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Old 09-07-2016, 04:04 PM
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Ben,

There definitely is truth in that you want to reach and maintain the optimum exhaust velocity for maximum horsepower, be it through a single or dual exhaust system. Give our guy Steve a call here at 707-544-4761 x452. Steve will be more than happy to discuss what you’re trying to do with your car in detail (current mods, planned mods, etc.) and get you the scoop on how to make sure that your exhaust system is setup properly.

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Thanks Ron. I'll give Steve a call.

I tried to watch that video you posted above but the link didn't work. I bought a set of 40 series for my Nova way back in the early 90s, but not sure I ever learned how the do what they do. I'd be interested in watching if you get that link fixed up.
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Old 09-10-2016, 04:48 PM
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With your horsepower at 180hp, we’d recommend 2.5” mandrel bent tubing. In terms of sound, a Flowmaster Super HP-2 or DBX Series muffler would also be a nice addition to your system. Mandrel bent is key because compression bending will make the 2.5” more like a 2.25” at the bends and disturb exhaust flow. For any other questions or concerns, give us a call at 707-544-4761.
Thank you very much Ron.
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Old 09-13-2016, 01:25 PM
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Thanks Ron. I'll give Steve a call.

I tried to watch that video you posted above but the link didn't work. I bought a set of 40 series for my Nova way back in the early 90s, but not sure I ever learned how the do what they do. I'd be interested in watching if you get that link fixed up.
Here's a link to our Chambered Technology 101 video on the Flowmaster YouTube channel. Hope that this one works for you.
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