Hooker Headers 21046 Details
Manufactured using lightweight mandrel bent 18-gauge tubing, Super Competition Sidemount Headers offer the most aggressive style and performance for your 1963-82 Corvette! Testing on a 1968 Corvette with a 427 engine, Sidemount Headers, Side Pipe Tubes, and Maximum Flow Slip-In Mufflers produced an increase of 40 horsepower and 20 ft/lbs of torque (more than undercar exhaust with turbo mufflers).Features
Black Painted(Part numbers do not have a suffix)
Chrome (Special Part numbers do not have suffix)
Metallic Ceramic Coating (Part numbers have a -1 suffix)
Stainless Steel (Part numbers have a -3 suffix)
Titanium Ceramic Coating (Part numbers have a -4 suffix)
Note: All products sold in pairs
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I know that these Hooker Header slip-in mufflers are for a 4 inch side pipe, but what is the inside diameter on both ends of a slide-in muffler?
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