Most people are taught to recycle. In many cases this is a good habit to have as it has good long term results. At times there are some major disadvantages to this practice. This is not an attempt to get people to stop recycling or feel badly but to think about what is happening during the process. There is more to the whole picture of recycling than it appears when you also weigh in environmental impacts as well.
When you have to replace your cat-back system you have many choices. The simplest is to go to a new car dealer and buy the exact same equipment that came with your car. This is fine for most drivers. However, there are some people who are looking for something beyond the stock system.
Glass recycle catalytic converters is not just for bottles. There are many different types of glass-related products that are throw out in the trash everyday in the average home. It could be broken dishes or light bulbs. Any type of glass can be recycled and it should be recycled. So, instead of throwing your broken or used glass items in the trash – recycle them.
Spokes persons for many power companies warned thieve and the general public of the danger of stealing power lines and cables from towers. Yes, stealing cables from towers. I can remember a new cast where thieves stole cables from a power pole and they were lucky they were not electrocuted. What does all this have to do with shopping around for a catalytic converter? I’m almost there.
So is bigger really better? To understand and to be able to take a side on this great debate, one must know what really happens and what purpose does the exhaust pipe serve.
The Tanabe Hyper Medallion, the discontinued Tanabe G-Power Medallion and the GReddy (SP) Street Performance seem to be the quietest. At anything less than full throttle, they are no louder than stock. But at full throttle they seem to “wake up” a bit.
Get your welding gloves and helmet on and fully weld the tubing together. Make sure always that the tube has no gaps to ensure that there are no leaks.