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My 64 880.
On my stepdads 67 wagon, the exhaust is original. Single exhaust. It comes straight out below the bumper. Does not go sideways. On his 73 wagon, the exhaust is custom made. It's 2 and a half inch with "H" pipe. I can get a pic this spring and post it.
I have a similar situation but I seem to notice it more when the A/C vents are open and blowing air. I'm thinking about adding an extended tip to the side exit tailpipe...
so yours is already pointed to the side? How far and is it turned down?
The link and photo below of an NOS MOPAR Station Wagon Tailpipe shows what mother MOPAR put on these cars.
Note the angle of the aft end and the baloney cut on the tip to direct the exhaust downward.
NOS MoPar 1967 1968 1969 1970 Chrysler Dodge Plymouth exhaust TAIL PIPE Wagon | eBay
Hi Mbar - this is the stuff I used:
So cheap, it’s worth a go on yours I reckon. Hope this helps.
Great! Any pics of your wagon where you applied it? Thanks
I’ll take some for you tomorrow when I’m back at home, I’m working running my bar until late tonight.
The tailpipe has the 45 degree bend and turndown tip like FuryGT's pic. I don't have a great photo but these may help...
Hope these pics help - purists will hate me, but hell its a quick, cheap & easily reversed solution! I only get fumes now if I have the windows open due to wind swirl from my lake side pipes.
This is under the tailgate flap:
... and so is this:
Very nice..thank you for the pics ... I don't think it looks bad. In your case the brown kind of blends with your body color... mine is light blue but I'd rather be able to enjoy the drive than worry about purity for now.... I'll be giving it a try
My Formal's pipes...by the way the deflector was never meant to deal with fumes...it was to prevent dust from accumulating on the tailgate glass and impeding rear vision.
so the application book states a 2856 360 with a 2bbl 383, single exhaust straight back for station wagons, but my recollection is turned to the right side under the spare tire well on the passenger side, like everyone has done. Much like the one pictureday in the eBay ad, which is the 2856 005 , for dual exhaust. would this work for the 2bbl 383
Sorry I'm just now posting this picture. The exhaust on this, along with all of the exhaust on the other cars we've got is custom made by Roadrunner Muffler Shop in Springfield Massachusetts. His business is called Roadrunner, but the guy is into Firebirds. The guy does great work and the cars have a nice rumble to em. The guy is pretty cheap in price too.
My 70 Plymouth, 383/727/8.75. Installed the 3" TTI exhaust in my buddy's driveway on four jackstands. I cut the tubes so the tips are an inch or so behind the bumper. If I start to smell fumes, it just means a sparkplug wire came off...
I have TTI header, with 3” exhaust out to super 40 flowmasters that have turn down right before the rear axle.
I really like those slabside longroofs!
Yeah why not. To cover up the license plate.