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True dual or SLP LM

This is a discussion on True dual or SLP LM within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Any exhaust (other than Flowmaster) is better than the loudmouth. SLP blows. Best pic I have of my duals. http://www.arbybean.com/ar/images/Exhaust-7.JPG...

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    Any exhaust (other than Flowmaster) is better than the loudmouth.
    SLP blows.


    Best pic I have of my duals.
    http://www.arbybean.com/ar/images/Exhaust-7.JPG

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    that actully might be able 2 do it. any one else though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    A true dual system done right should be no lower than a Y-pipe system of the same diameter. Its all about running the pipes in parallel to each other in the stock location, and over the axle.
    I agree about going over the axle, however there is a clearance problem I believe on the passinger rear where the upper panhard bar is installed.

    I believe they have aftermarket units that are configured to accomodate a 2 1/2 pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveC View Post
    I agree about going over the axle, however there is a clearance problem I believe on the passinger rear where the upper panhard bar is installed.

    I believe they have aftermarket units that are configured to accomodate a 2 1/2 pipe.

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    I have mine run over the axle, above the upper panhard bar. Both pipes are 2.5".


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    true duals are a beauty, just got em done and with the right install you've got no worries!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    I have mine run over the axle, above the upper panhard bar. Both pipes are 2.5".

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    2.5s are plenty big enough. What kind of mufflers do ya have on there?
    Looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    I have mine run over the axle, above the upper panhard bar. Both pipes are 2.5".

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    That is how mine are.

    My problem with the 3" duals was the spot where the pipes come up to that panhard bar. The 9" didn't allow for it. The 10 bolt did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BREAKxNECKxSPEED View Post
    2.5s are plenty big enough. What kind of mufflers do ya have on there?
    Looks good.
    They are 6" round Magnaflow straight-thru mufflers. You can get them in 4" as well, which would probably prevent having to modify the spare tire well, as had to be done when they were installed on my car.

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    If you're gonna run em over the axel, run em over both sides. Seen it done, looks much better.

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