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Old 07-28-2009, 06:30 PM   #1
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Hey I'm almost ready to put my series 80 on the Bonneville. But on center what is the distance between the exhaust tips. In any unit is ok I can convert (so our friends up north can use mm or cm). Thanks alot guys
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dosent matter, what the distance between, the muffler does not sit in the center of the vehicle when installed. You will need to use 2 reference points on the car. You could use the inside of the rear center reflectors for example
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I just need the distance. Cause I'll line up the midpoint of the distance to the mid point of the car. I'm doing this for just the tips. so they look centered and if I ever decide to do cut outs. ok better stated. What is the distance between the center of each dual cut out
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I can take a tape measure and see what the distance is between my exhaust tips if you'd like.
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That would be great I Was like how many SSE and SLE guys do we have ha
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Sorry, I've actually been trying to find a tape measure. I'll go buy one right now. This is a disgrace to all other measuring people out there.
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On my exhaust, it seems to be just about 38.75" between the inner walls of the tips. They're 2" exhaust tips and not properly spaced front-to-back, but just stay at more than 38" between the tips, and you should be fine.

By inner walls of the tips, I mean like measuring the distance between your eyes by way of tear ducts.
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