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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 07-03-2019, 11:36 PM
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I've had two vehicles with FPA headers on them and they fit perfectly. You get what you pay for and stan is the man.
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So, for a street car, are Tri Y's the way to go?

I know everyone swears up and down on the FPA and doug thorleys..
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So, for a street car, are Tri Y's the way to go?

I know everyone swears up and down on the FPA and doug thorleys..
I think so
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If money is no object, I wouldn’t think twice...65-66 Mustang, Tri-Y, s.s. stepped, S.B. Ford, std. 289 head bolt pattern, 3'' collector (specify hyd. or mech. clutch)

They check all the boxes and the sound is almost orgasmic.

Or you can fall off the deep end and build your own. No crushed tubes, no interference issues, put the tubes wherever you need them or however you want them.


These are equal length , 24" long 1.75" dia. primaries, 12" long 2" dia. secondary's to an oval 3.5" collector out of 316 and 321 stainless tube. The cost isn't as high as Patrick's suggestion, but they take a little time and effort to put together.

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Or you can fall off the deep end and build your own. No crushed tubes, no interference issues, put the tubes wherever you need them or however you want them.


These are equal length , 24" long 1.75" dia. primaries, 12" long 2" dia. secondary's to an oval 3.5" collector out of 316 and 321 stainless tube. The cost isn't as high as Patrick's suggestion, but they take a little time and effort to put together.

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Unfortunately my welding skills would likely produce something closer to a first grade science project. But, I see you are in NC.......need to practice on a set of Tri-ys
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