from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A bell-shaped extension at the end of a pipe
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To provide with a bell-shaped mouthpiece; shape like the mouth of a bell.
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The overflow water from the resovouir flows through the 'bellmouth' shafts into the river derwent and from there on to the river trent. bellmouth spillway shafts on ladybower dam.
The overflow water from the resovouir flows through the 'bellmouth' shafts into the river derwent and from there on to the river trent.
Cobb 3 'bellmouth down-pipe with highflow cat exhaust hangers
Collapse bellmouth spillway shafts on ladybower dam.
The design is such that the wastegate sits underneath the turbo/dp bellmouth such that it is concealed.
My plan is to purchase the Turbo XS stealth back exhaust with 4 "bellmouth, 3" race pipe, 3 "mid-pipe to the stock STI axle back 2.5".
TurboXS highflow cat pipe -- (never been used) -- 100 used scoobysport downpipe (bellmouth 3 "to 2.5" oldschool) -- 50 used IHI VF35 (around 10k miles) ported and coated by deadbolt-with STI Pinks -- 700
Okay so heres the deal, yes I've read FAQ in newbie section and I now apperently the divorced downpipe are supposed to be for stock turbos so no turbulence interrups with turboflow? something something, anyways, I rather just get a bellmouth, whats so bad about them if you're running stock turbo (small turbo)?