Originally Posted by 2013fiveO
My gt spits out water from the tail pipes on start up during fast idle. I've noticed it since I first bought the car but it's more water than I've ever seen come out of tailpipes. My exhaust is all stock minus the Roush axlebacks. It runs fine and actually had a pcm update at the dealership today.
Is this normal? Btw the temp is in the 30s here. I just remember hearing water from tailpipes is a bad thing years ago.
its the roush I think. Their design seems to cause them to condense and build up water. If you like at them the outter shell surrounds an inner pipe that doesn't extend all the way out so that outter shell can hold water and water can get in there. I traded mine to another guy on here for springs and I literally took mine off the car, put them in the garage, then boxed them up and shipped them too him and he said they had water in them. He said he drilled holes in them to allow them to drain all the time.
Seems to be an issue with roush's design.