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Mods finally done: LPP LT + Duals, Solid MM, LS6

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    Mods finally done: LPP LT + Duals, Solid MM, LS6

    After 3 days of work, I finally got LPP long tubes, LPP duals, solid motor mounts, and LS6 intake manifold(painted white) installed. Deleted EGR and AIR(emissions stuff).

    Car definitely pulls A LOT harder now.

    The exhaust is not too loud unless you're really on the throttle or above 2500RPM or so. The tone is very very very deep... I love it!!!

    The vibrations from the motor mounts are nothing unbearable, most of the time they actually feel pretty cool unless you let the RPMs drop a lot when first taking off in 1st gear(<900rpm).

    Pictures and videos Follow:

    Old Motor Mounts Vs New:



    Long Tubes:



    True Duals:



    Part of Old Exhaust:



    Emissions Crap:



    LS6 Manifold partially installed:




    In Car:
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6fPQV3m8Tc[/ame]

    Out of Car:
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvnBKqWAlHY[/ame]

    First Start + Open headers:
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBACR5_pXVI[/ame]
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_4ZctTjKao[/ame]
    Last edited by Aetos; 05-11-2010 at 01:51 PM.

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    Sweeeeeeeet! Sounds strong and looks great. The neighbors must have really appreciated the open headers.

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    That sounds awesome. Are those sequential tail lights, too?
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    Sounds nice with everything in place. And I'll bet the seat kicks you a little more with the solid mounts.

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    sounds so good!

    how do you like the solids?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    Sweeeeeeeet! Sounds strong and looks great. The neighbors must have really appreciated the open headers.
    Yea.. that's why I didn't keep it running too long with open headers... didn't want to piss off my neighbors too much, they never complain or anything and I wanna keep it that way

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    That sounds awesome. Are those sequential tail lights, too?
    Good eye, they sure are!

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    Sounds nice with everything in place. And I'll bet the seat kicks you a little more with the solid mounts.
    They should, but I can't really comment on it because I did long tubes and ls6 manifold at the same time, so I got a pretty big boost in power at the same time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Z28boy2000 View Post
    sounds so good!

    how do you like the solids?

    Sold are amazing! They definitely do not make the car shake unbearably; the people that say that are usually the ones that don't have any first hand experience and just copy what other people say.
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    Sounds great! Sure is nice and deep. I'd like to here the LPP duals with a H pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post

    Good eye, they sure are!



    Sold are amazing! They definitely do not make the car shake unbearably; the people that say that are usually the ones that don't have any first hand experience and just copy what other people say.
    I thought i saw them. And i have to agree with you on the mounts. I just put a poly trans mount in, and am waiting to get the rest of parts so I can do headers and poly engine mounts. I love how the drivetrain doesnt feel so disconnected anymore. Hell, its a hotrod. It SHOULD lope.

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    Sounds great man!!!

    True duals really help the exhaust tone on these cars.

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