After a week of the MAGNAFLOW / ANSA exhaust, I'm about 85% satisfied.
The deeper sound I was thinking of is really only present at idle and revdown.
What I think I'm hearing is actually a lack of backpressure.
Kind of like honking on a trombone instead of controlling the sound with your lips, i.e., the release of the air pressure into the instrument for a particular note.
Which brings me to my idea:
The '92 SSE doesn't have a 'resonator' ahead of the muffler. I think this would help eliminate some of the 'honk'...
My idea, if feasible, is to have a 2.5" in/out glasspack muffler installed where the resonator would be, to give a bit more backpressure without sacrificing much flow, thus tuning the exhaust and perhaps even getting a bit deeper tone from the system.
Lemme have it, Gentlemen.
Is this something that would work, or not?
Any ideas or specifics you can come up with, I'm all ears...so to speak.