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Old 01-27-2006, 11:46 AM
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Header clearence on 3rd gen camaros

Yeah i know they are ugly and not a real camaro, but i am buiding one anyway. I am almost ready to make the exhaust and was wandering if anybody had any experience with this. Is there room after a full lenth header to fit pipe from the driverside to the passenger side since by looking under the car the passenger side looks like the olnly way out. For clearence I am going to run two 12" Dynoflow tube mufflers and would like to keep it true duals (no y-pipes!) And maybe route it out right infront of the back wheel or possibly just run turndowns right infront of the rear end. I saw a foourth gen with the turndowns and it ran the pipe down the center near the trans tunnel (I did not see what length headers, only saw under it while it was driving). Is there room to do this on a '84? Thanks for the help.

(Also it will probably only be semi-legal exhaust, no cats)

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You can have a custom system bent and run both pipes down the passenger side. They will still be close to the ground, but it works ok. I have seen it done to where true duals come all the way out the back using this configuration.

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