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The followings are the good knowledge about cast iron exhaust manifolds and steel exhaust manifolds. Some articles will be very useful for the exhaust manifolds buyers and manufactueres. We are sharing these knowledge to help buyers to clear some confusions.

  1. How to Port Exhaust Manifold, Headers and Turbo.
    The standard exhaust manifold on an Impreza consists of a 3 piece design on a single scroll turbo equipped car.
  2. What Causes an Exhaust Manifold to Crack or Leak.
    Your car has two manifolds – an intake manifold and an exhaust manifold.
  3. Porting Exhaust Manifolds.
    Porting the exhaust manifold on a car is a great way to optimize the performance of the engine.
  4. Exhaust Manifolds with Coating.
    Exhaust manifolds can either be a cast iron, factory-type manifold or a tube steel header typically used in performance applications, though they are becoming very common in OEM applications.
  5. FE Exhaust Manifolds and Why You Probably Want Headers.
    Before we can talk about manifold and header design we need to understand just what environment they are working in.
  6. Welding Broken Exhaust Manifold.
    When you have a stripped or broken stud in your exhaust manifold, the traditional fix is to heat the manifold flange with acetylene or MAP gas torch, and unscrew the stud with a Vice-Grip.
  7. How to Weld and Repair Cast Iron Parts.
    Repairing a model L Lincoln cast iron water pump, which also applies to repairing a cast iron exhaust manifold.
  8. Guidance for Repairing an Exhaust Manifold.
    A common characteristic of keeping older equipment is that some parts to make repairs can be extremely difficult to locate.
  9. Exhaust Manifold Interchange
    Exhaust manifolds used on most classic American car engines are cast-iron, which can cause problems after long use because it is brittle and can break or warp.
  10. Differences Between Exhaust Manifolds and Headers.
    Although exhaust manifolds and headers seem to perform similar functions, they have substantial differences between them.
  11. How to Distinguish a Exhaust Manifold Cracked?
    An engine's exhaust manifold (or manifolds) is an integral part of the exhaust system.
  12. Introduction for Exhaust Manifold.
    An exhaust manifold is a system which is used to vent exhaust gases away from an engine.
  13. Basic Elements of Exhaust Systems.
    When your vintage vehicle needs a new exhaust system or components, you are faced with a wide variety of options and decisions about the parts you will install.
  14. Integrated Exhaust Manifold Cylinder Head for 3.6L V6 Direct Injection Engine.
    GM develops integrated exhaust manifold cylinder head for 3.6L V6 direct injection engine; improvement in performance, fuel economy, emissions and noise.
  15. About GM LS Cast Iron Exhaust Manifold.
    Cast iron exhaust manifolds have been designed to hug close to the engine block so they fit into a wide variety of replacement and engine-swap applications.
  16. Steps for Repairing a Cracked Exhaust Manifold.
    When you have cracked exhaust manifold, it might be possible to repair it rather than spend money on a new one.
  17. When to Replace Exhaust Manifold - Cast Iron or Steel?
    You have had your truck for many years now and during routine maintenance of your vehicle you realize that your exhaust manifold is leaking.
  18. How to buy exhaust manifolds?
    The exhaust manifold is the key component in the exhaust system on a vehicle. It is responsible for collecting the exhaust gas from the engine's cylinder heads and sending it down to the exhaust pipe.
  19. Exhaust manifold replacement.
    A vehicle's exhaust manifold plays the leading role in a car or truck's exhaust system. It connects to each exhaust port on the engine's cylinder head, and it funnels the hot exhaust down into one simple exhaust pipe.




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