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Chevelle and Nova Exhausts

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Hans' '67 Nova

Hans is building a radically customized Nova, with a twin-turbo small block; air suspension; lots of chassis work; and wild bodywork. He had spoken to us several times over a couple of years, asking questions and strategizing on the exhaust for his car. We were very honored when he brought his car to us for custom downpipes, wastegate pipes and exhaust.

Since Hans plans to ceramic-coat the tubes, we used 2" cold-rolled steel tubes for the wategate pipes and 3" AK steel for the downpipes and exhaust. Hans chose 40 Series Flowmasters for the mufflers, and supplied tips that fit into cutouts in the lowered rocker skirts for a very low, clean appearance. We tucked the exhaust up into the framerails for more ground clearance, and used stainless steel V-band flange assemblies for tight sealing and a race-inspired look. The entire exhaust was TIG-welded for the highest quality.

Edwin's '65 Chevelle

Edwin restored this Malibu when he was in high school, and has kept it factory-stock since then. After all these years the stock exhaust had rusted away, so Edwin asked Hanksville to build a new mandrel-bent exhaust. He wanted to keep the car quiet, but add a little rumble to the 283. We recommended Magnaflow mufflers to give the car a little more sound. Since Magnaflows do not sound very loud when installed on a small cubic-inch V8, we knew that these mufflers would give Edwin the sound he wanted.

This exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube, connects to the factory exhaust manifolds and has a custom H-pipe crossover for better sound. The tailpipes exit behind the rear wheels for a factory appearance. The exhaust sounds great and really blends with the factory appearance of this car.


Edwin's '65 Chevelle

Edwin restored this Malibu when he was in high school, and has kept it factory-stock since then. After all these years the stock exhaust had rusted away, so Edwin asked Hanksville to build a new mandrel-bent exhaust. He wanted to keep the car quiet, but add a little rumble to the 283. We recommended Magnaflow mufflers to give the car a little more sound. Since Magnaflows do not sound very loud when installed on a small cubic-inch V8, we knew that these mufflers would give Edwin the sound he wanted.

This exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube, connects to the factory exhaust manifolds and has a custom H-pipe crossover for better sound. The tailpipes exit behind the rear wheels for a factory appearance. The exhaust sounds great and really blends with the factory appearance of this car.


Edwin's '65 Chevelle

Edwin restored this Malibu when he was in high school, and has kept it factory-stock since then. After all these years the stock exhaust had rusted away, so Edwin asked Hanksville to build a new mandrel-bent exhaust. He wanted to keep the car quiet, but add a little rumble to the 283. We recommended Magnaflow mufflers to give the car a little more sound. Since Magnaflows do not sound very loud when installed on a small cubic-inch V8, we knew that these mufflers would give Edwin the sound he wanted.

This exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube, connects to the factory exhaust manifolds and has a custom H-pipe crossover for better sound. The tailpipes exit behind the rear wheels for a factory appearance. The exhaust sounds great and really blends with the factory appearance of this car.


Edwin's '65 Chevelle

Edwin restored this Malibu when he was in high school, and has kept it factory-stock since then. After all these years the stock exhaust had rusted away, so Edwin asked Hanksville to build a new mandrel-bent exhaust. He wanted to keep the car quiet, but add a little rumble to the 283. We recommended Magnaflow mufflers to give the car a little more sound. Since Magnaflows do not sound very loud when installed on a small cubic-inch V8, we knew that these mufflers would give Edwin the sound he wanted.

This exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube, connects to the factory exhaust manifolds and has a custom H-pipe crossover for better sound. The tailpipes exit behind the rear wheels for a factory appearance. The exhaust sounds great and really blends with the factory appearance of this car.


