exhaust and muffler. Tuesday , November 28th , 2017 - 20:42:15 PM
Flowmaster exhaust.com has a great website and if your doing an installation yourself consult their site for all the help you need. To mention a couple of their products, the 30-series offers a stupendous, deep, powerful tone and its sound level is a bit quieter outside of the vehicle than the 40-series. The flowmaster tone, with the combination of added volume and unique, low-pressure, balanced-chamber technology, creates a larger, low-pressure area behind the power chamber. You’re going to experience a better scavenging of exhaust gases as a result. The system is designed for use on vans, SUV’s and trucks, and incorporates 12 feet of aluminized, mandrel, bent tubing with deep, slip-fit connections. You will experience significant torque improvement and this system works well on GM, Ford, and numerous muscle-car applications, as well.
The manifold collects the exhaust gas from two or more cylinders and puts them into one pipe. The manifold needs to be heavy duty because of the high temperatures, so they are often made of cast iron. The header back is a part of an exhaust system that extends from the cylinder head back. It includes the outlet for the header, to the vent, to open air. This, like the turbo back, is an optional item that is put in to help increase the performance of a vehicle. The turbo back is the part of the exhaust that extends form the outlet of the turbo charger all the way to open air at the end.
Before we get to the tail pipe, we come to the muffler. This is an important part of the exhaust system and one we never think about. Since exhaust gas is shooting out the exhaust system at high pressure, it creates a lot of noise. The muffler reduces the backpressure of the exhaust, while at the same time improving engine efficiency, engine performance, the power output of the car and it even reduces the wear and tear of engine components. The most significant aspect of the muffler is the noise reduction it creates.
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