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Question 1:Most exhaust manifolds are made out of two types of iron. What are the two types?SatisfactoryYesNoAnswer:VerbalQuestioning requiredSatisfactoryYesNo
Question 2:What is the primary reason for tuned exhaust manifolds?Satisfactory
Question 3:What is a pyrometer and what is it used for?Satisfactory
Question 4:Why do many mufflers have drain holes drilled into them?SatisfactoryPage3of 8
Address: Level 1, 460 Bourke St., Melbourne, VIC – 3000, Email:[email protected], Ph: +61 3 8637 7700SatisfactoryYesNoQuestion 5:Name the parts of the exhaust system below.SatisfactoryYesNoAnswer:VerbalQuestioning requiredSatisfactoryYesNoQuestion 6:What can happen if you have a restricted exhaust system?SatisfactoryYesNoAnswer:VerbalQuestioning requiredSatisfactoryYesNoAURTTZ002AssessmentMalvern Institute Pty Ltd trading as Central Melbourne InstituteCRICOS Provider Code 03351G RTO No. 40669Page4of 8
Address: Level 1, 460 Bourke St., Melbourne, VIC – 3000, Email:[email protected], Ph: +61 3 8637 7700

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