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Old 04-11-2006, 08:35 PM   #1
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I was hoping that someone could tell me whether or not this would work on my 95 SE. I know I would have to do some work on the bumper to allow for the exhaust tips, and I would need a hanger for the driver'* side exhaust pipe. Other than that, what do you think?
It is for a 95-97 Camaro/Firebird 3.8 L. It has 2.5 outlets.
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Looks good to me.
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I don't think the pipes will work out, but the muffler itself is a go. Lots of us have f-body mufflers.
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^^
True, muffler and outlets definitely, the other pipes no.
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hmmm, the pipes were the main reason that I was considering this particular one. I like the dual look. Oh well, have to find something else. Thanks.
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You can still get similar looking outlet pipes...
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Okay, I'll be the first to admit I don't know much about exhaust. Why would these not work and what would I get that would? Thanks.
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you need a mufler with dual inlets on one side and single on the other. the front inlet(towards front of car) is where your normal exhaust pipe from your cat/resonator will go it. the back outlet and the outlet on the other side will be used to run your tips out.
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? An f-body muffler has an outlet on one end, and an outlet with an inlet on the other. That'* what you want. So you can mount it sideways like your stock muffler.
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