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I would like to run both tailpipes out the passenger side of my coupe.This makes the passenger side tailpipe about 2 feet long with one ninety degree bend. The driver side tail pipe is then about four and a half feet long,but with a fourty-five degree bend. My question is,does the difference in length and bend cause to much difference in back pressure,knowing we want everything equal on both sides of my exhaust.I am running flowmaster 40s@2.5 inch pipes.This is a 574 h.p. sbc in my car.No room for any kind of balance pipe.I have hooker Super comp headers
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Old 10-05-2008, 06:26 PM
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I would like to run both tailpipes out the passenger side of my coupe.This makes the passenger side tailpipe about 2 feet long with one ninety degree bend. The driver side tail pipe is then about four and a half feet long,but with a fourty-five degree bend. My question is,does the difference in length and bend cause to much difference in back pressure,knowing we want everything equal on both sides of my exhaust.I am running flowmaster 40s@2.5 inch pipes.This is a 574 h.p. sbc in my car.No room for any kind of balance pipe.I have hooker Super comp headers
In my opinion, the motor will never know the difference. After playing with dyno software, I've become aware that it takes more of a difference than something like that to alter the curves.
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Thankyou,how much of a difference do ya think it takes,just curious. Thanks,Redline Racer
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