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This is a discussion on LPP True Dual System within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Can someone please post a video of their LS1 car that has the LPP True Dual Exhaust System. Also, if ...

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    Can someone please post a video of their LS1 car that has the LPP True Dual Exhaust System. Also, if you have this system or have heard it, can you tell me what the mufflers sound like in comparission to a chambered muffler like the Sweet Thunders or a single chamber muffler like the Flowmaster Delta 10's. I want to get their headers and true dual system, but don't really want to have to replace the mufflers that come with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Last of the Breed View Post
    Can someone please post a video of their LS1 car that has the LPP True Dual Exhaust System. Also, if you have this system or have heard it, can you tell me what the mufflers sound like in comparission to a chambered muffler like the Sweet Thunders or a single chamber muffler like the Flowmaster Delta 10's. I want to get their headers and true dual system, but don't really want to have to replace the mufflers that come with it.
    I have one waiting to be installed, so I don't have any personal experience but I have searched around for information.

    Here is a message I got from a member that has the LPP system on his car... from the OTHER forum..

    "As far as sound goes it is a very smooth sound at idle, kinda like the borla, when it was closed up. They have a very deep tone to them, but nothing like the bullets that have that loud raspy sound and even my Borla had it when it was open. They do have some drone at about 1200-2000 RPM but so did my LTs, Y, Borla setup. It is not a quite exhaust but not the most obnoxious either. Cruising does have some cabin noise but you can have a conversation. You will have to speak up a little, but not that bad. Seems to have a good muscle car sound, have gotten alot more looks and thumbs up since putting this on than I did with my other setup. Even only after a few drives. WOT is very nice. It is loud but like said before not raspy, just deep and a nice tone."

    http://s939.photobucket.com/albums/a...LSXTRME088.flv

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    I have one waiting to be installed, so I don't have any personal experience but I have searched around for information.

    Here is a message I got from a member that has the LPP system on his car... from the OTHER forum..

    "As far as sound goes it is a very smooth sound at idle, kinda like the borla, when it was closed up. They have a very deep tone to them, but nothing like the bullets that have that loud raspy sound and even my Borla had it when it was open. They do have some drone at about 1200-2000 RPM but so did my LTs, Y, Borla setup. It is not a quite exhaust but not the most obnoxious either. Cruising does have some cabin noise but you can have a conversation. You will have to speak up a little, but not that bad. Seems to have a good muscle car sound, have gotten alot more looks and thumbs up since putting this on than I did with my other setup. Even only after a few drives. WOT is very nice. It is loud but like said before not raspy, just deep and a nice tone."

    http://s939.photobucket.com/albums/a...LSXTRME088.flv
    Thanks for that info. Good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Last of the Breed View Post
    Thanks for that info. Good stuff.
    Heres some porn of it in my bedroom...





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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    I have one waiting to be installed, so I don't have any personal experience but I have searched around for information.

    Here is a message I got from a member that has the LPP system on his car... from the OTHER forum..

    "As far as sound goes it is a very smooth sound at idle, kinda like the borla, when it was closed up. They have a very deep tone to them, but nothing like the bullets that have that loud raspy sound and even my Borla had it when it was open. They do have some drone at about 1200-2000 RPM but so did my LTs, Y, Borla setup. It is not a quite exhaust but not the most obnoxious either. Cruising does have some cabin noise but you can have a conversation. You will have to speak up a little, but not that bad. Seems to have a good muscle car sound, have gotten alot more looks and thumbs up since putting this on than I did with my other setup. Even only after a few drives. WOT is very nice. It is loud but like said before not raspy, just deep and a nice tone."

    http://s939.photobucket.com/albums/a...LSXTRME088.flv
    Do you know what kind of mufflers are on it in that video

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetaws6 View Post
    Do you know what kind of mufflers are on it in that video
    Its the LPP mufflers that come with their true dual kit, as pictured above. The mufflers are developed by LPP themselves and are not for sale individually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    Its the LPP mufflers that come with their true dual kit, as pictured above. The mufflers are developed by LPP themselves and are not for sale individually.
    O I didnt know they came with it because I didn't see em in your pic. Whered you buy that from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetaws6 View Post
    O I didnt know they came with it because I didn't see em in your pic. Whered you buy that from?



    This is the muffler... haha


    http://lpparts.com/store/page5.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    Click for full size
    Click for full size

    This is the muffler... haha


    http://lpparts.com/store/page5.html
    O theres different mufflers in that vid it looks like

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    Hmm. I wonder if these could be easily modified to run over the axle. I have the LPP LT's and Y but I was thinking about going with true duals but i dont like dumps.

    Wonder if this would be a good set up to use for that or go with a custom fabbed one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetaws6 View Post
    O theres different mufflers in that vid it looks like
    How can you see any mufferl in that video? The exhaust ends before the axle and its nearly pitch black under there =/

    Quote Originally Posted by TempleU_WS6 View Post
    Hmm. I wonder if these could be easily modified to run over the axle. I have the LPP LT's and Y but I was thinking about going with true duals but i dont like dumps.

    Wonder if this would be a good set up to use for that or go with a custom fabbed one.
    I'm pretty sure any decent exhaust shop can extend the LPP to the rear, thats the route I'm gonna go! Don't think you can beat about $900 for full 321 stainless steel for long tubes + true duals!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    How can you see any mufferl in that video? The exhaust ends before the axle and its nearly pitch black under there =/

    My bad. I watched the video again and scrolled through the pics on the page. Your picture you posted doesnt show the turn downs and the clamps in that video make them look like mufflers.

    http://s939.photobucket.com/albums/a...LSXTRME073.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetaws6 View Post
    My bad. I watched the video again and scrolled through the pics on the page. Your picture you posted doesnt show the turn downs and the clamps in that video make them look like mufflers.

    http://s939.photobucket.com/albums/a...LSXTRME073.jpg

    Woops, just noticed I didn't show the turndowns to well!

    The muffler is approximately from a little before the turn downs start(bottom of the picture) to about halfway through that pipe(the pipe ends where that clamp is in between the 2 pipes.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    Woops, just noticed I didn't show the turndowns to well!

    The muffler is approximately from a little before the turn downs start(bottom of the picture) to about halfway through that pipe(the pipe ends where that clamp is in between the 2 pipes.)
    Click for full size
    Yea thats pretty sweet looking.
    Last edited by jetaws6; 02-21-2010 at 08:29 PM.

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    any video of it outside the garage or driving down the street? In that garage it's real muffled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    Its the LPP mufflers that come with their true dual kit, as pictured above. The mufflers are developed by LPP themselves and are not for sale individually.
    So the mufflers aren't welded to the x-pipe? If I wanted to switch out mufflers, that wouldn't be a problem? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Last of the Breed View Post
    So the mufflers aren't welded to the x-pipe? If I wanted to switch out mufflers, that wouldn't be a problem? Thanks.
    Nope, no problem...



    and no sorry guys, I can't find any more vids... I'll probably have my own kit installed in 1-2 months

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    OK so I'm really liking the LPP true duals...but im still kind of scared because I cant find much on them in the way of sound clips, installs, etc....any updates Aetos?

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