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Custom Exhaust, Muffler & Emission

Whether your exhaust is blowing smoke, making noise or just anything in between, Global is here to provide complete exhaust services. We also offer Custom Exhaust work for both Performance Enhancement, and Sound Customization to make your ride as unique as the driver. More info below:

    1. Performance Enhancement: One of the primary reasons for installing a custom exhaust system is to improve the performance of the vehicle. By optimizing the exhaust flow and reducing restrictions, custom exhausts can enhance horsepower and torque, resulting in better acceleration and overall performance.

    2. Sound Customization: Many car enthusiasts desire a unique exhaust note that reflects the personality of their vehicle. Custom exhaust systems offer the flexibility to achieve specific sound characteristics, ranging from aggressive and throaty to subtle and refined. This is often achieved through the selection of mufflers, resonators, and exhaust pipe configurations.


    • Function: Mufflers are designed to reduce the noise produced by the exhaust gases exiting the engine. They contain chambers and baffles that disrupt and absorb sound waves, effectively dampening the noise.
    • Components: Mufflers typically consist of an outer shell, perforated tubes, and sound-deadening materials such as fiberglass or steel wool. As exhaust gases pass through the muffler, they are forced to travel through these chambers, which reduce noise levels.
    • Types: There are various types of mufflers available, including chambered, turbo, and straight-through designs. Each type offers different levels of noise reduction and performance characteristics.
    • Importance: Mufflers not only improve driver comfort by reducing exhaust noise but also help comply with noise regulations in many jurisdictions.
  1. Exhaust System:

    • Function: The exhaust system serves to direct exhaust gases away from the engine and expel them safely outside the vehicle. It includes components such as exhaust manifolds, catalytic converters, resonators, and tailpipes.
    • Exhaust Manifold: The exhaust manifold collects exhaust gases from the engine cylinders and channels them into the exhaust system.
    • Catalytic Converter: Catalytic converters are emission control devices that reduce harmful pollutants in the exhaust gases, such as carbon monoxide (CO), hydrocarbons (HC), and nitrogen oxides (NOx), through chemical reactions.
    • Resonator: Resonators are similar to mufflers but primarily designed to reduce specific frequencies of exhaust noise, often targeting drone or resonance.
    • Tailpipe: The tailpipe is the final section of the exhaust system, expelling the exhaust gases outside the vehicle.
    • Importance: A properly functioning exhaust system ensures the safe removal of exhaust gases from the engine, improves engine performance, and helps minimize harmful emissions.
  2. Emission Systems:

    • Function: Emission systems are responsible for controlling and reducing harmful pollutants emitted by the vehicle’s engine. They include components such as catalytic converters, oxygen sensors, exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valves, and evaporative emission control systems.
    • Catalytic Converter: As mentioned earlier, catalytic converters play a key role in reducing emissions by converting harmful pollutants into less harmful substances through chemical reactions.
    • Oxygen Sensors: Oxygen sensors monitor the oxygen levels in the exhaust gases and provide feedback to the engine control unit (ECU), allowing for precise fuel-air mixture control to optimize combustion and reduce emissions.
    • EGR Valve: EGR valves recirculate a portion of exhaust gases back into the engine’s intake manifold to reduce combustion temperatures and minimize the formation of nitrogen oxides (NOx).
    • Evaporative Emission Control: This system prevents fuel vapors from escaping into the atmosphere by capturing and storing them in a charcoal canister until they can be purged and burned in the engine.
    • Importance: Emission systems are essential for environmental protection and regulatory compliance, as they help reduce air pollution and minimize the impact of vehicle emissions on human health and the environment.