Category: Understanding Cars

Will exhaust effect performance of vehicle?

Yes, well… it almost does. This is why race cars tend to be louder. There is not much after the manifold Some nice tubing and that is about it. (they still have specific measurements). Exhaust systems certainly play a critical role in the performance of every engine.

Depth of Clutch

You must have heard about clutch a lot and if you are a driver of the manual transmission vehicle, you must also know its importance. Clutch is a device used in automotive vehicles which are used for connecting and disconnecting an engine to the transmission of a vehicle. The clutch is not only used in

Mechanism of Braking System

Did you ever wonder how just pressing a brake pedal can stop a car!!?? If you don’t then you must know brake hydraulics. If you don’t know brake hydraulics then let me tell you through this post. The important parts in the breaking mechanism are master cylinders and sleeve cylinders. Let’s talk about master cylinder.

Braking system in Automobiles

Every one of us knows that The Brake system of the vehicle is the most important safety system as it ensures the safety of million of lives. Can we imagine a wagon without a brake system!!? ….. RIDICULOUS. From D-Brake liquid-cooled led drive line brake (LCDB) to Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), we advanced a lot.

Use of Inappropriate Fuels

Using wrong fuels in your car is called as a process of misfuelling. The fuels most used these days are petrol and diesel. No other fuels are in use as much as these fuels are used. It is because of the efficiency of these fuels. These two fuels give away more combustion energy with less

Types of Lubrications!

You surely know something about your car’s lubrication system, but do you know that there is more than one mechanism for lubrication of the engine. If you are still unfamiliar to the term lubrication, well, it is a method in which oil (Viscous liquid Fluid) is applied to engine parts for more than just one

2-stroke engines!

The name 2-stroke itself explains that 2- stroke engines use engine cycle which lets the car run in 2 steps, in layman language. 2-stroke engines are usually light and hence cannot generate much power when compared to 4-stroke engines. So they are mostly used when low RPMs are required.