The exhaust suffers badly for a number of reasons:
There is the option of a stainless steel exhaust, which can last 10 years or more, but these are expensive to manufacture, so are generally not used on lower end vehicles.
You will be quicker not faster.
from the car exhaus or in the car exhaust?.... if u have oil in ur exhaust that's not good..lol from the outside of the exhaus just use degresser doesnt cost much... and if u don't wanna buy that just use fuel
where to start? could be dirty fuel filter, carburetor, or injectors. plugged exhaust...feel how much exhaust pressure is coming out of the tailpipe. could be burnt valves... do a compression test and see if you have any cylinders weaker than the rest 130-180 PSI is best, but the key is to see if they're all within 10% of each other. has the car sat for a while? or acting up all of a sudden?
to take fumes and nasty gases away from the engine and to the outside of the car and to clean up emissions as much as possible.
when fuel enters into the cylinders through the valves, it is ignited by the spark plugs after the compression stroke of the piston, the spark plug then fires and ignites the fuel, this creates the power stroke, after this the exhaust valve opens and exhaust is released into the manifold, fuel produces carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, particulate matter, and water, so small amounts of pollution are created and released through the exhaust system but is much less in fuel injected vehicles then what was in carbuerated vehicles
It will gain about 2 to 3 horsepower when jetted
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It depends the whole system or parts of the system?
The exhaust system.
I don't know about the same as other organisms,but definitely faster!MUCH faster!
It can cost around $75 to $150 per hour in labor not including parts. The parts can run you around $200 to $500.
The chassis, cab and the exhaust.
Americans did not know much about other parts of the country
You don't fix holes in the exhaust system of an automobile. You replace damaged parts with new. The possibility of leaking deadly exhaust gas from a repaired hole to the inside of the car is all too real. As with anything that you wish to purchase, the only person to ask is the one selling the parts. Good luck! --Ken
top end is faster other then that, there isn't that much of a difference.
Don't know the exact price for welding alone but replacement of full exhaust system usually costs $700 on the maximum. That alsready includes the replacement parts.
well i/h/e (intake, header, and exhaust) will only add a few horsepower so unless you get into majorly building the engine with a nasty cam, or boosting it, there isn't too many other ways to make your car much faster with the stock powerplant.