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The benefits of a custom exhaust system

Benefits of Custom Exhaust
Benefits of Custom Exhaust
Carson Cars Auto Repair

Car enthusiasts throughout the state of Washington are always looking to make tweaks, upgrades, and improvements to their cars. One of the most popular ways that Washingtonians love to boost their cars’ performance and give it some additional aesthetic appeal is by having a custom exhaust system installed.
When it comes to base or standard model cars and trucks, most manufacturers build their vehicles with the least expensive components available. This is especially true when it comes to exhaust systems. That is not to say that these cars or the components in question are of poor quality. It simply means that the manufacturer leaves lots of room for the consumer to upgrade certain elements of their car if they choose to do so, and an upgraded exhaust system is one of the most common ways to accomplish this.

Increased Efficiency
People who are just beginning to learn about aftermarket upgrades may wonder what benefits come with a performance or custom exhaust system. One of the most basic advantages of a custom exhaust is that the exhaust gases are given a more efficient escape path and are able to flow faster. In other words, the engine is allowed to “breathe easier” as fuel and air that have been used by the engine are sent out of the combustion chambers much more quickly. This increase in speed and efficiency allows greater quantities of fuel and air to be burned which in turns generates increased engine power.

Better Look, Better Sound
One of the benefits of a custom exhaust is that it will put out a much more aggressive and noticeable sound. Most performance exhaust systems generate a very distinctive “growl” that is much different from that of the stock systems, and while they may be only slightly louder and more aggressive sounding when the vehicle is idle, the difference is very noticeable when they start to accelerate. In terms of the materials used, most stock systems are constructed with low-grade steel, which is fine, but this particular material tends to experience significant deterioration over the course of the life of the vehicle. Most custom exhaust systems, on the other hand, are made from either stainless or aluminized steel, which provides longer life and better overall quality than the factory systems. There are also manufacturers that offer performance systems which provide the look of a stock or factory system but which offer all of the performance benefits of a custom one. “A custom exhaust can certainly make a substantial difference to a car’s performance, but it can also give it a look that is equally as exciting,” says Mike Carson of Carson Cars Auto Repair. “Custom exhaust will help to increase airflow resulting in additional horsepower.” Carson Cars Auto Service provides custom exhaust installation services in Everett, WA.

Pipe Size Matters
One final thing to keep in mind when researching systems is the diameter of the exhaust pipes. Pipes that are a little larger can be a benefit to most vehicles and also enhance their looks, particularly if they are highly polished or have a chrome finish. However, if the pipes are too large it can actually have a detrimental effect on performance. But for drivers who may be looking to implement a supercharger or a turbocharger, larger pipes are not only advantageous but also necessary. Regardless of what you may be looking for in a custom exhaust in Everett, adding one to your vehicle is sure to provide better performance and enhance its overall appearance.

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