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Lt + Ory + Electric Cutout + Stock Muffler?

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    Lt + Ory + Electric Cutout + Stock Muffler?

    Just ordered some pace setter lt and ory. My question is can I still use the stock 2001 z28 mufller? Im trying to keep it as quite as possible for the law. Im going to add an electic cut out for when i want to really fire things up. Will this set up work? Thanks for your help.

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    sure you can, it wont be as loud and it might hold ya back 5 hp max, but it'll be fine..

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    yeah it'll work. That cut out will make things much louder when you want/need them to be. I have one on mine and I love it.

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    Thanks for clearing things up. What e-cut out can I spend the least money on and not regret? You guys been there done that so I appreciate your knowleged ....each one teach one!

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    That setup will work quite well. I replaced the stock exhaust with a Flowmaster catback and then went with the same setup (LT's, ORY and electric cutout). With the cutout open it is very loud, however with the cutout closed it is quite civilized.

    If you decide to do a cam swap in the future, you'll probably love the open cutout setup....gives off a classic late 60's big block sound!
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    Cam!! Yes! Yes! Thats my next homework assigment. I need a cam for a daily driver my car is 6 speed. I need it to pass california smog checks. a very slight lope would be nice.

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    yeah I got the 224/224 .581/.581 112 lsa cam when I got my dmh 3" elec-cutout, and I loved it. It sounded tough when it was open, and stock with a slight lope when closed.

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