TTI Dual Exhaust on 1968 Chrysler 300 FULL INSTALLATION

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  1. Turboomni

    Turboomni Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Old and sorry if posted before.

     
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    This guy has done some nice videos with that three hundred, starting a few years ago.
     
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    Turboomni Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Here is a playlist. Didn't see the 440 rebuild there, don't know maybe it is there.


     
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    Fratzog Old Man with a Hat

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    Video brings back memories of when I did the exhaust system on the Monaco about 8 years ago with my own mufflers and by my self. My recollection is they sent me the wrong rear hangers also and I needed to wait to do the install but then it went smoothly. I'd highly recommend this system.
     
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    My '67 New Yorker has Flowmasters (dual) that the previous owner put on. My choice would have been to keep it purely stock, but I didn't see the need to remove a perfectly good/newly installed system at the time. It has grown on me, the subtle rumble is nice, it has great pick-up, so I'm leaving well enough alone. Good luck with it, looking forward to hearing how it sounds.