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Old 07-11-2006, 05:40 PM   #1
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Hey, I need a good exaust system and i need to know what kind of exaust system t put on. What company would you recomend me?flomaster,magnaflow,holley????
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flomaster unless you want a more quiet sound then go with Dynomax.. thats what i have but its not loud enoght for me.. im getting a flomaster..

For parts you can got to Rockauto.com
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Well, first I can tell ya that there are no aftermarket exhausts for the Bonneville. The 2.5" mandrel bent piping is perfect for the engine and does not need to be upgraded. I can reccommend a magnaflow cat converter and and camaro style muffler.
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Heres a link that may help you out.

I have an SE so i had to make my own, yours will be a little bit easyer then mine, but its on the same idea...

you shouldn't need to Run it uner the in pipe like i did and in the other Pics. your should be able to run it just how it is now on you r car.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...hlight=exhaust
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I put on a flowmaster 80 series and had the muffler shop fab me two pipes back out to the rear (on the 80 series its 2.5" coming out not 2.25) so keep in mind you'll probably need to get new tips. I love the sound of the 'master. Idle is a quiet rumble, and its a raspy/throaty sound under throttle, fairly loud at WOT, and almost mute while cruising. Find the page someone posted with movie clips of various exhaust types.
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