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This is a discussion on New SLP Exhaust within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I was just browsin the SLP site, and found this: http://www.slponline.com/view_produc...83&BIG=31083-1 Its called 'PowerFlo'. its got 3 mufflers, the LM2 ...

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    New SLP Exhaust

    I was just browsin the SLP site, and found this:
    http://www.slponline.com/view_produc...83&BIG=31083-1

    Its called 'PowerFlo'. its got 3 mufflers, the LM2 in the i-pipe, then 2 'powerflo' mufflers, one at each tip. From what else i saw on their site, the powerflo was for mustangs? i dont know, im not a huge fan of the way it sounds (clip on page). thoughts?

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    wow not a fan either. if you want quieter, get lm2. from what i hear its reasonable. that just sounded like sh*t.

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    Wow that sounds like shit...unless you like rasp?
    At what point during that clip was it supposed to sound like a v8?
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    get a magnaflow or hooker catback and you wont need any of that extra muffler shit

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    The only good products from SLP are line lock and lids i would recomend to stay away from everything else including exhaust systems and especially headers.

    S L P = stupid lying pricks

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    You would think that three mufflers would've cut the rasp down a bit. That sounded worse than the vid I have of mine with LM1

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00WS6BlueMetallic View Post
    The only good products from SLP are line lock and lids i would recomend to stay away from everything else including exhaust systems and especially headers.

    S L P = stupid lying pricks
    i know people talk shit, but ive got the LM2 and im really happy with it. thats probably because i dont have headers yet, but im still happy with what ive got.

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    I honestly thought that sounded really good. I don't know, maybe i'm just trippin' tonight...but I really liked the sound of that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00WS6BlueMetallic View Post
    The only good products from SLP are line lock and lids i would recomend to stay away from everything else including exhaust systems and especially headers.

    S L P = stupid lying pricks
    loudmouth exhausts are good, just not with headers. although i hear lm2 if fine with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Psychosis View Post
    loudmouth exhausts are good, just not with headers. although i hear lm2 if fine with them.
    haha, i hope so, cause ive got the LM2 and headers on back order. i dont want to have to buy another exhaust system.

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    I had lm2 and longtubes/ory up until about a week ago. I didn't think it was terrible but i didn't really care for all the rasp. Also got an exhaust ticket while just driving normally downtown. I think that was more because of my age though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Psychosis View Post
    if you want quieter, get magnaflow. from what i hear its reasonable.
    I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    I agree.
    Who wants quiet? I want people to know I have a v8

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryceslu View Post
    Who wants quiet? I want people to know I have a v8
    I have a stroker. I have true duals. My car (aside from the cam idle) sounds like a cat-back LS1.
    I LOVE that. I get fucked with all the time. Car sounds like it makes 330RWHP but makes 520RWHP.

    I prefer tame with a mean growl over loud and raspy.
    My old 'loud' set-up...cammed 346 with LM1 and longtubes.
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    blaaah . . .ill stick with my magnaflow

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    I thought it sound pretty good myself. Kinda sounds like a nascar.. haha.. the raspness wasnt bad at all. not like a mustang anyways. I've heard LM2 but this new setup is nowhere near the raspyness of the LM2 setup.. Just my two lincolns...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00WS6BlueMetallic View Post
    The only good products from SLP are line lock and lids i would recomend to stay away from everything else including exhaust systems and especially headers.

    S L P = stupid lying pricks
    What's wrong with their exhausts? The low restriction one I have flows damn good and with the LM2 Setup will sound just as good.
    Last edited by SAGGIN; 06-05-2008 at 12:18 PM.

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    Besides their long-tube headers (which I owned previously on a '93 Z28) I don't see anything wrong whatsoever with SLP products. Infact, there headers were actually very good quality in my opinion, the only issue was clearance.
    SLP is not the only manufacturer that inflates horsepower gains. Almost every other manufacturer does the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N20LT4 View Post
    Infact, there headers were actually very good quality in my opinion, the only issue was clearance.
    One year of being on my garage queen and their headers were rusted.

    Clearance was more than a small issue. I was stock ride height at the time, and hit them more often than I hit my Kooks while dropped on ProKit springs. And I barely hit those Kooks. Actually...don't think I have ever actually hit the header, just the pipe off the collector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    One year of being on my garage queen and their headers were rusted.

    Clearance was more than a small issue. I was stock ride height at the time, and hit them more often than I hit my Kooks while dropped on ProKit springs. And I barely hit those Kooks. Actually...don't think I have ever actually hit the header, just the pipe off the collector.
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    See, I had my SLP LT's coated by Jet-Hot. No issue of rust whatsoever.

    I agree with you completely on the terrible ground clearance. There was a speed bump right around the block from my house in which they would scrape almost everytime. That's what prompted me to get rid of them. Other than that, I picked up 22rwhp with them on a CC306-cammed/bolt-on LT1 and I thought the quality was nice.
    Last edited by N20LT4; 06-05-2008 at 12:45 PM.

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