About Connecting Pipe
The exhaust system consists mainly of different shaped pipes, each built to communicate with each other, each pipe is responsible for moving the exhaust gases to the back of the car where the final exhaust outlet is present but there are many specific parts. In other words, the system simply looks like a bunch of linked pipe segments running from the engine bay to the rear bumper from the outside, although some serve an additional function as the exhaust flows through that particular pipe.
How It Works?
Connecting pipe’s main purpose is to properly join the components like Resonator and Muffler. Connecting pipes work on the same principle as a chimney, there is a temperature difference between exhaust gas and the environment, this causes a draft to be created and this in turn push the flue gases out from the exhaust. The Connecting pipe should be designed in such a way that it lets the exhaust gases flow un-restricted and does not causes backdraft.
Where does it fit?
Attaching pipe is mounted under the car and is used for attaching the resonator to the muffler. Based on the configuration of the vehicle the connecting pipe can be straight or bent. The connecting pipe is specifically designed to fit the components properly, and also to fit under the car in such a way as to accommodate other parts such as axle, drive shaft and chassis configuration.