View Full Version : TSP Rumbler Modification?


stevesfbody
04-25-2012, 03:57 PM
Im about to buy the TSP Rumbler catback to replace my flowmaster and it says it needs modification to fit.

My car is a 94 Z28 so it has the single cat im just curious what needs to be done to make it fit

warriorcustoms
04-25-2012, 04:39 PM
Prolly hangers Have you looked at mufflex's 3in , 3.5in & 4in systems Depends on your cars horsepower level as to what one you buy!!! I got their 4in for my 396 build I just think if you get that raspy rumbler youll hate it after awhile Theres some youtube vids of guys with the mufflex systems Keeps ya from gettin tickets at a stop light when johnny law pulls up next to ya LOL But its loud when ya nail it :)

stevesfbody
04-25-2012, 04:56 PM
Prolly hangers Have you looked at mufflex's 3in , 3.5in & 4in systems Depends on your cars horsepower level as to what one you buy!!! I got their 4in for my 396 build I just think if you get that raspy rumbler youll hate it after awhile Theres some youtube vids of guys with the mufflex systems Keeps ya from gettin tickets at a stop light when johnny law pulls up next to ya LOL But its loud when ya nail it :)

Yeah i looked and to be honest a Mufflex is a little out of my price range at the moment. Besides my car is nearly stock at the moment and it probably will be for awhile because when it comes to engines im out of my element. Im more of a painter but I wish I knew more about engines

warriorcustoms
04-25-2012, 09:26 PM
I found my mufflex on here for a lil over half price If you look hard enuff you might find a Borla,corsa or SLP loudmouth on here pretty cheap :) Just use the search feature Ive found a bunch of my parts off of here & craigslist

3DFORMULA
04-25-2012, 10:25 PM
If you still have the manifolds and single cat you would need the piece from the cat to the driveshaft tunnel to meet up to the cat-back. Kinda shaped like a (s).

69gto96z
04-25-2012, 11:08 PM
TSP Rumbler bolted straight up to my factory manifold system. But my car had a dual cat system on it.

VinR1
04-26-2012, 09:02 AM
Yep, you need the 'S' pipe from the cat to the trans tunnel - as far as I know, Flowmaster is the only company that sells one and its the entire I-pipe. Post a wtb ad or perhaps have one made, shouldnt be too difficult/expensive