|01-25-2013, 07:25 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Date registered: May 2006
Vehicle: U1450L DOKA
Location: BOZEMAN, MONTANA
Straight from the manifold or the turbo, I think.
No room for a muffler, and if you did run the exhaust far enough to the rear to get it through
A muffler, I don't think you'd bother routing it back up to the cowl.
But, who knows ?
Last edited by TRUKTOR; 01-25-2013 at 08:03 PM.
|01-25-2013, 07:45 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Date registered: Oct 2006
Vehicle: 1957 Unimog 30, 1999 E320, 2004 E320
Location: Moncton, NB, Canada
I would say the engine is running backwards.
The effort to route the exhaust through the air cleaner hole would be monumental, all of the electrical system would have to be remove to another location, something would have to be done with the exhaust manifold to get the discharge in the right spot and never mind the heat coming off the pipes would likely melt the window gasket and dash pad.
I've lugged an OM352 down to the point of having it run backwards a couple times, kind of freaked me out the first time to see a gray cloud coming out of the intake pre-filter.
You don't want the engine to do this for long, the oil pump isn't likely moving any oil either and you're bearing are going to get a little dry after a while.
1957 Unimog 30
1961 LAK710 Kurzhauber
|01-25-2013, 08:27 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Date registered: Aug 2009
Vehicle: I have a few early 406 models a couple 411's and a Kramer Allrad
Location: Palmer alaska
That's crazy, there's more odd to this than the exhaust stack. There would be a lot of heat in a small confined area before it exits the cowl. I too have had diesels run backwards and the instant thought is how the hell do I shut it down. Well I see it now and it seems pretty odd.
Last edited by ALASKAT; 01-25-2013 at 08:50 PM.
|01-25-2013, 10:38 PM||#8 (permalink)|
Date registered: Oct 2008
Vehicle: '84 1300L,Holset Turbo, HP15 Winches, Konis, XZLs, Hydraulics, All the Gears, G04, Alaskan Camper
You can't fix stupid.
I have found it advisable not to give too much heed to what people say when I am trying to accomplish something of consequence. Invariably they proclaim it can't be done. I deem that the very best time to make the effort.
|01-26-2013, 09:46 AM||#10 (permalink)|
Date registered: May 2011
Vehicle: UGN 405.230 and a whole lot more
If that indeed is the exhaust stack, whether or not it is right or wrong, ugly or otherwise, my thought would be to put a turn out on the top to keep any water from entering the stack, from rain or anything.
Water in straight vertical stacks sometimes look cool, but they puke crap out when started, and in the system can hurry up corrosion.
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