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"... We are talking about carbon monoxide and dioxide, nitrogen oxides, phosphorus and sometimes even some unburned fuel particles. All these products are in a very hot gaseous state and have a high rate of speed, since there are literally explosions taking place inside an internal combustion engine's cylinder(s). These gases exit the cylinders and enter the exhaust manifold, which is technically a merger of several tubes/pipes which converge. After that, in modern cars ..." Continue Reading →
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