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Exhaust Selector Valve

Hi Folks

I have a 67 Corvette that is an original drive train car. It is a small block with a power glide. My goal is to remove the existing small block and PG to preserve while I attempt to have some fun with the car.

The car was originally a rear exhaust car, but I have added a two inch side exhaust system. While I love the sound of the side exhaust, It is nearly impossible to carry on a conversation when driving at highway speeds.

I did retain the under car exhaust system and I am looking for a vendor that sells a 3 way valve that I can weld into the exhaust and select the side exhaust for cruising around town or the rear exhaust for highway trips.

Can anyone recommend a vendor who sells this type of selector valve?

Thanks in advance---Mark

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Google "pacbrake.com" and check out what they have. As I read it they offer a valve for diesel exhaust systems to meet EPA guide lines. I didn't read the entire page so I did not find a price but I think it is what you want.

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