Question about 1984 Chevrolet S-10
Can I run hedders without a cat? and can I run theses hedders http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/cst/full.aspx?Page=118 with this dual exhaust http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/cst/full.aspx?Page=117? and I want to take my cat off what do I have to do when I take it off what type of tubing do I need?
With an '84, it's likely that you can make this conversion, providing it is within your state inspection allowable mods, otherwise you can't. Most header manufacturers make a complete system front to back...follow their advertized pipe diameters if you want to make your own. When adding headers, don't expect a huge performance or mileage gain... This can be obtained by careful research and matching a total system including carb/FI, manifold and camshaft changes. In "fine tuning" and proper matching of these items, you can get the best performance possible. Aside from that, a normally aspirated smallblock chevy will usually respond best to a 1 7/8" header tube diameter W@ith a 3" or slightly larger collector, unless you are using a really radical cam and huge carb & intake.
Good luck with your project!!!
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