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GM 1996 Camaro Z28 Exhaust Modification

Discussion in 'Exhaust' started by Tony, Jan 25, 2018.

  1. Tony

    Tony Administrator Staff Member

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    I decided it was time to go ahead and take my exhaust back to what it used to be when I first installed my headers. I had to change it around because of my employment position at the time, but now, it's game on!


    In this video, I cut off my Flowmaster Super 44 muffler, remove my entire exhaust out from under my car and modify it to only have the 16" Dynomax Bullet Muffler with a 3" inner diameter. I then pull out the 4.5" angle grinder (death wheel) and cut this thing up. From there, I roll over my little Lincoln WeldPak 140 HD and start melting some very thin metal! And let me tell you, this thing sound sweet once again! But holy crap does this thing need a cam!!! Soon... Real soon...

    https://youtu.be/XkrkEMfhy0A
     
  2. Paulster2

    Paulster2 My VTEC Won't VTEC...

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    Sounds good, Tony :) I'm surprised you still have the ole girl!
     
  3. Tony

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    In all reality, I would never get for it what I have in it with the title it has. But yes, I still have it. With all of the troubles I have had the last couple of years, that is actually my daily driver. 8lbs of oil pressure while going down the highway, water leaking out of every joint, Losing more oil than the Exxon Valdez and, I'm sure there is more. Which is one of the main reasons I brought this site back.It gives me some persuasion to get it fixed, get it looking good again and get it sounding better than ever.

    Oh, and yes, those were your wheels lmao. The chrome is absolutely toast on them now and the right front wont' hold air for more than about half a day.
     
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    Hey bro I've got a saws all.
     
  5. Tony

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    Yea, you didn't have it here at the time though lol. I needed the workout lmao
     
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    Bryan Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Well how was I to know you were going to do your exhaust when you didn't tell me lmao.
     
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    I thought you could read minds...
     
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    Nope sure can't. It would be nice sometimes but then again maybe not.
     

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