Always consider what verbal and nonverbal messages you are giving your child. It is important to build and maintain trust with your children. TIP! Many times young children have trouble changing.
Here is a brief overview of car exhaust systems providing information about different metal materials and the benefits of each, fitments and modifications, performance / fuel economy gains, and price levels.
Different materials make a significant difference in price and longevity:Auminized Steel – lowest cost, shortest longevity
If you want a low cost exhaust system that is light in weight and has improved longevity compared to a stock exhaust, then an aluminized system is to be considered. Weather conditions is a big factor in choosing an aluminized steel car exhaust system. If conditions are often wet, then an aluminized system is not going to hold up well over time where as a stainless steel system will last. One thing to be careful of with an aluminized system is getting scratches on the pipe as it will remove the protective coating and allow the pipe to start corroding. If kept in good condition an aluminized car exhaust system can last a long time.
T304 Stainless Steel – highest cost, highest longevity
Exhaust systems made with T304 stainless steel boast the highest quality stainless you can buy. T304 stainless has the best ability to resist corrosion and rust, and will shine forever! The addition of a higher amount of chromium and nickel added to the steel creates an ability to resist corrosion and scratches. One drawback is very high temperatures can cause a gold tint to appear on the finish over a period of time. For someone looking for the best possible quality and longevity the T304 is the hand down best choice.
T409 stainless steel – mid range cost, high longevity
Again weather can be a factor in selecting T409 stainless steel car exhaust systems. Although T409 will greatly outlast aluminized car exhaust systems in harsh wet weather conditions, it can accumulate light surface rust. Again as with the T304, one drawback is very high temperatures can cause a gold tint to appear on the finish over a period of time.What will fit?
It is very important to know the fitment specs of a car exhaust system that you are considering to purchase. Many systems are specific to whether the car is 2 door or 4, manual or automatic transmission, 2 or 4 wheel drive, and on trucks the bed size and cab size. Then you can throw into the mix different exhaust exit locations, single/dual exhaust, etc. and it can be a little confusing. So before purchasing be sure to know all of these details about your vehicle to ensure purchasing the correct exhaust system.What is a Cat-Back System?
Some people confuse a cat-back system as coming with the catalytic converter. This is not the case. Cat-back describes a system that comprises of everything needed BEHIND the catalytic converter: exhaust pipes, muffler(s), exhaust tip(s).How do aftermarket car exhaust systems benefit over a Stock OEM system?Longevity is greater.Weight is usually lighterPerformance gains in horsepower and torqueGains in fuel economyIncreases benefits of other vehicle modifications such as aftermarket air intake
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