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Old 09-17-2003, 02:05 PM   #21
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It is true that the SE with the SC has the same exhaust as the SSEi. The tips are just turn-downs tucked up under the rear bumper valence--but it is the same transversely mounted muffler as the SSEi, SSE, Firebird, Camaro. Good luck with that hitch.

I held off on my 1000th post as long as I could, but I thought I just had to help a fellow SESC owner.

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Congrats Timmy!
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I have one huge transversly mounted muffler like that, but i have the special RPO GM exhaust thing...
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Thanks, Billy!

Yeah, MN, you have that very wierd optional exhaust. I still haven't seen another like it
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It purrs more then any other bonnie i drove, so low and smooth. But not quiet!
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This is my muffler.
Is this like what you're talking about?


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You need the SSE/SSEi hitch like me. Not the SE hitch.
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I'm just guessing but that average install time of 25 minutes is a farce.

And thank you for the link and info.
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Old 09-18-2003, 05:33 PM   #29
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JrFaust,

I've said it once and I'll say it again, we have twin cars

That is the exact same paint/setup as mine. Do you have the tan interior/Ghetto Gold rims? (*Maybe I should read your sig*)

Okay, you have a few more mods than me--but the same base car
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No I got the 16" 10 spoke 50% gray alloy rims.
They're nice but a few are dented, been trying to replace them but I can't afford the $525 each that the dealers wants and I can't really afford the $180 each that AAARims.com wants.

But if anyone knows of a set for cheep please let me know and I do mean cheap

Yep I got the tan interior with a few pieces of gray.

You know I swear I've seen two more 95 SESC'* driving I94 from Wisconsin to Minnesota that look just like mine, that'* a weird feeling.
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