RE: TTI - X pipe exhaust system install questions
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i can't speak for the poly, but in the instructions it said
to lift the dirvers side to install, i have a 440 with mini
starter and the headers slid right in without jacking the 
motor, i think it would have with a full size starter too.
just make sure the car is high enough to get a good
angle on the headers.
 
tom
65 satellite

Nick Tiberio <furyus63@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Houston,
I've been following these installation discussions with interest. Last 
year I purchased the TTI Poly headers, 3" X pipe exhaust, with SpinTech 
mufflers. Everything is still in the box waiting to be installed. Today 
I pulled out the elbow fittings to see the difference. 
They are marked for left and right sides with these numbers.

B30X625L and B30X625R, both measure 11" in length. The difference I 
found was that the left elbow was bent in a tighter radius by 1/4". The 
left elbow had a height of 9", and the right elbow measured 9 1/4". 

Just for the record, my TTI system came with the Part # XB30HN6365. I 
was waiting for my new motor before installing this exhaust, but I may 
just pick a mini starter and get this task done now with the motor thats 
in the car now that I'll be crusing with all summer.

Tom D. is only about 2 hrs. away in Providence, maybe we can work this 
one out together.

Nick Tiberio
63 Fury





HoustonDB@xxxxxxx wrote:
> 
> 
> Has anyone installed the TTI - X pipe system on their early B Body? 
> I'm 
> trying to install mine and just can't seem to get started. I can't 
> quite figure 
> out where the tailpipe mounts are supposed to go. I think the 
> collectors 
> need to be cut down a little but not sure. And I need to confirm that 
> the 
> pipes go under the emergency brake cable and not between the cable and 
> the 
> floorpan. It's all just very confusing at the moment. The directions 
> are very 
> vague and the company website is no help at all.
> 
> If anyone has some pictures they could email, or some tips they could 
> pass 
> along, I would appreciate it.
> 
> Thanks,
> Houston
> '64 Belvedere
> 
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> 

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