Well, in the most basic sense, the exhaust pipe that you find in your vehicle is a tube that actually guides any exhaust or waste gases away from your car’s engine. It is very essential for if the waste gases simply accumulate in your car’s engine, you and your passengers can actually suffer from poisoning of these gases and it could be very lethal.

3) Catback exhaust: These exhaust systems start where the headers end. They connect to the catalytic converter recycling and replace the entire exhaust system to the back of the car. Depending on how free flowing the stock exhaust is on your car this may be one of the last upgrades you choose to do. These exhaust systems aren’t cheap and may require welding and/or professional installation. They usually give your car a higher performance sound over the stock setup. It is also possible to just replace the mufflers if all you care about is the sound.

Radiators whether copper or aluminum are worth taking off to sell. You’ll probably only get a few dollars for an aluminum radiator, but you should get $10 or so for a copper radiator.

The stock ignition system is VERY capable of supplying enough fire for a BPU(TM)’d car. The stock ignition system uses 6 large coils, one for each cylinder. So the system is capable of supporting VERY impressive HP levels. You may need to change to a colder range plug with a tighter gap (see below).

There are a few additional angles here. Since the company is Japan’s largest exporter, it would benefit greatly from any weakness in the yen, which I consider as the world’s most overpriced currency. Think of the stock as a long dated yen put. Look at the charts for Ford, US cars sales, and the palladium used for recycle catalytic converters, and it is obvious that the world is seeing a surge in global car sales.

The stock intercooler does a decent job up till about 17psi on the stock turbos, after that you would probably notice a significant gain, especially in warmer temperatures, with a nice front mount intercooler. However keep in mind it will block some of the airflow to the radiator as catalytic converter recycler well as decreasing response slightly.

The device is easy to use, yes, I know I do not have one, but I have seen it done at AutoZone and on TV. The hardest part appears to be finding the place to connect it in your car (often under the dashboard). CarMD’s online data based is a good place to start a search.

Check for the water level after every three hours. Water level decreases when the car starts because HHO is burned. The problem regarding this set up is that it has more room for warm HHO. Just follow this tip to make sure that you preserve your engine for a longer time. You will only cost a few bucks and in return you reap whole lot of benefits.