1966 Chrysler New Yorker exhaust

440ci, .040" over, 7.8:1 cr (previous owner's brilliant idea), 452 heads, Comp XE268H, Performer RPM intake, Thunder series carb, Hedman shorty headers, muffler shop 2.5" duals with X pipe and Flowmaster Super 44s. More power and fuel control to come soon.

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1966 440ci Chrysler New Yorker BURNOUT
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Chrysler New Yorker 440 LOUD Exhaust Sound
Chrysler New Yorker seventh generation (1964–1968) with 7.2L 440cui V8 Mopar Power. Hello and welcome to the Car Acceleration TV channel. Today we show you again a US classic. The New Yorker has with its V8 engine an incredible Exhaust sound. ► SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=caracceleration ► FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/pages/Car-Acceleration-TV/580018375349160?fref=ts If you like this video, please visit my youtube car channel for best american muscle car sounds, drive & grip, acceleration 0-60 0-100 and top speed videos, hemi sound, ec Ford Mustang GT 500 Super Snake, Eleanor, Hellcat, Mopar and much more. All Chryslers (as well as large Plymouth and Dodges) were now built on an all-new C-body unibody platform which featured a bolt-on, rubber-isolated front sub frame. Elwood Engel designed the '65 New Yorker (and all Chrysler models) with styling cues from his 1961 Lincoln Continental — square side view with chrome trim along the top edges of the fenders. The options were: a 413 CID V8, dual pipe Exhaust and power options (A/C, windows, antenna and steering). The engine itself put out 375 hp (280 kW) and was phased out for the 440 Firepower next model year. The styling began to share some visual similarities with the premium luxury sedan Imperial which received an all-new appearance in 1964. Factory options for 1965 included a 350 hp 413 ci Firepower engine, vinyl rear roof pillar insert, Saginaw-sourced Tilt 'N Telescopic steering wheel and standard power options. For 1965, the 4-door sedan used the six-window Town Sedan style which also used by the 1965 Chrysler Newport and Dodge Custom 880. The two-door hardtop was now sold in the U.S. Wheelbase of New Yorker models, except the wagon, was 124 in (3,100 mm). The Town & Country wagon was on the Dodge's 121 in (3,100 mm) wheelbase as all C body wagons shared the same basic body. Die siebente New Yorker Generation wurde 1964 eingeführt. Hierbei wurde der New Yorker auf ein Chassis mit einem um 5 cm längeren Radstand von nun 315 cm gestellt. Die Karosserieform war von Elwood Engel vollständig neu und auch wieder sehr kantig gestaltet worden. Im Programm waren erneut ein Hardtop-Coupé, eine B-Säulen- und eine Hardtop-Limousine sowie ein Kombi, die Salon-Version entfiel. Die Motoren wurde unverändert vom Vorgänger übernommen. 1966 entfiel der New Yorker Town & Country-Kombi. Den 6,8-Liter ersetzte ein neuer 7,2-Liter-V8-Motor, dessen Leistung mit 350 PS (257 kW) angegeben wurde. 1967 erfolgten die üblichen Detailänderungen am Kühlergrill, an den Leuchten und beim Chromzierat. 1968 wurde das Design des Kühlergrill erneut geändert und erhielt eine vorne spitz zulaufende V-Form. Vom zweiten „Engel“-New-Yorker fertigte Chrysler in vier Jahren 185.000 Exemplare.

1965 Chrysler New Yorker 440 Cold Start
Here's a cold start with the Waldron dual Exhaust I installed this Summer. They gaurantee fit and it went on nicely. The kit is listed for a '65 300, but after poking around I determined the NYer has pretty much the identical C Body and was provisioned for duals. I opted for the 'Imposter' factory replacement mufflers which have a noticeably loader note. My cinematography blows but I hop you like the vid anyway. And yes, it is a factory 440. One of the early ones pulled ahead from the '66 model year....