Common Commercial Vehicle Q&A
Have a commercial vehicle exhaust question? Read on to get the answers to common questions.
Q: What is the difference between the Walker® Mega-Flow® and Mega-Flow NOISEBRAKER ® muffler?
A: The Walker Mega-Flow is a straight-through commercial performance muffler for class 7 and 8 trucks. The straight-through internal design of the Walker Mega-Flow muffler reduces backpressure without sacrificing acoustics.
The Walker Mega-Flow NOISEBRAKER muffler utilizes our exclusive triple tuning chamber noise reduction technology to provide a bolt-on solution to absorb unwanted engine brake noise/bark.
Q: What’s the best muffler to work with an engine braking system?
A: The Walker Mega-Flow NOISEBRAKER muffler utilizes our exclusive triple tuning chamber noise reduction technology to provide a bolt-on solution to absorb unwanted engine brake noise/bark.
Q: What is the width of a Walker Mega-Clamp®?
A: The Walker Mega-Clamp has an overall width of 3".
Q: The Walker Mega-Clamp has black sealant on the inside joint. Should I remove the plastic wrap, covering the sealant, before installation?
A: Yes, removing the plastic wrap will allow the sealant to disperse evenly across the clamp joint once tightened together.
Q: What is the difference between butt and lap joint band clamps?
A: Lap joint band clamps are used to connect OD to ID pipe. Butt joint band clamps are used to connect OD to OD or ID to ID pipe.
Q: What temperature range is Walker flex pipe rated for?
A: Galvanized - Recommend for applications of up to 600°F/315°C.
Aluminized - Recommend for applications from 600°F to 1200°F/315° to 650°C.
Stainless Steel - Recommend for applications over 1200°F/650°C.
Q: What is the Tech-FitSM catalog?
A: The Walker Commercial Vehicle Tech-Fit utilizes on-hand inventory pipes and parts to create fast, easy replacement alternatives instead of waiting for non-stocking direct-fit parts.
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