The link for G-Force has a Cat Back system for your year model. They do sell the Dual Exhaust crossmember also. I have one on my 80. I found out later that if you go to a bone yard and look under a 73 or eariler Chevells you'll find a dual hump, assuming no one took it already, crossmember that will fit.Digity said:Are there any catalogs that sell a cat back exhaust (possibly dual) for the 80's series Elky's. I couldn't seem to find one in Jeg's.
Also, with just a cat back dual, do you need to modify the cross member?
Check out the El Camino cat-back exhausts that Torque Tech sells.Are there any catalogs that sell a cat back exhaust (possibly dual) for the 80's series Elky's. I couldn't seem to find one in Jeg's.
No, you don't have to modify the crossmember. The exhaust splits after the cat.Also, with just a cat back dual, do you need to modify the cross member?
I put the Dynomax cat-back system on my 86 MCSS. It's a nice fitting system. I've seen it on a few 78-83 Malibu also.elmpala said:I installed a DYNOMAX catback system for a MONTE SS in my '85.
It's not the same thing. MTS only makes one double-hump crossmember to go into a G-body. It was originally designed to work with a Caddy TH400. I called MTS to ask them about it and I was told their crossmember will work with most GM transmissions with a bit of "tweaking". You will have to drill new holes in the frame to mount the crossmember forward or backward depending on the length of the tranny you are using. I was told it will not work with the 200-4R. The MTS price is $189 plus shipping ($10).Mellman99 said:The gforce crossmembers good, but MTS sells the same thing, 40$ cheaper.