LT1 Magnaflow Catback exhaust
This is my magnaflow Exhaust after
replacing my Hooker Areo Chamber. I don't recommend Hooker Exhaust, sounds good but durability sucks. Less
than a year old and i started hearing rattling from inside the muffler.
Sucks going through the drive-thru with that noise hahaha Car is stock, K&N
intake, B&M shift kit and Exhaust is
all thats been done.
LT1 3rd Gen Camaro Exhaust
1987 Iroc-Z, Fresh 95 LT1 Motor Swap, LT4 Hotcam, Shortty Edelbrock
Headers, 2'5 Y-Pipe Single Exhaust w/
NOTE: Upon removal of the stock heads its was determined that the smoke was
caused by a broken valve seal. They have since been replaced with a set of
aluminum trickflow ported heads. The Smoke is now gone.
The Exhaust has also been painted
black underneath so it dosnt look like crap anymore, it also has a set of
3" Chrome Stainless end tips.
LT1 longtubes, ORY, open cutout, Hooker
Stock 350 LT1 with Pacesetter longtubes, ORY, 3" cutout open, with Hooker
**UPDATE** This car was totalled Aug 2009 by an old lady running a red
light. Only one day after I got my LS1 swap tuned. My new ride is a 2001
SOM WS6 seen here: http://youtu.be/BooRGb1xh7U
Turbo LT1 Camaro
Second start up ever with this turbo
kit. on 93 octane, still needed some work in this video. The turbo kit is 100% custom made by Hi-Tuned
Performance in Arnold MO. all tig welded, stainless steel. GT42 turbo, 383 ci, 11.34:1 compression (converting to
EDIT 7-11-2012: car has been converted to E-85, runs okay, but needs new
valve springs, Im getting valve float. It will sit in stop and go traffic
and never get above 200 deg, while moving it will sit right at 160 deg. I
have put a slightly larger cam in since this video was taken, still sounds
stockish. The car is easy to drive, has mostly full interior, and has
given me basically no problems since this video, and i have put well over
1000 miles on it.