<VV> 1963 versus 1964 Exhaust crossover (speculation)
lonzovair at aol.com
Tue Jun 12 13:15:15 EDT 2012
Speaking of exhaust, does anyone know the Walker part number for the round EM muffler?
I have a buddy looking up one by the size of what I had on there (which is rusted through), and if I can find one locally I'd like to get it. Otherwise, Clark's C125E is listed at $71, + $13 UPS Ground... delaying my fun by about a week.
Thanks in advance!
Lonzo... working on my oldest, and longest owned Corvair, my '61 Greenbrier.
From: Ramon Rodriguez III <corvairgrymm at gmail.com>
To: virtualvairs <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Tue, Jun 12, 2012 1:29 am
Subject: Re: <VV> 1963 versus 1964 Exhaust crossover (speculation)
I too apologize for the speculation but I did put the all-important "I
would assume" in there!!! This has been interesting reading, both the
speculation and the facts.
> Well, 64 was the year the engine was stroked to 164 cid from 145 cid. I
> would assume that this spread the heads farther apart and necessitated the
> modification of the crossover pipe to bridge the slightly longer distance
> from one head (and therefore exhaust manifold) to the other.
> Ray "Grymm" Rodriguez III
> Lake Ariel, PA
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