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When the exhuast is under water the driver has to sit there revving hard to keep blowing the water out. That way the engine won't waterlog. It does create a bit of a steam issue though. And that recovery strap was nowhere near up to the job. A water filled Discovery must weigh the best part of 3 tonnes - the buckle snapped almost instantly the Defender pulled on it.

Date: 11/10/09 12:04
Camera model: Canon EOS 20D | Exposure time: 1/400s | Aperture: 4.0
ISO: 200 | Metering mode: Multi-segment | Focal length: 140.0mm

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