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Nice sounding muffler on completaly stock camaro

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbyd View Post
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    he's on a tight budget

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatertot91 View Post
    he's on a tight budget
    sorry didnt read the thread. he should still be able to pick up a xr1 bullet style muffler. those sounds great.

    but then again if you dont plan on getting headers i do have to agree with the slp loudmouth

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    Magnaflow. Hands down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karpetcm View Post
    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.
    hooker seems to make great mufflers at a lower cost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Magnaflow. Hands down.

    I won't use anything else.
    Those are great times on your car man. I live in colorado too and here at this altitude it does seem to kill some hp I wonder how much different my car would feel at sea level lol

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    I had the slp loudmouth 1 car sounded stupid loud. I also had x pipe fabbed by myself and flowmaster. I currently have a spintech exhaust the best cat back out there imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ls1cui View Post
    I wonder how much different my car would feel at sea level lol
    A lot....

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    I hate to sound super reneckish by sayin this but if your on a tight budget and want your stock ls1 to sound pretty good then just yank the stock cat back off from where the y bolts to it and run it like that with a turn down. I bought mine this way and it really did sound good so I just left it. The cats muffled it enough to not sound obnoxious. There will be a small amount of rasp here and there but nothing too serious. But hey its free so if you dont like it you can always just bolt it back on or buy an aftermarket cat back. I still run a similar setup now just with Lts and a bullet muffler that dumps right before the rear end.

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    I like my Hooker Aerochamber. Even with my LT/ORY, it's quiet at idle and gets louder as I get on it, I've heard it from behind while driving my buddies car, and love the sound it makes. Not raspy, but still sounds mean as shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLK2KSS View Post
    I hate to sound super reneckish by sayin this but if your on a tight budget and want your stock ls1 to sound pretty good then just yank the stock cat back off from where the y bolts to it and run it like that with a turn down. I bought mine this way and it really did sound good so I just left it. The cats muffled it enough to not sound obnoxious. There will be a small amount of rasp here and there but nothing too serious. But hey its free so if you dont like it you can always just bolt it back on or buy an aftermarket cat back. I still run a similar setup now just with Lts and a bullet muffler that dumps right before the rear end.
    Yea i have heard that they don't sound as bad without the exhaust. Well for now I'm just planning on replacing the muffler and later on just buy an electric cut out for when I want more flow but that might even be after I save for some lts or somethig. Plus for daily driving I dont want my car to be as loud lol. Good point tho on what you said that its free lol

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    ls1cui...........My 2002 Z28 is stock other than slp lid, bellows and strut tower brace. I inexpensively modified my exhaust by swapping the factory muffler for an 80 Series Flowmaster and I swapped the factory Y Pipe for a SLP Y Pipe with Mufflex bump stop. All other pipe is stock except for chrome rectangular tips. This set up is less restrictive than factory and plenty LOUD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10spokess View Post
    a slp loudmouth 1
    +1

    I love mine.


    if you plan on getting headers stay away from the LM1. But since you said bone stock, then you can consider the LM1..

    My car is basically stock with the LM1 and i'm completely happy. The only SLP product i've bought that i'm 100% happy with

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    Quote Originally Posted by mammoth713 View Post
    +1

    I love mine.


    if you plan on getting headers stay away from the LM1. But since you said bone stock, then you can consider the LM1..

    My car is basically stock with the LM1 and i'm completely happy. The only SLP product i've bought that i'm 100% happy with
    lol oh that is cool man. Well to be honest the lm1 it is a muffler that sounds good but just a little raspy for my taste and loud hehe. I basically want something with decent loudness when I get on it. Plus I do think of getting some headers on the future

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Fast View Post
    I like my Hooker Aerochamber. Even with my LT/ORY, it's quiet at idle and gets louder as I get on it, I've heard it from behind while driving my buddies car, and love the sound it makes. Not raspy, but still sounds mean as shit.
    lol yeah I like the sound of those mufflers

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    As Curtis stated: Magnaflow. Without a doubt! It's what I use also. Quiet during idle and normal acceleration - Earth shakingly loud upon full throttle acceleration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatertot91 View Post
    he's on a tight budget
    I paid $200 for my used adjustable Borla. Shop around and you can find similar deals.

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