Choosing a Mitsubishi Evo exhaust system can be a hard task. The decision to purchase is a big one due to the amount of hard earned cash you Will have to part with. To help make the decision easier for you let’s look at some of the important things to consider when buying a new evo exhaust. There is no right answer as to which is best, but you should ask your self a few things to decide which is right for you.
When a car burns fuel gases are produced. They must be removed so that new fuel can be burned. The pistons in the engine’s cylinders force gas out of the engine. It passes through a muffler into tail pipes. The muffler also keeps the car running quietly. For about thirty years cars have been equipped with a recycle catalytic converters. It reduces pollution by converting harmful gases into carbon dioxide and water.
Radiators whether copper or aluminum are worth taking off to sell. You’ll probably only get a few dollars for an aluminum radiator, but you should get $10 or so for a copper radiator.
The stock ignition system is VERY capable of supplying enough fire for a BPU(TM)’d car. The stock ignition system uses 6 large coils, one for each cylinder. So the system is capable of supporting VERY impressive HP levels. You may need to change to a colder range plug with a tighter gap (see below).
Scrap prices have started to rise again and lots of people are now junking. My uncle has been doing it for years on the side and he makes pretty decent money with it. You can really get a lot of money for things like old recycle catalytic converters and copper. The thing is, that you have to go to the right places so you don’t get ripped off. A lot of places claim that they pay the highest prices for scrap and also the most cash for junk cars in RI, but a lot of them are taking you to the cleaners.
Check out the brake system. Look under catalytic converter recycler the front and back of the car. Look at the back of each wheel. You are looking for any wetness on the metal part of the back of each wheel. Leaky brakes and axels will show up wet on the back of the wheels. Touch and smell any fluid you find. Does it smell like brake fluid or gear oil? That will tell you what’s leaking. The brake or axel. Both can be costly repairs. No need to look at that car further if you can’t deal with either of those problems and the car has them.
The device is easy to use, yes, I know I do not have one, but I have seen it done at AutoZone and on TV. The hardest part appears to be finding the place to connect it in your car (often under the dashboard). CarMD’s online data based is a good place to start a search.
A lot of junk car companies will give you a price for the car, and then when they show up, they deduct the price of towing from the final cost. This is another trick. If they were going to deduct the towing from the price, then they should have told you that over the phone. So tell them no, and that you will only sell for the price agreed upon.