame,,
      like a fart can ricer to a big block not even in the same league

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      • #18
        Re: BangShift Question of the Day: What's the Best Sounding Internal Combustion Engine?

        When I was stationed on a warship, the LM2500's spinning up to full power. It usually meant we were breaking off from whatever assignment we'd been on and were heading home.

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        • #19
          Re: BangShift Question of the Day: What's the Best Sounding Internal Combustion Engine?

          Originally posted by mike343sharpstick
          CanAm at full throttle! ;D
          I hear ya ;).

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xLGM...eature=related

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          • #20
            Re: BangShift Question of the Day: What's the Best Sounding Internal Combustion Engine?

            either a gen I HEMI at idle through glass packs or a 68 SS HEMI on a pass

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            • #21
              Re: BangShift Question of the Day: What's the Best Sounding Internal Combustion Engine?

              Rolls Royce Merlins cranking up on cold English morning (Spitfire or Hurricane...or P-51 ;D )

              A 3350 or 4360 radial starting up or at full song around the pylons at Reno

              '68 Mopar 340 through original (slightly blown out) mufflers. The cam grind on a '68 4spd Dart or Barracuda was unique. Or maybe it was just my Dads car that crackled, popped and rumbled like that....

              The only cool sounding jet I've ever heard was an F-14D doing a dog and pony show....inverted at the top of a loop and the low moan those engines made......sent shivers up my spine.

              Just about any engine can sound really good with the right exhaust and tune....and RPM.

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