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Old 11-16-2004, 12:39 AM   #1
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Ok...taken from the many posts read..I have an all stock 94 SSE w/139k miles.

I opted for the autolite copper 606'* and plan to gap them at 55-57, stock coils and new triple slicone lifetime wires, pcv, fuel filter, trans service with filter and dexronlll max-life and maybe a friction modifier if I still have the chuggle, clean the egr, tb and maf sensor...any further suggestions? Am I on the right path?

Ok...exhaust...I took a good look today and it wont be long before I need a full system. I have read posts about using 300zx and maxima exhaust systems if I remember correctly.

I am assuming these items are salvage yard finds from the frugal minded. What are the appropriate models and makes of autos that will install on the Bonnie.

Funny thing...this I dont understand...I have a 90 Bonnie with 280K miles that I have had ten years. The original exhaust system/muffler on it is stainless and still looks like new.
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yea u can use a 300zx setup on ur exhause i have that on my 93 bonnie i have now
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thanks,

can you go into more detail?

What year model 300zx? How much fabrication is required? What tricks did you learn?
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if your talking muffler.... any company that offers an application for a Camaro/Firebird will do the trick. the F-bodies mufflers will work perfectly you only have to extend the tips out to the end of the bumper
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ok...heres the deal.

My recent purchase is going to need a full exhaust system very soon. I am looking for a cheap and effective solution to the problem.

I love diggigng for gold in salvage yards if that is a possibility.

Any ideas on what complete systems will fit the 94 bonnie other than that specific model?

I will need front to back system.
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