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Old 09-07-2004, 06:07 PM   #111
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I'm assuming all of these wil work for a '91? I'm going to start a few mods and the Magnaflow is looking real good to me now...
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Hook up with Jim. He had a sweet setup on his, and has clips of the exhaust, before and after.
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How do I find out if my 93 SE has an n10? And would an exhaust upgrade be feasable if I did have the n10? And what about the resonator for the 93 (if it has one?)

Besides the Flowmaster 80, wouldnt I need to replace that Catalytic Converter as well or would the Flowmaster do?

It already has a nice gurgling sound, but thats before my planned CAI upgrade. I just want to have higher air flow and keep the gurgle. Mayby louder, but I need to pull in to the garage at night without waking up my folks. :o
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Old 09-20-2004, 09:40 PM   #114
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Well I want to upgrade my exhaust system on my car but I have a few questions.

One what size is the of pipe on a 1996 oldsmobile LSS.
Second any recommendation on a hi flow cat ?
Third any recommendation on a muffler (not to nosiy)?
Forth should I get a resonator or do I have one already?
Fifth should I just weld in a high flow cat or go all out?
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Old 09-23-2004, 01:34 PM   #115
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Quote:
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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.

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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.
That was a good question. Are any/all of these stainless? I won't do anything unless it is.

Also, besides the manifolds, are the mufflers the NEXT on the list of restrictive exhaust things needing to be replaced?

Thanks!
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magnaflow is stainless.... I forget what the flowmaster is, but it'* still looking good under there.

Magnaflows come polished too.
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magnaflow is stainless.... I forget what the flowmaster is, but it'* still looking good under there.

Magnaflows come polished too.
Sounds good, any recommendations on where to buy them?
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Jegs has them all i think...
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Jegs has them all i think...
Thanks, there'* a lot of good stuff on that site.
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The part number for the Magnaflow I got is 12266 at justmagnaflow.com. 81.71 is what they list my muffler as.
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