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Old 02-25-2017, 12:47 PM   #551
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Re: Third Gen Dual Exhaust Picture Collection

Is that Holley/Hooker's crossmember?




Is there a part number for that crossmember?
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That's the crossmember I'll be getting to allow my Vette cased 4L60 to be installed behind a Gen 1 SBC. Thing is Holley, through my conversations with Toddoky, says that particular crossmember requires the use of their specific engine mounts, which moves the LS based engine forward. That way the LS T56 (as opposed to the LT1 T56) can be used without modification.
The crossmember is also said to work with a Gen 1 SBC and a LT1 spec'd T56. This closely approximates the length of a short tail TH400 (which coincidentally is the approximate mounting length of a 4L60 using a b-body extension housing with mount). This is done with the factory engine mounts and mount locations.
In his description. gixxer said his LS engine is in the stock Gen 1 location. Something isn't adding up.

Not meaning to hijack or anything it's just that this is the first time I've seen this crossmember used and I have questions regarding the fitment.
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Don't over-think things here skinnyz, the Hooker third-gen LS engine mounting brackets moves the stock SBC engine/transmission mating plane forward by only about 5/8", so the Hooker crossmember will ending up working with some other combinations of aftermarket parts. The problem lies in the fact that there's no way to judge compatibility without physically installing the parts as many aftermarket parts have geometry that is other than what is advertised and the Hooker crossmember center beam comes very close to the case of the T56 even when used as designed with the Hooker engine brackets. In your case, you'll have much more leeway as your transmission pan will come nowhere near the center beam.
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Not so much over-thinking as it is thinking it through.
The internet provides so much information, some of which may be a little misleading, that I'm trying to approach this from as many angles as I can.
Based on our other conversations, I'm pretty sure what I'm getting in to. Modifications to the crossmember (to work with a stock location Gen 1 SBC and a "B-body" 4L60 (Vette case with a b-body extension housing) are, I think inevitable, however the changes should be very modest. As you suggested Tod, perhaps only slotting the holes in the crossmember will be needed. The exhaust on the other hand, being a unique piece in my case, is the other variable to deal with. There looks to be plenty of clearance with the high arches of the Hooker crossmember but I won't know for certain until I'm under the car working on the fitment.
Thanks again toddoky for your input. It's very much appreciated.
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Re: Third Gen Dual Exhaust Picture Collection

Here's a photo I dug out of my files that you might find helpful...it shows the Hooker 3rd-gen transmission crossmember and dual exhaust system installed in a SB Chevy/LT1 T56 application. It works in this instance because the LT1 T56 transmission is 5/8" shorter (bellhousing face to mount) than the LS1 T56 transmission.
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That IS a helpful picture.
And based off of that bit of information, (the LT1 T56 transmission is 5/8" shorter), that means that my transmission rear mount will be 1 9/16" further back (than that of the LT1 T56).
LT1 T56 bellhousing to rear mount at 26 3/8". B-body 4L60 bellhousing to rear mount, 27 15/16" (if the internet's description of the B body 4L60 is the same as that of a TH400)
Now, having had a chance to examine a few of these installations, I can see a few problems going forward. While I can adapt an offset mount to capture the locations between the crossmember and the transmission, I can't see how my existing y-pipe will fit. Unfortunately for me, where my y-pipe transitions to the merge pipe is directly under the Hooker crossmember. It's not going to fit with out a redo or replacement.
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The images you posted are examples of the erroneous information that can be found online...the actual mount distances for those transmissions from the bellhousing mating surface is as follows:

LT1 T56- 25.992"
LS1 T56- 26.617"
TH400 with 4" extension housing- 26.875", same as the 200R4 transmission

I know these dimensions to be correct as I use them in an almost daily capacity to design transmission crossmembers for the various LS swap systems I develop...I've measured these transmissions and 13 others with a 36" vernier height gauge on top of a dead flat table.

Yes, your Y-pipe would be problematic from a compatibility standpoint.

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LT1 T56- 25.992"
LS1 T56- 26.617"
TH400 with 4" extension housing- 26.875", same as the 200R4 transmission
And THAT is the kind of information that I like to see.
Much appreciated.
A now to figure what to do about that y-pipe.
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Re: Third Gen Dual Exhaust Picture Collection

And its done. My true dual stainless system.














