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This is a discussion on Dynomouth within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I finally got around to installing Lt and ORY on my LM1. Just wondering if this would be a good ...

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    I finally got around to installing Lt and ORY on my LM1. Just wondering if this would be a good sounding bullet to replace the resonator with. I checked out LS1 sound but there wasnt many under dynomouth. I plan to install true duals later but a bullet is a temporary fix for the rasp. Any advice?

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    Dynamax?? I imagine it would sound fairly good.
    I actually really like the Magnamouth. The rasp doesn't seem to show up until the upper RPM's. And it is cut down quite a bit over the regular LM1.


    If you go with the Dynamax...please get us a sound clip.
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    I run the Texas speed and performance Rumbler cat back which is basically a dynomouth without having to cut along with kooks long tube headers and ORY and it sounds really good. no rasp and is almost stock quiet at crusing speeds! I'll try and shoot you a sound clip once I get my pcm back from Frost hopefully by friday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Dynamax?? I imagine it would sound fairly good.
    I actually really like the Magnamouth. The rasp doesn't seem to show up until the upper RPM's. And it is cut down quite a bit over the regular LM1.


    If you go with the Dynamax...please get us a sound clip.
    Who makes 'Dynamax'?

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    That doesn't sound right now...wonder what I was on when I posted that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    That doesn't sound right now...wonder what I was on when I posted that.
    I know your usually as sharp as a nail! I couldn't resist pointing that one out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    That doesn't sound right now...wonder what I was on when I posted that.
    First time I have seen Mr. Luos slip

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    Looks like I just spelled it wrong.

    I didn't really slip it appears.

    http://www.ls1sounds.com/dynomouth.htm
    http://www.ls1sounds.com/dynomax.htm
    This is a homemade system. Typically it is the result of someone who purchases the SLP Loudmouth cat-back, then gets tired of how loud it is so they swap in a Dynomax Bullet muffler in place of the Loudmouth Resonator, hence the name Dynomouth.

    The most expensive is the Borla XR-1 #40085.
    The least expensive is the Dynomax bullet.
    The most clearance is provided by the bullet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Dynamax?? I imagine it would sound fairly good.
    I actually really like the Magnamouth. The rasp doesn't seem to show up until the upper RPM's. And it is cut down quite a bit over the regular LM1.


    If you go with the Dynamax...please get us a sound clip.
    dynomouth is from back in 2000... it was the old pep boys resonator used to replace the LM one... it sounds jsut like the LM2 one does...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Looks like I just spelled it wrong.

    I didn't really slip it appears.

    http://www.ls1sounds.com/dynomouth.htm
    http://www.ls1sounds.com/dynomax.htm
    I was JK about the slipping part lol. You have a bada** TA and over 35k post you know your stuff when it comes to ls1s, you can take that to the bank.

    After hearing a few clips of the dynomouth I actually thinking about going with magnaflow less rasp. What muffler exactly is the magnamouth, to clear the driveshaft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00WS6BlueMetallic View Post
    After hearing a few clips of the dynomouth I actually thinking about going with magnaflow less rasp. What muffler exactly is the magnamouth, to clear the driveshaft?
    I really am not sure.

    I think people are using Magnaflow bullets.


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