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Old 01-21-2008, 10:36 PM   #1
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I read somewhere on here that a V8 Camero muffler would fit a '94 SE.

At least I think I read that, I can't find it.

Anyway I answered an ad for a new magnaflow muffler for a Camero but when I asked he said the inlet was on the passenger side. Is he wrong or is there more than one set up for a Camaro?
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On my 87' Camaro, the inlet is passengers side for sure.
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Flip the muffler over and it'* on the other side. They are crossflow mufflers. Outlet on one end, inlet and outlet on the other end.
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Flip the muffler over and it'* on the other side. They are crossflow mufflers. Outlet on one end, inlet and outlet on the other end.



Why didn't I clue into that?

Now the fun begins, but first I have to pry the car away from the wife for a day.
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You will need to account for outlets and/or tips to turn to the rear and for the SSEi/SSE exhaust hangers. The hanger brackets are welded to the turned outlets:

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You can just see the sheet metal welded to the outside turn on the outlets, and that connects to the rubber hanger.
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I can't quite see what you mean, hopefully I can see it in person in a few weeks.

Got the muffler and tips yesterday, delivered to my door for a total of $30. I was expecting semi to well used but except for a heavy layer of dirt and one slightly damaged tip, it looks brand new. He says it'* been sitting in his garage for 2 years.

This almost complete kit:

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Some brackets and hangers are missing as well as the long pipe that I don't need anyway.
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You'd be best to cut off those hangers and use OEM hangers instead. There'* a couple cars here you can cut off the tips from with my cordless reciprocating saw. You'll need the other half of the bracket anyway.
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Hold the presses!

Just remembered jr's3800 got these from AdvanceAuto part numbers 42569 and 42558 for the left and right, with hanger brackets welded. The description is 'walker pipe'.

25 bucks a side though. Still think a wrecker would be best.
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