Edwin's '65 Chevelle

Edwin restored this Malibu when he was in high school, and has kept it factory-stock since then. After all these years the stock exhaust had rusted away, so Edwin asked Hanksville to build a new mandrel-bent exhaust. He wanted to keep the car quiet, but add a little rumble to the 283. We recommended Magnaflow mufflers to give the car a little more sound. Since Magnaflows do not sound very loud when installed on a small cubic-inch V8, we knew that these mufflers would give Edwin the sound he wanted.

This exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube, connects to the factory exhaust manifolds and has a custom H-pipe crossover for better sound. The tailpipes exit behind the rear wheels for a factory appearance. The exhaust sounds great and really blends with the factory appearance of this car.


Edwin's '65 Chevelle

Edwin restored this Malibu when he was in high school, and has kept it factory-stock since then. After all these years the stock exhaust had rusted away, so Edwin asked Hanksville to build a new mandrel-bent exhaust. He wanted to keep the car quiet, but add a little rumble to the 283. We recommended Magnaflow mufflers to give the car a little more sound. Since Magnaflows do not sound very loud when installed on a small cubic-inch V8, we knew that these mufflers would give Edwin the sound he wanted.

This exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube, connects to the factory exhaust manifolds and has a custom H-pipe crossover for better sound. The tailpipes exit behind the rear wheels for a factory appearance. The exhaust sounds great and really blends with the factory appearance of this car.


Edwin's '65 Chevelle

Edwin restored this Malibu when he was in high school, and has kept it factory-stock since then. After all these years the stock exhaust had rusted away, so Edwin asked Hanksville to build a new mandrel-bent exhaust. He wanted to keep the car quiet, but add a little rumble to the 283. We recommended Magnaflow mufflers to give the car a little more sound. Since Magnaflows do not sound very loud when installed on a small cubic-inch V8, we knew that these mufflers would give Edwin the sound he wanted.

This exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube, connects to the factory exhaust manifolds and has a custom H-pipe crossover for better sound. The tailpipes exit behind the rear wheels for a factory appearance. The exhaust sounds great and really blends with the factory appearance of this car.


Edwin's '65 Chevelle

Edwin restored this Malibu when he was in high school, and has kept it factory-stock since then. After all these years the stock exhaust had rusted away, so Edwin asked Hanksville to build a new mandrel-bent exhaust. He wanted to keep the car quiet, but add a little rumble to the 283. We recommended Magnaflow mufflers to give the car a little more sound. Since Magnaflows do not sound very loud when installed on a small cubic-inch V8, we knew that these mufflers would give Edwin the sound he wanted.

This exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube, connects to the factory exhaust manifolds and has a custom H-pipe crossover for better sound. The tailpipes exit behind the rear wheels for a factory appearance. The exhaust sounds great and really blends with the factory appearance of this car.


Edwin's '65 Chevelle

Edwin restored this Malibu when he was in high school, and has kept it factory-stock since then. After all these years the stock exhaust had rusted away, so Edwin asked Hanksville to build a new mandrel-bent exhaust. He wanted to keep the car quiet, but add a little rumble to the 283. We recommended Magnaflow mufflers to give the car a little more sound. Since Magnaflows do not sound very loud when installed on a small cubic-inch V8, we knew that these mufflers would give Edwin the sound he wanted.

This exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube, connects to the factory exhaust manifolds and has a custom H-pipe crossover for better sound. The tailpipes exit behind the rear wheels for a factory appearance. The exhaust sounds great and really blends with the factory appearance of this car.


Edwin's '65 Chevelle

Edwin restored this Malibu when he was in high school, and has kept it factory-stock since then. After all these years the stock exhaust had rusted away, so Edwin asked Hanksville to build a new mandrel-bent exhaust. He wanted to keep the car quiet, but add a little rumble to the 283. We recommended Magnaflow mufflers to give the car a little more sound. Since Magnaflows do not sound very loud when installed on a small cubic-inch V8, we knew that these mufflers would give Edwin the sound he wanted.

This exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube, connects to the factory exhaust manifolds and has a custom H-pipe crossover for better sound. The tailpipes exit behind the rear wheels for a factory appearance. The exhaust sounds great and really blends with the factory appearance of this car.


