exhaust pipe

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  • Up through the latter comes the exhaust-pipe of the main engine. Cited from The South Pole, Vols 1 and 2, Roald Amundsen
  • I made them out of the exhaust pipe of a steam engine that I had bought. Cited from My Life and Work, by Henry Ford
  • An exhaust pipe led back over the cabin and the upper wing.
  • The car is the only one with all four exhaust pipes placed in a row instead of a square.
  • They were the first company to use expansion chambers in their exhaust pipes.
  • Long exhaust pipes ran on either side, back beyond the trailing edge.
  • He had developed the two-stroke exhaust pipe, known as expansion chamber.
  • Designs using two exhaust pipes are easier to fill, and have been much more common over the years.
  • Contrary to popular belief, the largest diameter exhaust pipe is not always better.
  • The engine was erected in a separate shack with its exhaust pipe put just below the ground.
  • Many pop pop boats produced in the 1920s had a single exhaust pipe.
  • Hot food was prepared using a plate welded to an engine exhaust pipe.
  • The unusual engine location required that exhaust pipes pass through the cabin wall between the rows of seats.
  • This additional fuel can result in flames extending from the engine's exhaust pipe.
  • The exhaust pipes are visible just behind the front wheels of the vehicle.
  • The exhaust pipe was placed at the back and the ventilator moved from the right to the left side.
  • He removed any excess weight by shortening the exhaust pipes by several feet.
  • Exhaust pipes on two different models of car should be similarly priced, for example.
  • The SE model can be identified by a single exhaust pipe and different rear bumper cover.
  • He immediately can see a hose attached to the exhaust pipe.
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