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Step In: Pacesetter LT, ORY, SLP LM, WITH Cam..

This is a discussion on Step In: Pacesetter LT, ORY, SLP LM, WITH Cam.. within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I currently have SLP LM one with Pacesetter LT's with the Pacesetter ORY.. And the sound is Okay, a little ...

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    Step In: Pacesetter LT, ORY, SLP LM, WITH Cam..

    I currently have SLP LM one with Pacesetter LT's with the Pacesetter ORY.. And the sound is Okay, a little raspy low RPM and between shifts which is okay I guess.. But wide open throttle it sounds like a monster truck and thats what I love .. But I am about to put a fast 90/90 intake with a .593 lift cam with LS1 heads ported out as far as they can go and polished ports... All the other "cam" accessories of course... Am I going to like this sound or am I going to hate how bad it sounds? I don't mind loud obviously

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    i think you will like it... i think it will sounds like a top fuel car LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000SuperSportMaro View Post
    i think you will like it... i think it will sounds like a top fuel car LOL
    lol that would be funny... Does anyone have this on their car's personally?

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    I'm pretty close to that setup when my cutout is open (98% of the time) and I absolutely love it. If you're going for a classic "camming" 60's big block type sound, you're going to love it! In the past month, I've probably had 25 people ask me what I've done to get my car to sound like that. The free flowing exhaust seems to make the lopey idle from the cam all the more noticeable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight02 View Post
    I'm pretty close to that setup when my cutout is open (98% of the time) and I absolutely love it. If you're going for a classic "camming" 60's big block type sound, you're going to love it! In the past month, I've probably had 25 people ask me what I've done to get my car to sound like that. The free flowing exhaust seems to make the lopey idle from the cam all the more noticeable!
    Well it might sound a little different since it will be going All the way back... But once I put my cam in it should be close to where your at.. What kinda power are you putting down, have u had it dynoed?

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