Exhaust Manifold : It is directly connected to the engine and aids in the removal of combustion gases from the engine. To optimize exhaust flow, the manifold is built with easy-bending passageways.
Downpipe : Connects the exhaust manifold to the catalytic converter, which then directs exhaust gases from the turbine chamber into the exhaust system. The downpipe connects the turbo to the other exhaust pipes. Replacing the stock downpipe with larger ones might provide numerous benefits.
Catalytic Converter : The converter acts as a catalyst by using heat and metal. It is made up of metals such as platinum, palladium, and rhodium, which induce hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide to react and form less toxic water vapor. It is extremely important because it minimizes hazardous exhaust emissions, which reduces the carbon imprint in the atmosphere.
Muffler : A muffler is a device that reduces engine noise. Mufflers are classified into two types: those that regulate chambers to reduce noise by extending their energy into the muffler and losing force and volume, and those that do not. The other is intended to reduce back pressure.
Resonator : It functions as a mini-muffler, reducing the noise produced by the exhaust while also making it more acceptable.
Oxygen Sensor : Modern fuel-injected vehicles utilize o2 sensors (lambda sensors) to monitor the amount of oxygen in the exhaust. The computer can use this information to add or subtract gasoline to get the optimal mixture for the best fuel efficiency and performance.
Exhaust Tips : The final component of your car exhaust system that provides a gleaming finish.