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Old 01-05-2004, 10:06 PM   #1
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I skimmed lighly through the forum for an answer, but couldnt find anything. Anyone know the right Flomaster muffler to by for a 97 bonnie?
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You have an SSE, so you have a 2.5" inlet. Get the F-body (Camaro/Firebird) muffler (80 series is the most popular for the Bonneville) with that outlet size. You need an inlet and outlet on one end, and an outlet on the other end if you want to keep the twin tip configuration stock.
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389-42583

1982-85 Camaro Z28/Firebird Trans Am: 80 Series, 2.5''In/2.5'' Dual Out - 80 Series

$72.99


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Thanks, Andy! I'm a Magnaflow guy. Flowmaster confuses me.
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..boy that looks familiar... lol. very good investment man, you won't regret being able to hear your baby roar.
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Thanks! ...now how about those sweet tips Alien?
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yeah baby..now were talkin'

those quad tips are a must , hehe.



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Hedman Hedders offers these T304 Stainless Steel tips with dual 3" outlets and a 2.5" inlet. They are available with an angled tip and have a high luster “Chrome-like” finish that requires minimum maintenance.
..they took about 5 days to come in for me
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just as another tip option...mine came from JC Whitney and were $40 a pair.

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Hey i'm new to the forums too and i couldnt find my answer.
Maybe could tell me which flowmaster to get for a 92 SE.
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go for one listed above. it will take a little custom install and u will now have dual outlets.

thats the one i went with on my 94 se
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