Header-Back Dual 2-1/2" Exhaust Kits With Mufflers
Exhaust Systems to Suit Your Build and Your Budget
If you're looking for a dual exhaust system that offers better performance and a deep exhaust note without breaking the bank; the JEGS Dual Exhaust Kits have you covered. Constructed from 16-gauge, mandrel bent, aluminized steel, these exhaust systems improve the flow of exhaust gases and are built to last. To suit your needs, a variety of 2-1/2 (.500) to 3 in. diameter tubing configurations are available with or without mufflers, and all kits come with hangers, clamps and hardware to make installation easy. Due to variations in ride height and suspension setup, some cutting and welding may be required.
I have a Hooker Header 2451HKR already installed in my 84 El Camino. In the kit #520-2451K has this back exhaust kit image displayed. However in the kit #555-30551, it states the highest year compatible is 1972. Will this kit fit in an 84 El Camino?
What is O.D of this 2.5 exhaust
I ordered this product for a factory installation but the factory exhaust manifold does not mate up. Do you have a manifold application for this product?
Are there ant fitment issues over the axel and around the gas tank on a 1970 Chevelle big block?
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