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Old 01-30-2006, 09:45 PM   #1
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Where can I find some compatable with the 92 se? Also, since my rear bumper doesn't have the exhaust cut outs, one that is short, or points down a little lol.


I'm new to upgrading the "hardware" so dont slap the newbie
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You'll here both a magnaflow and flowmaster sound exhaust on the 12th.
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I saw this topic title and thought the same damn thing!

You'll be able to choose your preference.

John'* 92: Flowmaster 80 (stock cat unless he gets the Magnaflow installed by then).
My 93: Magnaflow muffler, Magnaflow resonator, Magnaflow cat.

Remarkably different sounds between our cars. But they complement each other while running on the dragstrip together.
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http://bonnevilleclub.com/forum/view...670&highlight=

these are series II cars, but the sounds are similar

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ok so I have a 2000 SSEi and want to get a magnaflow. Which one should I get? Anybody know of the exact part #? Thanks, Brad
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Magnaflow is the way to go. I got the muffler, cat and resonator and love the sound and resonance.
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what if you dremel out the cutouts, anybody ever tried that?
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I have a flowmaster 80 on mine. BonneManMN had a video of his '93 on an 80 which prompted me to get one.

I personally like the flowmasters more.
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if you want a deep "muscly" sound i recommend,
Hooker Aero Chamber Mufflers

(Hooker Aero Chamber Mufflers Increased flow for more performance.
Hooker Aero Chamber mufflers use a unique step principle, similar to that which is currently popular in racing header design. The aerodynamically designed chambers flow 23 percent better, and produce more horsepower and torque than the most popular high-performance brand. )

i have these on my car and i get compliments from alot of people.
you can get them at summit racing for $59

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