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Old 01-23-2004, 07:19 PM   #1
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Maybe a stupid question but........... I have a '94 se (with the single exhaust). I took the exhaust of welded on a glass pack and put it on my '95 seei (with dual). Smart move yea or neigh? Might I have ANY problems later on by doing this?

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im just kinda curious about how that looks..... so you put the glasspack on the 95 ssei right?
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dummer question: What'* a glasspack?

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glasspack = more noise hehe. I'm not sure I'm really following what you did. You have a '94 SE with a single exhaust system and a '95 SSEI with the standard dual exhaust. You took the exhaust system off the '94, installed glasspacks on the '94, and transferred the system to the '95?? Can't be what happened, doesn't make sense. Maybe explain again.
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I'm not very good with words. Sorry. Basically I wanted to know if puttin a single exhaust (with one glass pack) on what was a dual exhaust would hurt in any way shape or form. Yes I am just switching the exhausts out. Maybe I gave too much info. I've even confused myself. Thank you guys for replying.

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Ahhh, hey thanks for the explanation and picture. hmmm..It actually took me a little bit to think about this, probably because I'm tired . I don't see a problem with it. You're replacing a restrictive muffler with an absorption muffler, much better at flowing. I don't see a problem with it. Good luck with it, lemme know how things go.
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