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SLP Loudmouth squeaks and rattles

This is a discussion on SLP Loudmouth squeaks and rattles within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Not too long ago I installed a SLP loudmouth on my car. The installation was easy and straight forward and ...

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    SLP Loudmouth squeaks and rattles

    Not too long ago I installed a SLP loudmouth on my car. The installation was easy and straight forward and everything fit well. The issue I am having is that my exhaust squeaks and rattles all the time. It is vary loud and noticble from both inside and outside of the car. I checked underneath and everything is night and nothing is rubbing or touching anywhere(that I can find anyway.) I know you guys can't really diagnose spueaks and rattles over the internet, but I was wondering if any of you guys have had any of the same issues. I know I sound crazy, but I looked my entire exhaust over countless times and still can't come up with anything. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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    just get under there again, and really horse on things to see if they rattle, if they do grease up the hangers or what ever, bend things if u have to. thats all we can really tell ya

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    check your gas tank shield......mine rubbed against that and it made a god awful noise........

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    On my LT1, the problem I had was it came close to the driveshaft. It would come in contact with it around corners, but it wasn't a squeaking, it sounded as if the exhaust fell off the car.

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    i had this same problem and the only thing that fixed it was getting the system welded
    my system squeeked from where the band clamps were....the pipes would move even though the clamps were tight
    and because the pipes were moving, it also rattled...

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    I wouldn't weld a system together. But that's just me. Any work that requires exhaust removal means that it will have to be cut. Not worth it. My damn exhaust shop welded my cat to the collector instead of clamping it, and I am still pissed about it. But I am going to try and cut the welds this summer.

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