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Old 09-22-2005, 11:46 PM   #11
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You can also easily enough have adaptors made to go from one diameter to the other.
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You can also easily enough have adaptors made to go from one diameter to the other.
I really dont like to rig up anything on my car, expecially something or a more permanent nature like the exhaust. Its worth the effort to research first and do it right the first time. Nothing I hate seeing more on a classy car than a bunch of clamps and adapters holding on an aftermarket muffler.
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Got all my parts from:

www.justmagnaflow.com

Free shipping too.
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i got my muffler from www.fle-online.com

i plan to order from them again if i can ever afford mods, right now id rather have a stock car with gas in it.

i used Magnaflow Part # 12555

which is 2.25" in and out...center/offset...the handy thing about magnaflows is they are usualy reversible.



the stock piping on an SE is 2.25inch unless its equipped with the N10 exhaust package.

no major modifcations had to be done to mine, i kept the stock talpipe, or should i say lack thereof, you couldnt see the tail pipe on my car unless you got under it and looked..and i liked it that way
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That muffler won't work on his car.

Get the 2.5" inlet crossflow with dual 2.5" outlets, and have 2.5 to 2.25 adapters welded on for your outlets, or simply have custom 2.5" outlets made.

I have an identical setup (nearly) to the one you posted, only my resonator is different. VERY big.

Magnaflow cat, Magnaflow resonator, Magnaflow muffler.

You can keep your stock resonator if you like. It'* not a restriction.
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Get a new kitty cat from ebay, then I got the Flowmaster from Jegs...got a cool hat and a bunch of stickers and free catologs that I still get....been over 2 years now!
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You can also easily enough have adaptors made to go from one diameter to the other.
I really dont like to rig up anything on my car, expecially something or a more permanent nature like the exhaust. Its worth the effort to research first and do it right the first time. Nothing I hate seeing more on a classy car than a bunch of clamps and adapters holding on an aftermarket muffler.
Nothing really has to be "rigged up" I mean all it is is another 4 inches of pipe welded in. But suit yourself.
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That muffler won't work on his car.
he said he was compiling a list for all Bonnevilles....SEs are people too! and some people might not want dual outlets for the SE, because for one thing theyd just be hanging below the bumper.
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That muffler won't work on his car.
he said he was compiling a list for all Bonnevilles....SEs are people too! and some people might not want dual outlets for the SE, because for one thing theyd just be hanging below the bumper.
The factory duals on my 95 don't hang down.
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That muffler won't work on his car.
he said he was compiling a list for all Bonnevilles....SEs are people too! and some people might not want dual outlets for the SE, because for one thing theyd just be hanging below the bumper.
The factory duals on my 95 don't hang down.
My 1996 SE SC has 2.5" pipe with dual outlets, no tips, just dumps. You can hardly even see that they're there.
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