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This is a discussion on going cat less within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Unless you can talk me out of it . 99 ss 33k miles m6 slp lid and loud mouth. yes ...

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    going cat less

    Unless you can talk me out of it .
    99 ss 33k miles m6 slp lid and loud mouth. yes may have to loose the loud mouth.
    Weekend nice day cruser only. please give pro and cons
    also will get a ls6 intake with a tune.

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    Just don't throw away the cats just in case you need them again. Other than that, if its just a cruiser, make sure you like the sound...

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    I now have a slp loudmouth on the car . I read here that with headers no cats it will be to loud. slp make a kit that turns a loudmouth in to a loudmouth2 . How does a loudmouth 2 with headers / no cats. sound.

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