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- 12-17-06, 01:51 PM #1
i know there have been many discussions about exhaust systems. i want to go with true duals and i'm leaning towards the aluminized chambered exhaust from Mid-America. i was wonderin' if anyone had this setup.....how's the sound?....better performance if any? thanks,,,,mike
- 12-17-06, 02:36 PM #2
I was wondering the same thing. I currently have true duals, no cats, and glasspacks at the end on my 1980 L82, but I get too much popping on deceleration. I was trying to decide between chambered exhaust system or side pipes.
- 12-17-06, 04:20 PM #3
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- '69 Convertible Vette; '72 Z28 Camaro Rally Sport
I have the Mid America 2.5" chambered exhaust system. It's a good kit, fairly easy to install. It's indeed a loud system -- but soooo cool! Excellent rumble at idle and a head-turner at WOT!!!
Mustang's don't come close to this growl...
To reduce the deceleration pops - and increase some low end torque, spend another $33 from Summit and get their 2.5" H-Pipe (part # SUM-642025). Install the H-pipe when you do the whole system and save the later hassle.
Here's a recent CAC post on this topic: http://corvetteactioncenter.com/foru...ad.php?t=89691
Oh, and here's the Summit Racing H-Pipe: http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
1969 Corvette Convertible (build date December 14, 1968),
L-36 427, 390 hp (3963512 block; 3964290 heads), Muncie M-21, Monza Red, Black Top & Black Interior. VB&P Gymkhana 550 lbs/inch coil springs, Bilstein Sport shocks. In progress... full body-off restoration.
1972 Camaro Z-28, Rally Sport, Cranberry Red/Black Stripes.
LS-6 454/425, Muncie M-21, 9.8:1 CR, Lunati 60204 Voodoo Cam (Dur 276/284, Lift .554/.572), Holley 3310-3 (750 CFM), Weiand 8019 Stealth Intake, 3.73:1 Rear, Flowtech Headers 1.75" Primaries, Chambered Exhaust, Custom Works GT Coil Springs, Hotchkis Sport Shocks.
- 12-17-06, 07:43 PM #4
thanks for the help guys.
80VetteL82, i think side exhaust on an '80 would look pretty slick.
fine69, thanks for the tip on the H-pipe, i wouldn't have thought of it. as far as sound goes, i would rather listen to a healthy exhaust note than the radio.
- 12-17-06, 09:35 PM #5
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- Dark Blue 1982 Trans Am(s): Polo Green 1995 MN6
- 12-18-06, 08:18 AM #6
Looks great man. Do you think straight side pipes would be too much, and I should put a muffler in there? What did you do? Im not to familiar with side exhausts, so im not sure how they are set up.
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