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    What would be a good sounding muffler to get on my 2000 ls1 z28? Btw my car is completaly stock exept for a k&n air filter on original lid. The reason why I want a muffler only to replace my oem one is because a catback would be kinda pricy right now for my budget and thats also a reason why my car is still stock, so that would be something to consider as well but i still want my car to have a meaner sound. I been kind of interested on the new cherry bomb vortex. I heard it has a nice sound and great flow as well but I would like to get more opinions. If any of you guys have that muffler let me know how it sounds or on any other brands that might be good as well. Any opinions would be apreciated

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    a slp loudmouth 1

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    For a bone stock car a TSP Rumbler catback (around $280) sounds nice but if you start doing mods it will get really loud and really raspy.

    Also check out www.ls1sounds.com it has a lot of different exhausts on stock manifolds and y-pipe you can listen to.

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    Yeah ive heard the loudmouth sound nice. Around with how much can you get a loudmouth 1?

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    A bullet or round style muffler dumped would be the cheapest.
    Brands made in that style-magnaflow,slp,borla,etc,etc

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    Thanks bro. Yeah I have seen that catback but personally It sounds kind of raspy to me as you said, even on my stock car. I'll just checked on that website you gave me theres some good info on sounds there thanks

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    you are right. I also thought about putting 2 glasspacks cause I heard them and they sound nice. The bad thing is that I would have to split my y pipe in 2 on the rear of my car to do that and I'm not that sure on how to

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    Quote Originally Posted by c5z28 View Post
    A bullet or round style muffler dumped would be the cheapest.
    Brands made in that style-magnaflow,slp,borla,etc,etc
    by the way heres a link I found from a camaro with double glasspacks. It sounds bad ass on my opinion [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lep8pD3Q2MA[/ame]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ls1cui View Post
    by the way heres a link I found from a camaro with double glasspacks. It sounds bad ass on my opinion
    Problem with running 2mufflers is that to make all the piping you are going to raise the cost to catback status. Have you thought of searching for used catbacks?

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    If you dont plan on getting headers then slp loudmouth ftw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dabom75 View Post
    For a bone stock car a TSP Rumbler catback (around $280) sounds nice but if you start doing mods it will get really loud and really raspy.

    Also check out www.ls1sounds.com it has a lot of different exhausts on stock manifolds and y-pipe you can listen to.
    Study up on ls1sounds.

    If you ever plan to get long tubes and remove your cats, I would avoid Loudmouth.

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    I think hooker makes a nice sounding muffler for cheap

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    Quote Originally Posted by c5z28 View Post
    Problem with running 2mufflers is that to make all the piping you are going to raise the cost to catback status. Have you thought of searching for used catbacks?

    Yea ive looked for used catbacks and hope to find one soon before bolting on the muffler
    Last edited by konigandy6; 05-04-2010 at 08:05 AM. Reason: fixed quote

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatertot91 View Post
    I think hooker makes a nice sounding muffler for cheap
    yeah I'm thinking of getting either an hooker aerochamber or a cherry bomb vortex I think both sound great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    Study up on ls1sounds.

    If you ever plan to get long tubes and remove your cats, I would avoid Loudmouth.
    I don't find that site helpful at all. There are just too many variables involved to get an accurate sound of the exhaust from the video.

    Is it windy, how close is the camera to the car, what's the volume on the camera, how are the user's computer speakers, what's the volume on the speakers, etc. The list goes on and on.

    I spent hours on that site and was just as confused as ever.

    To the OP, for a direct fit muffler, I hear that Magnaflow and Hooker Aerochamer or Maxflow are a good way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuntmanMike View Post
    I don't find that site helpful at all. There are just too many variables involved to get an accurate sound of the exhaust from the video.

    Is it windy, how close is the camera to the car, what's the volume on the camera, how are the user's computer speakers, what's the volume on the speakers, etc. The list goes on and on.

    I spent hours on that site and was just as confused as ever.

    To the OP, for a direct fit muffler, I hear that Magnaflow and Hooker Aerochamer or Maxflow are a good way to go.
    I know a lot of people that have found that site helpful. Nothing pleases everyone though

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    Flowmaster 80s sound the best but they are restrictive, trust me they sound bad ass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    I know a lot of people that have found that site helpful. Nothing pleases everyone though
    that is right on the camera thing. The best way to know is by listenig to the actual car in person knowing what exhaust upgrades has done to it other than the muffler or even if it has a bigger cam it will change the idle

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    Ive had Magnaflow, Hooker and Flowmaster and i have to admit the Hooker sounds a bit louder then Magnaflow but to me that sounds just right.

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