Re: [Chrysler300] 300G Exhaust
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Re: [Chrysler300] 300G Exhaust


The contact info for the Brass exhaust vendor was published in News-Flite #125:

Broughton's Service Center
Rt. 278S-414W
Morris PA 16938

I don't know if they made the rest of the system.

Theoretically, it should bolt to stock (sized) parts. However, you will likely find, as I and several others did, that you will need to carefully tweak one side to line up and not hit the torsion bar. I think it was the left. Mind the recent discussion on breaking the exhaust manifolds and don't forget to get your heat tube gaskets from Bob Merritt.

50*F in sunny Chicago. No measurable snow since December.

P.S. You out there. Send me some 300J stories! Pronto!

From: "Charlie V cv300g@xxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300]" <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: chrysler300@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Sunday, February 12, 2017 7:28 AM
Subject: [Chrysler300] 300G Exhaust

Hi everyone,

A few years ago I bought the front set of Exhaust pipes that attach to the exhaust manifold from Eileen Brass, knowing that someday I would be using them. Now I need the intermediate pipes, 2 mufflers and tail pipes.

Do we know who made the front pipes that we ordered from Eileen ? Do they also have the rest of the exhaust system ?

Where has others recently bought their exhaust system ?

If I ordered Waldron's exhaust system, minus the front set of Exhaust pipes that attach to the exhaust manifold would they match up to what I bought from Eileen ? Match up and be the correct length from that point back to the end of the tailpipe ?

Charlie Valentine
300G ..Hoping to get it on the road this year.
62 300 Sport Convertible
1965 Plymouth Barracuda


Posted by: Andy Mikonis <r41hp@xxxxxxxxx>

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