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Username Post: Jegs exhaust for a 96 Impala SS        (Topic#327707)
Chevy 4 Life 
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08-18-15 09:23 AM - Post#2569581    

Anyone on here run a Jegs aluminized cat back exhaust with their turbo mufflers? Sounds like a good set up, but does it flow and sound good? Thanks



 




threeimpalas 
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11-16-15 12:07 PM - Post#2589277    
    In response to Chevy 4 Life

Sounds good, flows fine, but is a pain to assemble due to the numerous sections of tubing and clamps that it uses. Not as friendly as the more expensive kits.

Mike
'58-62s and 348/409s


 
fbi9c1 
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11-27-15 12:33 AM - Post#2591779    
    In response to threeimpalas

I agree that is a good setup for the money. Be sure to run an X or at east an H pipe. i would have the system welded up personally rather than clamped.

I run a Dynomax SS 2.5 catback with h-pipe and bullet resonators and have been happy for the past 10 years with it. This had been proven to be the best flowing catback system for these cars. Still sounds great. There is another alternative that we used to call a Frankenstein system using Walker (makes Dynomax)2.5 components with choice of muffler. You can do that cheaper. The system I have is no longer made but cost $500+ 10 years ago.

Good luck.

Jim B.


 
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01-13-16 06:49 PM - Post#2601885    
    In response to fbi9c1

Sorry I havent responded on here for a while about my 96 SS. I installed Magnaflow hi flo converters, Pypes 2 1/2" x pipe, Dynomax VT mufflers, and Dynomax 2 1/2" over axle pipes and deleted the rear resonators with straight pipe and slashed the piping to look like stock. I love the sound, and no drone on the highway. Along with my other bolt ons and my new PCM tune, this big booger moves.



 
MAX HEADWORK 
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12-08-18 01:39 PM - Post#2753884    
    In response to fbi9c1

Sorry to bring back a dead post,
but which Dynomax mufflers did you run.
I'm familiar with the use of bullets for resonators, but I'm trying to decide on which primary mufflers to run.
  • fbi9c1 Said:
I agree that is a good setup for the money. Be sure to run an X or at east an H pipe. i would have the system welded up personally rather than clamped.

I run a Dynomax SS 2.5 catback with h-pipe and bullet resonators and have been happy for the past 10 years with it. This had been proven to be the best flowing catback system for these cars. Still sounds great. There is another alternative that we used to call a Frankenstein system using Walker (makes Dynomax)2.5 components with choice of muffler. You can do that cheaper. The system I have is no longer made but cost $500+ 10 years ago.

Good luck.






 




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