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Old 04-24-2006, 01:29 PM   #1
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i have been looking at a 1992 bonne ssei the one in my sig
and i was wondering if i could take that exhaust and bolt it right up as a replace ment
though it would be duals i was wondering what i could do i have the pipe adapter for it so it shouldnt be to hard
what do you think?
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You're wanting to take the exhaust off the '92 Bonne and put it on the '93 Olds, right?

Not knowing the Olds 88 undercarriage at all, I'd have to say that you need to get a good look at clearances and hanger locations before you go any further. Also, compare the exhaust pipe diameter, which should be the same, I would think.

Other than that, I can't see any reason why this wouldn't work. You are doing this to get the dual exhaust look on your Olds, correct? Is the '92 Bonne a parts car?
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um well i am going (within the next 2 months) to my best friends junk yard and he knows how much i miss having dual exhaust on my car and he said that he has a 1992 pontiac bonneville sse or ssei that one of them has dual exhaust and said that that should be a direct hook up so(god willing) the setup should work and i will have it on the 1993 olds delta88 within a year
but i think that the diameter is pretty close and i could buy an adapter
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Being that you have an H body the underside of your car should be the exact same as the SSEi... You'll have to have a good look but I get the feeling they will be identical... We need to see a 93 service manual for the H bodies... I believe you'll find them to be the same.

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i dont know about 93 but 94 was 2.5" exhuast.......same diameter as SSEi
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yea the stock exhaust is 2.5 when i had duals befor i put on 2 3/4 but fabricated matching brackets so then that way it would bolt right up
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Then it sounds like you should have no difficulty.
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good deal then cause that is just one of my ideas that i am wanting to do so this
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=52959
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If you want a dual exhaust system thats from a gm car go with the GP system that way you can have two mufflers and it sounds better I think.
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thats exactly what i want and need but i need to find a place where i can get them and find a way to put them on
now putting them on for me is the easy part the hard part is coming up with the money and getting it to my car
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