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Old 04-06-2010, 07:15 PM   #1
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ok if a 2002 SS Camaro has the optional SLP exhaust from the factory what does the tips look like or how is it identified?
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It should be a quad tip, like normal exit with just two tips on either side. Or it could be a center mounted setup with two long oval tips surrounded by an extra piece of rear bumper, called center mount exhaust. They call the first one Dual/Dual setup if I am not mistaken. I don't have pictures, but I'm sure somebody will post.
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Hi Steve:

1) You're from Albany.
<-------------Look

2) The SLP exhaust on a 2002 Camaro would be in one of two configurations: they offered the Dual-Dual Exhaust Setup or the Center Mount Exhaust Setup (CME).

Dual-Dual is seen here:

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CME is seen here:

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The CME was the higher cost option. The MSRP prices in 2002 for exhaust/intake packages are as follows:

-335HP Dual-Dual Performance Exhaust System [Cost:$594 , MSRP:$699 ]
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-335HP Center Mounted Performance Exhaust System [Cost:$899 ,MSRP:$1059 ]
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-345HP Dual-Dual Exhaust Performance Package with High Flow Induction System [Cost:$849 MSRP:$999]
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-345HP Center Mount Performance Package with High Flow Induction System [Cost:$1159 MSRP:$1359]


The stock SS exhaust would look like this:

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3) Edit: I see you're looking for an SS. Is it around here?
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Excellent post above by The Bronx Bull. Only thing I have to add is that the first pic of the black SS looks more like a Loudmouth catback (only offered as aftermarket, was not optional with the car new). Reason being, the tips in that pic seem to be a bit too glossy and stick out a tad too far for the stock dual/dual (could just be the angle though). But other than that, stock dual/dual tips were the same style.
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I could be wrong but they look more like this.

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Be gentle. She was up on blocks for 2 or 3 weeks preparing for storage last year when I took this picture.
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Hi Steve:

1) You're from Albany.
<-------------Look

2) The SLP exhaust on a 2002 Camaro would be in one of two configurations: they offered the Dual-Dual Exhaust Setup or the Center Mount Exhaust Setup (CME).

Dual-Dual is seen here:

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CME is seen here:

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The CME was the higher cost option. The MSRP prices in 2002 for exhaust/intake packages are as follows:

-335HP Dual-Dual Performance Exhaust System [Cost:$594 , MSRP:$699 ]
OR
-335HP Center Mounted Performance Exhaust System [Cost:$899 ,MSRP:$1059 ]
OR
-345HP Dual-Dual Exhaust Performance Package with High Flow Induction System [Cost:$849 MSRP:$999]
OR
-345HP Center Mount Performance Package with High Flow Induction System [Cost:$1159 MSRP:$1359]


The stock SS exhaust would look like this:

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3) Edit: I see you're looking for an SS. Is it around here?
hi Bronx! car was in NJ and the owner was trying to say the stock GM exhaust was the slp optioned exhaust so i backed out i dont like bs or scammers!
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Interesting - I would have looked at the car nonetheless and I'll tell you why: a lot of people don't know what the hell they have. All SS Camaros were sent to SLP, and all SS Camaros have a GM factory installed exhaust that is slightly different than the stock Z28 exhaust. They probably confused and blended the two.

When I bought my 35th SS from a dealer in MA, the salesman was clueless as to what the car was. He knew nothing about the 35th Anniversary package, the CME exhaust, SLP options, or any of it. I really didn't expect him to nor did I care since I walked in with the research on the car already done - so this probably worked out in my favor. Granted, this is a dealer that moves dozens of cars per day in comparison to a private seller in your case, who actually owned the vehicle.

But generally speaking, every Camaro SS I see for sale, private or through a dealership, has the term "All SLP options" in the description, and it's simply not true.
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The Dual/Dual & CME use the same muffler which flows just as good as any aftermarket.My 02 SS has run 11.88 @113 threw the factory CME muffler and they both have a 3'' pipe going to the y-pipe were the stock Z-28 only has a 2 3/4 on the base model SS.
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If you just passed up a clean SS because of a misinformed person thats sad....someone else will pick it up though, there is always a buyer for these vehicles.

