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Old 05-18-2013, 08:22 PM   #1
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Whatsup dudes..so finally got my LM1 catback paired with an o/r x pipe, I love it, SUPERR LOUD! But looking to experiment with a few different mufflers. What mufflers can I purchase (beside LM2s) that would be a direct bolt in replacement of my LM1 mufflers, looking to experiment with a few different types just for some change here and there. Thanks
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Whatsup dudes..so finally got my LM1 catback paired with an o/r x pipe, I love it, SUPERR LOUD! But looking to experiment with a few different mufflers. What mufflers can I purchase (beside LM2s) that would be a direct bolt in replacement of my LM1 mufflers, looking to experiment with a few different types just for some change here and there. Thanks
There aren't going to be any that are a direct bolt replacement
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There aren't going to be any that are a direct bolt replacement
I have the lm1 and 2 and I've changed them out fine..
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I have the lm1 and 2 and I've changed them out fine..
He was exluding the lm2
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He was exluding the lm2
Yeah I see that now lol
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Pypes m80s I think they are welded tho
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Yeah I see that now lol
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pretty much any muffler/resignators that are used with clamps i was thinking about experimenting a bit myself with some borla s-types
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Sounds like an expensive experiment that will leave you with a pile of unwanted mufflers you will be lucky to sell for half. For free you can use youtube and get a pretty good idea of what things sound like.
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As far as a direct bolt on into the lm1 catback, i would reccomed taking the dimesions and then trying to find a muffler with the same length. Im not to sure how well a offset desgin would bolt up. I had a straigth thru put in place of the stock offset catback and it worked just fine.
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Scotty summed it up. Figure that most resonators would work but they wont be the same dimensions more than likely.
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