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Helpful Terms Related to Mufflers and Exhaust Systems

All motor vehicles have mufflers and exhaust systems. After all, this is essential for cars, trucks, minivans, and SUVs to function on gasoline and diesel fuel. Unfortunately at times, new parts are required for motor vehicles, such as catalytic converters, exhaust pipes, and manifold kits. Luckily there are automotive specialists all over the country that offer these parts and accessories. However, it is certainly helpful to have a good understanding of this business before buying anything. Below are some helpful terms that apply to mufflers and exhaust systems.

  • Automotive Manifold – This is a part of a motor vehicle engine that provides a fuel and air mixture to the vehicle’s cylinders. The combustion mixture allows the car or vehicle to run. Some parts involved are the carburetor, exhaust pipe, throttle body, and fuel injection components.
  • Catalytic Converter – A part or device that is added to a motor vehicle to convert toxic exhaust fumes or emissions into non-toxic exhaust. The converter encourages a chemical reaction inside of it, which in turn alters the exhaust fumes before they are released into the atmosphere. These converters are mandatory on some old automobiles.
  • Cylinder Head – This part is found on top of a cylinder block, and when it closes, a combustion is formed inside the combustion chamber, below. This head essentially provides a passage or space for fuel and air to feed into the cylinder, and this enables exhaust to escape.
  • Combustion Chamber – The part of a motor vehicle engine where the gasoline or diesel fuel is burned. This allows for the automobile to function or run.
  • Duel Side Exit Exhaust System – This is a system that has an exhaust pipe located on both sides of the vehicle’s rear. It provides less restriction when fuel exhaust is released from the car.
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    Maxi Muffler Shops
    11278 Dayton Pike, Soddy Daisy, TN 37379
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    (423) 332-4554
     
    User Review: "Customer for 10 yrs...Always "done right the first time" service. affordable and professional"
    Maxi Auto Service Center
    5407 Ringgold Rd, Chattanooga, TN 37412
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    (423) 894-9604
     
    User Review: "So I finally decide to get my exhaust kit put on that has been sitting in my room for over a year and I take it to maxi..." - M. (GA)
    Russell's Custom Exhaust Cente
    2738 Roane State Hwy, Harriman, TN 37748
    (865) 882-8477
    Eddie's Body Shop
    514 Emory Dr, Harriman, TN 37748
    (865) 882-6474
    A-1 Muffler Service
    411 Ruritan Rd, Harriman, TN 37748
    (865) 882-6641
    Volunteer Brake & Muffler
    415 Browder Cir, Oliver Springs, TN 37840
    (865) 435-9003
    Hilltop Muffler Shop
    238 Brisbane Rd, Oak Ridge, TN 37830
    (865) 482-5027
    Midas Auto Service & Tires
    120 S Illinois Ave, Oak Ridge, TN 37830
    (865) 482-6776
    Love's Welding
    844 Pumphouse Rd, Rockwood, TN 37854
    (865) 354-4119
    Malone's Wrecker Service
    Lenoir City, TN 37771
    (865) 986-0051
    Proformance Muffler Shop
    1064 Mulberry St, Loudon, TN 37774
    (865) 458-2900
    Maxi Muffler
    10716 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37934
    (865) 966-9900
    Car-X Auto Service
    10839 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37934
    (865) 671-4441
    Clinton Mufflers
    254 Hiway Dr, Clinton, TN 37716
    (865) 457-4588
    Natural
    8707 Joe Daniels Rd, Knoxville, TN 37931
    (865) 927-7646


    Exhaust systems and mufflers function in vehicles to deal with the byproducts of operation. These byproducts, namely the exhaust, consist of the gases formed while internal combustion engines provide a car with power. The exhaust system guides these gases out of the car, while the muffler reduces the high volume of noise which engines would otherwise naturally produce. The exhaust system basically consists of a series of pipes. Traditionally, vehicles are built with these pipes in a dual exhaust system. Along with the muffler, it could also fulfill noise reduction necessities through a catalytic converter. Car owners might also purchase an exhaust kit, allowing them to bypass engaging professional services. The particular kind of exhaust system and muffler to be set up and parts to be ordered depends on driver or owner preference. The higher performance standards required by racing and muscle cars, to pick two examples, demand correspondingly improved components. For instance, the normal run of exhaust systems use manifolds, which move gases and fluids into the cylinders. A car tuner hired to create increased vehicle power could choose to install a particular kind of steel manifold called a header. A turbocharger represents another part which could be installed in an exhaust system to ratchet up power and speed. In addition to cars, exhaust systems could also be created for custom motorcycles. Truck, diesel and marine vehicles also represent particular exhaust-disposal demands. Other custom options for these components include stainless steel pipes. Along with other concerns such as the ability to sustain shock and carry out automatic transmission, this system constitutes an integral aspect of vehicle upkeep and repair.
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