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The great Sniper experiment is not called off, but it is postponed until I can get the car on the road. All though this project I've known when to give it up to the pros. I had pros build my engine and now I'll have another tune it. I have an appointment for April 4 at Horsepower Ranch. Horse Power Ranch - Dyno Tuning Specialists. We Make HorsePower!

I was taking a video of the car today and I was looking at it tonight. When I started the car water (it had no smell) came gushing out both tailpipes. It's been sitting there for 6 months. Can gas separate and could I have water at the bottom of my tank? How can I tell and how to fix it.

P.S. I shouldn't have done it and I'm not going to do it again until I'm tuned but I took it around the block and punched it just once or twice just for a second or 2. It's going to be a rocket.

It's probably just condensation that has built up in the exhaust system during storage. If you run the car long enough for the exhaust system to dry out completely and the oil to get hot enough to boil off the condensation that forms inside the engine then the water should be gone. Of course there will be more (about 1/2 cup or so every time you start the car as long as temperatures are low enough for condensation to form.
 
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