Sadly, I don't think there will any left in 50-60 years with value. By then the wiring harness and especially all the damn computers will be shot. Think what mice could do. The 60s and 70s muscle cars with original wiring has pretty much harden and is brittle due to age. The gauges rarely work...
To give you a perfect example of what "non car folks" think. When I'm out cruising in my 70 Cuda, you would be surprised how many people will ask me at stoplights where I got the aftermarket grill for my new Challenger. Keep in mind, the license plate says CUDA.
I wrote "restriction (velocity)" intentionally instead of saying "back pressure". You want an exhaust pipe that aids flow. Too large a pipe decreases gas velocity and it’s velocity that scavenges the exhaust from the cylinder.
I'm old school as in 60s and 70s muscle cars. Majority of people feel that 3"+ pipes are only good for Hemi's and big block strokers because there isn't enough restriction (velocity) for smaller engines for the exhaust system to work properly. Please explain why they work on these engines.
Personal experience responses only please. Everything I have found says not to use them during cold conditions. But I would be driving on city streets and interstates. NO tracks, drag racing or even extra fast driving. Just normal. Will they still be a major issue ? I' had C7 Vettes from...
As the others have said, it is a LOT harder to get out of than any Mustang. Test drive one and I'm sure you will agree. I'm 69. Not a Vette, but close enough. :D Old guy trying to get out of a sportscar : r/ContagiousLaughter (reddit.com)
As an owner of Vettes/Mach1 and not relying on 3rd party opinions, the C8 has more HP but is a royal pain in the azz to get in/out of as compared to Mach1. They each have advantages/disadvantages depending on your own preferences. Quality is equal. After that it comes down to appearance.
Yes they do. But its after the install is done. In other words, its not worth watching. Instructions that come with it are very basic also. BUT, take your time and look everything over and its fairly easy. Remove the radiator cover and look through grill. You'll figure it out.