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$300
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Posted on: 02 Dec 2019 | Updated on : 02 Dec 2019 | 42 views

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Blk 3007 Ubi Road 1 #01-426 S(408701)
9am - 6pm (Mon - Fri) 9am - 3.30pm (Sat) Closed on Sun & PHs
67454700 / 96350350

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Extractor (for Mit. Lancer EX) available in 1.5L & 2L

 

An extractor is another name for a header, which is to say, the part of the exhaust system that bolts to the engine, but it's usually a specific KIND of header.

 

An extractor is basically a set of tubes that bolt to the engine at one end and to a collector (the place where all the tubes come together) at the other. When the piston pushes the exhaust out of the cylinder on the fourth part of the combustion cycle (suck, squish, bang, blow), you can think of the exhaust leaving the cylinder as a "pulse."

 

When this pulse leaves the tube and goes into the collector, the pressure in the tube portion drops, creating a partial vacuum. Think of this as a "negative pulse." (This negative pulse, by the way, travels at the speed of sound.)

 

What makes extractors work is that when each pulse hits the collector and its negative pulse bounces back up the tube, it can actually help the NEXT pulse get out of the combustion chamber because there's this partial-vacuum right at the exhaust valve. If it's all timed just right, the extractor sucks the exhaust out of the cylinder, which has two benefits:

 

1 - Less work is required to push the exhaust out into the tube. Result: More power at the crankshaft.

 

2 - If the intake valve and the exhaust valve are open at the same time, having this little vacuum at the exhaust can actually help suck in some of the intake charge a little early. This means there will be more air/fuel mix in the cylinder, and you'll make more power because there's more stuff to burn.

 

Cash & carry.

 

*Diners, OCBC, Maybank & UOB

Credit Cards Installment Available

 

*Disclaimer : Prices may varies due to model specification, workmanship and other factor.

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Extractor (for Mit. Lancer EX) available in 1.5L & 2L

 

An extractor is another name for a header, which is to say, the part of the exhaust system that bolts to the engine, but it's usually a specific KIND of header.

 

An extractor is basically a set of tubes that bolt to the engine at one end and to a collector (the place where all the tubes come together) at the other. When the piston pushes the exhaust out of the cylinder on the fourth part of the combustion cycle (suck, squish, bang, blow), you can think of the exhaust leaving the cylinder as a "pulse."

 

When this pulse leaves the tube and goes into the collector, the pressure in the tube portion drops, creating a partial vacuum. Think of this as a "negative pulse." (This negative pulse, by the way, travels at the speed of sound.)

 

What makes extractors work is that when each pulse hits the collector and its negative pulse bounces back up the tube, it can actually help the NEXT pulse get out of the combustion chamber because there's this partial-vacuum right at the exhaust valve. If it's all timed just right, the extractor sucks the exhaust out of the cylinder, which has two benefits:

 

1 - Less work is required to push the exhaust out into the tube. Result: More power at the crankshaft.

 

2 - If the intake valve and the exhaust valve are open at the same time, having this little vacuum at the exhaust can actually help suck in some of the intake charge a little early. This means there will be more air/fuel mix in the cylinder, and you'll make more power because there's more stuff to burn.

 

Cash & carry.

 

*Diners, OCBC, Maybank & UOB

Credit Cards Installment Available

 

*Disclaimer : Prices may varies due to model specification, workmanship and other factor.

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Blk 3007 Ubi Road 1 #01-426 S(408701)
9am - 6pm (Mon - Fri) 9am - 3.30pm (Sat) Closed on Sun & PHs
67454700 / 96350350

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