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This is a discussion on Exhaust System within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I was just curious about which exhaust system you guys think is best for the LS1 z28. I was looking ...

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    I was just curious about which exhaust system you guys think is best for the LS1 z28. I was looking at B&B Tri-Flow, GMMG Chambered exhaust, or Loud Mouth 2?

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    magnaflow!

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    Cut out your stock muffler and get y pipe welded in ls1 are quiet at an idle even with lt headers

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    OMG don't listen to these people ..if you want pure raspyness and loudness..then the slp loud mouth by far..but in general people say gmmg

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    So what do you think about the B&B Tri-Flow exhaust system, or what have you heard bout it.

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    I have the Hooker catback and its probally to quiet for you. It has a good rumble at idle, no interior drome racket and really opens up at full throttle. But then it quieten right up when you go thru that license check.

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    Get the GMMG and call it a day. Best sounding exhaust I've ever heard on an f-body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
    Get the GMMG and call it a day. Best sounding exhaust I've ever heard on an f-body.

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    Ive been asking the same question and was told to go with Magnaflow or GMMG exhaust. I was told that Magnaflow sounds awsome! with LT's. Magnaflow is also cheaper than GMMG.
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    I love my Borla. Never heard bad things about GMMG though.

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    I've had Borla, Magnaflow, Loudmouth and custom true duals. Currently, I'm running QTP's through a RT catted y-pipe and stock SLP centermount with a Magnaflow muffler making ~430rwhp. I love the sound of my current setup and would only consider dropping the cats for a change. On a stock car, it's hard to beat the sound of the Borlas with the adjustable plate completely open. Get an electric cutout for it like I had and you can tone it down whenever you want incase you have to go somewhere fancy.

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