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oh wow how bout that...didn't know that haha well considering i live in Virginia they are pretty **** (anul?...sp?) about emissions cuz its basically illegal to even have an H-pipe hahaha. Thats what a guy at the local muffler shop said. But ive noticed that it seems like the new Gts have lost that muscle sound like the 04's and stuff had but hm maybe im wrong. But i sure love those stingers
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I was just a bit confused after seing your sig. [&:]
By the way... SLP are Muffler Deletes. VERY loud (and not emissions legal.)
but they are emissions legal, on their site they said the slp loudmouths are 50 state emissions legal, and i've been running the loudmouths on my stang every since i got it last may(i think it was may lol) and i have not had any trouble with the police at all, just all compliments
Hi there, i have been in the same spot u are with deciding to go with the stingers or the loudmouth. So i did the only thing i could do and that is to hear them both in person. Even though the system's were on 99 gt and a 02 gt i got a pretty good ideal of what to expect. They both were really loud, a little more than i liked but the stingers just had to much raspyness. I liked that deep sound of the loudmuth also. I wanted it a little quieter than what i had heard and that was when i heard about the loudmouth 2 system. This system was perfect, It's 2.5" stainless tubing and SLP logoed 3.5" tips was a beaut. Not to mention after a comdination of BBK longtubes, BBK "H" pipe and the loudmouth 2 exhaust,, on my 2001 cobra, well let's just say i could not have made a better choice and still have not heard anything better yet.....I don't think u would be disappointed at all with the loudmouth.
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BBK cold air induction
BBK LT's, "H"pipe, SLP Loudmouth 2's
Well, they offer two Loudmouths. Loudmouth 1 has no muffler. Loudmouth 2 (renamed Power Flow) has mufflers. They used to call them both Loudmouths untill recently.
It's not that the emmissions are so bad, it's the noise level. Most communities have noise polution laws.
Loudmouth 1 is not a muffler, it is called a resonator, it has the cylinder like look of a glasspack, but nothing on the inside..Loudmouth 2 essentially is a glasspack, it has fiberglass (or ceramic??) packing on the inside of it.. the POWERFLOW is a third muffler made by SLP that is the traditional muffler square look, and is the quietest of the three.
However, ALL THREE are emissions legal, as long as run with catted mid pipes, you will very rarely get pulled over for noise pollution with just a catback, even SLP, unless you pass a cop at like 5k rpm, but you'd be speeding then and it's a whole different story then..just wanted to give you the right information on all of that
oh, my vote is SLP
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