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Exhaust system for automobile engine










Image Number 15 for United States Patent #6702062.

An exhaust system having an exhaust manifold that comprises a plurality of single-shell discrete exhaust pipes connected to an engine, a double-shell collective chambered pipe joined to the discrete exhaust pipes and comprising an internal pipe shell into which exhaust gas streams passing through the discrete exhaust pipes are introduced and merge together and an external pipe shell surrounding the internal pipe shell, and a spherical joint connecting the collective chambered pipe to the exhaust pipe. The discrete exhaust pipe has a bent portion and a straight portion continuously extending from the bent portion to the collective chambered pipe. The bent portions of the respective discrete exhaust pipes are oriented toward a center of a straight row of cylinders so as to lay the straight portions of the discrete exhaust pipes nearly parallel to one another.








 
 
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