Drew's '69 Chevelle

Drew is building a very nicely-detailed '69 Chevelle powered by a crate 502 motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust as he was beginning to place the finishing touches on his car. He chose to use 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube and Magnaflow mufflers for this exhaust.

We began by making 2.5"-to-3" expansions on the header extension pipes where they connect to the header flanges, then formed 4 custom mandrel bends on each side to bring the pipes close into the transmission tunnel. We added one bend on each side just before the mufflers, to allow the mufflers to tuck-up closer to the body for greater ground clearance.

The tailpipes wrap over the axle and between the fuel tank and bodyline. We added a bend just before the tips to follow the  contour of the frame rails, then welded rolled, round stainless steel tips that exit just under the bumper.


Drew's '69 Chevelle

Drew is building a very nicely-detailed '69 Chevelle powered by a crate 502 motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust as he was beginning to place the finishing touches on his car. He chose to use 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube and Magnaflow mufflers for this exhaust.

We began by making 2.5"-to-3" expansions on the header extension pipes where they connect to the header flanges, then formed 4 custom mandrel bends on each side to bring the pipes close into the transmission tunnel. We added one bend on each side just before the mufflers, to allow the mufflers to tuck-up closer to the body for greater ground clearance.

The tailpipes wrap over the axle and between the fuel tank and bodyline. We added a bend just before the tips to follow the  contour of the frame rails, then welded rolled, round stainless steel tips that exit just under the bumper.


Drew's '69 Chevelle

Drew is building a very nicely-detailed '69 Chevelle powered by a crate 502 motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust as he was beginning to place the finishing touches on his car. He chose to use 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube and Magnaflow mufflers for this exhaust.

We began by making 2.5"-to-3" expansions on the header extension pipes where they connect to the header flanges, then formed 4 custom mandrel bends on each side to bring the pipes close into the transmission tunnel. We added one bend on each side just before the mufflers, to allow the mufflers to tuck-up closer to the body for greater ground clearance.

The tailpipes wrap over the axle and between the fuel tank and bodyline. We added a bend just before the tips to follow the  contour of the frame rails, then welded rolled, round stainless steel tips that exit just under the bumper.


Drew's '69 Chevelle

Drew is building a very nicely-detailed '69 Chevelle powered by a crate 502 motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust as he was beginning to place the finishing touches on his car. He chose to use 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube and Magnaflow mufflers for this exhaust.

We began by making 2.5"-to-3" expansions on the header extension pipes where they connect to the header flanges, then formed 4 custom mandrel bends on each side to bring the pipes close into the transmission tunnel. We added one bend on each side just before the mufflers, to allow the mufflers to tuck-up closer to the body for greater ground clearance.

The tailpipes wrap over the axle and between the fuel tank and bodyline. We added a bend just before the tips to follow the  contour of the frame rails, then welded rolled, round stainless steel tips that exit just under the bumper.


Drew's '69 Chevelle

Drew is building a very nicely-detailed '69 Chevelle powered by a crate 502 motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust as he was beginning to place the finishing touches on his car. He chose to use 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube and Magnaflow mufflers for this exhaust.

We began by making 2.5"-to-3" expansions on the header extension pipes where they connect to the header flanges, then formed 4 custom mandrel bends on each side to bring the pipes close into the transmission tunnel. We added one bend on each side just before the mufflers, to allow the mufflers to tuck-up closer to the body for greater ground clearance.

The tailpipes wrap over the axle and between the fuel tank and bodyline. We added a bend just before the tips to follow the  contour of the frame rails, then welded rolled, round stainless steel tips that exit just under the bumper.


Drew's '69 Chevelle

Drew is building a very nicely-detailed '69 Chevelle powered by a crate 502 motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust as he was beginning to place the finishing touches on his car. He chose to use 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube and Magnaflow mufflers for this exhaust.

