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|Subject: Wagon Exhaust Wed Nov 17, 2010 3:04 pm|| |
So I yanked my old exhaust out today, and installed the pieces I have been collecting all year. I just got the last over the axle pipe needed to start.
I then cut both over the axle pipes after they go over the axle, and parallel with the axle tubes. I them started cutting and try fitting, then finally welded the OTA pipes to become tail pipes. The mufflers I used came with the intermidiate pipes, and are junk, and far to loud for my liking, but work for now.
All in all, I think it came out great except the mufflers. I have that problem solved.
The video I made gives you an idea of sound, but not the volume. Thes flowmaster 40s are not only too loud, but the baffles are rusted and the sound cruising is horrible.
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|Subject: Re: Wagon Exhaust Sat Nov 20, 2010 9:12 pm|| |
Hey billy, how much to duplicate a set of these for me?
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|Subject: Re: Wagon Exhaust Sat Nov 20, 2010 9:59 pm|| |
Those look great, Billy! I don't know how I missed this post before. For some reason I thought it was a for sale post, and I didn't look cuz I didn't need them, lol.
I need to learn how to weld.
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|Subject: Re: Wagon Exhaust Sat Nov 20, 2010 10:08 pm|| |
An act of congress.
- 96Brougham wrote:
- Hey billy, how much to duplicate a set of these for me?
Actually I whipped those together in about an hour using just the dynomax over the axle pipes, and one 18" piece of straight pipe.
Buy a cat back like Jegs or hooker, and a piece of straight pipe, or even a frankenstien exhaust like mine is, and I can duplicate the tails to fit the wagon and exit in the same spots.
I am also using band clamps this time around, as I can easily pull the system for other repairs like tranny swaps, and also so I can change the mufflers if I choose.
- toomanytoyz wrote:
- Those look great, Billy! I don't know how I missed this post before. For some reason I thought it was a for sale post, and I didn't look cuz I didn't need them, lol.
Who you kidding? You know a guy!
- toomanytoyz wrote:
- I need to learn how to weld.
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