1992 Camaro RS 305 v8 no muffler (Straight Pipe)
This is my 1992 Camaro RS (READ)
My great uncle was the original owner, when he past away he gave it to my aunt, which she gave to me on my 16th b-day (my first car)
A 305 tbi small block I dressed up a little one weekend with spare parts.
Exhuast is a Y-pipe to a single catalytic converter and ends before the rear axle.
I would consider it a straight pipe if not for the cat. converter I need in order to pass smog.
Thanks for watching!
check out other videos and look forward to more. (any suggestions?)
The Cherry Bomb '68 Camaro
Check out Cherry Bomb's '68 Camaro. This sucker has 800 hp from is LSX 427 engine. And in true Cherry Bomb style, it disturbs the peace everywhere it goes.
1992 Camaro RS 305 v8 Flowmaster
My 1992 Camaro RS (READ)
Compare to other Exhaust videos of my Camaro
305 tbi small block
Y-pipe to single cat. converter to a Flowmaster muffler
I dont know what series flowmaster it is, to be honest im not a big fan of flowmaster, but i had two(2) after removing them from my 1968 Dodge Coronet
So why not, right?
thanks for watching and check out my other vids!
more to come! give me input or suggestions
v8 straight pipe camaro
Straight pipe 1992 rs Camaro. No catalytic converter, and no muffler. Bought the car a few weeks back the way you see it. Stock headers to y-pipe to straight Exhaust. Sorry if video audio quality isn't great was using my blackberry's cam.
•1992 Camaro RS
•aftermarket parts:Edelbrock carb,edelbrock airfilter
1992 BUILT RS CAMARO! 350, 5 SPEED, SCARY FAST!
Every day I get to meet fantastic new people from all over the Globe. I work hard every day to insure that these cars of yesterday, carry on in to tomorrow and I truly believe the only way that can happen is by meeting other enthusiasts such as myself. In my personal experience, there has been no better place to do that than here on Youtube.
So if you love Muscle Cars as much as I do, I'd love to hear your feedback within my Youtube channel. With over 1.4 million views & a large group of fantastic individuals, you've got a huge audience at your disposal. So please, feel free to post away! It doesn't matter what it is! If you've got questions, we've got answers!
What I'd love to know is what car gets your blood flowing?
What is your favorite Muscle Car of all time?
Are you in to small blocks or big blocks?
Four speeds or automatics?
Pro Touring, Hot Rods, Rat Rods, Resto Rods, or are you all about the numbers & originality?
The video that brought you here, what is your take on that automobile & the video overall?
Keep our hobby alive! Post your questions, feel free to answer questions, and don't forget to Tweet and share this awesome group of people with your friends on Facebook!
Please feel free to visit us our website at: