Exhaust Pipes / Tubing
Exhaust pipes and tubing are used to direct the gasses from the exhaust, away from the engine, into the catalytic converter, and out through the tail pipes. Most exhaust pipes or tubing is made out of high strength steel or aluminum which is resistant to bending or cracking under the high temperatures experienced by the exhaust. Using the tubes to direct the exhaust out the back of the car will protect other components on the undercarriage from being burnt by the exhaust as it comes out. Using exhaust pipes and tubing will also ensure that the pressure keeping the exhaust gasses from running back into the engine is enough. If the pipes are too short, the gasses will be sucked back into the engine as the piston exhales the new exhaust which will greatly reduce the engines performance and can cause severe damage to the engines internal components.
The main advantage of using pipe and tubing over other materials is that it can be easily bend around in the undercarriage to fit the vehicle perfectly. Once all the tubing is bent to the desired shape and size, it can be welded together and bolted into place. Changing out the exhaust and all of its tubing is a popular thing to do on highly accessorized vehicles that are seeking maximum performance. This modification is usually done to vehicles which only have one exhaust tip because adding multiple exhaust tips and an upgraded system will allow the exhaust gasses to flow easier which will in turn, increase performance. Many show cars will have an upgraded exhaust because of the enhanced look it brings to the undercarriage of the vehicle. To make the exhaust look even better, finishes suck as chrome are used which will really make the curves and styling of the pipes stick out as a key feature of the vehicle.
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