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Old Apr-17-17, 09:17 PM   #1
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Default Corsa and Kooks measurements needed, please!

Hey All,

I used to have an 08 TBSS with Stainless Works headers, SW Y pipe and a corsa touring catback and loved the sound.

I now have a 69 C10 with an 08 TBSS driveline and want to run the same set up. ( yes, I know it is a single exhaust, lol)

What I need is some dimensions to see if the Corsa Touring muffler will fit and how close a Kooks stainless y pipe will come to lining up with my Doug Thorley LS swap headers.

Measurement 1: dimensions of a Corsa Touring muffler (LxWxH)

Measurement 2: distance between header connections of the Kooks y pipe. Don't really care how you measure it as long as you describe it (e.g. outer passenger side to outer driver, etc...). Photos would be a bonus

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Are you on the tbss chassis? If not you need headers for the c10 chassis

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It says he has Doug Thorley LS swap headers.
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Yup, running stock C10 frame. A lot of LS swap guys use stock TBSS exhaust manifolds because they clear the frame nicely. I went with D/T headers, which look a lot like TBSS headers, but I don't know how close it will be.

Before I buy a expensive stainless Y that I might have to chop up, I thought I'd ask for measurements. I may be better of making one from scratch. When under the truck it really looks like a Kooks Y would work.
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