My name is Louis Alexander, and I want to thank you for stopping by my website. I have an active family that consists of my wife Janice, our three children, two dogs, three horses, and me. We needed not only a truck that could tow, but also one that would comfortably seat my family. We are on the road for many hours when traveling to horse shows or on camping trips. We needed a new vehicle. One that would be capable of towing our horse trailer and travel trailer. I did a great deal of research online before venturing out to test drive trucks. I learned a lot about tow capabilities and capacities. I also discovered some differences between trucks that ran on diesel and gasoline. I’m going to share some of the information I found out about trucks and hope you find it of value.
If you face a lengthy daily commute, the money you spend on gas can become a real issue. Even if gas prices fall, finding ways to use gas more efficiently as you drive can help you to free up money in your budget for other expenses and wants. One way to improve the efficiency of your car is to install aftermarket performance parts. In particular, you should focus on how to improve the air intake components of your car.
Problems with Stock Air Intake Components
Cars require fuel, air, and a spark to combust fuel in the combustion chamber. It is the rapid expansion of gases following this combustion that drives the pistons and generates power for your automobile. In order to get air into the chamber, an engine depends on the suction created by the receding piston. While this system works, it does not pull enough air into the chamber to combust all of the fuel present. When you improve your air intake system, you need to focus on forcing more air into the combustion chamber.
Start with a Manifold
A manifold is a metal block that contains tubes that channel air to the various compression chambers in your engine. A stock manifold may have sharp corners which can constrict air flow. Furthermore, a stock manifold may not be designed to hold up to the increased pressure you create when your force more air into your combustion chamber. Thus, before you take steps to increase air flow, you need to install a manifold that can handle the increased demands you will place on it.
Install a Turbocharger
Your turbocharger will have a fan at one end that harnesses the power of the exhaust gases escaping out of your engine to power a fan which pushes more air into your engine. While many people use turbochargers to increase the power their motor kicks out, if you utilize conservative driving techniques, you can use a turbocharger to more fully combust the fuel your engine burns and, thus, improve your fuel economy.
If you do not feel like you have the skills to remove and replace your manifold or to install a turbocharger, then you can take your car to an automotive repair shop like the Cadwalader Service Centre, Inc. The mechanics there should have the training and experience necessary to quickly handle the repairs, so you can get your car back out on the road and start enjoying improved fuel economy.Share
5 January 2015