Well, in the most basic sense, the exhaust pipe that you find in your vehicle is a tube that actually guides any exhaust or waste gases away from your car’s engine. It is very essential for if the waste gases simply accumulate in your car’s engine, you and your passengers can actually suffer from poisoning of these gases and it could be very lethal.
The fuel system pumps petrol from the tank to the engine. Older cars used to have carburetors that mix fuel with air and send the gas to the engine. Some cars have a special fuel injection system that sprays petrol into the engine. Modern cars have turbo chargers that suck in extra air and therefore create more power.
Get it in writing. Any promises are meaningless unless you have them in writing. Car salespeople at car dealerships are notorious liars. What the seller says and what a warranty really covers can be 2 entirely different things. I was sold a car through eBay by Farmerville Motors in Farmerville, Louisiana and the salesman promised that the car would pass inspection in my state. It didn’t due to a bad OBD system. The salesperson at Farmerville Motors stated that the entire emissions system on the car I purchased was covered. It wasn’t. At a local GM dealership it was found that only the scrap catalytic converter price guide was covered, not any part of the OBD and emissions system. Get any promises in writing.
6) Turbochargers. If you have lots of money and are serious about upgrading your car a turbo kit might be what you need. Turbos use the exhaust from your scrap catalytic converter engine to spin a turbine which forces air into your engine. This pressurizes the air and improves horsepower dramatically. These are not very likely to be something you would install yourself. They also may require other modifications to your car, so the cost is out of reach for most people.
It is also very important to note that even a small exhaust leak that causes exhaust gases to get inside the vehicle can affect a driver’s judgment and perception. As little as 0.08 percent carbon monoxide (that’s only 800 parts per million) can cause dizziness, headaches, nausea, and bring on stupor in two hours. A one percent concentration level of carbon monoxide can kill a person in less than three minutes. Carbon monoxide isn’t only found in your basement, it is part of your vehicles exhaust. Frequent check of your exhaust system is a must to ensure you and your family’s safety.
Once you have fitted everything together, make sure your exhaust is properly aligned from the front to the back bumper. Make sure your tailpipes are even with the bumper for a clean, professional look. Once you have made all the adjustments, take the extra time to double check the tightness of all bolts. They may have loosened slightly during alignment. Checking them now will save you trouble later.
Another good way to earn extra cash is by recycling or scrapping. People always need rid of their old appliances or junk out of their garages. You could make signs and post them on local bulletin boards saying “i haul your scrap for free”. Then you take it to the local scrap yard and cash in on all that junk. Also save your aluminum cans. You are not only making money, but you are helping to save the environment. Some good things to scrap are auto batteries, catalytic converters, and old appliances. It is necessary to have either a truck or SUV or car with a flat trailer to successfully and efficiently scrap.