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I have need of a exhaust pipe fitting. The one that bends 126 degrees and is made from 6in tubing. I have a possible source out of stainless for about 3 or 4 hundred dollars. Anyone have other source? This is the fitting that engages the muffler and the pipe from the manifold.
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I have need of a exhaust pipe fitting. The one that bends 126 degrees and is made from 6in tubing. I have a possible source out of stainless for about 3 or 4 hundred dollars. Anyone have other source? This is the fitting that engages the muffler and the pipe from the manifold.
The '87 8V92 exhaust is 5" to that 126 deegree piece. You could use 5" instead of 6" and save some money. Then step it up to the 6" muffler inlet. Or, I'll suggest doing with out the muffler and listen to that sweet exhaust sound. The 8V92 loves to run without the muffler restriction. Same for the 6Vs.
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Curt is correct.
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have it in stock
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Mine is 6in. The pipe from the engine is 5in and has a 5 to 6 adapter just before this fitting. Thanks.....Don
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Mine is 6in. The pipe from the engine is 5in and has a 5 to 6 adapter just before this fitting. Thanks.....Don
6'' from where?
got pics?
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Donaldson and Fleetgard list their 5" muffler for the 8v92ta
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Randy,
It's just in the curve to the muffler.
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I would change it to a 5'' and then puit a 6'' muffler on it,a straight through resonator or muffler.
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I would change it to a 5'' and then puit a 6'' muffler on it,a straight through resonator or muffler.
The resonator I purchased is collecting dust here in the shop.
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