Flowmaster 17200 American Thunder 3 Inch Exhaust, 68-72 GM A-Body
Header-Back Exhaust System Type, Dual Single or Dual, 3" Exhaust Pipe Size, Muffler(s) Included
FLOWMASTER AMERICAN THUNDER HEADER-BACK EXHAUST SYSTEM
Fits 1968-1972 GM A-Body, 3.00 inch Aluminized Steel
This headers-back American Thunder system is custom designed for high horsepower and large cubic inch engines in 1968-1972 GM A-Bodies with a V8 engine. It's a true-dual exhaust system featuring all mandrel-bent 3.00-inch aluminized steel tubing with a built-in H-pipe crossover assembly flowing into a pair of large cased Super 40 Series performance mufflers for maximum power and a deep powerful aggressive exhaust note. The large 3.00-inch mandrel-bent tailpipes are custom bent to tuck up high above the rear end and exit with a slight turn down under the rear bumper. The system is constructed from aluminized steel and includes all necessary hardware and hangers for installation and is covered by our 3-year Limited Warranty. This system is also available in Stainless steel and comes with a Lifetime Limited Warranty, check out part# 817200.
Instruction Sheet (PDF)
Warranty Sheet (PDF)
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