exhaust and muffler. Tuesday , November 28th , 2017 - 21:35:32 PM
If the car is driven mostly on long and longer mileage trips, or mainly at good speeds on freeway travel, then conversely the mufflers and the pipes that it is attached to will soon get hot enough to simply evaporate this moisture, similar to how a hot kettle boils off water. Consequently corrosive action (that is rusting and the formation of rust on the metal parts and surfaces of the muffler) will be slowed down and retarded. Consequently your vehicle will have its muffler and exhaust system will last longer and have a longer life span.
Interestingly it seems that Mufflers and pipes used on a single exhaust system, will generally last longer than dual muffler installations because all the hot exhaust gasses are propelled and pass through one single pipe - that is the one solitary muffler. As a result in a single muffler system temperatures generally reach a higher value sooner rather than later. Hence the corrosive moisture has a better chance of being heated up and evaporated into the atmosphere with less of a chance that will linger on metal surfaces and components to do its rusting job.
Two often ignored but important parts of the vehicle’s mechanical system is the exhaust and muffler systems. These two systems work together to help a car run at peak efficiency and performance. The exhaust system is a tubing system that takes exhaust gases created by the engine and guides them out the back of the vehicle. Typically, an exhaust system will have some of the following systems
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