There is no one answer to this question as it is a potentially dangerous and difficult task that requires expertise and experience. However, some possible methods for making an engine blow up include using Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), detonating a grenade in the engine, or using a spark plug that has been cut off and set on fire.
Blowing air out of the engine.
There are many things you can put in a car engine to mess it up. Some common items include oil, air, and fuel.
The most common damage to a car engine is knocking. knocking is caused by the air/fuel mixture detonating prematurely in the engine.
The average engine will last around 10,000 miles with blow-by.
No, you cannot blow your engine by revving.
The most common causes of engine failure are over-temperature, over-discharge, and low fuel pressure.
There are a few ways to tell if you have blown your engine. One way is to look at the oil level in the engine. If it is low, you may need to replace the engine. Another way is to smell the air in the engine. If it smells like fuel or oil, you may have blown your engine.
There are a few ways to tell if you have blown your engine. One way is to look at the oil level in the oil pan. If the level is low, then it means that your engine has been damaged and needs to be fixed. If the level is high, then it means that your engine is running healthy and you can continue using it.
There are many things that could go into a gas tank, but the worst thing that could happen is that it explodes.
If someone puts sugar in your gas tank, you should drive to a nearby refinery and get a new tank.
The WD 40 will cause the gas tank to fill with water and the car will start.
There are a few ways to tell if someone put sugar in your gas tank. One way is to smell the fuel. If the fuel smells like sugar, then the person may have added sugar to the gasoline. Another way to determine if someone put sugar in your gas tank is to look for the brownish-white residue on the fuel line. This residue usually indicates that someone added sugar to the gasoline.
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on the individual and the type of Blow-by. Generally speaking, however, most blow-by levels are below the safe limit established by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
The engine may catch fire, and the car may flip over.
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on the specific circumstances of each situation. In general, however, blow-by can cause smoke if it is a regular part of the engine’s air/fuel mixture.
There is no definitive answer as to whether or not it is OK to rev a car in park. Some people may feel that doing so helps the engine run more efficiently, while others may feel that it creates a bit of a noise. Ultimately, it is up to the individual driver to decide whether or not they want to rev their car in park.