1984 Pontiac Trans Am H.O. stock exhaust system / MBJreport


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1984 Trans Am HO revving
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1982 Trans Am stock dual resonators
The stock resonators on this Trans Am still sounds good and deep. It's not too loud and not too obnoxious. It has a nice rumble and sounds pretty cool at wide open throttle. It has a nice sound for a stock Exhaust. I'm planning to use it for my red 1982 Trans Am that's being restored to it's stock appearance. The 1982 Camaro and Firebird with the V8 engines left the factory with this resonator system. The cars with the LG4 carb engine had it from late 1981 till early 1984. The cars with the LU5 injection engine had it till mid 1983 when they stopped producing the LU5. The L69 H.O. carb engine was available in mid 1983's production year to replace the LU5. The L69 cars had an improved and bigger system with one muffler and 2 tail pipes that also were welded on the muffler by the factory. Today, most replacement Exhaust systems are inspired by the one used on the L69 cars and early 1984 - 1992 cars. The replacements have different sizes from 2.25'' to 2.75'' and can be installed on any 1982 to 1992 Camaro or Firebird. There are many after market brands that also offer 3'' or more in sizes.