Vans are more valuable to many of us than cars – they carry tools, stock and us as workers to and from work. So how do you protect this valuable resource? Here are some quick ideas.
These are all in gaseous form, and will be under a lot of pressure as the piston rushes them out of the cylinder and into the exhaust manifold or header It collects the exhaust gases from multiple cylinders into one pipe.
Explain to your local Honda representative your dilemma. If you are still within the boundaries of your warranty, use it. If they have special deals going, avail them. This can save you money.
From the catalytic converter price guide, the exhaust gasses go through a bit more pipe and then into a muffler, or system consisting of several mufflers and/or resonators.
Have a plan. Before you make any real upgrades you should decide what you want out of the car and therefore the areas you need to look at. For example, a car made purely for drag racing is going to have different requirements for power and handling to a car made for touge or gymkhana. A lot of people just throw money at the car trying to buy every upgrade they can. While this car give you a nice looking car which performs well, it might be a jack-of-all trades and master of none. At this time, also determine if the car will also be a daily driver or whether it will be a weekend/race car only. If the latter then you’ll be able to strip out the interior to save weight, but you’ll be losing a lot of home comforts.
Go back to the time when these cars were first manufactured. Were they manufactured by the big shot companies? Was it the diversification by train companies into cars? The answer is No. rather, small inventors and machinists who initiated the task and formed the base of main auto companies that exist even today. The Wright brothers were originally bicycle vendors and people used to make fun of their efforts to fly.
Lowers emissions dramatically! So clean you almost don’t need the catalytic converter (which makes it continue longer- saving you replacement costs). The by-product of using HHO chatter is WATER!