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post #21 of 51 (permalink) Old 03-24-2011, 10:51 AM
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I plan to buy headers (why not the coated afterburner ones !? they look good and I like the "afterburner" principle for more torque !) - then adapter and into frankenstein dual exhaust ... (+ CIA crossmember)

But I have a 92 RMW ... in the sticky the LT1 is the king and I have big difficulties find which headers will fit straight on my L05 RMW ... (no, no more air pump thanks ..)

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post #22 of 51 (permalink) Old 05-12-2011, 11:23 PM
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the afterburners will work on your l03 or 5 as the ac lines become no more an issue. uncoated headers on the lt1 engines always burn the dam wires which in turn kill resistance thru the wire thus producing less power you can always get around this by adding protection or wrapping (which is crap IMO) but for overall lasting performance and practicality i would go coated.
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Ok thanks, by the way it seems that the Ref. has changed, the coated one (not painted then ...) is now http://www.summitracing.com/parts/BIG-49100-1FLT/

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Read post number 20.

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post #25 of 51 (permalink) Old 05-15-2011, 08:43 AM
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post #26 of 51 (permalink) Old 08-16-2011, 11:28 AM
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I didn't see Billy Boat Catbacks for our cars on there. They actually have 3 systems. http://www.bbexhaust.com/car/impala/


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Afterburners don't look like they have the EGR bung. Is that true?

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Retrofitting 94-96 Exhaust on a 93 LTZ -w- L05 350

Hopefully I'm posting in the right thread. I local guy is parting out a 94SS. I would like to convert my single exhaust to duals. I am considering getting the exhaust off of this parts car to do a swap. The price is definelty right and it is in real good condition. Will this swap work? Any hints or advice to which other components I need to grab? Should I scrap this thought and just have something else done. I'd like to keep the stock appearance and sound, just want duals. Thanks!
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Hopefully I'm posting in the right thread. I local guy is parting out a 94SS. I would like to convert my single exhaust to duals. I am considering getting the exhaust off of this parts car to do a swap. The price is definelty right and it is in real good condition. Will this swap work? Any hints or advice to which other components I need to grab? Should I scrap this thought and just have something else done. I'd like to keep the stock appearance and sound, just want duals. Thanks!
I assume you'd need the dual hump crossmember, unless your '93 has it already.

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Not sure if it does, I'll have to check.
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