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Old 05-15-2006, 06:21 PM   #1
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I put in a PCM tray and a set of Magnaflow tips today.





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tips look good
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Very Nice!!!
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Thanks, I'll get better pics if it ever stops raining.
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Those are nice, did you just do tips or other work.I assume you cut the old ones and weld them on , what kind of price we looking at.Is the tray from intense.
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Those are nice, did you just do tips or other work.I assume you cut the old ones and weld them on , what kind of price we looking at.Is the tray from intense.
I got the PCM tray from my local Chevy dealer for $15. As for the tips, I just pulled out the stock 2" tips, broke the tack weld on the stock band clamps, widened the tail pipe back to 2.25" (it has slits in it) and clamped the new tips on. The bolt head/nut are on top so you can't see them from the back. I didn't want to weld them on. I like to be able to change them when I grow bored and want new ones.

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Good job I thought stock tips were totally welded, never took a good look thats why I thought I wouldnt chnge them.
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Looks great. Those tips really set the car apart from the rest of the Y2K+ SLE/SSEi'*.

Do you have a part # for the PCM tray, or can you get one? It would really be helpful for others with the OBDII PCM who are doing a CAI.
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Looks great. Those tips really set the car apart from the rest of the Y2K+ SLE/SSEi'*.

Do you have a part # for the PCM tray, or can you get one? It would really be helpful for others with the OBDII PCM who are doing a CAI.
The GM part number for the pcm tray is 15995679. You can order one from any GM dealer, or Intense sells them as well.
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can you tell me what part number magnaflows those are? i think those are the same ones i'm looking at getting... they look nice can't wait to see some better shots!
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