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Category: Exhausts

The Anatomy of an Exhaust

Posted on 24th December 2020 by Tyres Northampton

Tyres Northampton - Exhaust System

When you think of essential parts of your vehicle, does the exhaust system spring to mind? Probably not, but it should. A vehicle’s exhaust system is in charge of funnelling all of the carbon monoxide created during combustion safely out the vehicle through the tailpipe. The quality of your exhaust system can have a huge impact on the overall performance of your vehicle, and this month, we’re going to be discussing how such a system fits together. Exhaust manifold The exhaust manifold can be seen as where your exhaust flow begins. The manifold is fitted right over the cylinders onto the…

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What are the benefits of an aftermarket exhaust?

Posted on 1st October 2020 by Tyres Northampton

Car exhaust - What are the benefits of an aftermarket exhaust?

Aftermarket exhausts have got a bit of a bad rep over the years. Too often have we seen boy racers driving hatchbacks with Dick Dastardly-esque exhausts cut us up on the motorway, so you wouldn’t be blamed for wanting to distance yourself from car modification culture. Are they all that bad though? Today, we’re going to be looking at aftermarket exhausts and if they’re really necessary. Can an Aftermarket Exhaust Make My Car Work Better? There are three key benefits that you can get from adding an aftermarket exhaust to your car, these are: More power: Some aftermarket exhaust manufacturers, such…

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Common Exhaust Problems

Posted on 12th January 2016 by Tyres Northampton

  Seen on all petrol and diesel powered vehicles, the exhaust is a vital feature of every motor vehicle, used to direct exhaust fumes from the engine away from the vehicle, as well as reducing the noise from the combustion engine and reducing the toxicity of the fumes. However, like all machinery and components, they can fall victim to errors and faults, which can vary in severity. This article will look into some of the most common faults associated with exhausts, what they can mean and how to rectify them. Parts of an exhaust system Exhaust manifold Located in the engine,…

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