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Old 10-04-2004, 02:13 PM   #121
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ok, heres the part numbers and info on the magnaflow mufflers

Aluminized Finish Mufflers

INLET/DUAL OUTLET ----- PART#
2.5"/2.25" Dual ------------ 12266
2.5"/2.5" Dual -------------- 12265
3"/2.5" Dual ---------------- 12267


Stainless Steel Finish Mufflers

INLET/DUAL OUTLETS ----- PART#
2.5"/2.25" Dual -------------- 14266
3"/2.5" Dual ------------------ 14267
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the specs on flowmaster...


Flowmaster 80 Series Aluminized Mufflers

INLET/DUAL OUTLET ----- PART#
2.5"/2.5" Dual -------------- 42583
3"/2.5" Dual ---------------- 43083
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i hope this helps some of you guys out
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Thanks for the part numbers!
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Are the flowmaster part numbers a direct replacement for our mufflers?
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Not really. We're using mufflers for the Camaro/Firebird/TA.

Lakeville, you should strongly consider a combination Cat/Res unit. There are some out there. You get both devices in one unit. Then a muffler of your choice. If you really have so many leaks that you need to replace all 3 components, this is the way to go.
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Any good places that you know of Bill that you can direct me too?? The sooner the better, I don't wanna be trying to do exhaust when it'* 2* out this winter With almost 200,000 miles on my car now....I figure that maybe it would be a good idea to replace everything also...aside from the fact that I got a few leaks and the pipe is rusting out.
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The pipe is rusting out? That'* odd.......is it maybe aftermarket? Our exhaust is stainless. It'* possible to rust out, but not very common. There are several internet sources listed in this topic for components. I got all mine from my exhaust dude. Didn't order anything.
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As far as I know, all my exhaust components are original....So 200,000 miles, I think it'* stood the test of time (in my book at least)
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Mine'* got surface rust but that'* it.
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