Location: Home of the Wiffle Ball, Shelton, Connecticut
where to find ball and socket exhaust flanges??
Putting together a new cat back set up for my car and instead of clamping the components together or weld it all up, I'd like to use the ball and socket flange set up that my header to X pipe connection uses and utilize those joints throughout every connection point of my exhaust set up, for easy swapping and easy adjustments and easy take off if I need to
so if anybody knows places to find them, or the real name of that style connection flange, I'd appreciate the help
89 LX -PA manual valve body w. TB-FMS 4.10s -KYBs
-Lakewood Traction Bars -FMS AC delete-Pro-M Bullet 75 mm MAF -FMS 65 mm TB -Edelbrock Performer Intake -GT 40 Cast Iron Heads
-FMS 1.6 RRs -TF Stage 1 cam -BBK Chromed shorties Bassani catted X pipe- SLP loudmouth mufflers-March pullies -B&M Tranny cooler -Ramcharger Fan-Edge Racing 9.5 inch converter 3200 stall with lock up -FMS 24# injectors-MAC subframes -paxton adj. fuel regulator - Crane Hi6s ignition - 276 rwhp, 285 rw ft lb torque
You should check with local muffler shops to see if they can make the ball flange. I worked at a muffler shop for four years while I was stationed in Augusta and the boss saw the flanges on my MAC LT's. I told him how much the ball/socket flanges cost from Summit so he bought the die's to make the 2 1/4", 2 1/2", and 3" ball flange. I made the flanges on my Kooks.