I don't think so. Pvc pipe cannot even used for hot water distribution. I don't know how hot the engine exhaust is, but I'm pretty sure it would melt the pipe. ( I am a master plumber.)
The temperature of the exhaust just after the catalytic converter can reach 700 degrees F.
A pipe cutter is the best tool to cut PVC pipe.
Yes, if it is rigid PVC conduit approved for electrical installations. Don't use PVC water pipe as it will be rejected if inspected.
Ribbed, bendable steel pipe used on combustion engine exhaust system.
I think that as long as you use the paint use for the engine block
There is no special PVC pipe. CPVC can be used for hot water applications or in my opinion just use PEX pipe.
if your waste pipe is PVC and your glue is for PVC . yes! but make sure to use a primer(cleaner) on the pipe first.
No, do not use glue. Use teflon tape or pipe dope on the threads. You should also make sure you always put the male PVC thread into the female metal thread. If you do it the other way you will tend to split the PVC fitting when you tighten the threads.
Use teflon tape with a little pipe dope. If you don't ever have to take apart again then you can use glue which you are calling cement
Lead wipe a brass nipple into the lead pipe and then use a female adapter x PVC on the brass threads
You cannot use pvc on hot water, only cpvc