I would go with 2.5" pipes if your splitting into duals after the cat with a Y-pipe or you can do a full 3" pipe if your just running a single out. Do you plan on putting in a muffler?
single 3" yes. dual 3" would be overkill unless the motor was internally modified a good bit w/ some type of forced induction.Someone posted a chart about best size for each motor.
And 3 inch was best for the 360.
Didnt mean to confuse, single 3" best in his application.chizzle1 said:single 3" yes. dual 3" would be overkill unless the motor was internally modified a good bit w/ some type of forced induction.
I can give you a ballpark rwhp # but you need to be accurate on the trucks weight. Peg leg could cost a bit if you cant load up the tc enough at the line without spinning. I would avoid the water box altogether with a peg leg. If you get a second pass and it spun off the line first pass, could try launching in 4wheel drive. Just make sure your lined up perfectly straight and dont steer at all. I would not try the 4wheel launch on old tires incase there are differences in the tires diameter.chizzle1 said:I am going to do a 1/8 mile pass this weekend, weather permitting, if I get you my weight and time/speed is there a way to guess-timate how much hp I'm making?
I don't know if they'll let me make more than 1 pass, but I'll try to make the most of whatever they allow me. kind of a favor a guy is doing for me.
The only thing that will hurt me is the closest thing I have to street tires are the worn 33" BFG Mud Terrains. I also have an open diff, so if I get one tire hot during the burn-out I hope the other doesn't slip on launch...or should I just stay out of the bleach and not do a burn out?
Sorry about the hi-jack.
if you get tired of the dumped setup you can have the exhaust routed over to the tire later. The pros of having a dumped setup are clearance, looks, and you can do the work yourself (no shop fee).Im not sure what way to go