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So, has anyone found a rear muffler for a Catera ?
I love the sound of the Remus mufflers but I cant find anything for the Cat/Omega online for a decent price so, maybe one of the universal types that would bring out the sound without the rice look ??
I'm sure I'm not the only one to think about a change and am hoping one of you has already gone through this.
I'm all ears.
 

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I was going convert mine to dual exhaust and I was going to use 2 Magnaflow Stainless Steel mufflers. I haven't physically seen any Cateras with them but I've read a few different websites where they put them on their Cateras. They say it gives the Cateras a nice tone, but not loud. I'm going to "attempt" to attach a picture. Summitracing.com has them for $139.95 and Jegs.com has them for $139.99. I've ordered hundreds of dollars of stuff from both of them a few years back and they've both excellent. Part # for the muffler is 14830.
 

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Hi,i am new on this website,(my first post), i am from England and have owned 4 Vauxhall OMEGAS, i have found from past experiance that the best exhaust(muffler) to have on the cetera/omega is to have one made to your own specification, i have the front and rear bumpers made by irmscher which in my opinion are better quality than stienmetz, the rear is a dual exit bumper and i had the exhaust made by a company called 'powerflow' any tone you want they can do!!, do you have this type of company over in the states?? chris..
 

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NJ Cat,
that muffler in the picture would be something that would work for me but I would need a dual in/out model and a bit less chrome would be nice.
I was looking into 2 single round mufflers which I could mount side by side giving me a stockish look but all I have found so far is the big chrome junk that kids hang off of their Honda's.
My next step is to look at motorcycle mufflers. I have used them in the past on cars and it worked out pretty good, just a matter of finding the right one.
 
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