ExhausTEC Technology

What is ExhausTEC or Exhaust Torque Expansion Chamber?

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What is ExhausTEC?

The term ExhausTec stands for Exhaust Torque Expansion Chamber used in the engine's exhaust system.

ExhausTEC Technology (Photo Courtesy: Bajaj)
ExhausTEC Technology (Photo Courtesy: Bajaj)

For - Improved low and mid-range torque of the engine. By - Bajaj Pulsar

How ExhausTEC works:

Exhaust Torque Expansion Chamber device fits in the exhaust system of Bajaj Pulsar. Thus, it is a resonator (or a tuned-box) which fits onto the header pipe of the exhaust. According to Bajaj Auto, this technology improves 'scavenging' which is the process of pushing the exhaust gases out of the cylinder.

Furthermore, Bajaj Auto claims that the system helps to build negative pressure or vacuum at the exhaust valve in the lower rpm zones of the engine. And, it eventually results in sucking more air-fuel mixture into the cylinder during the opening of the intake valve.

Thus, it improves the low and mid-range torque of the engine. Bajaj Auto developed this technology and implemented in its Pulsar models.

Further, read information about this technology here. http://www.bajajauto.com/temp/mypulsar/

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