Stainless Steel Muffler Assembly Inquiry ... FELLOW MEMBERS PLEASE RESPOND

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James Ferge

Guest
My fellow Amphi members -

I had engineered a high performance and sound stainless steel muffler
system for my car and I have the option of having multiple more made.
The only thing is it would take a pretty large investment on my part to
get them manufactured so I wanted to see what type of demand there may
be for them. The muffler and j-pipe consists of 409 stainless steel.
I also had the trim piece for the outside of the muffler pipe
fabricated as well, and it consists of 303 stainless steel. The
estimated price for the package at this time will run around $625.00.
MEMBERS PLEASE RESPOND with your feedback so I will know how to
proceed. This package is designed for the 1147 engine but can be
retrofitted to the 1300 and 1500 engine with a j-pipe change.

Thanks,

Sam Ferge
Pearl White 1966 Amphi
(317) 538-8946 cell
 
J

James Ferge

Guest
My fellow Amphi members -

I had engineered a high performance and sound stainless steel muffler
system for my car and I have the option of having multiple more made.
The only thing is it would take a pretty large investment on my part to
get them manufactured so I wanted to see what type of demand there may
be for them. The muffler and j-pipe consists of 409 stainless steel.
I also had the trim piece for the outside of the muffler pipe
fabricated as well, and it consists of 303 stainless steel. The
estimated price for the package at this time will run around $625.00.
MEMBERS PLEASE RESPOND with your feedback so I will know how to
proceed. This package is designed for the 1147 engine but can be
retrofitted to the 1300 and 1500 engine with a j-pipe change.

Thanks,

Sam Ferge
Pearl White 1966 Amphi
(317) 538-8946 cell
 
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Daniel & Kathy Gibson

Guest
Sam,
>> Will this be a correct looking bolt up style, or the replacement
>> style that uses a strap?
>>
>> Dan
>>
>> James Ferge wrote:
>>>
>>> My fellow Amphi members -
>>>
>>> I had engineered a high performance and sound stainless steel muffler
>>> system for my car and I have the option of having multiple more made.
>>> The only thing is it would take a pretty large investment on my part to
>>> get them manufactured so I wanted to see what type of demand there may
>>> be for them. The muffler and j-pipe consists of 409 stainless steel.
>>> I also had the trim piece for the outside of the muffler pipe
>>> fabricated as well, and it consists of 303 stainless steel. The
>>> estimated price for the package at this time will run around $625.00.
>>> MEMBERS PLEASE RESPOND with your feedback so I will know how to
>>> proceed. This package is designed for the 1147 engine but can be
>>> retrofitted to the 1300 and 1500 engine with a j-pipe change.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Sam Ferge
>>> Pearl White 1966 Amphi
>>> (317) 538-8946 cell
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>
 
D

Daniel & Kathy Gibson

Guest
Sam,
>> Will this be a correct looking bolt up style, or the replacement
>> style that uses a strap?
>>
>> Dan
>>
>> James Ferge wrote:
>>>
>>> My fellow Amphi members -
>>>
>>> I had engineered a high performance and sound stainless steel muffler
>>> system for my car and I have the option of having multiple more made.
>>> The only thing is it would take a pretty large investment on my part to
>>> get them manufactured so I wanted to see what type of demand there may
>>> be for them. The muffler and j-pipe consists of 409 stainless steel.
>>> I also had the trim piece for the outside of the muffler pipe
>>> fabricated as well, and it consists of 303 stainless steel. The
>>> estimated price for the package at this time will run around $625.00.
>>> MEMBERS PLEASE RESPOND with your feedback so I will know how to
>>> proceed. This package is designed for the 1147 engine but can be
>>> retrofitted to the 1300 and 1500 engine with a j-pipe change.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Sam Ferge
>>> Pearl White 1966 Amphi
>>> (317) 538-8946 cell
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>
 
H

Hadley Ohlinger

Guest
I just replaced my muffler and j pipe. Wished I'd waited a week because stainless would be ideal and your cost is what I just put out. Hadley (61 white)

