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Old 04-11-2012, 08:03 PM   #1
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Hey everyone I'm looking to go with this setup, which is pacsetter longtubes into a tsp ory pipe with no axle back. Just wanted to know if anyone had any info on what it will sound like. Raspy,clean,quiet,loud or what. Thanks and god bless
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With no muffler it will be super loud.
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A good loud or sound like a truck. I like some rasped also
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i like my exhaust loud but i think that would be too loud for me
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I'm not sure on this setup exactly because I have never heard it, but in general no muffler is crazy loud.
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Any back pressure problems, or any sucking in cold air to the valves with running a set up like that
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Old 04-11-2012, 08:15 PM   #7
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Running open headers there is always a chance of burning up a valve. Google ls1sounds.com and listen to all their clips. Pretty much every combination is on there.
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Yes it will be loud, I ran this for a few days until my catback came in, i wouldnt recommend it but very raspy
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I started my car up at each stage of the exhaust install (open headers, dumped Y-pipe, and with the catback on). It sounds good at idle, but is still very loud and raspy. If nothing else, at least put a bullet muffler after the Y.
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I tend to like the rasp of the exhaust.
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In my opinion that would be way to loud for the street and just asking to get pulled over all the time. Should go with a lm1 would still be very raspy and loud enough that anyone with in visual distance of you would clearly hear it and know it was you haha. And then if you do get pulled over you can still play dumb and say somethings up with your muffler and it wouldent just be open exhaust and clearly no attempt to quiet it down. ( i know this from experience lol)
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To the op depends what you like. With a cam on my old set up i ran td's but then bottomed out tore it up so temporarily cut it off and ran about three foot of pipe off each header with a bullet on the end it was very loud at at first but then i got used to it the cops never bothered me but of course i never revved it when i was around one. That should have been way louder then what your thinking about so i don't think you'll have a problem.
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Aight thanks for all the advice. Also with that set up is it going to make me run lean or rich just wondering
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Just hook up a lm1 and your all set. Thats pretty much as loud as it gets.
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I think your gonna get alot of tickets...I have pacesetter lt,tsp ory,and a cut out. That **** is crazy loud after 2300rpms
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I've been running around with that exact setup (pacesetter's and a dumped TSP Y pipe) for a few months, haha. It gets old but I drive by cops all the time and have never been pulled over. With that said, I've got some dynomax parts which should be here today...
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I have this setup with a cutout. It's great lol..
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