I’m looking to do side exhaust on my 67 Dart

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  1. 67DodgeDart360

    67DodgeDart360 Well-Known Member

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    I’m looking to do side exhaust on my 67 Dart. I’m not sure if I want it in front of the back wheels or in the back of the back wheels. If you have some pictures please post them. I’m getting my exhaust done this week. Not sure what I like.
     
  2. diymirage

    diymirage HP@idle > hondaHP@redline

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    I'll toss some pics of my duster up tomorrow, it exits right before the rear wheels
    (Or search for my name, you'll find it)
     
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    diymirage HP@idle > hondaHP@redline

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    X pipe before cutting it

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    one of the mufflers moved up (you can still see the drivers side further back)

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    hangers mounted

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    and slant cut tips

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    i didnt like the way that close up didnt sit parellel, so i cut and rewelded it, final look

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    there are a few more guys that posted about it in here

    before the axle turn downs | Page 2 | For A Bodies Only Mopar Forum
     
  4. 67Dart273

    67Dart273 FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    I wish I had photos of the side exit on my old 70RR. My friend the original owner had this done, and the muffler guy was an artist. Of course the RR is a larger platform. The system was "kinda" an H shape......came off the headers, crossover tube, mufflers and side exhaust which was tied together toard the rear. This meant you could loosen and drop the header connections, then go back and pull a bolt on each side, drop the whole thing down and pull it out. "When I was" in my 20's I could do that in about 5 minutes

    The rears came out of the mufflers, swept out and ran parallel under the rockers for a short ways, then out at something lie a 45 for just ?? 3--4" or so, then "baloney sliced" parallel to the tire, and just in front of the tire. they looked WAY better than "side pipes" of the day, and of course BLACK

    I liked 'em so much that as a joking "tribute" I had one made for my Ford Courier later on LOL

    Sorry no photos.
     
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    lemondana BlackDart

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    You will get tired of your side exhaust real fast, at least in front of the rear tires. Exhaust going all the way out the back sound the best.
     
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      AJ/FormS 68 B'cuda fb, Form S clone ... 367/A833/3.55s

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      And so will the guys in adjacent lanes, perhaps to the point of taking your L-plate number. Play nice with your neighbors.
       
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        Do you mean side exhausts like on come 60s Corvettes? Or do you mean an exhaust system that merely exits on the side?
         
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        lemondana BlackDart

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        A friend of mine that I worked with a few years back had a 69 Vette 427 with the factory side pipes, that thing sounded like SHIT! If you ever get a chance to listen to 2 Vipers, one with side exhaust and the other with the rear exit exhaust-you tell me which one you all like the best. Side pipes or side exit exhaust, same crappy sound!
         
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