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Old 01-14-2010, 10:29 PM   #1
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Wink Why Spending money on SLP LM Exhaust is a WASTE of MONEY.

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THe ONLY reason there is any difference in sound is bc the direction of flow is changed and oriented to the rear with the slp's......and without the SLP delete pipes (lol) the exhaust is pointed at the ground

If one wanted an SLP setup......why don't u consider having a shop fab u muffler deletes for about the cost of tips lol
Saves ya about 300 bucks......


Far as i know....an even bigger wast of money.....the magnaflow delete pipes......419 dollars......and what do you get
Exhaust tips and a 14 inch piece of pipe lol


Lemme tell ya something, If I were to spend 420 dollars on exhaust tips, they had better be made of some rare earth material that somehow gives me two more cylinders, and does the dishes. lol
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yea there is not to much difference but i got a 40 series flow master and it helped out alot and it was only like 60$ lol
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yea there is not to much difference but i got a 40 series flow master and it helped out alot and it was only like 60$ lol
Lol.....do you have a 4.0 or 3.8?

or 4.6/5.4 lol
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are we just talking axlebacks here?
and what would normally change the sound instead of redirecting the flow of the exhaust?
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are we just talking axlebacks here?
and what would normally change the sound instead of redirecting the flow of the exhaust?
No the LM's in general....they are just delete pipes honestly.....but my aim was directed at the axle backs yes......

is that a rhetorical question....the second one?

Essentially that is what changes sound....the redirection of soundwaves and flow/materials used in mufflers: that being said.....the only reason that sound is perceived to have changed even slightly with the LM system is bc the flow is directed directly to the rear instead of down towards the ground and out to the side as with the overaxle tubes alone.
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Yes. They're deletes. Anyone not aware of that?
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