Jetfire exhaust

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  • #7572
    jensenracing77
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    Ken told me about this place that has an exhaust system for the Jetfire. Has anyone ordered a system from them? It only lists for a 63 but i called them and the lady said she has sold them to people with 62s but never heard back from them. I am just wondering if anyone here has experience with this system.

    http://waldronexhaust.com/cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=61_49_84&products_id=4165

    #7573
    BruceM
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    The picture on the Waldron’s site showed two mufflers. Apparently a forward one and then the rear transverse. Is that correct? I’ve never seen a Jetfire with two mufflers.

    #7574
    jensenracing77
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    the picture is the same for most all there applications. Must be a stock picture. I talked to them and feel comfortable with them so far. They even have two types. One is for the carrier bearing that mounts to the floor and another for cars that have the bearing that mounts to the crossmember. Also 3 mufflers to pick from. One is like OEM then 2 higher flowing mufflers. I wonder if the highest flowing muffler would be to loud? I wouldn’t think so with already going through the Turbo and exiting through two 1 1/2″ pipes. They also said they have the prints for the pipes that connect to the turbo but are not included in the kit.

    #7575
    BruceM
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    Sounds good. I will need to obtain exhaust parts for my restoration as well and thought I’d use Waldron after Ken recommended them. If you have a good experience with them, let us know. But, so far it sounds like they are a good resource.

    Bruce

    #7577
    macf85
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    I purchased a complete stainless steel exhaust system from Waldron’s for my F-85 Cutlass including the cross-over pipe. I ordered the single inlet – dual outlet muffler and tail pipes intended for the Jetfire. I believe the turbo muffler is a little more free-flowing but it is not too loud for my non-turbo car. Just a nice burble, nothing annoying. Everything fit perfect and I’m very happy with their service. Also, I bought a complete system for my 1962 Rambnler Classic and it fit perfectly as well.

    #7578
    macf85
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    I purchased a complete stainless steel exhaust system from Waldron’s for my F-85 Cutlass including the cross-over pipe. I ordered the single inlet – dual outlet muffler and tail pipes intended for the Jetfire. I believe the turbo muffler is a little more free-flowing but it is not too loud for my non-turbo car. Just a nice burble, nothing annoying. Everything fit perfect and I’m very happy with their service. Also, I bought a complete system for my 1962 Rambler Classic and it fit perfectly as well.

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