As part of upgrading to a more energy efficient fridge, you may want to consider what to do with your old one. Maybe your old fridge is still working, so you are considering keeping it out in the garage as a second fridge/backup/drinks fridge. Or have you every seen old fridges dumped on the side of the road? In any case, you may want to think about what to do with your fridge after it has passed its useful life – now remember a fridges useful life is about 15 years after which the cost of keeping it far exceeds any usefulness you think it may have. Well there is no need to dump the fridge. They are really easy to recycle which is both a good thing for the environment and your hip pocket. Here are some easy ways to recycle your fridge.
Chassis, electrical, and suspension components should see little effect on reliability on street driven Supras. The stock 2JZ-GTE engine should hold up pretty well to this power level. Just how long depends on maintenance, and how hard you drive it, and how often. But typically Supras can go for years at this power level. The transmission reliability will depend on whether it’s an Automatic or Manual. A stock automatic will not hold this much power, a built transmission will be required, and it’s reliability will depend on it’s design and construction. The 6spd Manual should hold up just fine, as well as the rear differential and axles.
Cat back or Turbo Back. The most common question from new Evolution owners ask is “should I buy a turbo back or cat back exhaust system”. This is usually a hang up for people new to modifying cars, especially turbo cars. While a turbo back will give you more power, it will also cost more. A turbo back exhaust includes more piping, and sometimes a catalytic converter recycler catalytic converters or test pipe, and down pipe. On average a turbo back will set you back $250 more than a cat back system.
Many of these parts will need replacement over the life of your car. There are a variety of aftermarket companies that manufacture recycle catalytic converters some or all of these components as replacement parts.
Well, you might sling some more shine off those tires, because your HHO will add horsepower. Other than that, nobody will know your using HHO unless they pop your hood. The proof is always under the hood. My point is you can alter and reverse alter your vehicle when you want. This doesn’t effect your warranty and is completely reversible… except explaining the extra slung slick! The benefits of HHO power far outweigh the initial costs.
This problem is especially challenging because most people lack the skills or knowledge to know whether a particular task has been performed. For example, if you instruct your mechanic to swap out your failing fuel pump with a new OEM replacement, will you know whether the pump is new? Or, could your auto technician put in a badly-designed rebuilt without your knowledge? In most vehicles, this component is installed within the gas tank, so it’s difficult to visually inspect the work.
For the same reason gunshots are loud, engine exhaust is loud. Sure, it might be cool to drive around on the street with that testosterone producing, chest-thumping, 150 decibel roar coming from your car… for about 5.3 seconds. Even the gentleman’s gentleman has got to use a muffler, or system of mufflers, on their exhaust.