(1) Collector Header Insert Muffler Silencer Baffle Gasser Rat Rod Fit 3.5" Od on 2040-parts.com
Waxahachie, Texas, United States
Known as CC Inserts, this unique design helps pull the exhaust gases through the exhaust system. This can increase torque and horsepower, while decreasing sound volume. The insert is 7" long. Simply slide them into your header collector or anywhere in the exhaust pipe. You can easily install them to be removable. These baffles are so unique that they have a US Patent. They offer a great amount of versatility to dial the sound where you want it. They can be packed between each disk with a muffler packing or steel wool and each kit comes with an optional plug and restrictor cap for the center tube. Save weight (less than 1 pound), and valuable space under the car.
Single exhaust order 1 Insert. Dual exhaust order 2 Inserts
The 2 Disk Inserts are recommended for race application. 3-5 decibel sound reduction. For street applications or where a quieter exhaust note is needed use the 3 disk inserts.
Available sizes: 2", 2 1/4", 2 1/2", 3", 3.5", 4", 4.5". Check our store for listings in your size.
For complete tech info visit carchemistry.com
The CC Inserts have been described as a "Sound of Authority". Sold individually.
We'll be happy to answer any questions: 972-937-7735 Ken
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