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4" Mufflex exhaust

This is my 1991 Camaro Z28 with 4" Mufflex Exhaust system. I have Hooker (#2210) long tube headers, 3" pipes from the collectors into a Flowmaster merge Y-pipe out to 4", 4" over the axle into the Spintech muffler with 3" stainless steel dual outlets. This video does not do the sound justice. I used my video setting on my digital camera. I set out for a unique sound and I got it with this system. I was tired of hearing late model Camaros with Flowmasters (sound horrible, imho). Look on my other video for complete stats on the car. The big revs are up to 5200 rpm. There was a LOT of condensation in the pipes due to their large size. The car also likes to run very rich when it has not reached closed loop, and was nearly to operating temperature in this video. I tightened the blower belt and was running full Boost in this video. More to come.


 


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