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Inline Muffler on LS1

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    Inline Muffler on LS1

    Has anyone ever installed a muffler between the y-pipe and the rear axle instead of the normal crossflow position behind the rear axle? If so, what muffler and how did it go? Any problems?

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    I don't know if you would have a clearance problem with it mounted there. What are you looking to do that for?

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    Only because I like the sound of the Flowmaster Super 40 muffler better than the sound of the Flowmaster 80 series crossflow muffler-deeper sound and reduced interior sound.

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    if ground clearance isn't an issue..it shouldn't be a problem.

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    I have the Stainless works chamberred system, and one of the chamberred sections is the intermediate pipe (3 1/2), so yes, it fits with no clearance issues.

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    The SLP Loudmouth is set up like that, there is a little resinator to make it sound better under the passanger seat and then its just pipe going back, you would love Loudmouth, and it knocked off 2/10th of the 1/4 mile.

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    i got texas speed performance rumbler cat back kinda loud but its as u describrd

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    I seriously doubt a Super 40 is gonna fit under the car. You may have to work up a few mandrel bends and mount a single in/dual out unit crossways, with a tight U-bend wrapping back around to the pass. side tailpipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00SilverTAWS6
    Has anyone ever installed a muffler between the y-pipe and the rear axle instead of the normal crossflow position behind the rear axle? If so, what muffler and how did it go? Any problems?
    When I had my 2002 Z28, I had an 18" Dynomax Bullet Muffler, you can install a 16" long bullet but it will be louder then the 18", installed in the I-Pipe right before it went over the rear end. I had the stock muffler w/ stock tips cut off and a custom y-pipe made out back. That is called the Dynomouth mod. It works fine and no problems at all. It sounded Great and sounded like a Race car @ 3K and up rpms and a little drone @ Freeway speeds but other then that it, was really worth it.

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