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TSP Rumbler, who's got em?

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    TSP Rumbler, who's got em?

    Was looking around on their website and found this setup for 225 minus exhaust tips. Its got me wondering, as I was going to purchase the dynomax setup with dual/dual tips and for the price difference it got me to wondering which setup id like to go with. Its a 97 LT1 car, but on their site it says it can be made to work even though its for a 98+ model? Can anyone confirm this? Also, what company makes a good dual tip that won't rust up very much, or would I be money ahead to just get the dynomax catback? Thanks.

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    On the 97 car, you will have to change from your transmission forward.
    Any stainless tip will hold great durability. Try http://pypesexhaust.com

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    Would a SLP Loudmouth 'conversion' kit for the exhaust setup work with that exhaust, or no? Would making this exhaust work on my car be easy seeing as how i've got my own welder and do my own work usually (minus bending pipe).?

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    I don't understand the question?

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    How do these cat backs sound? I see the price for them is very low.

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    I found the sounds on www.ls1sounds.com but TSP sells them for the 98-02 cars. I see on their site it says it can be made to work on the 93-97 cars by using an adapter/conversion kit or something, thats the piece i was wondering about.

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