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.
Price. The overall price of an exhaust system varies wildly depending on materials used and manufacturers. Be prepared to pay minimum $650 for a cat back and $850 for a turbo back.
Stay Legal. Depending on where you live and how you drive you evo there may be different laws you will need to know regarding a new exhaust system. Most states require that vehicles have catalytic converter s installed, Although, not all states check, but if you get caught with out one the fines are outrageous. For off road only or race cars no catalytic converter is fine, this is commonly called a straight pipe, or test pipe. For a street legal car, a high flow cat is recommended. This will add to the cost of your exhaust system, but there will be no power loss like there would be from using a stock catalytic converter. Some states also have noise ordinances, so the sound level coming from your tail pipe needs to be below the legal limit to keep you compliant.
Due to the make up of the liner used in the cups, they are often not recyclable in a large number of municipal recycling programs rendering them to the landfills as large amounts of waste. Luckily, this is changing.
More and more larger cities are also offering catalytic converter bins on their city streets. These cities are encouraging their citizens to recycle wherever they are. Some public businesses also are encouraging recycling on their premises and this can encourage the people who shop or eat there to recycle.
I recommend starting with raising the boost of the stock turbos to roughly 18psi. This will require a quality boost gauge and a boost cut eliminator (GReddy BCC). You will achieve 15 or so PSI with the stock Down Pipe in place. This will provide an addition of approximately 30rwhp. After those modifications are completed, it would be a logical next step to install the Down Pipe and Cat-Back Exhaust at the same time. You will now be at full BPU(TM).
All you need to do with this recycling project for kids is to take a milk carton and cut an opening on its side. You do not have to throw out the portion you have cut out, though. You can fold it and glue it to the upper side of the opening on the milk carton so it would look like a flap. This flap should be stiff so it would not fall on the heads of the birds as they feed from the milk carton.
Save on fuel and emissions. Wherever possible, if you have to drive to take your recycled waste to a public recycle bin area try and drop your recycling whilst on your way somewhere rather than making a special trip. This will save any additional pollution from driving and will save you petrol. Better still, if the recycling area is not far then take a stroll up there!