The truck has diverse systems that work in harmony to make it run. This makes the truck highly comparable to the human body. In order for a person to live well, all of the systems must be running smoothly. Just the same, the truck needs to have all of its systems operating in good condition. So if a person has the circulatory system, the truck has the engine and the ignition system. Since people eat, they need to digest what they consumed so that waste could be eliminated.
Using an EBC is the safest way to raise boost, it will prevent spiking and over-boosting. But it really comes down to your budget. If you can afford an EBC, get one. If you can’t, go with a MBC. And always keep an eye on that boost gauge. And whatever you are using to control boost, remember to not get carried away, I don’t recommend going regularly over 18psi.
Check the exhaust system, including the catalytic converter price guide, for rust and holes, and repairs. Finding an old exhaust bandage flapping around under there can be a big hint.
Hence, the human body has the digestive system and the excretory system. Likewise, the truck has its own emissions control system, and then the exhaust system. Both systems help the truck filter out combusted fuels as well as noxious waste or emissions. Noticeably, both the human body and the truck follow the same principle.
Be prepared. Take a couple of rags with you when you go to look at a used car and wear clothing that can get dirty. You are going to get dirty when you check out a used car.
Beginning from the front of the car, install the exhaust piece up and then put it onto the pipe in front of it. Don’t tighten it up all the way until you have all parts on.
I’m sure there’s much more that can be shared about buying a used car, but this should be enough to help you consider the used cars you’re looking at.