Do some research, it seems as if you, yourself are not 100% sure about what options the SS could have or did have on it.
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I was under the impression that the SS model was slightly different, because straight from the 2002 Camaro catalog on the SS Coupe page:

"Camaro SS Standard Features:

(ninth item down) Low-restriction exhaust with dual-outlets"


They advertised this as being part of the SS package. The page for the Z28 does not say the same. I do know I've seen many of the Z28's with the flat exhaust tips, like so (tough to see, but they're there):

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That is what i was telling them my Black 02 SS had just a Z-28 muffler on it and no difference unless u had a Dual/Dual or a CME.
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high flow exhaust was a option for 01 & 02 cars if not payed for the ss would have a regular exhaust making the car a 325hp car. in 01 ss only had the option of duel/duel exhaust that made the car a 335hp car. in 02 the option of duel/duel,cme,and blackwing were options. if 02 car had option exhaust and lid it made the car a 345hp car
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No, you were correct in the first place. The other poster is wrong.

The BASE (non-SLP) SS system *was in fact* different from the Z28 system. All Z28s '98-'02 had the box-style black tips and a muffler with 2.25" outlets and tail pipes. The SS (other than '98s, which had the single out large tip on the driver's side) came with the high polished, rolled lip 2.5" tips and used a muffler with 2.5" outlets and tail pipes.

As for the poster above stating that his Z28 came with the same muffler and tips as his '02 SS stock, that is simply incorrect. I have both of these stock systems in my basement and tail pipe/muffer outlet size is not the same, plain and simple.

All LS1 Z28s received the box-style black tips stock from GM. This is 100% fact, no exceptions.
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Needless to say I've had my hands on a stock '02 SS exhaust, and a stock '01 Z28 exhaust, from the manifolds to the tips they were identical.
My guess is, you bought that '01 Z28 used, because that was not the stock system (someone must've swapped it with the base SS/WS6 muffler and tips, because that is what you have pictured there).

I have owned enough of these cars brand new, and swapped enough stock exhaust systems to tell you that what you had there was not a stock Z28 exhaust.

The stock muffler & tips on my '98, '99 and '02 Z28s were not like the muffler/tips you claim is stock on your '01. I bought the '99 brand new, and it's muffer & tips were a perfect match to my '98 & '02. I also have the original muffler & tips for my '00 WS6 that I bought brand new, which is different from the Z28s but exactly the same as what you've pictured above - and that system was identicle between WS6 and SS (base) for '99-'02.
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No, you were correct in the first place. The other poster is wrong.

The BASE (non-SLP) SS system *was in fact* different from the Z28 system. All Z28s '98-'02 had the box-style black tips and a muffler with 2.25" outlets and tail pipes. The SS (other than '98s, which had the single out large tip on the driver's side) came with the high polished, rolled lip 2.5" tips and used a muffler with 2.5" outlets and tail pipes.

As for the poster above stating that his Z28 came with the same muffler and tips as his '02 SS stock, that is simply incorrect. I have both of these stock systems in my basement and tail pipe/muffer outlet size is not the same, plain and simple.

All LS1 Z28s received the box-style black tips stock from GM. This is 100% fact, no exceptions.
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This was my original assumption since most Z28's I see on the street are stock, and do indeed have the tucked away rectangle tips; this exhaust style is neat in its own right.

The other poster's Z28 didn't look much like a Z28 to begin with, having different rims and an SS spoiler. The exhaust was probably changed as well.
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I saw many pics of the car was not dual dual or cme so I told him to knock off some cash and he wouldnt budge in good faith for the false advertisment. I'm 43 and have about 15 muscle cars under my belt yes im sure someone will step up.
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The tips were different but the muffler is the same.
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I have the dual/dual system correct?
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Yes that is the SLP Dual/Dual and it is all stainless and polishes up nice and shinny w/ some Mothers polish.
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high flow exhaust was a option for 01 & 02 cars if not payed for the ss would have a regular exhaust making the car a 325hp car. in 01 ss only had the option of duel/duel exhaust that made the car a 335hp car. in 02 the option of duel/duel,cme,and blackwing were options. if 02 car had option exhaust and lid it made the car a 345hp car
My car is a 2000 and was made novemeber 1999, so not just the 01+ came with the high flow dual/dual system.
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