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August 29, 2007
With the front of the Y-pipe in place, we moved aft. Random designed this piece to mount up to the stock hangers. It does so well, but access to install and remove the rear oxygen sensor is tricky. We’d recommend installing the sensor prior to bolting the Y-pipe mount bracket in place. We trimmed a bit off the edge of the bracket too; this helped access tremendously.
With the front of the Y-pipe in place, we moved aft. Random designed this piece to mount u
While we were fabbing up the harness, we took a look at the overall Y-pipe assembly. It fits well and doesn’t droop below the frame- rails. We were hoping for a tight-fitting replacement with more flow potential that would be compatible with our factory computer. We found it in this piece from Random Technology (PN Y524).
While we were fabbing up the harness, we took a look at the overall Y-pipe assembly. It fi
After mounting the Y-pipe, we could begin installation of the Edelbrock catalyst-back exhaust system (PN 5675). Designed to bolt up to stock Y-pipes, we’d have to make another minor modification to continue. This minor transition was easy enough to fabricate. Again, any competent exhaust shop could create this.
After mounting the Y-pipe, we could begin installation of the Edelbrock catalyst-back exha
You can see our fabricated transition pipe in this photo. The new Edelbrock exhaust pipe is a larger-diameter unit than the factory piece (3 inches vs. 2.5 inches), and this diameter continues into the muffler. The pipe has plenty of clearance over the axle, even in our lowered application. The pipe is also aluminized to prevent corrosion.
You can see our fabricated transition pipe in this photo. The new Edelbrock exhaust pipe i
We chose Edelbrock’s Stainless Steel crossflow muffler with dual tailpipes (PN 5519) to replace our stock unit. Edelbrock also offers a single-exhaust muffler that offers a quieter note and more flow (PN 5676), but we liked the look of the twin pipes with no chrome tips. It closely resembles the design of the factory muffler on the outside.
We chose Edelbrock’s Stainless Steel crossflow muffler with dual tailpipes (PN 5519) to re
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