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Old 06-08-2006, 04:52 AM   #1
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today i had some time to kill so i decided id break the nuts and bolts free between my catback and h-pipe because im going to get off road h, and new cat back, well while i had the cat back off i started it with open h, it sounded amazing, the problem is it was wayyyyyy too loud. what will sound like that just quiet it down, i was thinkin magnapacks, but im not sure
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Old 06-08-2006, 04:57 AM   #2
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Run strait pipes. Magnapacks and other catbacks that use resonator type mufflers (SLP does as well) is gonna be loud kinda like you want.
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Old 06-08-2006, 06:09 PM   #4
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Get the SLP LMII catback. If you want it louder all you have to do is spend $120.00 to get the LMI resonators and then you basically have two catbacks. The Magnapacks sound awesome also just cost a little more.
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yea, i looked at the slp and magnapacks, i loved the sound, but cant have it as loud, parents dont want me waking them up when i come home and stufff
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The LMIIs are only loud when you want them to be. If you drive easy and not at WOT you will be pleased. Not any louder than your weld in Flows just a much better all around tone.
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