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Little Bill 04-08-2016 6:47am

made the plunge
 
Ok, after looking at numerous c3 Corvettes and asking questions , some may be bored with, I made the plunge and purchased a 75 yellow Corvette. Has the small block and auto. trans. 34,000 miles. Very nice Corvette. Will post a picture but not sure of how to do this. Ok, now for the ? Would like to install headers, probably shorty style , and then add the sidepipes like Binnie has on the C3 forum. Recommendations for headers? also, on the 75 port shape- are they round? oval? tube size- 1 5/8 inch? ceramic coated or stainless ? Appreciate the input. Also, would like to use the 60s style chambered pipe with the 70s cover, not sure of fitment of cover over these pipes. Yes, I am on a fishing trip but figure this is the place to ask questions as opposed to stumbling and learning from mistakes.

Little Bill 04-08-2016 8:20am

what do you think?
 
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m and t's77 04-08-2016 7:24pm

Links not working.
I do like jet hot coating though.
Chambered exhaust is going to be very extremely loud even for sidepipes.
Hopefully others will chime in.

Little Bill 04-09-2016 9:17am

Thanks for the input. With the mid 60s Corvettes, they had chambered exhaust in their sidepipes, would this be any louder?


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