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hi all,
I think I'm gonna go w/the s orig. type exhaust setup on my 390GT FB. However, down the line I'll prob. add CJ exhaust, heads and intake. I was wondering if I can get the 2.25 CJ exhaust - h -pipe and all and what I will need to do to match it up to the stock 390GT exhaust manifolds? My friend said I will just need some deals (the name of them escapes me now!!) that make the diameter of the H-pipe smaller so it will mate to the smaller 390GT manifolds. Does this make sense?

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Mike

Mike
Cortland Manor, NY
'68 GT390 FB, 4spd bench seat
http://www.geocities.com/stangman39/stangsho.html
 

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I'll eventually get the CJ manifolds ($$ right now doesn't allow it!). I was trying to think of a way to save replacing the exhaust again when I do get the CJ parts a yr or so from now. Prob. just cheaper in the long run to get the 2" exhaust now. Prob. would not make too much sense now bolting up CJ exhaust to 390GT heads. Really need the while 3 pieces - the heads, exhaust and intake (which I have...)

thanks
Mike

Mike
Cortland Manor, NY
'68 GT390 FB, 4spd bench seat
http://www.geocities.com/stangman39/stangsho.html
 

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Hi all,
thanks for the responses. I do know what CJ manifolds look like - I had them along w/CJ heads and intake on my 390GT '68 coupe. I guess I'll just go with the 390GT dtock exhaust setup and when the time comes down the line I'l lupgrade to the CJ setup when I put the CJ parts on.

thanks,
Mike

Mike
Cortland Manor, NY
'68 GT390 FB, 4spd bench seat
http://www.geocities.com/stangman39/stangsho.html
 
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