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Old 03-15-2017, 09:48 AM   #1
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Default Exhaust Manifolds on 69 with LS1?

Has anyone used C5 exhaust manifolds on a 69 Camaro. I am putting in a 5.3 iron block and looking for good manifolds.
I have heard that C4 or C5 fit, so looking for any advice or past experiences.

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Old 03-20-2017, 10:30 PM   #2
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Moving this to the Conversions and Hybrid forum where you're more likely to get a response. You may also wish to do some searching on this forum.
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Old 03-21-2017, 08:33 AM   #3
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Thanks, I hope I get some info.
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C4s didn't have LS motors so you can scratch that one off your list.
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Look for anything from '97(LS1) on up...
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No LS Corvette manifold will fit a 69 Camaro.

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In a few weeks, I will have some Kooks long tube headers (LS swap for first gen Camaros) available. I have only had them on the car since 2014, probably less than 2K miles. Only reason Im taking them off is bc Im going single turbo.
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6D9,
Let me know if you decide to sell, I may be interested.
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I will definitely be selling, just not sure exactly when. I will let you know as soon as I start the install of the turbo, which I hope is within a month.
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I will definitely be selling, just not sure exactly when. I will let you know as soon as I start the install of the turbo, which I hope is within a month.
So you're gonna go and bottleneck the exhaust with one of those spinning muffler thingys.......................GOOD LORD
Why would anyone want two per cube in a first gen F-Body........
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Has anyone have information on if the hooker headers with the Holley motor mounts. Do the long tube headers hang below the frame? My car is lowered about 2 inches. Do not want the headers to scrape. Deciding on going with long tubes or mid-length headers.


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There are pictures in this conversion/hybrids section somewhere for the first gen cars. In my opinion they fit the best of any system out there. I bought there mounts and will get the headers soon. I have heard nothing but good feedback from anyone with them. One problem is you also have to use their oil pan with the Holley mounts.
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Any header will hang som what. Manifold wise, I think the fbody or truck may fit, but it is close to the steering box. The shield will have to be removed.
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