While out at SAAC-27 the number of cars running X-pipes far outweighed the number who weren't.
HP is king at these events.
You can easily hear them, because the exhaust tone makes them sound as if they were sporting a few thousand rpm's more than they were really turning.
Add a set of Flowmasters and it makes some interesting NASCAR kinda sounds.
I love it.
Some old timers (ok, I'm an oldtimer, but I don't keep my head in the sand) hate it because it takes away the low rumble a bit...but that sound at hi rpms is just flat unique.
I'm thinking of adding em to the Boss302. I will run them on the restomod.
I have a 1967 convertible with (as far as I can tell) the original 289/C4 combo. The paint is not correct to the vin and I have already upgraded to a 4bbl intake/carb, front coilovers and wilwood disc brakes. I am tossing around the Idea of a 351W/T5 swap. At this point, does it matter that I am...
I am in the process of having my dad's 68 Fastback signed over to me and in order to tag it, it must have insurance which is where I began searching the site. It sounded as though State Farm actually had some good reviews on their accepted value insurance, so I called my agent excited to get a...
I need a set of stock, March 1967, exhaust manifolds.
Looking at repro at NPD and I am not clear on which one, they both say they are "Incorrect" for my March 1967 289.
I am not sure what is meant by "open lower" and "closed lower"?
EXHAUST MANIFOLDS REPRO early style with open lower - #9430-5A...
I switched my 65 Mustang 289 over to EFI and no longer need the 2 barrel cab C5ZF B5ED. Does anyone have a ballpark what this would be valued to sell online? Id like to find it a new home at a fair price for someone who may be looking. Worked great before I removed just didn't have...