We began by making 2.5"-to-3" expansions on the header extension pipes where they connect to the header flanges, then formed 4 custom mandrel bends on each side to bring the pipes close into the transmission tunnel. We added one bend on each side just before the mufflers, to allow the mufflers to tuck-up closer to the body for greater ground clearance.

The tailpipes wrap over the axle and between the fuel tank and bodyline. We added a bend just before the tips to follow the  contour of the frame rails, then welded rolled, round stainless steel tips that exit just under the bumper.


Drew's '69 Chevelle

Drew is building a very nicely-detailed '69 Chevelle powered by a crate 502 motor. He asked us to build a custom exhaust as he was beginning to place the finishing touches on his car. He chose to use 2.5" aluminized exhaust tube and Magnaflow mufflers for this exhaust.

We began by making 2.5"-to-3" expansions on the header extension pipes where they connect to the header flanges, then formed 4 custom mandrel bends on each side to bring the pipes close into the transmission tunnel. We added one bend on each side just before the mufflers, to allow the mufflers to tuck-up closer to the body for greater ground clearance.

The tailpipes wrap over the axle and between the fuel tank and bodyline. We added a bend just before the tips to follow the  contour of the frame rails, then welded rolled, round stainless steel tips that exit just under the bumper.


Eric's Nova

Eric has added earlier bumpers to his '73 Nova, which gives the car a more classic look. He asked us to build a new exhaust for him, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers have a lower tone than the standard 40-series Flowmasters, and sound great behind any V8.

Starting behind the headers, we custom-mandrel-bent an X-pipe and then added the mufflers in the standard location. We used band clamps behind the mufflers to allow the tailpipes to be removed separately from the X-pipe and muffler section. We added extra bends to route the tailpipes around the tires and between the quarterpanels and leaf springs, then welded short stainless steel tips that are barely visible underneath the bodyline.


Eric's Nova

Eric has added earlier bumpers to his '73 Nova, which gives the car a more classic look. He asked us to build a new exhaust for him, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers have a lower tone than the standard 40-series Flowmasters, and sound great behind any V8.

Starting behind the headers, we custom-mandrel-bent an X-pipe and then added the mufflers in the standard location. We used band clamps behind the mufflers to allow the tailpipes to be removed separately from the X-pipe and muffler section. We added extra bends to route the tailpipes around the tires and between the quarterpanels and leaf springs, then welded short stainless steel tips that are barely visible underneath the bodyline.


Eric's Nova

Eric has added earlier bumpers to his '73 Nova, which gives the car a more classic look. He asked us to build a new exhaust for him, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers have a lower tone than the standard 40-series Flowmasters, and sound great behind any V8.

Starting behind the headers, we custom-mandrel-bent an X-pipe and then added the mufflers in the standard location. We used band clamps behind the mufflers to allow the tailpipes to be removed separately from the X-pipe and muffler section. We added extra bends to route the tailpipes around the tires and between the quarterpanels and leaf springs, then welded short stainless steel tips that are barely visible underneath the bodyline.


Eric's Nova

Eric has added earlier bumpers to his '73 Nova, which gives the car a more classic look. He asked us to build a new exhaust for him, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers have a lower tone than the standard 40-series Flowmasters, and sound great behind any V8.

Starting behind the headers, we custom-mandrel-bent an X-pipe and then added the mufflers in the standard location. We used band clamps behind the mufflers to allow the tailpipes to be removed separately from the X-pipe and muffler section. We added extra bends to route the tailpipes around the tires and between the quarterpanels and leaf springs, then welded short stainless steel tips that are barely visible underneath the bodyline.


Eric's Nova

Eric has added earlier bumpers to his '73 Nova, which gives the car a more classic look. He asked us to build a new exhaust for him, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers have a lower tone than the standard 40-series Flowmasters, and sound great behind any V8.

