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Talk about the most common LH mod, and why Chrysler didn't do it.

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 #343518  by monte4
 March 12th, 2015, 10:14 am
Just got this delivered to me today. Polished stainless steel. The twin tips are about 1/2 inch each bigger in diameter than the stock tips. My Base M has the factory chrome tips and when I need to replace the resonator this will be it. Some minor modification will be needed to hang it as it has a center inlet vs. the factory offset inlet but should be no problem for a good muffler shop. Plus the inlet size is 2 1/2 inch same as factory one, a lot of the aftermarket are only 2 1/4 inch inlets.Cost me $90 delivered.
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 #343526  by tafi300M
 March 12th, 2015, 12:31 pm
Looks so cool. I hope you can hang it someday.
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 #343531  by FIREM
 March 12th, 2015, 2:40 pm
Supplier and part number please for future reference, looks good.
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 #343533  by monte4
 March 12th, 2015, 4:23 pm
It's from Kool Vue part #KV150105. I got it from J.C. Whitney. The manufacturer says its a universal fit for a Base 300. Since the tips are each about 1/2 bigger in dia. I measured the size of the opening on the rear of the car and it will just fit. I won't be mounting it until my stock resonator gets bad. I decided to get it now while I'm in Florida as the shipping and custom's are pretty expensive to order from Canada. A stock rear resonator from Walker with dual tips (not stainless or polished) is $125 so for $90 it's a good buy.
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 #357724  by monte4
 April 25th, 2016, 3:18 pm
Did a complete exhaust system today as I had a hole in the rear transverse muffler. The shop I went to is a small place that specializes in stainless exhaust. It's a 1 man operation and he does a lot of hot rods and classic cars. Complete stainless steel front resonator, rear transverse muffler and all piping is stainless steel. All joints welded, no clamps used at all. I supplied the rear resonator that I bought while in Florida last winter. Forgot to take my camera as I would have liked to get pictures with car up on hoist, so these are with car back home.
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 #357726  by monte4
 April 25th, 2016, 3:21 pm
Rear resonator:
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 #357727  by monte4
 April 25th, 2016, 3:23 pm
Resonator tips are just over a half inch bigger each than the stock one's. Just fits through valance opening.
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 #357728  by monte4
 April 25th, 2016, 3:24 pm
Side view:
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 #357729  by monte4
 April 25th, 2016, 3:29 pm
The system is a little louder under acceleration but is quiet once cruising. Thankfully there is no drone.
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 #357730  by FalKen
 April 25th, 2016, 3:55 pm
Looks very nice! but I have to ask why does it look like your car is leaning to right?
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 #357731  by monte4
 April 25th, 2016, 4:23 pm
That's me leaning to the right laying down on my side under the back end taking the picture :) The first picture looks like I'm leaning a little to the left :) .
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 #357732  by monte4
 April 25th, 2016, 4:39 pm
FalKen wrote:Looks very nice! but I have to ask why does it look like your car is leaning to right?
Better? :)
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