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Old 10-28-2003, 11:14 AM   #1
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has ths been done before? the rear end of a 90 sse is hard to beat so will duals improve it? will the rear skirt have to be cut? if anyone has pics that would be great but any info or opinions would be greatly appreciated
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You can buy a muffler with dual outs and add custom tips to it...go check out Zoro Muffler in Mississauga, they did an incredible job on my 89 Bonneville SE, even tho it was only 1 out...

They can do something for you I'm sure...and reasonably priced too...
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how much did it cost including parts and labour? and do you have pics of it?
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Depends on what you want to do really.

Bonneville: High flow cat, new 2.25" pipe, Stainless steel Magnaflow muffler, Stainless Denali tip: $900 or so installed with taxes

Aurora: Dual stainless Magnaflow mufflers, dual Ractive tips, new pipe from Y-bend back: $700 installed.

I'm looking to do high flow cat next on the Aurora, but my stock pipe is still in awesome shape..no need to replace, the cat with be about 190 bones installed with taxes.

I can get pics, gimme some time tho my Bonneville is owned by my buddy, so I have to go to his place to get pics, check my www link at the bottom of my posts for some Bonneville pics, I can show you the Aurora set up later
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i just bought a new exhaust system(pipes, cat , muffler) everyhting from the headers back. they are all stock aftermarket b/c i just needed a quick system to pass the safety. i dont want to spend a lot of money, im just looking for the style not the performance. i would like to change the muffler with something like this
this is not the exact one but it is similar , (single in dual out) and i would like to add tips similar to these let me know what you think. any suggestions are welcome
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yes its possible, the exact setup u just showed is what i am currently gonna have done. i went to my local shop, and they quoted me $140 + tips.

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thats nto too bad. do you have pics of it?
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I think it can be done. And it would look sweet. This and the rims you're talking about, along with anything else you're thinking about, definitely show pics when you're done!!
Try to do before and after pics so we can see!!
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i havent taken it to be done yet. cuzi have to make the cut outs in the valance in the back. but it will look really nice. its what our cars need.
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i havent taken it to be done yet. cuzi have to make the cut outs in the valance in the back. but it will look really nice. its what our cars need.
kudos to that! yeah it will be some work but it'll pay off in the end. ill get soe pics soon. i dont own a computer yet (long story) but ill get one soon and scan some pics.
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