RE: TTI Exhaust
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RE: TTI Exhaust



My disclaimer in advance is that we are the very first (1995) TTI wholesaler and continue to enjoy brisk sales-however this is not meant to be a commercial for Chrysler Power but an FYI from 40 years of experience (we’ve done ‘local’)… That said I always try to discourage a guy from heading to his local shop because a) the price is usually not significantly different b) the quality of materials usually doesn’t measure up to TTI quality c) there’s great satisfaction that you did it yourself as its really very simple-a gorilla and a crescent wrench can do it d) a local shop will NEVER get the sides symmetric with each other… up on a lift side to side is always different and over the axle out past the gas tank is invariably crooked e) resale value-the TTI name holds a much higher resale value for the vehicle if its ever considered to be sold… If potential buyer asks what system? Midas doesn’t carry the day…

I quoted a POLY guy yesterday $550 for 2 ½ “H” system with mufflers and ALL the hardware, hangers and clamps… He was determined to keep his manifolds so he will need to visit a local shop to come off the manifolds into the front of the H pipes… The TTI manifold systems are for designated hipo big block and hemi manifold part numbers… and we all know those POLY manifolds are the epitome of ‘choke’… Nevertheless, the customer is always right and we endeavor to give our best advice and then let them choose what they think is best for them…

 

From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bill M
Sent: Monday, June 08, 2015 8:18 PM
To: 62-65 Mopar List
Subject: Re: TTI Exhaust

 

I know its pricey, butif you are spending the money for TTI exhaust,  it really ought to be fed with TTI headers. Just my opinion, but you're probably not getting the benefits of that gorgeous mandrel bent exhaust when it's being fed with manifolds.

I went the other route, I bought the TTI headers and him going to a local shop for exhaust.

Bill M

On Jun 6, 2015 6:26 PM, "James Elsmore" <seinfeld3@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi, I am getting ready to order a TTI exhaust system for my '64 Plymouth wagon.  According to TTI, the station wagons have a side exit exhaust at the rear, while non wagons have the turn down exhaust that exits at rear bumper.  I don't like the look of the side exit, so my question is will the turn down exhaust fit or is the wagon spare tire well the reason why only side exit works?  

Thanks!
James

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