[LCML] Exhaust or exhaust ideas for a bj60 that will be wheeled?
wayne at crushersrule.com
Fri Mar 18 06:27:47 CDT 2011
second the suggestion of minute muffler on 52nd, they might look like a
bunch of bikers but they know their stuff.
and the RMLCA is a great bunch of guys.
I will have to have a chat with Peter., thanks for the heads up Herb.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Herb Peyerl" <hpeyerl at beer.org>
To: "Land Cruiser Mailing List" <lcml at tlca.org>
Sent: Friday, March 18, 2011 7:14 AM
Subject: Re: [LCML] Exhaust or exhaust ideas for a bj60 that will be
> On Mar 17, 2011, at 8:24 PM, MIKE wrote:
>> My current exhaust is pretty much the down pipe from the manifold of my
>> 3b It stops there and is free aired after that. :)
>> I'm currently looking for either someone in the calgary area with an old
>> one lying around or a half way decent one from a parts truck that they
>> may own.
>> I'm looking for suggestions for exhaust modifications that have been made
>> to keep the exhaust on the passenger side, perhaps tucked up a little
>> higher than stock may have been.
> In Calgary, we just go to an exhaust shop, probably the Minute Muffler on
> 17th and 52nd SE, and get them to run a custom exhaust system and it
> usually costs under $1000 for 3" aluminized. That should be tons for a
> 3B, even turbo'd.
>> I've done a little searching on the passenger side route and haven't seem
>> to come up with anything.
>> What size pipe is everyone running on the 3b bj60, any specific amount of
>> back pressure?
>> If I'm blind and this info is easily accessible, please tell me so and
>> I'll dig a little deeper.
>> I'm hoping to get by on the cheap for the exhaust right now as I'm in the
>> process of raising some funds for
>> (what should be made of titanium for the price they are, ) a suspension
> You should come to your local RMLCA meetings. I think Peter has a set of
> parabolic leafs for a 60 series, for sale.
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