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Slp crossflow design muffler

This is a discussion on Slp crossflow design muffler within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I just wanted to know if any one knows much about it and how does it compare to the flowmaster ...

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    Slp crossflow design muffler

    I just wanted to know if any one knows much about it and how does it compare to the flowmaster crossflow?

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    any help?

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    The SLP muff will flow more cfm than the Flowmaster will but it weighs a ton.

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    kinda quiet too, just a little more than oem noise but not much.

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    And it is from SLP.
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    It was part of SLP's optional cat back systems. It's factory on my 02 with the CME system. Also was used on what people call the dual dual system as well. SLP gives these cars another 10 HP rating with these systems according to their brochures.

    It's a welded case style muffler, much like you see in alot of aftermarket mufflers. Other than that I can't tell ya much. I have never had one cut open but judging from the weld marks that show through the casing it appears to be alot like all the other chamber style mufflers out there.

    It's relatively quiet, even with the cats removed. Rather pleasant really when we have the top down.

    Not really much else to say about it I guess.

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    Thanks!

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