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Old 08-24-2006, 10:21 AM   #11
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This may have been ocvered, but is the part number listed above applicable for a 92 (non supercharged) without the rear o2 sensor?
same as me, i havea 94, only 1 O2, NA
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This may have been ocvered, but is the part number listed above applicable for a 92 (non supercharged) without the rear o2 sensor?
same as me, i havea 94, only 1 O2, NA
So the 91006 is what i need to?
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This may have been ocvered, but is the part number listed above applicable for a 92 (non supercharged) without the rear o2 sensor?
same as me, i havea 94, only 1 O2, NA
So the 91006 is what i need to?
up unless you have some wierd pipe going to the cat, but that is the part you need, your then same as me.

The only thing you will maybe have to do it get an addparter to go fromt he 2 1/2" cat ot the 2 1/4" Catback pipe, unless your lucky and have the 2 1/2" pipe already
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up unless you have some wierd pipe going to the cat, but that is the part you need, your then same as me.

The only thing you will maybe have to do it get an addparter to go fromt he 2 1/2" cat ot the 2 1/4" Catback pipe, unless your lucky and have the 2 1/2" pipe already
I am almost positive that mine is like yours, 2.25, do you have a resonator? because i dont.
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Mr. Bell, yours should also be the 91006, per Magnaflow'* specs.

And whichever shop does the welding will provide the adaptor you'll need to make it fit. You only need to worry about buying an adaptor if you plan on doing it yourself. In that case, wait until you get the new cat and get under there to measure and verify diameters and lengths yourself before trying to get the adaptor.
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Mr. Bell, yours should also be the 91006, per Magnaflow'* specs.

And whichever shop does the welding will provide the adaptor you'll need to make it fit. You only need to worry about buying an adaptor if you plan on doing it yourself. In that case, wait until you get the new cat and get under there to measure and verify diameters and lengths yourself before trying to get the adaptor.
Lash, I am allot of things, but not a welder, I will be having a shop install it.
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Lol! I didn't want to assume...
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Lol! I didn't want to assume...
i like assumeing ..... lol



But yeah if a shop is going to do it foryeah, you should have no problem then. i just going to clamp it on, no good shop around here that will use my parts.. so i have to do the clamps.

Unless.... hmmmm, i maybe know someone stilll that is a manager at a Monroe Muffler...
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Bandit, I just assume get it welded personally, for me its a piece of mind thing, I know its on and not going to leak or fall off or whatever, just cleaner IMHO.......

Also do you have a resonator on your car? I know that I don't and I have the N10 exhaust, I am excited to hear how it sounds......
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Ryan, If at all possible, get it welded on. If you do decide to clamp it, look in your local parts store for this stuff they use as an adhesive to patch mufflers and use it in the joints to eliminate the almost certain minor leaks you'll get at the clamps.

It'* not the best solution but better than not using anything. I've used it for quick cheap repairs for others in the past, so I know that it will last a few years if needed. I've actually used high-temp J-B Weld for that too and it has worked, but I hesitate to recommend it due to the vibration and stress those cat joints are subjected to.

Again, first choice is welding at a good muffler shop. Worth every penny of the the $40-60 they'll charge you, IMO.
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