One of the keys to more power out of your car is getting air into and out of the engine in the most efficient manner. You will want the maximum amount of air coming into the engine, because the more air in the combustion chambers mixed with the correct amount of fuel will result in the maximum power being developed. In the same fashion once the combustion has taken place you want the maximum amount of residual air/fuel gases out of the combustion chambers so that new air/fuel can come in.
These are placed away from the engine compartment. Basically it’s the waste place of the car. It also significantly soothes noise output from the engine. And in the case of modern cars, reduce exhaust emissions.
Get it in writing. Any promises are meaningless unless you have them in writing. Car salespeople at car dealerships are notorious liars. What the seller says and what a warranty really covers can be 2 entirely different things. I was sold a car through Ebay by Farmerville Motors in Farmerville, Louisiana and the salesman promised that the car would pass inspection in my state. It did not pass due to a bad OBD system. The salesperson at Farmerville Motors stated that the entire emissions system on the car I purchased was covered. It was not. At a local GM dealership it was found that only the scrap catalytic converter price guide was covered, not any part of the OBD and emissions system. Get any promises in writing.
Next we have the recycle catalytic converters. These legally required emissions control devices are often accused of restricting a vehicle’s exhaust, but in the new Tundra that’s not the case. They are efficient and they benefit the environment, so they’re definitely off limits.
One important thing that happened to me some time ago is that I went to the gas station and filled up and as soon as I left the station I still smelled gas. I did not think a single thing of it but the next day, I could still smell gas in my car. I had the car looked at and catalytic converter recycler they came upon a small leak on the top portion of my gasoline tank. It is probably the most dangerous smell since any spark could very well trigger a fire. Therefore there’s no reason to go into detail on the subject of your car catching on fire. Therefore if you ever smell gasoline, get your car to a auto mechanic immediately.
Now we need to calculate our tire circumference. The rear tires section width it 255mm, and the sidewall’s aspect ratio is .40, so our sidewalls are 102mm. Now, to convert this to inches, we divide this by 25.4, which equal’s 4.015 inches. Now multiply this by two, since we have two sidewalls making up the total diameter, and add the wheel diameter of 17″, and we see a total diameter of 25.031 inches. Now to find out our circumference, we multiply that number times pi (3.14), and we find out the circumference is 78.59 inches, now divide that by 12 to convert to feet. And we get 6.549 feet total circumference.
Jinx aside, we exited Disney World as planned and got on the road on schedule. About a half an hour south of Jacksonville, my husband quietly turned to me “I really don’t want to tell you this, but the car isn’t accelerating.” I luckily had my laptop and a wireless WAN connection and found a Chevy dealership in Jacksonville.
One last difficulty, while not life threatening, that can be embarrassing is the fact that you can’t smell body odor. You would have no idea if you had bad breath, body odor or your hair smelled bad. Personal hygiene would have to by very meticulous and overly so to avoid any embarrassments. The same can be said of using too much or too many strongly scented products. You also couldn’t tell when you had overdone it on the perfume or cologne.