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Old 06/23/14, 05:45 PM   #16
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does anyone have a scheatic of the stock original exhaut layout on a 1974? I want to make sure when i redo the exhaust system it stays with the original layout. Its an Automatic and has 2 mufflers now. also wondering if stock diameter is 2" or what it is. i checked my Haynes manual but not much on it as its also f100 manul
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Old 06/23/14, 10:12 PM   #17
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The original exhausts have already been copied and are available at Bronco Graveyard. They are made by Precision Exhaust. You can google search PrecisionExhaust.com

Basically they were made off from original Ford Bronco OE exhausts and have been test fit and proven.

For the price they are available you could not make one yourself.

It is a Y pipe single exhaust, single tubular muffler and over the passanger axle.

Get it in a box. Direct bolt up to your stock manifolds.
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Old 06/24/14, 02:01 PM   #18
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The original exhausts have already been copied and are available at Bronco Graveyard. They are made by Precision Exhaust. You can google search PrecisionExhaust.com

Basically they were made off from original Ford Bronco OE exhausts and have been test fit and proven.

For the price they are available you could not make one yourself.

It is a Y pipe single exhaust, single tubular muffler and over the passanger axle.

Get it in a box. Direct bolt up to your stock manifolds.
Thanks but mine isnt a Y pipe. It comes straight down 2 diff pipes to the skid plate and then on to two seperate mufflers and then the right angle pipes out the back. its a 1974

pretty much looks like these below but with mufflers not glass packs

http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/i-...tem-2-25-.html
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Old 06/24/14, 02:20 PM   #19
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http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/sk...exsyHEA8141520

this is what the current setup looks like. it seems the Stroppes is the same setup wise am i right ?
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Old 06/24/14, 02:31 PM   #20
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The Ford OEM - Original Exhaust was a Y Pipe single exhaust for both the 289 and 302 engines.

You have a custom or after market dual exhaust system on your Bronco.

If you want OE - Original then Bronco Graveyard has the right system for you.

If you want louder than OE and a dual system the Stroppe system is a direct bolt on.

If you want a dual exhaust I am sure there are options, but not sure if any are direct bolt on meaning they may take some welding or the use of several brackets/ clamps to make it fit - as in the heart throb system.
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Old 06/24/14, 03:08 PM   #21
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cool thank for the help. I am slowly restoring it to original condition and trying to keep it as origianl as possible so this info helps me alot. I will prob patch the hole in the current pipe and wait until i rebuild the engine to replace the exhaus. I def want bolt in
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Old 06/26/14, 12:09 PM   #22
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how loud is this system? Is it as quiet as a modern truck? cause that's what I'm looking for(zero sound)

also, will this work on a 351w with stock manifolds?

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Old 06/26/14, 01:21 PM   #23
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how loud is this system? Is it as quiet as a modern truck? cause that's what I'm looking for(zero sound)

also, will this work on a 351w with stock manifolds?
I have not heard one of Blake's systems yet but I had a bone stock '69 with original exhaust and it was pretty quiet. If you were standing more than about 15-20 ft. away you couldn't really tell it was running. Looks like their system is pretty much identical.

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Old 08/16/20, 04:02 PM   #24
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Is there a sound clip for the Stroppe dual exhaust? I can’t seem to find one out there.

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