Free Flow Exhaust System
A standard exhaust system of any cart consists of a cast iron manifold, fitted on to the engine cylinder head to route exhaust gases out of the engine’s cylinder. This provides an exit for the exhaust gases. A Free Flow Exhaust System consists of pipes with a calculated length that allows a free passage to the exhaust gases. These pipes help in clearing the exhaust gases more efficiently with lesser restriction than in a (standard) stock exhaust system and translates into improved power delivery. An increase in power by around 8-12% and torque by about 6-10% is achieved. This results in enhanced performance (driving pleasure).

A free flow system consists of:

Header  |  Auxiliary Muffler  |  Expansion Chamber  |  Intermediate Pipes  |  Muffler (Stainless Steel)  |  Tail Ends


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