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    So, how does this coal rolling work?

    Just got nailed for the first time, which is kind of amazing after all my miles, but, I do live in a civilized place, after all. So, got me to thinking. How does the driver blow this smoke? A switch or something? A valve?

    Tech talk, maybe?

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    Assuming we're talking bout vehicles, you need a tune/tuner at the least.

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    It's pretty easy to spool a turbo then slam down a gear on a fuelie.

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    Bypass emissions, tune to run rich.

    First time? Seems like TGR posters have been rolling e-coal on you for awhile.

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    You should see the black penumbra covering the snow for about 50 feet every time I just start my truck in the winter.

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    Not you, Benny.

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    Lets start a GoFundMe for CT coal rollers to follow bunny around every time he rides.

    The coal rollers have a tuner that feeds more diesel into the engine than can be used during the combustion process. The excess comes out as soot particles. Some older worn out rigs or Detroits also smoke.

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    I been thinking of putting a sticker on my tdi that says "Rollin coal"

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    Yup. Big diesel + superchips "off road" tune + skinny pedal = rolling coal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    I been thinking of putting a sticker on my tdi that says "Rollin coal"
    hahahaha i love that idea.

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    So, I'm still not clear on this. Is there a switch, or is it rolling all the time?

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    What is this 2008?
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    What is this 2008?
    We can wish. Those were the good ole days when people were only losing their homes, not their minds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    We can wish. Those were the good ole days when people were only losing their homes, not their minds.
    A day doesn’t go by where I’m not clearly convinced that the 90s was the last great decade.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    So, how does this coal rolling work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    So, I'm still not clear on this. Is there a switch, or is it rolling all the time?


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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    A day doesn’t go by where I’m not clearly convinced that the 90s was the last great decade.
    Well, there wasn't any coal rolling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Well, there wasn't any coal rolling.
    True. But my Motorola Startac didn’t have access to the Padded Room either, so maybe it’s a wash?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post


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    Oh, ok, so it's just a matter of acceleration, no switch. Thanks. Maybe it wasn't intentional. I was on a long climb, dude had to come to near stop, then pass me.

    So, according to that, the people who practice this are ugly ass motherfuckers who can barely speak English and probably spend their free time at home drunk and furiously masterbating?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Oh, ok, so it's just a matter of acceleration, no switch. Thanks. Maybe it wasn't intentional. I was on a long climb, dude had to come to near stop, then pass me.

    So, according to that, the people who practice this are ugly ass motherfuckers who can barely speak English and probably spend their free time at home drunk and furiously masterbating?
    Or tuning their trucks so that they can smoke when they intentionally accelerate hard...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    True. But my Motorola Startac didn’t have access to the Padded Room either, so maybe it’s a wash?
    lulz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Well, there wasn't any coal rolling.

    LoL, you just got it from buses and accepted it for the People. Most Class 8-9 truck stacks and furnace stacks are much too high for visible smoke to enter your narrow narrow little field of experience.


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    Black smoke from a diesel = overfuelled cylinders, hot
    White smoke from a diesel = overfuelled cylinders, cold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Oh, ok, so it's just a matter of acceleration, no switch. Thanks. Maybe it wasn't intentional. I was on a long climb, dude had to come to near stop, then pass me.

    So, according to that, the people who practice this are ugly ass motherfuckers who can barely speak English and probably spend their free time at home drunk and furiously masterbating?
    Rolling coal is the illegal practice of modifying a diesel engine to increase the amount of fuel entering the engine in order to emit large amounts of black or grey sooty exhaust fumes into the air. Rolling coal is sometimes used as a form of anti-environmentalism.[1] Such modifications may include the intentional removal of the particulate filter.[2] Practitioners often additionally modify their vehicles by installing smoke switches and smoke stacks. Modifications to a vehicle to enable rolling coal may cost from US$200 to US$5,000.[3][4]
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    I thought the coal rolling fad had been replaced by shitty tunes that made your subaru race car backfire constantly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by highangle View Post
    Truth Table:
    Smoke from a diesel = Unburnt Fuel
    Black smoke from a diesel = overfuelled cylinders, hot
    White smoke from a diesel = overfuelled cylinders, cold
    Yup, they call it a hot tune for a reason.

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