Starting behind the headers, we custom-mandrel-bent an X-pipe and then added the mufflers in the standard location. We used band clamps behind the mufflers to allow the tailpipes to be removed separately from the X-pipe and muffler section. We added extra bends to route the tailpipes around the tires and between the quarterpanels and leaf springs, then welded short stainless steel tips that are barely visible underneath the bodyline.


Eric's Nova

Eric has added earlier bumpers to his '73 Nova, which gives the car a more classic look. He asked us to build a new exhaust for him, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers have a lower tone than the standard 40-series Flowmasters, and sound great behind any V8.

Starting behind the headers, we custom-mandrel-bent an X-pipe and then added the mufflers in the standard location. We used band clamps behind the mufflers to allow the tailpipes to be removed separately from the X-pipe and muffler section. We added extra bends to route the tailpipes around the tires and between the quarterpanels and leaf springs, then welded short stainless steel tips that are barely visible underneath the bodyline.


Eric's Nova

Eric has added earlier bumpers to his '73 Nova, which gives the car a more classic look. He asked us to build a new exhaust for him, using Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers. These mufflers have a lower tone than the standard 40-series Flowmasters, and sound great behind any V8.

Starting behind the headers, we custom-mandrel-bent an X-pipe and then added the mufflers in the standard location. We used band clamps behind the mufflers to allow the tailpipes to be removed separately from the X-pipe and muffler section. We added extra bends to route the tailpipes around the tires and between the quarterpanels and leaf springs, then welded short stainless steel tips that are barely visible underneath the bodyline.


Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.


Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.



Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.



Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.



Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.



Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.



Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.



Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.



Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.



Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.



Foster’s Chevelle

Foster asked us to fabricate a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust for his very nice silver Chevelle, which features fuel-injected LS-2 power. We used 3.5" to 2.5" header extensions/transitions to connect the exhaust to his header collectors, then custom-bent the muffler extensions and custom H-pipe to tuck the pipes up as close as possible to the body. We used Magnaflow mufflers, and stainless steel band clamps to attach the tailpipe extensions to the mufflers.

Since we needed to add custom bends to wrap the tailpipes around the aftermarket fuel tank, we used 2 sections for the tailpipes, to allow them to be removed more easily. We welded stainless steel flanges at the tailpipe joint.

Since Foster wanted a subdued look for the tailpipes, we custom-mandrel-bent the pipes to follow the contour of the framerails and exited them under the rear bumper instead of using tips.



Greg’s Chevelle

Greg, a member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, owns this great-looking ’66 Chevelle. He chose to use Magnaflow mufflers on his new 2.5" aluminized Hanksville exhaust, along with classic stainless steel tips.

Greg wanted a nice mellow "rumbly" sound while cruising, but he also wanted to open the exhaust up. So, we installed electric exhaust cut-outs, which open up the exhaust with a push of a button under the dash. We added exhaust extensions before the mufflers, to help remove the uncorked exhaust fumes from beneath the car. These extensions cannot be seen from outside the car, but the cut-outs can definitely be heard when Greg pushes the button!



Greg’s Chevelle

Greg, a member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, owns this great-looking ’66 Chevelle. He chose to use Magnaflow mufflers on his new 2.5" aluminized Hanksville exhaust, along with classic stainless steel tips.

Greg wanted a nice mellow "rumbly" sound while cruising, but he also wanted to open the exhaust up. So, we installed electric exhaust cut-outs, which open up the exhaust with a push of a button under the dash. We added exhaust extensions before the mufflers, to help remove the uncorked exhaust fumes from beneath the car. These extensions cannot be seen from outside the car, but the cut-outs can definitely be heard when Greg pushes the button!



Greg’s Chevelle

Greg, a member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, owns this great-looking ’66 Chevelle. He chose to use Magnaflow mufflers on his new 2.5" aluminized Hanksville exhaust, along with classic stainless steel tips.

