exhaust and muffler. Tuesday , November 28th , 2017 - 02:30:46 AM
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.
Among the automobile’s mechanical assemblies, the exhaust system is seldom noticed. Part of the exhaust system is the muffler which when utilized collectively they can add more horsepower to your vehicle.
It is paramount to have a good exhaust system on an ATV to maintain performance and then you must also consider where you will be riding too. If you find yourself in tall tried grass or occasionally disintegrating a tumble weed who makes the misfortunate move to get in your way then you need to consider the fire hazards caused by your exhaust. The harder you ride the hotter your ATV gets and the more potential for a spark or high heat causing a piece of dried brush to light fire.
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