[WANTED] 3'' x pipe exhaust needed

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  1. SGBARRACUDA

    SGBARRACUDA ROY FABO Gold Member

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    Thought I would ask on here before I order one from TTI. I need one for a 68 Barracuda SB with TTI 340 Step headers. Maybe some mufflers too, depends on what you have. I don't think I have room for tail pipes so with or without will work. Thanks
     
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    Just thought I'd share what I'm running...
    I ditched my twin flowmaster for a dynomax x muffler
    Amazon.com: Dynomax 17553 Ultra Flo X Stainless Steel Muffler: Automotive
    . I needed an x pipe and rolled the dice on it. I love the sound . Its all I run just the x muffler and dumped before the axle. Has a really mean sound. Less like and old truck that the flowmasters sounded to me.

    It was a tight fit though because it's long and has to clear the driveshaft obviously but it's in there with some tight mandrel 90's

    Just thought I'd share cause I love it
     
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    scampman 68 dart gt guy

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    would it be possible to see your exhaust system, I am kind of leaning that way for my car.
     
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    SGBARRACUDA ROY FABO Gold Member

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    Really, I'm curious how you got it under ther.
     
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    I'll snap some pics tonight.
    I used of of these mandrel bent doughnuts and cut my angles from it...
    Look at this on eBay Mandrel Bend Donut Exhaust Intake Mild Steel Turbo acc. 3.0" 3.0in 3in 3.00" 3 | eBay

    Cutting This in quarters and welding them up was the tightest S bend I could do myself and it worked for me



    I will say it does not tuck as high as I would have really wanted but it does not hang any lower than the header flanges or the rear diff so I'm cool with it .
     
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    scampman 68 dart gt guy

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    that is ok, I just wanted a photo I can run by my exhaust guy, thanks for going out of your way to take photos. brian
     
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    swingin408 newb....kinda

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    The dart sits pretty low so this is the best I could do in the dark this morning...
    You can see I did use some braided flex pipe between the header and s bend.
    I'm also no pipe fitter but it works and cost less than $200. But here ya go
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      swingin408 newb....kinda

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      I'm running Doug's headers BTW. And there's probably about 1.5" between the end of the muffler and the driveshaft. It's hasnt touched so far
       
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