"Refers to the portion of the exhaust system from the outlet of a turbocharger to the final vent to open air. Turbo-back systems are generally produced as aftermarket performance systems for cars with turbochargers. Some turbo-back (and header-back) systems replace stock catalytic converters with others having less flow restriction. Some systems eliminate the catalytic converter (sometimes called catless or no kitty), which may or may not be legal depending on geographic location and whether the car will be driven on public roads.
"Refers to the portion of the exhaust system from the outlet of the catalytic converter to the final vent to open air. This generally includes the pipe from the converter to the muffler, the muffler itself, and the final length of pipe to open air. Cat-back exhaust systems are a very popular aftermarket performance enhancement. They generally use larger diameter pipe than the stock system. Good systems will have mandrel-bent turns that allow the exhaust gas to exit with as little back pressure as possible. The mufflers included in these kits are often glasspacks, again to reduce back pressure. If the system is engineered for a rice burner it may be tuned to enhance the lower sounds that are lacking from high-RPM low-displacement engines.
The system of exhausting the burned gases from an internal-combustion engine consisting of piping or tubing, silencers, and, at times, resonators. FIBERGLASS A very tough and durable plastic material with fibers running through the plastic. Used for race car bodies, many sports car bodies, and also enjoys considerable acceptance for passenger car bodies.
Exhaust is a bass clarinet, drum and tape trio from Montreal that started in the mid-90s. Their debut album was a self-released 7" cassette entitled 230596. Their first release on Constellation Records was in 1998 (vinyl).
To drain, metaphorically; to use or expend wholly, or till the supply comes to an end; to deprive wholly of strength; to use up; to weary or tire out; to wear out; as, to exhaust one's strength, patience, or resources.
The air flow leaving the treated space. Exhaust may be accomplished by one or more of the following methods: Extraction: exhaust in such a manner that the air is discharged into the atmosphere. Relief: exhaust in such a manner that the air is allowed to escape from the treated space if the pressure in that space rises above a specified level. Recirculation: exhaust in which the air is returned to the air treatment system. Transfer: exhaust in which air passes from the treated space to another treated space.