Ansa Tail Pipe & Accessories

We all have to learn to take care of our environment—and our respiratory systems for that matter—at some point in our lives. It is a common fact that a car can be hazardous to the environment and to the people if the smoke it belches is unchecked. This is why in most countries, governments established laws which limit the amount of toxic gases that a vehicle can emit. To comply with these ever-tightening regulations, car and auto parts manufacturers strive to develop highly effective exhaust systems. A vehicle's exhaust system is comprised of several parts: the muffler, the catalytic converter, and several exhaust pipes. These exhaust pipes are the front pipe, the intermediate pipe, and the tail pipe.

The tail pipe is quite literally the end of the exhaust system line. It is connected to the muffler, and is the final pipe that the waste gases have to pass through. Tail pipes are made from stainless steel, and are sometimes chrome-plated, to withstand the heat of the waste gases. In some vehicles, tail pipes are installed in a vertical manner instead of horizontally as seen in most cars. Vertical tail pipes are usually found on buses, trucks and tractors. Also, tail pipes are one of the least expensive parts of the exhaust system.

A highly-recommended tail pipe replacement is the Ansa tail pipe. Ansa tail pipes measure 46mm to 51mm in length, so you can choose which is best suited to your car. Like other Ansa products, every Ansa tail pipe is either mirror-polished or chrome-plated. This makes them resistant to corrosion, as well as a handy improvement to your car's appearance. Ansa's signature bolt-on and direct-fit qualities make every Ansa tail pipe easy to install—even without instructions. Adequately priced for a product with top-notch quality, an Ansa tail pipe is definitely a great buy.

Take care of your car's exhaust system and you take care of the environment and your family's health as well. With Ansa exhaust parts like the Ansa tail pipe, the style of your car—and its emission levels—are, indeed, very well taken cared of.

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