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Old 12-07-2010, 03:11 PM   #1
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so i have a 2002 pontiac formula 5.7L i currently have bbk shorty headers and universal highflow cats and i want to run slp LM1's on it but i want to run a true dual but all of the kits i've seen have one muffler is it possible to run true dual SLP LM1's???

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Old 12-08-2010, 07:13 PM   #2
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You are going to have to do a custom job for true duals anyways and I'm pretty sure the only thing that makes it a LM1 is the resonator. I'm pretty certain they can be bought separately, just pop em on your custom setup. Oh and that setup will probably be as loud as hell.
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Yeah I thought of that cuz I hate running single muffler and having dual outlet I want to run true duals and have an aggressive sound I heard lm1's and liked it....I'm just looking to run true duals and have an aggressive tone

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Any true dual set up I've heard sounds badass, have you visited ls1sounds?
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You can custom make one and use the LM1 resonators, but I am not aware of anyone who sells one using them. Its going to be VERY loud though. Run your car open headers and thats basically what its going to sound like.
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Here's how my LM1 sounds just to give you an idea what it sounds like with SLPs intended set-up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVZKH...e_gdata_player

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpVV-...e_gdata_player
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^^^^^thats with the single resonator man that's loud I can only imagine true duals
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^^^^^thats with the single resonator man that's loud I can only imagine true duals
Yup! ... "Single" set-up! ... The first Vid is how it sounds just cruising. The second Vid is 3/4 throttle. BooYaa!
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