An exhaust is that part of a vehicle responsible for transporting combustion gases from the engine to the air through the vehicle’s exhaust pipes. For the effectiveness and high efficiency of your vehicle engine, it’s important that your exhaust system is in optimal condition.
A high performance exhaust effectively collects all traces of gases from the engine cylinder and screens the gas to get rid of harmful substances in the gas before discharging it into the atmosphere.
Performance exhausts contain several components which include:
Performance Exhaust Pipes
This component of the performance exhaust is used to transport combusted gas from the engine cylinder to the atmosphere. It has an outlet where the gas escapes from. It is usually made from aluminum because of the high heat resistivity of aluminum.
This is the component of the performance exhaust that converts the harmful substances in the burned gas into harmless ones. It helps to prevent the release of toxic compounds into the atmosphere, reducing air pollution. The catalytic converter works on the principle of oxidation and reduction.
This is the part of the performance exhaust that first receives combusted gas from your vehicle’s engine. It is affixed to the side of your engine and happens to be at the upper part of the performance exhaust system. It also has the ability to combust any unburnt or inadequately burnt fuel that comes from your engine.
This component is basically what distinguishes a performance exhaust from an ordinary one. It is the section of an exhaust that reduces the level of noise produced by the exhaust of your engine. Basically, the muffler absorbs the noise that comes from your internal combustion engine.