1970 dual exhaust routing - images?

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  1. 70Tom

    70Tom Senior Member

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    So I was wondering, is this image from the Service Manual the best I can get for the routing of the tail pipes for a 1970 Sport Fury? I'd like to get the correct bend/exit point for the tail pipes. Does Waldron's or anyone like that make correct pipes/muffler? Any recommendations would be welcomed.

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    70Tom Senior Member

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    Haha. I guess this has already been open for debate. I don't necessarily need it perfect. I'd just like a general idea of how the bends look and where they should exit. I know they should not go straight back. Well, maybe the GT. Otherwise, if looking at the back bumper straight on, they look to bend outward and down.
     
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    This is a little different. Not getting into which is better. On mine the tail pipes are Inside the springs. And it is no longer on the blocks. Only for part of a day, to drop the tank and and put tires on...
     
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    Thanks for the pics guys. Now I'm more confused than ever. Haha.

    Is there any way you could post a pic of the tail pipes. I want to see where they exit the rear and the type of turn-down.
     
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    Rwc Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    I cant. I don't have one and it is off the car. They followed straight between the springs and tank and turn down just before the rear valance. Really the only way you could see them was to be directly behind the car.
     
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    polara71 Old Man with a Hat FCBO Gold Member

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    We debated this with Critters car, nice as it is, they are incorrect in placement after the mufflers
     
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    70Tom Senior Member

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    Do you have the link to the thread somewhat handy? Perhaps it'll give me some more info.
     
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    So wait, Critter's is wrong? It's exactly like the image from the Service Manual. Or is that the problem-Plymouth didn't actually follow what was printed...?
     
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    It is not supposed to go up over the spring like that. They should hug the frame rails
     
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    Yeah I guess I can see that now from the Service Manual image.
     
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    TTI .............
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    I shortened my tail pipes by 2" to allow for the hitch.
     
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    The "H" pipe is incorrect.
     
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    This is the Accurate Exhaust 70 sport "end" which is close.
     
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    Big_John Illegitimi non carborundum FCBO Gold Member

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    I have the TTI pipes on mine too. They probably aren't as "correct" in placement and shape as others, but they fit really nice and are close enough for me.
     
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    Ditto here.
     
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    For whatever it's worth,mine came off a 71 sport fury with about 70,000 miles. The mufflers were new and one tailpipe was new. I suspect it was factory and dealer replacements. That was in 93
     
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    If you guys don't mind me asking, why did you go with TTI over Accurate Exhaust? I see that TTI is more expensive, but they also have a 2.5" pipe. I'll have to use a reducer coupling as my pipes are 2.5 from the manifold if I use Accurate Exhaust. I do like the "more" original look of Accurate.
     
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    I guess another question is, are there any schematics for these pipes? In other words, would a good muffler shop be able to make these? Without any actual dimensions or an original pipe, they'd just be guessing unless they had something.