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Exhaust Manifold vs Header: What’s the Difference?
by admin on 23-03-27
Exhaust manifolds and headers have similar functions—they both route fumes from the engine to the exhaust system—but exhaust manifolds come standard on most cars, while headers are aftermarket performance upgrades. Exhaust manifold is a solid cast iron structure across ...
WHAT IS A CATALYTIC CONVERTER AND WHAT DOES IT DO?
by admin on 23-03-20
What Does the Catalytic Converter Do? The catalytic converter uses a chamber called catalyst to convert harmful compounds emitted by the engine into safe gases, such as steam. Its function is to decompose unsafe molecules in the gas generated by cars before releasing them into the air. The cata...
What effect does the three-way catalytic converter have on the car?
by admin on 23-03-09
A normal car will be equipped with a three-way catalytic converter,which is called catalytic converter as well. It is a device installed between the rear end of the exhaust manifold of the engine and the end of the muffler. Its scientific name is a three-way catalytic co...
What is a CCV on a Diesel?
by admin on 23-03-07
Crankcase Ventilation Crankcase blowby gases can be an important source of particulate emissions, as well as other regulated and unregulated emissions. They can also contribute to the loss of lubricating oil and to fouling of surfaces and engine components. A number of c...
Three issues considered by automobile manufacturers when designing air intake system
by admin on 23-03-01
There is a reason why retrofit enthusiasts choose the intake system as the primary retrofit target to improve performance. For most vehicles, the modification of the air intake system is relatively simple and easy. It is not only easy to install and maintain, but also obvious to increase the hor...
What Is A Particulate Filter DPF, Will It Increase Fuel Consumption If It Is Clogged?
by admin on 23-02-21
With the increasingly stringent emission regulations, the standards for engines and emission systems are gradually increasing. Under the latest standards, many original engines cannot meet the standards. DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter), a particle filter exclusively for ...
How does an exhaust down pipe work?
by admin on 23-02-10
The exhaust system is responsible for converting your engine’s harmful emissions into less harmful substances. It is also in charge of transporting your vehicle’s emissions through the exhaust system and out the tail pipe. An exhaust down pipe is the piece of pipe that connects the exhaust manifo...
What is an EGR valve and how does it work?
by admin on 23-01-26
What is an EGR? Integral to the vehicle’s engine management system, the aptly named exhaust gas recirculation valve, or EGR valve for short, recirculates finely metered quantities of exhaust gas to the engine intake system for increased engine efficiency, reduced fuel consumption and lower NOx em...
Differences between DPF, DEF and EGR delete kits
by admin on 23-01-19
Some of the most popular performance upgrades available for diesel engines are EGR and DPF deletions. Although it may seem counterintuitive to remove the exhaust components from the vehicle, removing them can bring many benefits. Deletion is an aftermarket kit used to delete factory-installed co...
Points you need to know before modifying EGR
by admin on 23-01-13
For those who are looking for ways to improve car performance, you must have encountered the idea of EGR delete. There are some points you must know in advance before modifying the EGR delete kit. Today we will focus on this topic. 1.What is EGR And EGR Delete? EGR stands for exhaust gas recircul...
How does a fuel pump work in a car?
by admin on 23-01-04
What is a fuel pump? The fuel pump is located at the fuel tank and is designed to deliver the required amount of fuel from the tank to the engine at the necessary pressure. Mechanical fuel pump Fuel Pump in Older cars with carburetors ...
How does the intake manifold work?
by admin on 22-12-30
Evolution of Intake Manifolds Prior to 1990, many vehicles had carburetor engines. In these vehicles, fuel is dispersed inside the intake manifold from the carburetor. Therefore, the intake manifold is responsible for delivering the fuel and air mixture to each cylinder....
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