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Old 02-06-2007, 12:09 AM   #1
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for the 03 se to have dual outlet exhaust would i need to get the camaro/firebird muffler style or split it after the cat with a y thing and get 2 mufflers??
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Why? Cars of your generation carry stock mufflers into the High 13'*.
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sound.....and i have a magnaflow hi flow cat sittin in the garage would i benefit at all from putting it on??
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Either or, take your pick. I've only got 1 "muffler", right after the cat, before the split. Others have two after the split.
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The car directly above me has 3" exhaust and can actually support the flow.

Your SE will gain no power from a muffler change. 2000 and newer bonnevilles with dual outlets don't use the same camaro/firebird muffler the 92-99'* do.

You have a Y and two seperate mufflers on the SLE/SSEi.
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maybe this should have been in detailing/appearence
but if alls i want is sound and maybe some nice dual tips
which way would be the BEST to go (already have the magnaflow hi-flow cat)
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You have an SE, so I assume you don't have the Y. I'd think adding the Y would be pretty far out there price-wise for sound.

You have a single muffler, right? Replace it. With a Magnaflow, Flowmaster, Hooker, or something else.
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Best way to go would be just replace your stock muffler. If you really want to surprise people with sound, put in a cut out.
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and a cut out is??
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He was joking. A cutout would make your car sound like ***.

Opens the exhaust WIDE OPEN by pulling a cable or flipping a switch.
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