what early bay exhaust ?

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neilswheels

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I have a 71, want to fit a dual quit pack exhaust. Will the standard 4 into 1 header fit, or does the rear engine hanger get in the way?

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I have a JK quiet pack 4 into 1 header, clears the engine mount bar without any problems.
 

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We’ve just fitted a JK stainless 4-into-1 quiet pack to our ‘72 crossover and it did require a little modification to the engine hanger to allow it to fit with enough clearance.

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I think there are two main styles of hanger – we have the style shown here, which I believe is the later style. I think the earlier ‘moustache’ style one (as previous post) clears it no problem. I’m not sure which year it changed though, but it’s probably a crossover thing 🤪
 
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I have a 71 also. I used a hayabusa motorcycle muffler. Don't know what they cost in UK.

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Hope the link works
 

neilswheels

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thanks guys, big help. ive got a ceramic coated trekker 4 int 1 left over from an old project, and a csp dual qp, it will take a little adapter, but i think it will be ok.
 

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