Wire is OK for a temporary fix but over time the noise it makes may convince you to do it right.
This is how my stock 72 exhaust was hung, ( I now have 2" German S.S Exhaust system )LOL!!
Are these the guys in Anderson?I didn’t do anything to my car, but I did something for my car today.
Prior to installing my Holley Sniper unit, I had planned on having a certified shop professionally tune it. I found a couple of shops months ago online and spoke with them about doing it. One was about $750 bucks, which was lunacy. The other was very reasonable at about $250. So, I looked up the shop yesterday to give them a call. Prior to calling I checked out their website, which I somehow didn’t do before, and they are classic car shop that is full service...everything from exhaust work, to custom interiors, to full frame off restorations and everything in between. I believe I have an exhaust leak or two around the header gasket area, and decided to have this shop do that work as well. No need to take it to multiple places when one can knock it out. While the car is there I plan to have them give a good look over and see what the cost may be for some other wish list items including metal/body/paint work, dash work, AC install, etc.
At minimum it will be great to have a properly done & sized exhaust system and have the Sniper unit professionally
No, I know that place and stopped by their prior to the pandemic, but have had a hard time getting a hold of them since the pandemic. Plus, they aren’t a certified Holley Sniper location. This shop is on the south side of Indy, near Southport/Greenwood.Are these the guys in Anderson?
Not personally, but a friend had some work done there on his GTO (upholstery and interior stuff) He was happy, IIRC.No, I know that place and stopped by their prior to the pandemic, but have had a hard time getting a hold of them since the pandemic. Plus, they aren’t a certified Holley Sniper location. This shop is on the south side of Indy, near Southport/Greenwood.
Did you have experience with the place in Anderson or anywhere else in & around Indy?
During my working days I was sent out to build scaffolding for other trades at a power plant shut down. The insulators used stainless steel tie wire to hold some of their product in place. Great stuff beats bailing wire all to hell. Still have some around the garage.Oh pleeese.. everybody who is anybody knows that baling wire is the only acceptable wire to use on an exhaust system LOL