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Old 09-15-2006, 07:30 PM   #1
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Hi, I was given a part# 10368894 OEM dual exhaust system. I have a 2005 Bonneville SE model and looking to put a SLE exhaust not after market. Does anybody have resources to verify this part number if it would work for my vehicle. Dealers are not very helpful since I'm changing from single to dual exhaust. Like I said I prefer to stay with OEM exhaust. Thanks
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well i hate to burst your bubble and tell you that the exhaust is a single pipe to the rear and then just has a Y connector and also the Y is a reducer from either 2.25 or 2.5 to a 2 in exhaust. Aftermarket is better I am getting a full 2.5 system soon after my high flow cat gets here
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Not really sure if the dual oem set up would work, there are no cut outs on the SE for the exhaust tips in rear bumper.
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Not really sure if the dual oem set up would work, there are no cut outs on the SE for the exhaust tips in rear bumper.
there are 3-4 members on the site that have converted to the dual exhaust....i think 2 of them used the stock Setup for an SLE/SSEI and have had no problems
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I know that a few members have converted SE'* to dual exhaust. My question is, what was the work around that allows the exhaust tips to clear the rear bumper?
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no work involved at all....the SE bumper is much higher than the SLE/SSEI so it clears with no problems
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