Ever seen a motorcycle go under water?

At least he wears a helmet.

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+30 1. Btt-X commented 11 years ago

Smart guy!!....HONDAAA
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+10 2. BarraMacAnna commented 11 years ago

He's driving in the water too much..He'll end up a bit rusty on the roads
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+6 3. cretia commented 11 years ago

Thailand gotta love wet season. question people i know he has the pipe attached to his exhaust but what stops the water getting into the carburetor ?
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+7 4. Usdevildoggmc commented 11 years ago

Pretty cool... custom home made snorkel for the bikes.. everyone in your seats now, class has begun.

In order for any type of combustion engine to run, it must have a source of air and it must be able to release exhaust gasses.
The air intake is usually the problem. As soon as you submerge the air intake, the engine can no longer get air and it will stop running immediately... the way to fix the air intake issue is by adding a snorkel to the exhaust... kind of like when you see military Humvees go across rivers being almost submerged in water.

So now you know what that long host at the end of the video is all about :(|)
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+17 5. zoidberg-returns commented 11 years ago

#3 You can se the snorkel for the intake right behind the "windscreen"
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-6 6. Calvinius commented 11 years ago

looks great but sounds terrible xD just like 50 ccm scooter, only worse :D
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+5 7. kaleemyork commented 11 years ago

HONDA is always HONDA
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+2 8. Burimi commented 11 years ago

This is Underwater Motorcycle
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UisPT1WIY8E
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-3 9. stretchpadawan commented 11 years ago

There just really small jetskis
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-5 10. Chogath commented 11 years ago

this language is so LOL :D its like trying to talk while youre having roasted chick peas in your mouth hahahahaha >:) >:) >:)
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+1 11. irishgek commented 11 years ago

#4 What I would love to know is is there air in the tires ?? As i would expect if they were fully submerged that they would be pushing the bike out the water and cause it to float up a little .

Great idea but still cant be good for the bike the electrics are not designed that and its not going to last long.

Btw #6 I hate to tell you it but the reason it sound like a scooter is that its a 2stroke honda nsr.
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+5 12. Neutral commented 11 years ago

#3 the intake is pipe out from the intake 2:42 to the top 2:52
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+1 13. kaloudji commented 11 years ago

Amazing Thailand :)
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+1 14. 4megetbanjo commented 11 years ago

Now that's what a water cooled motorbike looks like
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+1 15. dbomber69 commented 11 years ago

#4 if the engine were to suck up water it would hydro lock and probably crack the block since water cant be compressed. #11 its obvious you dont know much about air and water. The amount of air in the tires wouldn't lift the bike a micron even if there was no one sitting on it. The amount of air in the tires probably only lowered the weight of the bike in the water by a couple of ounces, if that.
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+1 16. fixento2 commented 11 years ago

Note the hose to the exhaust to keep the back pressure down to prevent the bike for stalling and water back filling the cylinder. He also must have sealed the electroinics.
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0 17. redbullhorn commented 11 years ago

#4 you too know nuts about air intake as YOU wrote "the way to fix the air intake issue is by adding a snorkel to the exhaust..."=_='''''''''''''

the air intake hose is lined all the way up to the visor screen.

By the way, engine do not take air ! air is needed for fuel to combust to produce torque, carburetor control the fuel supply, air intake control air supply to air valves, the spark plug ignite the air and fuel mix.
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+1 18. gcleffff commented 11 years ago

its a motorcycle... whats more? it can go under water... hahaha
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+1 19. c0mmanderKeen commented 11 years ago

#11 Remember Archimedes?

Objects have as much upforce in water equal to the weight of the volume of water they displace.

Bikes are heavy, much heavier than an amount of water equal to their volume. Hence a bit of air will not make a difference.