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Old 08-10-2006, 04:39 PM   #11
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heh, mine is stock and sounds pretty mean

but yeah...totally true dual exaust rules
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SSE'* and SSEi'* all have single inlet, dual outlet mufflers through 1999. SLE'* and SSEi'* (and GXP'*) from 2000-2005 have a Y pipe that splits to two small mufflers.

No FWD Bonnevilles have true dual exhaust. It'* a little difficult to do with a FWD.
Yeah, I have the N10, which is why I was wondering, I could just use all my old pipes, right?, I mean, if I got the Flowmaster.
yup, thats what i did, kinda....
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N10 is already supposed to be the throatiest...exhaust GM put on the cars.
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N10 is already supposed to be the throatiest...exhaust GM put on the cars.
The N10 is a lower, throatier pitch then any of the 92-99 cars that i've ever heard with OE exhaust. Doesn't hurt that it only has one piece of equipment before it (cat) giving it time to build up some nice reverb But by now they're all rustier then most of us would prefer, even if they do function just fine. Just surface rust, but still...

I do miss the high RPM notes from it though, was very nice once you dropped the hammer...There'* a reason i didn't junk it when i put the 80 series on.

right click and save as, it'* mellowed out some, it'* smoother for sure after two years, but still burbly.
http://fearthepearl.com/vids/exhaustlong.wmv
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My N10 muffler is fine, it'* kinda dinged up from rocks, but there isn't any rust. I even have the tips polished (one of them anyway, ongoing project). And yes, it does have a throaty sound, but I don't think it'* throaty enough. I want more.
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I don't mean to hijack the thread but wouldn't getting a set of headers or even the powerlog that zzp is selling make the note deeper and more like a v8 and I got a set of the v force mufflers that came with the car and I am told it sounds like the flowmasters 80s and it has a nice deep rumble but will be louder when I have the high flow cat and the resonator removed. I am also wandering which would make a deeper sound a 3 in or a 2.5 system alll the way back.
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