Top-notch Performance Headers now on sale at Inner AutoWritten by Terry Brown
Are you tired of your engine's performance? Headers are one of easiest bolt-on accessories you can use to improve an engine's performance. Headers make it easier for engine to push exhaust gases out of cylinders. The idea behind an exhaust header is to eliminate manifold's backpressure. Each cylinder gets its own exhaust pipe, instead of a common manifold that all of cylinders share.
Boost performance and drivability in your vehicle with high quality, durable Inner Auto Headers Exhaust. Mileage will improve as your engine becomes more fuel-efficient. The outstanding features built into every Mercedes Benz Headers Exhaust of Inner Auto delivers ultimate in quality and performance. High-grade bolts and washers, top quality gaskets made to Hooker's specifications, adapters, extensions and brackets are included in package. It includes all hardware plus instructions for a direct fit, trouble-free installation.
Do not let your exhaust rob your engine of power. Inner Auto's High performance Mercedes Benz Headers Exhaust systems use headers; big tail pipes and free-flowing mufflers to eliminate backpressure in your vehicles’ exhaust system. Inner Auto's unbeatable price on Mercedes Benz headers exhaust is envy of competitors. No wonder our repeat customers keep coming. Right now you are in exact website that our satisfied customers have gone into. We have our secured online store to choose your needed headed exhaust from.
Honda Turbochargers at Inner Auto: Excellent Quality at a Low PriceWritten by Terry Brown
A turbo is an ingenious little design that harnesses wasted kinetic energy we dump out through exhaust system force more air into engine. A turbo can be a simpler, more compact way to add power, especially for an aftermarket accessory. The basic turbo system comes with turbo, exhaust manifold for turbo, waste gate, blow-off valve (bypass valve), lines for oil supply and return and intercooler, which is optional.
Your Honda's turbocharger is ultimately most powerful of all forced induction systems. While turbo charging a Honda car motor increases amount of air that can be flowed into it, it has a negative effect on how easily we can flow it back out again. This weakens positive pressure difference between these two fundamental sides of engine, and causes both cam timing & exhaust system design to become extremely important to producing more power.
An area of turbo acts as an insulator from exhaust heat to keep intake air compressor side as cool as possible. Keeping intake air cool increases power since more air molecules enter cylinders at a given pressure. Yet in most current forms of racing where rules do not prohibit use of turbo or slap restrictions on their use, turbo reigns supreme in terms of engine power output.