Difference between revisions of "Exhaust pipe"

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[[Two-stroke]] engine performance pipes include a bulge in the exhaust pipe known as an [[expansion chamber]], which uses the pressure of the exhaust to create a pump that squeezes more air and fuel into the cylinder during the intake stroke.  This provides greater power and fuel efficiency.
 
[[Two-stroke]] engine performance pipes include a bulge in the exhaust pipe known as an [[expansion chamber]], which uses the pressure of the exhaust to create a pump that squeezes more air and fuel into the cylinder during the intake stroke.  This provides greater power and fuel efficiency.
  
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Revision as of 13:00, 26 March 2007

An exhaust pipe is usually tubing used to guide waste exhaust away from engine.

An exhaust system connects to the engine and usually includes a muffler to reduce engine noise.

Two-stroke engine performance pipes include a bulge in the exhaust pipe known as an expansion chamber, which uses the pressure of the exhaust to create a pump that squeezes more air and fuel into the cylinder during the intake stroke. This provides greater power and fuel efficiency.