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  1. Pete Kaczmarski

    66 Exhaust Tips

    Or you can have these custom cut tail pipes on my '78 Chrysler New Yorker St Regis Coupe. They are tastefully hidden with a scalloped end.
  2. Pete Kaczmarski

    66 Exhaust Tips

    Here are mine on my '70 Plymouth Fury III ex-squad with a 440.
  3. Pete Kaczmarski

    Prevent Rust on Exhaust Weld Joints

    I went to a car show about 12 years ago with one of my cars. Next to me was an elderly man with a 1950 ford and the hood open. His exhaust manifolds looked great in a dull silver color. I asked him what he did to look so good. He advised me to use "Anti-Seize". This would be brushed on liberly...
  4. Pete Kaczmarski

    Exhaust manifold paint / anti-seize

    My prep was to remove any large flakes of rust which there was none.
  5. Pete Kaczmarski

    Exhaust manifold paint / anti-seize

    Yes, I have done this for five years after an old timer told me he did it on his 1950 Ford. I have not had to re-apply unless I missed a spot.
  6. Pete Kaczmarski

    Let's see your tips

    '78 New Yorker and '70 Fury III ex-squad
  7. Pete Kaczmarski

    Exhaust tips

    don't forget the factory look.....
  8. Pete Kaczmarski

    Best sounding exhaust mufflers

    Type in muffler preference on Youtube and you may hear what you want also, check the manufacture website for audio files.
  9. Pete Kaczmarski

    Muffler suggestions

    Some companies lets you hear them on their website but I like Youtube better as you may find someone with same motor for you to hear them.
  10. Pete Kaczmarski

    What''s the going rate for dual exhaust

    Last year I had new exhaust for my '69 Pontiac Grand Prix. Aluminized pipes, cheaper stock mufflers (sounds better) and no resonators for $400. I would check with any car club members who they use and outreach any custom exhaust places within a 30 miles area.
  11. Pete Kaczmarski

    An Exhausting Decision

    If not cheaper, as my '69 Grand Prix was completely done last year with tax for $400. "One can only preach so much until people act on their own".
  12. Pete Kaczmarski

    An Exhausting Decision

    This year I had a custom shop build everything by hand. No cutting of old flanges. This car was a 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix, 400 motor, dual exhaust, no resonators. The mufflers were economy stock mufflers. He did it all for $350 plus tax. I would check with local car club members for their...
  13. Pete Kaczmarski

    Ebay:Full Exhaust System:Anyone know about this seller

    Do your homework first. Meaning talk to independent repair shops and local car club members. Locally for me there is an custom exhaust guy that has 30 plus years experience. He has worked on most of my cars when needed. His latest estimate for my 1969 Grand Prix is with aluminized dual exhaust...
  14. Pete Kaczmarski

    c body exhaust system

    Be patient and wait, the same company offers discounts of typically 14% off thus covering the cost of shipping. I see this all of the time for my '59 Imperial and '66 Toronado exhaust...from the same person.
  15. Pete Kaczmarski

    Exhaust exit advice

    If I remember correctly...the SFGT Box tips are very close to the Challenger of that year. Maybe the difference was that the placemenet of in inlet was not centered, it was offset. And price was around $300 for a set.
  16. Pete Kaczmarski


    With shipping its only $100 difference. If your local guy is a seasoned professional then its worth to stay local.
  17. Pete Kaczmarski

    Dual exhaust help

    When I have thought of this same issue myself, I went to and looked for the same type of car with the type/lack of mufflers. If not the exact one then look for similar size motors in other style of cars. Another option is to go directly to the muffler websites and see if you can...
  18. Pete Kaczmarski

    Backfire through exhaust

    My '59 Imperial did the same was the condensor (near the points)