Greg wanted a nice mellow "rumbly" sound while cruising, but he also wanted to open the exhaust up. So, we installed electric exhaust cut-outs, which open up the exhaust with a push of a button under the dash. We added exhaust extensions before the mufflers, to help remove the uncorked exhaust fumes from beneath the car. These extensions cannot be seen from outside the car, but the cut-outs can definitely be heard when Greg pushes the button!



Greg’s Chevelle

Greg, a member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, owns this great-looking ’66 Chevelle. He chose to use Magnaflow mufflers on his new 2.5" aluminized Hanksville exhaust, along with classic stainless steel tips.

Greg wanted a nice mellow "rumbly" sound while cruising, but he also wanted to open the exhaust up. So, we installed electric exhaust cut-outs, which open up the exhaust with a push of a button under the dash. We added exhaust extensions before the mufflers, to help remove the uncorked exhaust fumes from beneath the car. These extensions cannot be seen from outside the car, but the cut-outs can definitely be heard when Greg pushes the button!



Greg’s Chevelle

Greg, a member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, owns this great-looking ’66 Chevelle. He chose to use Magnaflow mufflers on his new 2.5" aluminized Hanksville exhaust, along with classic stainless steel tips.

Greg wanted a nice mellow "rumbly" sound while cruising, but he also wanted to open the exhaust up. So, we installed electric exhaust cut-outs, which open up the exhaust with a push of a button under the dash. We added exhaust extensions before the mufflers, to help remove the uncorked exhaust fumes from beneath the car. These extensions cannot be seen from outside the car, but the cut-outs can definitely be heard when Greg pushes the button!



Steve’s Nova

Steve’s ’69 Nova already had a nice mandrel-bent exhaust that was originally purchased as a kit, but the tailpipes were routed too close to the fuel lines and he didn’t like the sound. He asked us to install Flowmaster 50-series Delta Flow mufflers to help quiet the sound, and to remake the tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the new tailpipes with extra bends to better clear the fuel lines, and moved the stainless steel tips to provide a cleaner appearance. After installing the Flowmaster mufflers, we added an H-pipe to the exhaust.



Steve’s Nova

Steve’s ’69 Nova already had a nice mandrel-bent exhaust that was originally purchased as a kit, but the tailpipes were routed too close to the fuel lines and he didn’t like the sound. He asked us to install Flowmaster 50-series Delta Flow mufflers to help quiet the sound, and to remake the tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the new tailpipes with extra bends to better clear the fuel lines, and moved the stainless steel tips to provide a cleaner appearance. After installing the Flowmaster mufflers, we added an H-pipe to the exhaust.



Steve’s Nova

Steve’s ’69 Nova already had a nice mandrel-bent exhaust that was originally purchased as a kit, but the tailpipes were routed too close to the fuel lines and he didn’t like the sound. He asked us to install Flowmaster 50-series Delta Flow mufflers to help quiet the sound, and to remake the tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the new tailpipes with extra bends to better clear the fuel lines, and moved the stainless steel tips to provide a cleaner appearance. After installing the Flowmaster mufflers, we added an H-pipe to the exhaust.



Steve’s Nova

Steve’s ’69 Nova already had a nice mandrel-bent exhaust that was originally purchased as a kit, but the tailpipes were routed too close to the fuel lines and he didn’t like the sound. He asked us to install Flowmaster 50-series Delta Flow mufflers to help quiet the sound, and to remake the tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the new tailpipes with extra bends to better clear the fuel lines, and moved the stainless steel tips to provide a cleaner appearance. After installing the Flowmaster mufflers, we added an H-pipe to the exhaust.



Steve’s Nova

Steve’s ’69 Nova already had a nice mandrel-bent exhaust that was originally purchased as a kit, but the tailpipes were routed too close to the fuel lines and he didn’t like the sound. He asked us to install Flowmaster 50-series Delta Flow mufflers to help quiet the sound, and to remake the tailpipes.

We custom-mandrel-bent the new tailpipes with extra bends to better clear the fuel lines, and moved the stainless steel tips to provide a cleaner appearance. After installing the Flowmaster mufflers, we added an H-pipe to the exhaust.



