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4WD Exhaust

Over time an exhaust will rust or appear worn. Even though most exhaust systems are tucked out of the way, some 4WD enthusiasts like to replace their factory exhaust system in favour of one with a few perks. There may be potential for improvement even when a 4x4 is well-made by the manufacturer. This is particularly valid in the context of horsepower and torque. Even if the manufacturer of your car may have done an excellent job designing a safe and useful car, the exhaust system may not have been fully optimised. The installation of after-market exhaust systems is a common practice among 4x4 owners. But how would an enhanced exhaust system look? What are some of the main advantages of installing one?

Improved power & torque:

The full potential of your engine can be released via an aftermarket exhaust system. It might offer your engine's exhaust air a quicker, more effective way to exit, which would make it easier for the engine to "breathe." This implies that the engine can burn more fuel and air, at a better rate, whilst generating more power as a result. An aftermarket performance exhaust system can, in general, result in a system that enables the engine to operate at its best.

Audible Growl:

This substantial increase in power and performance is the major justification for thinking about an aftermarket exhaust system. The intensification of the "growl" your acceleration generates is another advantage of an aftermarket performance system. Many 4x4 owners relish this growl and prefer a louder exhaust sound, especially those who treasure their car's horsepower and want an acceleration sound to match it.

Which after-market exhaust system should you choose?

There are certain important choices you must make as you think about adding a whole new exhaust system. The first is the kind of "bend" that is employed, which is the system's real shape. The "crush bend" used by the majority of factory-made devices and some aftermarket ones is actually crimped and can impede airflow rather than unleash it. On the other hand, a mandrel bend can significantly widen the path that exhaust gases can take.

The exhaust system's material and build are other choices to be made. Mild steel, which is frequently used by manufacturers, can degrade with time. The durability can be greatly increased by using stainless steel and aluminized steel, which are more popular in aftermarket systems. In fact, they frequently survive as long as the car itself. Another crucial factor is aesthetics. Some drivers will find that the larger tips and highly polished mufflers found on many custom exhaust systems are more cosmetically pleasing. Others present the same performance improvements while appearing entirely "natural." In order to decide which style you want, it is necessary to consider a few alternative options.

How to Maintain Your Exhaust System:

Whether you are using a factory-installed or custom exhaust system, it is crucial to have it tested frequently and do any necessary maintenance. Make sure to include this in your regular service. If you are frequently hitting the tracks exhaust system make comes loose so be sure to tighten and check the seals & gaskets. 

Why shop with Outback Equipment?

  • We’re Australian-owned and operated – We’re based on the south side of Brisbane, so if you ever need help with your order or product, you can call straight through to one of our 4x4 experts.

  • Plenty of payment options –PayPal, MasterCard, Visa, zipMoney, Afterpay, direct deposit – the choice is yours which payment method you use.

  • Delivered to your door – With a busy work schedule, it can be tough to find the time to pick up your roof console. That’s why we can deliver it to you and save you the hassle of running around the countryside.

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