It is a network of passages that gathers the exhaust gases from various exhaust ports and directs them towards the catalysts and mufflers of the exhaust system.
A part with several passages through which exhaust gases leave the engine combustion chambers and enter the exhaust pipe.
The network of passages that gathers the exhaust gases from the various exhaust ports and routes them toward the catalysts and mufflers of the exhaust system. A manifold with free-flowing passages of a carefully designed configuration, called a ""header,"" can improve breathing.
The connecting pipes between the exhaust ports of each cylinder and the exhaust pipe. Sometimes called the " exhaust header," but it is usually made of steel tubing.
An assembly (usually an iron casting) that connects the exhaust ports to the remainder of the exhaust system. The exhaust manifold may include a heat-riser valve or port that heats the intake manifold to improve fuel vaporization.
a system of molded tubes which join into one large tube to conduct burned exhaust gases out of the engine's combustion chambers.
a manifold that receives exhaust gases from the cylinders and conducts them to the exhaust pipe
a pool of pipes engineered to collect gases from the engine cylinders and consequently direct them to the exhaust pipe for disposal
A steel or cast series of channels that collect exhaust from the cylinders and direct it to the exhaust system.
That part of the exhaust system that carries the exhaust gases from the cylinders to the exhaust pipe.
A set of pipes connected to the combustion chamber that carry exhaust gases from the engine to the exhaust system and out of the car through the tailpipe.
A component, generally of cast iron, with passages of unequal lengths that carry the exhaust gases from the exhaust ports to the header of the exhaust system.
A set of cast passages or pipes that conduct exhaust gases from the engine.