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Old 11-24-2013, 03:47 PM   #1
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I know, I know, another exhaust thread, but just looking for some advice on what to try out next, when I first purchased my car I went with the LM1 catback, and stock mid pipe, eventually I went and upgraded the mid pipe to an o/r x, after running that for months I just got so tired of the obnoxious lm1+o/r x combo rasp, decided to swap back my stock mid pipe, since than I've just left it all alone, but now wanting more, I'd like some opinions on what to pair with my LM1s, looking for Deep, and Loud, which I hope is possible to achieve without swapping out the LM1s, thanks guys.
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Have you listened to the lm1's with an o/r h?
Or pro chamber?
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Have you listened to it with an o/r h?
I've heard lm1 pair with o/r h sounds like crap , have only seen a few YouTube videos on it but YouTube videos are hard to judge on the sound
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What you are looking for honestly sounds like a Bassanni or Borla or some other straight through muffler with an O/R H or Prochamber. The SLP stuff is basically just resonators...

My old combo on my 95 that I really liked was headers, O/R H to a Dynomax Ultra Flow catback. Nice and deep without being too loud at idle/light throttle but would SCREAM when you stomped on it.
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I know, I know, another exhaust thread, but just looking for some advice on what to try out next, when I first purchased my car I went with the LM1 catback, and stock mid pipe, eventually I went and upgraded the mid pipe to an o/r x, after running that for months I just got so tired of the obnoxious lm1+o/r x combo rasp, decided to swap back my stock mid pipe, since than I've just left it all alone, but now wanting more, I'd like some opinions on what to pair with my LM1s, looking for Deep, and Loud, which I hope is possible to achieve without swapping out the LM1s, thanks guys.
Ive heard LM1s with a catted h and it sounds way better than with an x pipe imo. Still loud, but deep with much less rasp.
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My bassani x has little rasp. Only at wot. But probably because I have the bassani cb with chambered mufflers.
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Built mufflers or straight through mufflers use X pipes for best sound!

Chamber mufflers use H pipe
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LM1 with H sounds crap
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Built mufflers or straight through mufflers use X pipes for best sound!

Chamber mufflers use H pipe
+11. I have Pypes O/R X-pipe and CherryBomb Vortex cat back!.. (It's a flow through designe). And it has a nice rumble to it!..
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