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    Saw a completely stock WS.6 today

    Even the exhaust was stock...







    Looked good, was obviously well taken care of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ls1camino View Post
    Even the exhaust was stock...

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    Looked good, was obviously well taken care of.
    pretty sexy, i'd do it for sure

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    Very nice. Definitely well taken care of and you know the owner knows whats up by backing it in.

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    hey i got i frend with an el caminos 1985 V6, but is the motor is fuck racing too much and not taking care of it he is looking into putting a lt1 or ls1 how hard was it to drop yours in. and a 1984 gmc caballero amarillo with a 350 on it.

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    thats exacly how mine looks except red. BONE STOCK 19k miles

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    Well, no telling what he/she might have under the hood. But yeah, even looks like it has the original Eagle F1s. But I'm sure it's not the only one out there bone stock w/ original tires. Very clean car.

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    i got the original tires as well hahah

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    I thought the stock exhaust was oval for the WS6 and straight pipe for the camaro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofKrypton View Post
    I thought the stock exhaust was oval for the WS6 and straight pipe for the camaro?
    I had the same tips on my 02....
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofKrypton View Post
    I thought the stock exhaust was oval for the WS6 and straight pipe for the camaro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofKrypton View Post
    I thought the stock exhaust was oval for the WS6 and straight pipe for the camaro?
    Depends on the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ls1camino View Post
    Depends on the year.
    what year came with an oval tip?

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    If mine didn't already have a few mods on it when I got it. Mine would be completely stock also. So I keeping mine as close to stock as I can now. So far there are very few parts that don't have that GM part number.

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    how is yours close to stock haha, without knowing what youve dont exhaust/engine wise i can see u got a paint job and rims......

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    Quote Originally Posted by TempleU_WS6 View Post
    Very nice. Definitely well taken care of and you know the owner knows whats up by backing it in.
    Very good point, I thought that myself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by basballny2 View Post
    what year came with an oval tip?
    The Standard `96-97 WS6's came with the Oval tips (same ones they put on LS1 base model V8's). Since SLP did those cars you could opt for the Dual On the Left or the Dual Dual (`97 only).
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    When I did the catback on mine I dropped the rear axle so I wouldn't have to cut the stock exhaust. I have it in the basement. You just never know if or when you might want to put it back to stock. I have change the lid and added bolt on sfc at this point.

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    The owner of that bird obviously knows what's good in life.

    You should probably white out his license. I mean, he doesn't even know you're posting pictures of his car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1st TA View Post
    When I did the catback on mine I dropped the rear axle so I wouldn't have to cut the stock exhaust. I have it in the basement. You just never know if or when you might want to put it back to stock. I have change the lid and added bolt on sfc at this point.
    explain more please? I'd like to keep my stock exhaust as well for the future, you cant just unbolt it?

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