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This is a discussion on throaty exhaust within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i am looking for the most throaty sounding cat back out there so if any one can help me out ...

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    throaty exhaust

    i am looking for the most throaty sounding cat back out there so if any one can help me out that would be great

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    if you are otherwise stock i would go with slp loud mouth. its very throuty and sounds nice with the stock manifolds and cats.

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    slp sounds like blahh. i like gmmg and magnaflow best.

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    I still think Magnaflow wins this one.
    http://www.ls1sounds.com/magnaflow/m...30-80flyby.MPG

    That SLP loudmouth is decent (as long as you NEVER upgrade exhaust manifolds).

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    I don't think there is a throaty muffler for our car. That has a lot more to do with the type of motor then what kind of muffler you slap on.

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    yeah i think im gonna go with the slp loudmouth and when i go with longtubes and ory i will slap a magnaflow muffler in place of the resonator

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    I think my GMMG is real deep and throaty. Magnaflow sounds deep as well.
    Its getting swapped for true duals when i get the LTs on

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    Quote Originally Posted by c5z28 View Post
    I don't think there is a throaty muffler for our car. That has a lot more to do with the type of motor then what kind of muffler you slap on.
    This. Any of the catbacks for our cars sound throatier on an LT1. I like the Loudmouth for an otherwise stock car myself too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    Borla
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    GMMG chambered or stainless works have the best sound if your keeping cats. The magnaflow is ik with lt's and a ory but with stock it's not loud. If you wanna go cheaper a SLP LM1 or LM2 is your best bet.
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    I just put on a loudmouth 2 and love the sound very deep and loud. I have stock cats and manifolds too couldn't be happier.

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    magnaflow FTW!!!! flowmaster 80 series doesnt flow very well. slp is nasty i think, dislike borla=$$$$$$. corsa sounds good but still $$$$$$$$$$$

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    What about the Hooker catback?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    I still think Magnaflow wins this one.
    http://www.ls1sounds.com/magnaflow/m...30-80flyby.MPG

    That SLP loudmouth is decent (as long as you NEVER upgrade exhaust manifolds).
    +1 and if you look around at local auto parts stores and fine a factory dealer (koi auto parts for me) you can get it for about $300. i got my magnaflow cat back for about that.

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