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Do You Know Your Exhaust System?

It's no secret that understanding how exhaust systems work isn't a bad thing, especially if you're new to the automotive industry. The question that will then arise is why worry when there are experts who have the knowledge and experience to help with the problem. 

As a vehicle owner, you should be aware of backpressure that can affect the operation of your engine. With the back pressure in your engine covered, you may feel like the engine is choking, which will eventually lead to engine failure. You can consider the best smartbox, app-controlled, fully adjustable performance exhaust systems to increase the performance of your car.

Exhaust pipes work more efficiently if they are larger in diameter than smaller ones. The advantage of a larger diameter exhaust pipe is that it "removes" the exhaust gases produced by the engine more quickly, allowing fresh air to start the combustion process. 

Knowing these functions will help you, especially when changing parts or accessories:

• Silencer: This is intended to minimize the noise emitted when exhaust gases exit the system. A component in the exhaust known as a barrier dampens noise in the exhaust gases by influencing it and dissipating its energy. 

• Exhaust Pipe: This is the last outlet after the exhaust has passed through all other components of the exhaust system. Steel or aluminum is used to increase longevity while preventing corrosion.

• Exhaust manifold: Used to take air from the atmosphere and connect it to the cylinder head. It also combines the exhaust gases from each cylinder head and diverts them into a single pipe.

• Catalytic converter: located between the exhaust manifold and the muffler, plays an important role in preventing pollution from harmful carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons. It converts these gases into water and steam and, with some converters, reduces the emitted nitrogen oxides.