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Author Topic: 1949 Ford F-3 "old red truck"  (Read 520 times)

Offline irk miller

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Re: 1949 Ford F-3 "old red truck"
« Reply #20 on: Today at 15:20:29 »
I always wonder what kind of e.g.t.'s some of those are putting out. That bright orange (if the tube is stainless" looks to me to be around the 1600-1700 deg F range, which makes me think the e.g.t. is higher yet. That's amazing
Typically, 1600 - 1700F is a dull orange.  The brightest part of that pipe looks to be more than 2000F.  Heat starts to turn white above 2300F.

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Re: 1949 Ford F-3 "old red truck"
« Reply #21 on: Today at 15:22:40 »
Typically, 1600 - 1700F is a dull orange.  The brightest part of that pipe looks to be more than 2000F.  Heat starts to turn white above 2300F.

true, and it is looking pretty white at the collector too. How those things don't melt down instantly amazes me.
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