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SOLD! Hey there! For a faster response, PM me! For Sale: Used MSA 3-2 Header, Square Ports, No Smog Fittings for 70-76 240z-260z-280z, comes with 2.5" piping, and rubber mounting brackets already welded on and drilled, connected to a 2.5" Magnaflow muffler. Location: Southern CA, San Diego area. Local pickup only, sorry. Price: $150 Reason for selling: I purchased the system to use temporarily until my current headers were finished and installed, no longer need them now. I purchased the MSA 3-2 header from Motorsport!, installed it back in April of 2016, and took them off on the 7th of Sept. I put around 500 miles through them, you'll see in the pictures there is a small amount of rust but nothing serious (you'll have to clean them and get them powder coated). The welding was done by Richards Performance Muffler in Oceanside, CA. If you've never heard a Magnaflow exhaust, they're amazingly nice. Sounds like a V8/old race car. Link to MSA add: here If you have any questions please let me know. I switched from the Magnaflow to JDM twin pipes and let me tell you, the twin pipes do not compare! Reason for edit: SOLD
Made this quick video of the exhaust sound before/after installing a Vibrant Ultra Quiet resonator. For anyone else considering the Ultra Quiet, here is a sample of what you can expect: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnygSNPevbQ&feature=youtu.be It's worth mentioning that this resonator (part#1141) has a 4" tall x 6" wide oval body, so it would have hung pretty low, if it had simply been welded in-line on the 2.5" MSA performance exhaust system. A new front section was fabricated, with a moderate arch to it, in order to keep that thing way off the ground. There is about 1/2" of clearance between the resonator and driveline. Unfortunately, this thing would need to be removed if you had to service your driveline. I believe you can still drop a driveline without moving the straight pipe from MSA, but i could be mistaken. Drone has been significantly reduced in the cabin, to the point that you can have a conversation without yelling. But when you mash on the gas, it's still punchy as hell. It just feels like it's punchy with boxing gloves on now, instead of bare knuckles. =) It's not a tapered bullet shape either, so it's extra important to tuck it way up in there. I'd hate to see what kind of carnage would ensure, if it snagged on something.