He he.. alright.
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my new system is taking shape

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working on the other side still and waiting on parts.
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And its done. My true dual stainless system.
Did you shop RVtrader for those exhaust tips?
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Hooker Super Comps with custom hedman s tensions and flowmaster delta force race mufflers.I have about 3.5" of clearance at the s tension and 4" at the mufflers.
you wouldn't happen to have or be able to get a better picture of how you mounted the read exhaust hangers.
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Re: Third Gen Dual Exhaust Picture Collection



this is a picture from when i was mocking up the exhaust about a year ago
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3in dual exhaust long tubes
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And its done. My true dual stainless system.





He he.. alright.
That's a very nice looking system. One bit of criticism, perhaps more of a caution. Those tips look like they end up really close to the ground and beyond the rear bumper. You'll need to be careful backing up to curbs. You'll cry if you run one of those tips into the concrete and tweak your system. May find you'll be happier with tips more like OE.

Just a thought.
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Re: Third Gen Dual Exhaust Picture Collection

Figure I would add mine too. Just completed this year before Thirdgen Expo.
1 7/8" to 3" collector SS headers by hawks.
Custom fabbed exhaust using vbands from front to rear

Key difference is I went over the axle on both sides

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^Looks and sounds great!
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new dual 4" exhaust almost complete.

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wow nice!
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Texas Speed Performance is now offering this dual exhaust kit for the fourthgen for $500
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Figure I would add mine too. Just completed this year before Thirdgen Expo.
1 7/8" to 3" collector SS headers by hawks.
Custom fabbed exhaust using vbands from front to rear

Key difference is I went over the axle on both sides

Thread here:
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12 pages, and i think i saw one system with cats.
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I don't see this on your website
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That's a very nice looking system. One bit of criticism, perhaps more of a caution. Those tips look like they end up really close to the ground and beyond the rear bumper. You'll need to be careful backing up to curbs. You'll cry if you run one of those tips into the concrete and tweak your system. May find you'll be happier with tips more like OE.

Just a thought.
I know you got a point mate, however i wanted it to look like this. It had bolt on tips when i bought it which faced down although not as much as these. I'll be very carefull with it to be honest. If i find it to troublesome in the future i'll change it. However as for now, i think it can get away with it. I'm also creating some portable ramps for in the trunk which i'll be able to use to get over certain speedbumps if needed. However i mostly will drive it on freeways and avoid speedbump infested areas as much as possible.


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Did you shop RVtrader for those exhaust tips?
Won them at an ebay auction mate, not sure where they originate from. I was looking for a set like this for a while.
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Texas Speed Performance is now offering this dual exhaust kit for the fourthgen for $500
THAT is interesting. And modestly priced too.
Those headers remind of the Super Comps I have on the big block TA. Exiting more towards the rockers and away from the transmission than a typical header. Not that it would matter in my case. I'd have to build the intermediate pipes from the headers to the "X" anyway.

Do you have a link to that part? I couldn't find it on their web site.

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that's the normal layout for the 4th gens. the inner subframe horns go outward instead of inward on those cars.
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How about the rest of the architecture? Would it be easily adaptable to the 3rd gen?
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Sweet!!
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How about the rest of the architecture? Would it be easily adaptable to the 3rd gen?
after the transmission crossmember, they're essentially identical.
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Well, that gives another option as far a dual exhaust is concerned.
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after the transmission crossmember, they're essentially identical.
That's interesting. I wasn't aware 3rd and 4th were the same after the crossmember going back.

So using a 4th gen catback will work in a third gen?
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yes. in fact, we have a magnaflow catback from a buddy's 2002 formula on my little brother's 5.3 swapped 89 iroc. there are a few details that have to be addressed concerning hangers, but it's not a lot of work.
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yes. in fact, we have a magnaflow catback from a buddy's 2002 formula on my little brother's 5.3 swapped 89 iroc. there are a few details that have to be addressed concerning hangers, but it's not a lot of work.
Well, as mentioned earlier, that really opens up options for exhaust then.
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Texas Speed Performance is now offering this dual exhaust kit for the fourthgen for $500
I'm curious,has somebody tested these to 3-gen?
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as mentioned above, you'll have to modify it from x-pipe forward, and you will need to do some hanger moving in the back.
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