2-1/2" Dual Exhaust Kits with Welded Chambered Mufflers
JEGS aluminized 16-gauge mandrel bent dual exhaust kits are now paired up with the chambered deep-tone mufflers. Designed for use with long tube headers with 3" collectors. Includes 3" to 2-1/2" reducers, hangers, clamps and hardware.
These exhaust kits include JEGS Welded Chambered Deep-Tone Mufflers. These heavy duty mufflers are made from aluminized steel that is fully welded and finished in a grey high-temp paint.
These kits may require cutting and welding in some circumstances due to different ride height and suspension setups.
JEGS EZ Kits are designed by JEGS professionals to ensure that you get all the correct parts you need.
Do these mufflers have the same sound of the original 40 series flow master mufflers
Does this system attach to the stock exhaust manifold? If not, what are the additional part numbers of the connecting pipes (left and right) between the manifold and the exhaust piping. Thanks.
69 chevelle ss does it have an aggressive sound
I own a 68 Chevelle 4dr. Is their enough pipe length for this to fit properly ?
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