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Old 01-15-2006, 12:59 PM   #1
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Hi im new to the club... i just got a nice Black 94 Bonneville SE. Iv been thinking about doing a dual exhaust on it. i here that i can get a Camaro muffler and use it sense it has and input/output on one side and on the other has one output. Does any know if this will work?
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Yes it will work. That'* the configuration the SSE and SSEi came with. You'll have to find one with 2.25" inlets and outlets, or adapt to the 2.5'*.

This is not "Dual" exhaust. This is dual outlet. Dual exhaust has a seperate intermediate pipe coming from each exhaust manifold all the way back. Not really practical, nor necessary for us.
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Many of the SSE/SSEi guys here use the Flowmaster 80 series, or comperable Magnaflow muffler. it should work with an SE, although the rest of your exhaust will be 2.25" versus the SSE/SSEi which is 2.5"

So you should be good.
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cool, that helps alot. im going to do some many things to this car, i love it, its my first bonneville.
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I have a flowmaster 80 series on my car with that layout. The smallest inlet/outlet size you can get with a flowmaster 80 is 2.5", so for the inless you'll need a 2.25 to 2.5 adapter and just use 2.5 for the pipes going out the back. PM/IM me if you have any questions.
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I have a flowmaster 80 series on my car with that layout. The smallest inlet/outlet size you can get with a flowmaster 80 is 2.5", so for the inless you'll need a 2.25 to 2.5 adapter and just use 2.5 for the pipes going out the back. PM/IM me if you have any questions.
or you could do what i did. get the mid pipe from a 92se and weld that on. its 2.5" and it has no resonator.
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