Daniel & Kathy Gibson <dkgibson3@tx.rr.com> wrote: <blockquote class="replbq" style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid"> <div id="ygrp-text"> Sam,
>> Will this be a correct looking bolt up style, or the replacement
>> style that uses a strap?
>>
>> Dan
>>
>> James Ferge wrote:
>>>
>>> My fellow Amphi members -
>>>
>>> I had engineered a
high performance and sound stainless steel muffler
>>> system for my car and I have the option of having multiple more made.
>>> The only thing is it would take a pretty large investment on my part to
>>> get them manufactured so I wanted to see what type of demand there may
>>> be for them. The muffler and j-pipe consists of 409 stainless steel.
>>> I also had the trim piece for the outside of the muffler pipe
>>> fabricated as well, and it consists of 303 stainless steel. The
>>> estimated price for the package at this time will run around $625.00.
>>> MEMBERS PLEASE RESPOND with your feedback so I will know how to
>>> proceed. This package is designed for the 1147 engine but can be
>>> retrofitted to the 1300 and 1500 engine with a j-pipe change.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Sam Ferge
>>> Pearl
White 1966 Amphi
>>> (317) 538-8946 cell
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>

</blockquote>



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H

Hadley Ohlinger

Guest
I just replaced my muffler and j pipe. Wished I'd waited a week because stainless would be ideal and your cost is what I just put out. Hadley (61 white)

Daniel & Kathy Gibson <dkgibson3@tx.rr.com> wrote: <blockquote class="replbq" style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid"> <div id="ygrp-text"> Sam,
>> Will this be a correct looking bolt up style, or the replacement
>> style that uses a strap?
>>
>> Dan
>>
>> James Ferge wrote:
>>>
>>> My fellow Amphi members -
>>>
>>> I had engineered a
high performance and sound stainless steel muffler
>>> system for my car and I have the option of having multiple more made.
>>> The only thing is it would take a pretty large investment on my part to
>>> get them manufactured so I wanted to see what type of demand there may
>>> be for them. The muffler and j-pipe consists of 409 stainless steel.
>>> I also had the trim piece for the outside of the muffler pipe
>>> fabricated as well, and it consists of 303 stainless steel. The
>>> estimated price for the package at this time will run around $625.00.
>>> MEMBERS PLEASE RESPOND with your feedback so I will know how to
>>> proceed. This package is designed for the 1147 engine but can be
>>> retrofitted to the 1300 and 1500 engine with a j-pipe change.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Sam Ferge
>>> Pearl
White 1966 Amphi
>>> (317) 538-8946 cell
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>

</blockquote>



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David Chapman

Guest
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<font face="Arial" size="2">Although I've had a stainless exhaust system on my Amphi for more than 10 years (custom made by a local specialist) I probably wouldn't do it again. Stainless makes a lot of sense under a normal car but I don't think it is really necessary inside an Amphi. Biggest problem is stainless steel always seemsmore noisy - not sure why asthe design is the same as a mild steel original.</font>
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<font face="Arial" size="2">What I'd like to see isa steel muffler that issuper quiet and super cool - so it would be much large diameter - maybe 6 or 7 inches -and much longer. It would have proper welded brackets but be far enough from the engine so it will work in a 1300. Also a custom J pipe for the 1300 as well as 1147. Finally the outlet angle should be correct so it looks original from the outside and also the chrome outside bit fits properly - and the outside bit works better if it's chrome, as well as not looking better the chrome doesn't tarnish as badly as stainless from water splashes. </font>
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<font face="Arial" size="2">David C</font>
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David Chapman

Guest
<table style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #ffffff" bgColor="#ffffff">
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<font face="Arial" size="2">Although I've had a stainless exhaust system on my Amphi for more than 10 years (custom made by a local specialist) I probably wouldn't do it again. Stainless makes a lot of sense under a normal car but I don't think it is really necessary inside an Amphi. Biggest problem is stainless steel always seemsmore noisy - not sure why asthe design is the same as a mild steel original.</font>
<font face="Arial" size="2"></font>
<font face="Arial" size="2">What I'd like to see isa steel muffler that issuper quiet and super cool - so it would be much large diameter - maybe 6 or 7 inches -and much longer. It would have proper welded brackets but be far enough from the engine so it will work in a 1300. Also a custom J pipe for the 1300 as well as 1147. Finally the outlet angle should be correct so it looks original from the outside and also the chrome outside bit fits properly - and the outside bit works better if it's chrome, as well as not looking better the chrome doesn't tarnish as badly as stainless from water splashes. </font>
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<font face="Arial" size="2">David C</font>
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