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Old 03-10-2013, 10:56 PM   #1
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Slp loudmouth vs pypes pype bomb

I'm wondering how much louder slp lm are compared to pypes pb? I currently have pypes but am looking for a little more. If the alps are only a little louder then ill go with those. Otherwise, I'll go a different route and go with corsa sport axle backs. Looking for input, advice, opinions... Thanks
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I'm wondering how much louder slp lm are compared to pypes pb? I currently have pypes but am looking for a little more. If the alps are only a little louder then ill go with those. Otherwise, I'll go a different route and go with corsa sport axle backs. Looking for input, advice, opinions... Thanks
Loudmouths are the loudest you can get. Besides open headers
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Pypes bomb and SLP loudmouths are the exact same thing, just pipes with tips not worth there weight in scrap metal
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Pypes bomb and SLP loudmouths are the exact same thing, just pipes with tips not worth there weight in scrap metal
+1, they are both pretty much straight pipes with some baffling on the inside.
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So is the volume the same? I've heard videos where I like the sound of the slp better than the pypes. And yeah the pypes tips aren't made as well. They make a buzzing noise sometimes, similar to those magnet toys.
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So is the volume the same? I've heard videos where I like the sound of the slp better than the pypes. And yeah the pypes tips aren't made as well. They make a buzzing noise sometimes, similar to those magnet toys.
Yes they are simply just straight pipes but they have a different sound effect and a nice catback
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