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Old 09-30-2009, 07:40 PM   #41
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Ok thats good. Im still trying to work on my dad to let me get this catback. Im wanting the terminator muffler.

I told the guy at my speed shop i was wanting this and he said i should get a JLT CAI instead of my K&N filter haha...he said id pick up a lot of power (he works on mostly LSxs).

But im mostly just wanting an exhaust, where, when i drive by and rev, people go "damn thats mean!" lol
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Old 09-30-2009, 10:59 PM   #42
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Yea, the catted x with the terminator mufflers would sound mean. I get looks and stuff all over the place with the o/r x pipe and flowmasters. A lot of people dont like that combo on here but the general public seems to like it. But i wanna get this catback and try it with a straight catted x without headers.
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Old 09-30-2009, 11:05 PM   #43
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With the Terminator's you definantely want a catted x or h, unless you like it stupid loud!

The one thing i haven't tried is a catted x. I'd like to hear this with the Terminator's as well.
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Old 09-30-2009, 11:16 PM   #44
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I like stupid loud!!! I would love to hear a side by side comparison of the SSS terminators with an o/r x and l/t's to LM1's with the same combo. Just cus i wanna hear the sounds of the two and how they differ.
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Old 09-30-2009, 11:31 PM   #45
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I like stupid loud!!! I would love to hear a side by side comparison of the SSS terminators with an o/r x and l/t's to LM1's with the same combo. Just cus i wanna hear the sounds of the two and how they differ.
Haha...then you would've loved my setup with the o/r x. It did sound like a beast at WOT. I just couldn't take the constant popping and raspyness that came alone with it.

From what i can tell the LM 1's are still a tad louder. It should be though. They're not even an actual muffler...just a hollow resonator basically. The Teminator's still have a nice deep tone, whereas the LM 1's are just alot of noise with no real tone.

It would be fun to hear the difference though.
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You should do another video of the o/r x pipe that we can hear it a little bit better and driving. Cus we all know that cars sound different under load than not.
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Very true! I wanted to that day, but it was way too busy out. We would've had to travel out of town a good bit to find some quiet open areas.

I do plan on making some more vids, but it'll be with the catted h only, because i sold the x pipe to my buddy.
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Old 10-01-2009, 12:40 AM   #48
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Well 01GT4.6 sold his car to someone else and he still gets to drive it. lol but i gotcha. I wanna hear more of this man. It sounded sooo good. And move the camera back some to get a better quality clip of it.
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I can say personally that we have sold a ton of the SSS exhaust systems in the past couple of years. The 99-04 system sounds the best in my opinion and the fact that SSS offers systems at these price points in 304 stainless is a rare thing at the price points they have! We have the 99-04 systems at 349 for forum members w/free shipping.

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