they will last awhile and you want to lose backpressure. Backpressure is not good you want to keep the gas moving (high gas velocity) to promote scavenging. That is why a pipe dia can be too big for a given setup. Air and gas move slower threu a larger pipe creating poor scavenging
ok well i picked up 2 glass packs 1 per outlet i got a 97 v8 but i i hadnt realize how truely long they where til i went home and saw that i dont have room for the ones i bought i got cherry bomb 2" louvered there the 26" ones and they stick out a good 3 inches so ima go back and see if they have some around 20" so i can through on a nice pair of chrome tips.
back to back pressure though. ive heard you want to keep back pressure and ive had some experience because it keeps torque? and i really dont want to loose all the torque i have i dont mind some but not all of it. not to mention isnt it better for the engine to have some back pressure
The smurf threw a cat deficiency code over the weekend, only 1 bank forget which side though. I've been data logging it lately to keep an eye on things.
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So I'm posting here because, well, most of the recommended headers you guys have listed here for 5.0 Birds are obsolete or no longer produced. I'm halfway through gathering parts for my GT40 build and the only roadblock I'm hitting is this.
Now that I got the correct cat forward exhaust assembly for the car, I have some options on the cat back exhaust. I have the option to replace the cat back exhaust and mufflers. The rear tube of the assembly below is just a reducer and has no muffler capabilities. As I learned with the two...
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