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Old 11-03-2004, 01:32 AM   #21
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how would i tell torque loss...i still chirp the tires when i take off with anything more than i'd say 30% of my pedal pressed..lmao...i know it sounds crazy but they spin...boy do they spin.

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I think that tips look a lot better if they are flush with the bottom of the bumper facia not even with the middle of it. But I might be in the minority here?!?!
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I think that tips look a lot better if they are flush with the bottom of the bumper facia not even with the middle of it. But I might be in the minority here?!?!
Nope, I don't even like to see the tips. Concealed power.
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Nope, I don't even like to see the tips. Concealed power.
Visible tips = powa? Hell i better get some 5" JDM'* for the exits under my bumper...

Side note, i would like mine in some like suggested. And inch or two, but older cars did fine with exhaust sticking out, and not hidden in a cutout. Something to be said for mean looks.
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mine sticks out too, the shop couldn't get them in any further. :(
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nice pics on the exhaust
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i have a ?. what are the different series that you can put on a 95 bonneville sse. i want a dual exhasut setup. what is my inlet 2 1/4"?
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Any muffler can be put on the car for a price. With Flowmaster, The bigger the number the louder the muffler. I have the loudmouth 80. I think they make a 35.
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you wouldnt happen to have a website where i can get a flowmaster 80 series with a dual outlet.
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will this muffler work good or not
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...938461411&rd=1
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