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Old 05-17-2006, 12:43 PM   #11
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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!
From Magnaflows site. I bought them off of eBay last year to put on my G6, but never got around to it so I thought I would see how they looked on the Bonne.

PRICE: $40.27
PART #: 35129
DESCRIPTION: 2.5"x3.2" Diameter 2.25" I.D. Inlet
7.5" Length
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Could you post some shots further away to show the entire rear-end?

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Old 05-19-2006, 08:35 PM   #13
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Forgive me but do you put tip inside stock exhaust and clamp or over top and clamp. Thanks
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Forgive me but do you put tip inside stock exhaust and clamp or over top and clamp. Thanks
I expanded the pipes back to 2.25" and clamped the tips over the pipes
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You mean with a pipe reamer
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You mean with a pipe reamer
Yup, pipe expander.
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So safe to say ours stock are 2"
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So safe to say ours stock are 2"
No, there 2.25" The end of the pipes have slits in them. The factory slid the 2" stock tips in the pipes and clamped them in. This bottle necked the pipes down to 2". I just opened the ends back to 2.25" and slipped the new tips past the slits so it wouldn't close back to 2" when I clamped the new tips on.
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