aubrey victoria. exhaust and muffler. January 10th , 2018.
It is paramount to have a good exhaust system on an ATV to maintain performance and then you must also consider where you will be riding too. If you find yourself in tall tried grass or occasionally disintegrating a tumble weed who makes the misfortunate move to get in your way then you need to consider the fire hazards caused by your exhaust. The harder you ride the hotter your ATV gets and the more potential for a spark or high heat causing a piece of dried brush to light fire.
The life of the mufflers and pipes is dependent largely on the type of service in which the vehicle is used. If it is driven mostly in city type stop and go traffic with few trips exceeding five miles, you can bet that the muffler will soon be rusted out, have a shorter life span and that the automobile owner will be making a visit either to his local mechanic at their garage or to his dealership service center. Since installing mufflers and exhaust systems is a specialized job many garages themselves as well as those auto owners often have the work done at shops and garages that specialize in exhaust system and muffler repair and replacement.
Cobra offers a great new system for Yamaha’s new Star Roadliner introduction that took place in 2006. Imagine this fine motorcycle made even better with Cobra’s speedster pipes. They have a great, full line of accessories, as well. This company has many new product introductions as do most manufacturers. They have some dragster pipes, which include their limited, lifetime warranty that will match the sound with the brawn! To get the best performance possible, they have a new kind application for the Fi2000R that optimizes the bike’s fuel system. Yoshimura also just had a new muffler system released into the market that has now passed approval. Be on the lookout for their new GSX-R750 TRC fuel system, featuring stainless-steel construction that sports a 12" TRC cone-encapped muffler, as well as a low-volume insert. Another hot bike is the 2006 Yamaha FZ1, and Yoshimura delivers a slip-on feature termed "Shorty" that is awesome! It features a hard-mount, aluminum bracket, low-volume insert, and a 10"-inch canister. It retains the same features as the slip-ons with the exception of the muffler, which is a 12-inch canister on the full systems. Either way you look at it, performance exhaust is exciting and you’ll be amazed at what technology can do for your Harley or street bike.
Most auto owners do not give the exhaust system of their vehicle one minute though. That is until they hear a loud boom, exhaust hissing or rattling noises coming quite scarily from the rear of their car or truck. On top of that there are health and safety concerns from exhaust gasses. You can almost bet by the time they get to that point that they are going to be recipients of a large muffler or exhaust system repair bill. Is their any way that most motorists can extend the life and driving span of their exhaust and muffler system or systems?
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