I got a pair of new, in the box, mufflers with my 65. I have had to install them due to a transmission swap, blah, blah, blah...off-set inlet and center outlet. If I reuse the existing exhaust system, they would fit better with the inlet in the center and the outlet off-set.
Can most mufflers be installed backwards?
Not sure on the brand name but need to install them to be street-legal...old mufflers are shot and had to cut up exhaust piping anyways...thanks!
I have to agree with Schurkey, most mufflers should not be installed backwards, you are going to get poor flow. You should see an arrow pointing in and one pointing out, or some kind of markings. [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img] If not look in the opening and see if the baffles are pointing the right way, the exhaust should be able to flow through freely, not be blocked with obstructions.
Of corse there are exceptions to the rule, the Glass Packs (Cherry Bomb's) I put on my '65 could be installed either way, baffles, or backwards was straight through pipe. [img]graemlins/hurray.gif[/img] yea haw!
No, he didn't slam into you, he didn't bump you, he didn't nudge you, he "rubbed" you. And rubbing, son, is racing.