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  1. Saw the thread about a month ago on this. I need to hear from whoever has one, even with the intake still on it. I'll even pay shipping & be happy to have it. I know they weigh about a ton. Thanks!
  2. Hi all, I'm trying to find a good exhaust manifold for the straight 8 as well as the inlet manifold. Both mine are cracked. There are some similarities between 1938-1941 engines, thanks James
  3. Hey everyone! I'm new to this site. I own a 63 dynamic 88 and in need of a new exhaust system. I have no idea on how to lay it out to remove back pressure. I'm 16 and this is my first car! Its exciting stuff! Any help is appreciated!
  4. I've driven my Riv somewhat infrequently and decided to take it out last weekend. It worried me greatly when, what appeared to be oil shot out of the tailpipes. I immediately decided to pull the plugs and do a compression test. I let the engine warm up and, pulled the oil cap to see if there was anything spitting out of there, nothing that I could see was blowing out. Pulling the plugs they were all darkened somewhat, but to me they don't look that bad. I'm not sure when they were changed last, but I will obviously be putting in new plugs now. A compression test showed: #1 175.5 #2 176.5 #3 165.5 #4 168.5 #5 169 #6 173.5 #7 173 #8 175.5 To me this looked really good. The engine is modified slightly and has always run like a champ. Now when starting it up for the warm up there appeared to be condensation in the pipes. The pipes also have black powder on the insides...so I'm wondering the car just isn't running way to rich perhaps? Is there anything I should look at to be safe? I DO not want to drive the car if I could be stressing something out within the engine. The car sounds fine, purrs for the most part. Thank you.
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    1939 Dodge Exhaust Question

    I have a 1939 Dodge D-11 with a small block Chevy. We cannot find a set of headers that will fit. Does anyone have any suggestions?
  6. Would anyone have a pic of the routing of the left exhaust pipe from the exhaust manifold on a 1962 394 c.i. engine they could send/post? I presume it connects where the crossover pipe on a single exhaust system connects to the left manifold. Appreciate it -
  7. If anyone has a good, uncracked, functional center manifold for sale for my 1939 Buick Roadmaster, please contact me. Unfortunately, the one I have has broken apart at one of its sleves. If you have the center manifold for belonging to any of these following cars, then it will fit my car : <TABLE cellPadding=2 width="60%"><TBODY><TR><TD class=main width="30%" cellpadding="10">Make</TD><TD class=main width="30%" cellpadding="10">Model</TD><TD class=main width="40%" cellpadding="10">Year Range</TD></TR><TR><TD class=main>Buick</TD><TD class=main>Series 60</TD><TD class=main>1939 - 1951</TD></TR><TR><TD class=main>Buick</TD><TD class=main>Century</TD><TD class=main>1939 - 1951</TD></TR><TR><TD class=main>Buick</TD><TD class=main>Series 70</TD><TD class=main>1940 - 1951</TD></TR><TR><TD class=main>Buick</TD><TD class=main>Roadmaster</TD><TD class=main>1939 - 1951</TD></TR><TR><TD class=main>Buick</TD><TD class=main>Series 80</TD><TD class=main>1939 - 1942</TD></TR><TR><TD class=main>Buick</TD><TD class=main>Series 90</TD><TD class=main>1939 - 1942</TD></TR><TR><TD class=main>Buick</TD><TD class=main>Limited</TD><TD class=main>1939 - 1942</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
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    I've read a lot of posts regarding the camaro muffler installation, but really haven't seen any questions answered about specific models that will work properly, and produce a desirable/pleasing sound both inside, and out of the car.... Doing a product search for 90-02 Camaro mufflers on Flowmaster's website, the only match shown is the 80-series. Is this what you all have used? I've heard that the higher you go in the 'series', the quieter the tone. I'm looking for a moderate-aggressive sound, just to give it some *UMPH*, but definitely nothing crazy to make the drive unpleasant. My only real concern besides the tone is that the dimensions for the 80-series reads: 25 in. x 9.75 in. x 4.5 in. ...and from older posts I see that an 1989 Reatta's muffler is 22.5 in x 10.75 in. (and I just used Flowmaster as a basis, I'm not against Magnaflow, Dynamax, or anything else that produces good results) Any thoughts or help on what series/model works best for our cars?
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