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Old 02-07-2012, 11:49 PM   #1
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Default Early 4th Gen Square tipped Exhaust-Fit 98?

Just like it says will a 94 muffler with the square tips bolt onto a 98?
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why wouldnt it
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who cares, pick different tips.
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I can see it was a complete waste of time asking that question on here. 2 square tips look better than a single outlet IMO.

Why wouldnt it? I dont know why do engineers do half the stupid things they do?

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I got stainless steel versions for my car.
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if your talking about the rectangle tips, they were stock on all Z28's from 93-02, so yes they will fit
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I can see it was a complete waste of time asking that question on here. 2 square tips look better than a single outlet IMO.

Why wouldnt it? I dont know why do engineers do half the stupid things they do?

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so you have a single out exhaust tip right now?

Check your exhaust set up, the square Z28 tips are a dual out muffler, if you have a single tip you might have a single out muffler. Most Z28 came from factory with dual exhaust but I have heard some ppl mentioning their cars came with a single out exhaust.

As far as fitment, the entire stock catback from 93-97 should fit a 98-02 F-body with some adjustment with the hangers, maybe different pipe dimensions, etc; any muffler shop can do it though.
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I would just go with some corsa clones or something.
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The stock base exhaust on all LS1 Z28's was the same square tip style.
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Yeah see thats what I was curious about. My 98 ss has the factory single outlet. My 94 had the square tipped dual outlet. I was just curious for free purposes only lol if the old muffler would bolt right on and utilize the factory hangers. I agree I'd much rather put something else on but I can't stand the single outlet look on my ss.
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If I recall, the single outlet exhaust on early 98's is very rare. I would do some research on it before you hack it up
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If I recall, the single outlet exhaust on early 98's is very rare. I would do some research on it before you hack it up
I believe it's only on 98 SS's (and maybe not all of them) and 98 only WS.6's as well...and again, maybe not all of those either...if you don't like it, remove it whole and sell it to someone...I used to LOVE the look of the 2 on the left systems from the 96 or 97 SS...and if I had a WS.6, I'd want the single on the left just because it looks extra wrong with the cutouts in the Pontiac rear bumper
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