Thrush Launches New Welded Muffler, Stainless Steel Glasspacks and Two New Systems

Thrush Launches New Welded Muffler, Stainless Steel Glasspacks and Two New Systems

The Thrush brand, a popular choice among muscle car enthusiasts from the 1960s through today, announces the release of two new muffler series - Thrush Welded and the Stainless Steel Glasspacks - plus two complete Thrush Turbo exhaust systems for 1969 Camaros and 1964-72 El Caminos.

The Thrush brand, a popular choice among muscle car enthusiasts from the 1960s through today, announces the release of two new muffler series – Thrush Welded and the Stainless Steel Glasspacks – plus two complete Thrush Turbo exhaust systems for 1969 Camaros and 1964-72 El Caminos.

Thrush systems, mufflers and accessories are manufactured by Tenneco Inc.

Available for a wide-range of popular domestic and import applications, new 100-percent aluminized Thrush Welded mufflers are fully welded for extended durability and wear. Featuring a two-chamber design for improved flow and a deep, aggressive tone, the new mufflers are available in a 19-in. overall length with a 2-1/4-in., 2-1/2-in., or 3-in. inlet and outlet diameter in a variety of center/offset styles.

Stainless Steel Glasspacks, another new muffler series from Thrush, combine the classic sound and power of the original Glasspack with a heavy-gauge T304 stainless steel shell. The Thrush Stainless Steel muffler features a straight-through perforated tube for minimal turbulence and continuous roving fiberglass for the classic Thrush sound. Available in a 25-in. overall length, the new Glasspacks are available in a 2 ¼-in., 2 ½-in., or 3-in. inlet and outlet diameter.

Thrush also released the first full Thrush Turbo exhaust systems for 1969 Camaros SBC (p/n 89018) and 1964-72 El Caminos SBC (p/n 89019). Each Thrush Turbo exhaust system features 2-1/2-in. smooth-bend, fully aluminized tubing and includes an H-pipe and two classic Thrush Turbo mufflers. Each Thrush Turbo muffler utilizes a unique high-flow design with reversible flow chambers, time-tested spun-locked heads and all-aluminized materials. The new systems also include all necessary hangers, brackets and other hardware.

For more information on Thrush Welded mufflers, Stainless Steel Glasspacks or new Thrush Turbo systems, call (734) 384-7806 or contact your nearest performance exhaust dealer.

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