we all know it isn't, and he knows it too...Walkertexas69 said:still... how the hell would a sock seem like a good idea?
actually...i didnt laugh at all...metros said:After a good five minutes of laughing (come on guys I'm sure you had a chuckle too) I kinda felt bad for him. Some of the responses weren't very intelligent either though. Saying it couldn't happen because that's not where the camshaft is?:freak:
Same here!mx6dave said:actually...i expected to see a video with some editing of an M3 actually eating a sock...
Yeah, some motors will barely start/run with the cap off. Others appear not to care. I suppose it has to do with the design of the vacuum system more than anything.I like the dumbasses that say he should've left the sock off and just drove home with an open hole. I've seen engines blow up due to that. And they call the thread starter a moron
sounds like he knew what the forum was like though. he should have just taken the car to a garage, and skipped asking all the losers that flamed him on that forum.if all you are going to do is flame me, just leave the thread and thats that
Loser no. 1 said:Just pour some sulphuric acid into the oil fill cap and run it as is. It will dissolve the sock and condition your seals.
Loser no. 2 said:I'd mix it 3 to 1 with bleach, and then about 2 cups of sand.
Loser no. 1 said:Good call. The bleach will clean out any left over residue and silica sand will disolve with the acid to help replenish silicon into the seals.
It definitely is.626mazdaracer said:lol yah thats definately true with me too, must be an eastcoast/newenglander thing