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Old 04-01-2005, 06:38 PM
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i had LM1s with the stock H and also catted X. my buddy Acer now has my LM1s with a MAC catted H. if you really want to go with off/road, you most likely will attract a lot of unwanted attention. casper has LM1 with o/r midpipe and he's getting LM2s now cause it's so loud and not that deep.

the LM1s are VERY loud with the stock H pipe and are pretty damn deep. i was very pleased with them. after i got my catted X pipe though, they really woke up! they got so much deeper it was crazy. it started tingling between my legs again. then i got the LM2s, which i like even more. when i first put those on, it wasn't that loud and thought i made a mistake. now that they're broken in, they're crazy loud and like super deep! don't even get me started on how they sound at WOT.

the LM1s with acer's mac H sound awesome too. in the lower RPMs, it 0wnz all. once he hits above 3k, it starts to lose it's luster. it's still very loud, no question about that. just not as deep.

if you're afraid of the cops, get the LM2s, they aren't as loud as LM1. you'll hear the LM1s from 2 miles away whereas the LM2s you'll only hear and feel from 1 mile away.
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Old 04-01-2005, 07:23 PM
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wheres the cheapest place to get em? Im thinkin i want somethin loud like the slp II's for my 01
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Old 04-01-2005, 07:25 PM
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by the way...ive also got an o/r x-pipe sitting in the garage waiting to be put on...how will it sound w/ the slp II's?
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Old 04-01-2005, 08:08 PM
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i have the SLP catback, i dont regret it, expect alot of attention...i love it, im glad i went with it cause the millions of stangs on the weekend all sound the same but when i line up or even pull up i always turn the heads
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Old 04-01-2005, 08:11 PM
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Thanks for all the help. I am sorta just getting started with mods. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do next? I was thinkin TriAx, pro 5.0, or MGW Any advice?
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Old 04-01-2005, 08:29 PM
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Old 04-01-2005, 08:36 PM
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casper has LM1 with o/r midpipe and he's getting LM2s now cause it's so loud and not that deep.
I have 98 GT SOHC, 5 spd. UPR X-pipe WITHOUT cats, and LM 1's.... Its loud, its deep... Its insane! Its an amazing exhaust set-up except at 2500 it starts to crackle, and then its normal and then at like 35-3800 it starts to crackle again. If i keep it to the floor from the start and powershift it sounds loud and deep and will make you go deaf. But if i shift slowly and normally i shift at 2k and it sounds like a normal X-piped cat back system just louder and deeper. But then if i get on it it crackles... i dont like the crackle!
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Old 04-01-2005, 08:39 PM
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ORIGINAL: Casper98GT

casper has LM1 with o/r midpipe and he's getting LM2s now cause it's so loud and not that deep.
I have 98 GT SOHC, 5 spd. UPR X-pipe WITHOUT cats, and LM 1's.... Its loud, its deep... Its insane! Its an amazing exhaust set-up except at 2500 it starts to crackle, and then its normal and then at like 35-3800 it starts to crackle again. If i keep it to the floor from the start and powershift it sounds loud and deep and will make you go deaf. But if i shift slowly and normally i shift at 2k and it sounds like a normal X-piped cat back system just louder and deeper. But then if i get on it it crackles... i dont like the crackle!

yea, crackle is a big [sm=smiley21.gif]
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Old 04-01-2005, 08:43 PM
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Crackles and pops sound like garbage and i dont want that. thanks for all the help
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Old 04-01-2005, 09:10 PM
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then get a catted midpipe with LM2s. mine never crackle. my LM1s didn't really crackle either though.
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