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This is a discussion on outlaw flowmaster bullets within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Anyone have info on the outlaw series bullet muffler by flowmaster? There a straight through design with no fiberglass packing ...

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    Anyone have info on the outlaw series bullet muffler by flowmaster? There a straight through design with no fiberglass packing so I would think they would flow well. I have a standard flowmaster on my car now but I want to change it up and get louder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dennis ss View Post
    Anyone have info on the outlaw series bullet muffler by flowmaster? There a straight through design with no fiberglass packing so I would think they would flow well. I have a standard flowmaster on my car now but I want to change it up and get louder.
    sounds like loudmouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmarkx View Post
    sounds like loudmouth
    Better off just deleting the muffler and call it a day.

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    that's what I was thinking when I cut mine off. went to the muff shop and got a turn down tip welded on to the stock y and called it a day lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmarkx View Post
    that's what I was thinking when I cut mine off. went to the muff shop and got a turn down tip welded on to the stock y and called it a day lol
    How does it sound? I have the center mount exhaust so I'm gonna run pipe all the way back to keep a stock look

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennis ss View Post
    How does it sound? I have the center mount exhaust so I'm gonna run pipe all the way back to keep a stock look
    I have stock cats so it sounds like stock when idleing. when you step on it, it gets reeeeaaal loud

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    I'm gonna get it done this weekend, I hope it sounds good. If not I can always put the muffler back on

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    If this Outlaw Flowmaster your talking about doesn't come in a two in/one out crossflow design like the FM80 (it probably does not) it wouldn't fit your set up anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    If this Outlaw Flowmaster your talking about doesn't come in a two in/one out crossflow design like the FM80 (it probably does not) it wouldn't fit your set up anyway.
    It should fit easy. It's all 3" one in/one out. You can weld it into any Y pipe

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    I think he is talking about putting the muffler back into the stock location,,,in which case he is right,,,,it wouldn't work.

    But I guess if you are on the cheap and looking to do something with your exhaust, you could do what you are thinking. I don't share everyones enthusiasm though. Sounds like the goofy crap we used to do to our clunkers 35 years ago when we were kids with no money

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennis ss View Post
    It should fit easy. It's all 3" one in/one out. You can weld it into any Y pipe
    I think you mean the I pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    I think you mean the I pipe.
    WTF! This is athread about if anyone has HEARD the outlaw series bullet muffler. I could care less about where you think it goes. Go bother someone else in another thread jerk off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennis ss View Post
    WTF! This is athread about if anyone has HEARD the outlaw series bullet muffler. I could care less about where you think it goes. Go bother someone else in another thread jerk off.
    Says your car is "dark blue metallic" under your avatar. I think you mean "navy blue metallic". You could post a link dick so we could all see what you're talking about.

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    If anyone else has any info or if they heard about the outlaw series muffler please reply. I like dark blue better

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    Any further insults in this thread and it will be closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmarkx View Post
    hahaha this thread rules
    I agree mark! I just hate it when you start a legit thread wanting info and other people want to write useless info that has nothing to do with the question at hand. oh well, one infraction isn't that bad As for the outlaw series bullet muffler, I just ordered two yesterday for my true dual setup. Cant wait. I will keep you posted as to how it sounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmarkx View Post
    don't sweat it about the infraction. I got one for posting a sarcastic comment about someone "thread jacking" LOL!! Y2K hands them out like candy here.

    anyways, I'm interested to hear what they sound like because when I get my true duals I want them to be as loud as possible so I am planning on using LM1's but if the flowmasters are equaly loud but have a better tone then I'd gladly buy some
    The thing I like about them is they are a true race muffler, no fiberglass packing at all. Complete straight through design. Check out flowmaster.com and click on race products. I think you will be impressed once you read up on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dennis ss View Post
    I agree mark! I just hate it when you start a legit thread wanting info and other people want to write useless info that has nothing to do with the question at hand. oh well, one infraction isn't that bad As for the outlaw series bullet muffler, I just ordered two yesterday for my true dual setup. Cant wait. I will keep you posted as to how it sounds
    You have true duals with the center mount exhaust? Interesting. Post up a pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    You have true duals with the center mount exhaust? Interesting. Post up a pic.
    What is with you? I have not had the dual set up done yet. I stated that I bought the mufflers for the dual set up. Currently I have a center mount exhaust

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