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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 04-11-2019, 06:14 PM
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My 08 NA has the hole in it. I believe the build date was 10/08 or 11/08.

2008 NA, factory chrome wheels, power windows, wind deflector, OnStar.

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post #32 of 34 (permalink) Old 04-12-2019, 03:21 AM Thread Starter
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After closer inspection I am sure the leak on my Base 2007 (built Jul-2007) is not caused by corrosion or impact but is a drain/wheephole.
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post #33 of 34 (permalink) Old 04-22-2019, 09:37 AM
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oh no it's leaking and all the power is leeking out!! hurry order a cat back!!! do it now!! then send me your old holey muffler so I can have a look in side.....many moons ago with my old street car(340 mopar with tunnel ram&2 830 cfm carbs on top, roller cam,13.8 cr, lotsa head work etc) I could put a new set of super turbo mufflers on and make a pass down the road,8500~9000 rpm) come back to the shop and the innards of the muffler's would be all rattling,then take a hole saw cut open 1 end and pull out the busted loose parts and weld a patch back on.. thus the reason why flow masters were getting so popular as they are really welded and thick steel. those dynomax mufflers did flow great but just not great enough. I do not really like loud cars..not on the street any way.thus I want to have a look inside and see what can be done to the stock solstice muf&puf.
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Too late . . . :-)

Since so many Solstice are salvaged & parted out I would think it is relatively easy, and very cheap (normally they just scrap them), to get an old Solstice muffler.
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