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Old 06-25-2004, 01:05 AM   #101
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Just found out why the stock aluminum "Fart Cannons" on my car are so thick.
They act as skid plates when you miss your turn on the freeway and have to go across the center divide that has a big dip in it.

Forgot I wasn't driving my Jeep.
reallll smooth there silverbullet
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Old 06-25-2004, 01:24 AM   #102
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It was either that or I would have had to drive for an extra hour and miss my Ferry.
Damn.
Only minor abrasions.
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Old 06-28-2004, 08:22 PM   #103
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OK BOTTOM LINE TIME.

What are all the brand mufflers that will fit our bonnies...

there has to be more than just the 80 series and magnaflow.....
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Old 07-04-2004, 12:03 AM   #104
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Im sure they can custom any exhaust setup that you want. Those to mufflers are the cheapest way to go im guessing.
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The top 3 best flowing mufflers for our cars (in order) are:

Magnaflow
Flowmaster
Dynomax

That'* why we talk about them, and not much else.
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Old 07-04-2004, 02:48 PM   #106
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Borla Makes one for F-Bodies too.

I'm not saying anything about performance #'* till a 3800 with one of them is dyno'd.
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Old 07-08-2004, 02:33 AM   #107
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The top 3 best flowing mufflers for our cars (in order) are:

Magnaflow
Flowmaster
Dynomax

That'* why we talk about them, and not much else.
Will , can u give me a part no. for the Magnaflow,since the 92 is probably the same as the 93. I'll passs this on to my muffler guy. Thanks
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Are any of these mufflers stainless steel? I hesitate to cut off my original muffler because it looks like it will last forever.

Next question, on a '92 with no resonator, can I expect a difference in sound when I cut out my old CAT and put in a high flow version? The '92 SC bonneville must have the largest CAT ever made, I think end to end it is almost 20 inches. I am looking at a random technology metal matrix version.

BTW, when welding stainless steel exhaust parts, the proper way to do it is with stainless steel wire but at least one very popular exhaust place around here just uses plain steel. So expect rust.
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Im looking for a high flow cat and muffler, maggys. Mostly everyong here has it for there SSEi'* I have a 96 SE with single exh. what would I be looking for? I have done intake work and 180 t-stat plugs wires, im looking for exh. work now I need some help? I havn't been here for a while, my car was hit by a deer and took like 3 months for me to get it fixed, big ol' mess, came thru my windshing and smacked me in the face. Sucked badly, just glad I didnt have big injury'*, a black eye almost swollen shut cut my hand from the glass. I should scan the pics and show them if I knew how. Blood and guts and deer hair in my mouth and all over my car. Man u should c the pics.
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Old 08-17-2004, 10:37 AM   #110
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Geeze, that had to suck big time.....You can get a flowmaster 80 for your car, and whoever puts it on will fabricate you another tube to have dual outlets
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