Bolt On Exhaust

Texas82GP

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oldsmobile joe

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You need to give us some help. Do you currently have an ls engine in the car? How much exhaust do you need, headers and pipes or just pipes? Are upgrading or is this your first system?
I'll start. Look at the hooker blackheart system from holley. Arguably the best system. High quality, do it your self, bolt in system. Yes it is expensive but the fit and finish is top notch. This is what I'm using on my swap.
Are there others out there, possibly. I hope others will speak up.
 
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L92 OLDS

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Best Bolt-on Exhaust system for LS1 swap on my 86 cutlass??
Holley is the best choice IMO. Why? Because it fits very well, it’s backed by Holley, uses band clamps and is 3 inch diameter from the collector to tail pipe.

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JAMCAR223

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I like Hookers... I mean Hooker.
 
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