67LS1 Reader
2/6/22 4:36 p.m.

I’m going to be adding Vibrant Ultra Quiet resonators (#1141) to my car and on one side it would be about 1” from the side of the transmission. For heat purposes, I think it should be a little farther away than that. I’d like to make it about 2”.
But I don’t have much length between the bottom of the down pipe from the engine and transmission crossmember so I can’t use regular offset pipes from Walker, etc, so I’m thinking of using pie cut sections of tubing.
So my question is, does anyone know how much offset I could get in 2"?  
The body length of the resonator is 9.75” OA length is 13.75” which means there is a 2” inlet/outlet tube on each end. The inlet/outlet diameters are 2.5”.
I'm trying to figure out if I can move the inlet/outlets over 1” in as close to the original OA length as possible.

Toyman! MegaDork
2/6/22 5:31 p.m.

The exhaust on the Abomination is closer than 1" to the transmission and the transmission tunnel. Any reason to not run heat shields?

These are held in place by welding a bolt to the exhaust and using nuts to space the shield about 3/8 off the exhaust tube and nuts to hold the shields in place. Even with rotary power, they made a significant improvement on trans tunnel temps after installation. No more 2nd degree burns on passengers' legs. 

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