What Should You Know About Lamborghini Exhaust Systems?

Even today, Lamborghini tops the list of the luxurious cars and it has always been among the top-rated cars and moreover, it is still a dream car for a large number of people. This luxurious car model Gallardo is defined by its use of classic sports car technology- an exceptionally powerful engine combined with rare-wheel drive adopting a specifically developed ESP system.

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Most of the exotic supercars sound nice but Lamborghini Gallardo is simply awesome. If you own this car, it is necessary for you to maintain its exhaust system in a top condition. The different models of this car have different technical specifications and performance needs. The exhaust system is designed as per the specific model and, therefore, Lamborghini Gallardo’s Performance exhaust system is designed specifically to enhance the speed and performance level.

What are the parts of an exhaust?

Exhaust manifold/ header: This is the first point of contact for the exhaust gases after they exit the cylinder head. The idea of upgrading to an exhaust header comes down to increasing the exhaust piping diameter and scavenging by aligning the exhaust pulses in a favourable fashion.

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Catalytic converter: This device allows you to still breathe the air while you’re driving in extremely adverse conditions. It intakes incoming NOx, CO and unburnt hydrocarbons from the exhaust and converts it into much less harmful N2, O2, CO2 and H2O.

Piping: It is not an ideal tactic to have exhaust gas pump directly beneath your car, filling your cabins with fumes. You’ll need some pipes to route the air elsewhere.

Resonator: This is not a necessary part of an exhaust but it is many times included as it helps to eliminate noise. Resonators are typically tuned to a specific frequency in which the engine noise is loud or undesirable.

Muffler: The main aim of Lamborghini Gallardo exhaust muffler is to eliminate the noise. The most common ways they work is by redirecting the airflow. Along the way, the exhaust passes through porous pipes which allow the exhaust gases to expand into the sound deadening material, minimizing the noise that finally exits the tailpipe.