Well, in the most basic sense, the exhaust pipe that you find in your vehicle is a tube that actually guides any exhaust or waste gases away from your car’s engine. It is very essential for if the waste gases simply accumulate in your car’s engine, you and your passengers can actually suffer from poisoning of these gases and it could be very lethal.
Any high quality boost gauge will work well. Accuracy is the important feature to look for. Autometer gauges are a good value. The Japanese gauges, A’PEXi, GReddy, HKS, etc., have more features, but at a much higher price.
CONSUMPTION RATE – The gasoline consumption rate for every mass-produced car has been carefully ‘designed in’ as a market asset. As an indication, simply observe how quickly and closely ALL the local different gas stations adjust their prices. Even the hybrid cars which use electric motors still consume a designed amount of gasoline, and their price tags are prohibitively high.
Does it smoke? With the engine running, take the oil fill cap off the valve cover. If smoke comes out, the rings or valves are shot and you need to leave now. It will be an expensive repair and perhaps a complete engine rebuild.
The exhaust systems present in most vehicles at the time of purchase are of a low quality. Hence, it becomes necessary to get the exhaust upgraded with a new one, as a proficient system will burn less fuel, thereby saving energy. Replacing the system with an upgraded one is not a difficult task and anyone with minimal knowledge of technicality can replace it quickly. All you would need is a screwdriver, jack, safety glasses, and gloves to begin the upgrading process.
The HHO engine blends hydroxy gas with your current fuel, diesel or gasoline. When the fuel is combusted it burns more efficiently utilizing more fuel. Your current system doesn’t even use all of its fuel, and the unused fuel is burned up in the scrap O2 sensor recycling. So you’ve paid for fuel that you don’t use and then pay to get rid of it… Looks like there is room for improvement. This is where HHO comes in.
An important product of the DEF process is the fuel transfer pump. A fuel transfer pump is a component that is used on internal combustion engine device or a car. In gravity feed fuel designs, engines do not require any fuel transfer pump. Such designs require only gravity in order to transfer fuel from the fuel tank through a tube. But there are engines in which fuel needs to be pumped to the engine from the fuel tank and passed on. This is done under low pressure or high pressure. In case of low pressure, it is pumped to the carburetor and in case of high pressure, to the fuel injection system.
There are professional car inspectors. You will find them locally in your yellow pages. You could hire one of them for around $100 dollars per car and watch him inspect a car or two.