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Old 04-05-2008, 02:14 PM   #1
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plz help me find a exhuast i looked everywhere and cant find ****, and also wat type, and also wat is good to use on a piece of a skirt that is kinda loose, i dont know wat to use to make it stick back on, wat kind of glue?
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any f-body muffler will work (firebird, camaro)
most here seem to prefer magnaflow along with flowmaster.
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Is the skirt a piece of body molding?

There are many after market exhaust systems that would work on our cars. What are you looking for? Stock? Louder, more flow etc.
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any f-body muffler will work (firebird, camaro)
most here seem to prefer magnaflow along with flowmaster.
Absolutely wrong. The 2000'* don't have anything remotely resembling a Firebird or 92-99 Bonneville setup.

Please be aware of the generational differences.
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plz help me find a exhuast i looked everywhere and cant find ***^, and also wat type, and also wat is good to use on a piece of a skirt that is kinda loose, i dont know wat to use to make it stick back on, wat kind of glue?
Please read this first:
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=73691
It'll help us help you.

You need to get a bit more specific about what model your car is. Please add the year and model to your signature by editing your profile.

What'* wrong with the exhaust? Stock mufflers and piping carry most SSEi'* well into the 13'* on the quarter mile. There would be no performance benefit to changing them on a stock or lightly-modded car. In a nutshell, if there'* nothing wrong with the mufflers or pipe (as I'd expect on an '03), leave it unless you want a sound change, but you need to give us alot more details.
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