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This is a discussion on Full exhaust? within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I'm picking up my Trans Am tomorrow It's a 2000 6speed. My first mod will be a full exhaust(headers to ...

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    Full exhaust?

    I'm picking up my Trans Am tomorrow It's a 2000 6speed. My first mod will be a full exhaust(headers to tail pipe) and was wandering what the best exhaust for it would be. I've been on ls1sounds and found alot that I like, but am concerned about fitment. Since it will be new to me I don't want to start cutting right away. I am however looking for something that will hold up for later performance goodies. I do want loud, but not cheap sounding. Any help will help as I'm new to the LS1 world. Thanks Alot, Jason H.

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    pacesetter coated headers with a y pipe and a hooker exhaust.
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    a few bolt ons, 379 rwhp
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    True duals with both pipes going over the axle and exiting out the rear from beneath the bumper in the stock location.

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    I've got ceramic coated pacesetter longtubes, ORY and hooker cat-back and everyone on my street knows my car I plan on changing the hooker cat-back though to probably a mufflex 4 inch setup with a spintech muffler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOODZ/BADZ
    I've got ceramic coated pacesetter longtubes, ORY and hooker cat-back and everyone on my street knows my car I plan on changing the hooker cat-back though to probably a mufflex 4 inch setup with a spintech muffler.
    any reason why you are going to cahnge it??

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    I went with pacesetter LTs and magnaflow catback. Its not that loud at idle, but at WOT it screams.

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    My hooker cat-back doesn't look good anymore, it's all rusty now and the tips are all scratched on the bottom from towing the car and from it being lowered and scraping all the driveways. Plus I'd like to get a little more flow from the mufflex system.

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    Longtubes, catted y, and slp loudmouth hasn't dissapointed me

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    go to the ls1sounds.com web site and listen for yourselves.

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