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Exhaust System – To Replace or Not To Replace

10th May 2011
Your car’s exhaust system is a true workhorse that serves several purposes. It removes harmful emissions from exhaust gases before they can get into the atmosphere, directs your car exhaust away from the passenger compartment and keeps the engine’s noise ... Read >
Author: mac auto parts

Avalanche risk table

15th July 2010
The avalanche is a fast flow of snow on a slope, triggered natural or by human factors.About safety - avalanche terrain:- Terrain management: must avoid to travel if an individual it's risking to be expose to an avalanche terrain. Advice: stay away from e... Read >
Author: Rudy Ashley

What To Do If Your Northstar Engine Fails

28th June 2010
The Northstar engine is top of the line and has previously been hailed as one of the top ten engines by Ward's Auto World. In 1993, cars such as the Cadillac Allante, Eldorado and Seville STS were among the first to be made with the Northstar engine. Manu... Read >
Author: lowmileageengines.op@gmail.com

How to keep moisture from damaging your compressed air system

29th September 2008
Ask a Question: Can water or moisture be damaging my compressed air system? Answer: Absolutely! Water corrodes pipes, valves, machinery controls. None of this is good. When controls malfunction, production can stop or product can be impaired and all... Read >
Author: Tommy McGuire

The Different Brands and Types of Exhaust Systems

25th April 2008
For the novice car enthusiast, the term "exhaust system" has one meaning: the system of tubing that removes exhaust gases from the internal combustion system of a car's or truck's engine. Exhaust systems involve manifolds, headers, catalytic converters, m... Read >
Author: Troy Channing

Getting Rid of Backpressure the Right Way

19th January 2008
Performance is everything for the hard-core car enthusiast. Top speed, acceleration speed from zero to sixty miles per hour, balanced turns and cornering, smooth engine sound, vehicle's exterior appearance, and some car goodies and features are the thin... Read >
Author: Anthony Fontanelle

Dryer Venting In A Condo

15th November 2006
Dryer venting in a condo can pose some special problems including condensation. How a dryer vent is installed in a condo can be a bit tricky and remember there's also the vent from the other condo. Suddenly you can be facing damage but it could have been ... Read >
Author: Timothy Mccraney
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