My bird IS the word
mybirdistheword
5/28/20
5:33 PM
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The dual underslung mufflers is correct for your car anyway, so yeah, I never saw the need to go backwards to that tucked in crossflow system.  I’d do what you did too.

5/28/20
4:34 PM
1

The 1978 Pontiac 400 TA’s had a single 1-inlet 2-outlet muffler that sat up in the space between the rear axle and the trunk, so the whole exhaust was tucked up under the car all neat and tidy. The manifolds went to a single pipe then to a single cat and then to a single muffler which had the 2 outlets to each chrome

5/25/20
9:07 PM
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Annoying the neighbors is the only reason to have a loud exhaust. I'm thinking about quieter mufflers with cut outs for when I pull in the lot. 

5/25/20
9:06 PM
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Same mufflers I have on the Chevelle (though I made my own H-pipe instead of dealing with a welded-together X). Should sounds good!

5/24/20
3:38 PM
2

For right now I would at least see if you can spray some rust converter inside the frame rail.

5/24/20
3:32 PM
3

Step one, make sure those aren’t recalled HF jack stands (don’t know if this has been covered before with you) Read more

5/24/20
3:10 PM
2

That’s not a good sign for sure, you need a welder. A simple MIG will do the trick and just grind as much of the bad metal away as you can and weld in a piece of thick plate or even box the whole area if you’re really ambitious. Read more

5/24/20
1:52 PM
2

Look closely. Those are plastic covers on the rear tires. This is a big wheel drift trike made especially for sliding around. Read more

5/21/20
12:57 PM
3

I'm not a porsche lover, but this car does it for me. I'm never going to drive as fast as the car will go, I'll never drive it on a track, but I might go find a curvy road and get my heart rate up some and this seems like a pretty cool place to do it. I configured one and it came to $175,000 so it's all fantasy Read more

5/19/20
9:43 PM
2

Yeah, in that segment you have the upper trims of the pony cars, the Vette, and...the reviled Supra?You also have lower trims of the 718 that sound like a Subaru, which, no thank you. I’m sure there are a few others.

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