1993 Chevy Truck loud duels
1993 chev 1500 with 305, got duel thrush welded mufflers with 2 and a half inch pipe with canadian tire chrom boom tube 3 and a half inch tips. Also has a cobra CB and a 3 and a half foot whip.
H-pipe, true dual, no mufflers, dropped
new video, no mufflers this time, H-Pipe, true duals dropped before the rear
The Power of 2.5- vs. 3-Inch Exhaust - Engine Masters Ep. 9
You're sitting around with your typical street/strip V-8 and wondering, should I get 2.5-inch-diameter Exhaust pipes and mufflers, or should I go 3-inch? In this episode of Engine Masters, presented by AMSOIL, we will help you decide, giving answers about power, tuning, and weight on 2.5- and 3-inch systems. You'll also find out about a very simple combo for 600-plus horsepower from a 454 Chevy! Finally, thank you to our new supporting sponsors, Mr. Gasket and Earl's Plumbing! Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook -http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/HotRodEngineMasters Instagram @EngineMasters
X Pipe vs H Pipe - Summit Racing Quick Flicks
Learn the basic differences between the most common Exhaust crossover pipes—H-pipes and X-pipes—including the performance benefits gained by using each type. http://www.summitracing.com/redirect?banner=SocialYT404 We appreciate your comments. If you are looking for application suggestions please tell us: First, Please visit our site, many late model applications have limited offerings and you might find that you don't have a choice due to under chassis ground clearance. What do you use your vehicle for. Street, Street-strip, full race, off-road, other. Will you need to connect to your existing Exhaust system? Are you looking for a complete system from the engine back. Does it have to meet California emissions standards, C.A.R.B. legal?