Scott’s Chevelle

Big-cubic-inch engines are as popular as ever. Just look at Scott’s Chevelle - with a poked-and-stroked 454, it sounded great when he brought it to the shop. However, he wanted a nicer sound, mandrel-bent tubes, and better fitment around his 4-link suspension, so he asked us to fabricate a custom exhaust. He chose Flowmaster 40-series Delta Flow mufflers for a more muscular sound, and asked us to make a custom X-pipe and custom-fitted tailpipes. To give the exhaust more ground clearance, we added extra bends in front of the mufflers. This allows the mufflers to tuck up inside the factory floor recesses.

Scott is a member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, a club that we are happy to sponsor. Scott’s new exhaust fits great, clears his high-performance suspension, and sounds very mean!



Scott’s Chevelle

Big-cubic-inch engines are as popular as ever. Just look at Scott’s Chevelle - with a poked-and-stroked 454, it sounded great when he brought it to the shop. However, he wanted a nicer sound, mandrel-bent tubes, and better fitment around his 4-link suspension, so he asked us to fabricate a custom exhaust. He chose Flowmaster 40-series Delta Flow mufflers for a more muscular sound, and asked us to make a custom X-pipe and custom-fitted tailpipes. To give the exhaust more ground clearance, we added extra bends in front of the mufflers. This allows the mufflers to tuck up inside the factory floor recesses.

Scott is a member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, a club that we are happy to sponsor. Scott’s new exhaust fits great, clears his high-performance suspension, and sounds very mean!



Scott’s Chevelle

Big-cubic-inch engines are as popular as ever. Just look at Scott’s Chevelle - with a poked-and-stroked 454, it sounded great when he brought it to the shop. However, he wanted a nicer sound, mandrel-bent tubes, and better fitment around his 4-link suspension, so he asked us to fabricate a custom exhaust. He chose Flowmaster 40-series Delta Flow mufflers for a more muscular sound, and asked us to make a custom X-pipe and custom-fitted tailpipes. To give the exhaust more ground clearance, we added extra bends in front of the mufflers. This allows the mufflers to tuck up inside the factory floor recesses.

Scott is a member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, a club that we are happy to sponsor. Scott’s new exhaust fits great, clears his high-performance suspension, and sounds very mean!



Scott’s Chevelle

Big-cubic-inch engines are as popular as ever. Just look at Scott’s Chevelle - with a poked-and-stroked 454, it sounded great when he brought it to the shop. However, he wanted a nicer sound, mandrel-bent tubes, and better fitment around his 4-link suspension, so he asked us to fabricate a custom exhaust. He chose Flowmaster 40-series Delta Flow mufflers for a more muscular sound, and asked us to make a custom X-pipe and custom-fitted tailpipes. To give the exhaust more ground clearance, we added extra bends in front of the mufflers. This allows the mufflers to tuck up inside the factory floor recesses.

Scott is a member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, a club that we are happy to sponsor. Scott’s new exhaust fits great, clears his high-performance suspension, and sounds very mean!



Dave’s Gasser-Style Chevy II

Dave brought his traditional gasser-styled Chevy II for swing-out door bars and a custom exhaust. First, we fixed some fitment issues he was experiencing with his fenderwell headers. Then, we added exhaust pipes to connect the headers to Magnapacks, ending in turnouts. We then added cutouts just behind the headers, allowing Dave to uncork the exhaust, bypassing the mufflers, when he goes to the races.



Dave’s Gasser-Style Chevy II

Dave brought his traditional gasser-styled Chevy II for swing-out door bars and a custom exhaust. First, we fixed some fitment issues he was experiencing with his fenderwell headers. Then, we added exhaust pipes to connect the headers to Magnapacks, ending in turnouts. We then added cutouts just behind the headers, allowing Dave to uncork the exhaust, bypassing the mufflers, when he goes to the races.



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