First things first, we hope you had a good Christmas break and lets hope we can start to get some sort of normality back in our lives this year! A big “Thanks” to those of you who kindly dropped gifts over to us and your kind wishes for the holidays, it was much appreciated.
We’re back in the driving seat (well office chair actually) again with our first post of 2022. If you’re anything like us, last year was a tough one with restrictions, shortages and rising costs. The year did seem to fly by when we look back at where the time had gone. Over the holiday break Adam was around the yard sorting through a large heavy pallet of stock to be put away and working on the WebShop.
We do have a New Years Resolution though; we are aiming to upload more YouTube videos of our products.
We are always getting asked what the stock exhaust sounds like on a first gen Mustang. Most of the time we are fitting big fat loud exhausts. We have plenty to choose from and sometimes we have to start a few cars when customers can’t make their minds up.
We have the ’66 Coupe back on the ramps for new exhaust system where the owner has chosen the stock option. We have people complaining that the exhausts don’t fit properly. We have never had that issue and we are showing you the correct set up including the clamps which should be sideways for clearance.
Each side of the engine from the manifolds.
To the first section with the H-Pipe setup.
Mounting of the rear boxes and the clamps.
The sideways on with the car shows that the exhaust system hardly drops below the from chassis arms, highlighted with a couple of lines on the first picture. Even at the rear the boxes don’t hang low to scrape over the ground.
But what do they sound like? Here we have the video we have just uploaded to our Channel on YouTube. You can find lots of other little videos to demonstrate our products.
Other stock just in
Adam had a delivery just before the new year where his back order of rear springs have now turned up along with a some panels.
A fairly short post this week, but we should be back to normal from next week.