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Old 12-26-2012, 12:33 PM
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?'s with what to order when replacing the "suitcase"

So I had a local muffler shop cut out the resonators this morning. I am impressed with increase in sound I gained, but it is not nearly loud enough for my tastes (I come from owning several mustangs over the years with obnoxiously loud exhaust). The next step I want to take in my budget catback is to replace the suitcase with some Super 10s or maybe even SLP bullets. If I get a chambered style muffler, what do I need to order as a direct replacement for the stock muffler with regards to the inlet/outlet? Center/center or offset/center or center/offset or offset/offset? Also, im assuming 2 1/2" diameter.
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Old 12-26-2012, 12:39 PM
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go with the SLP Loudmouth 1 bullet "mufflers" they come in 2.5" you will be happy with the sound.
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I was toying with the idea of LM1 or LM2 bullet muffs, the only thing about them is the cost; im looking at $150-$200 + the cost of install ($100 maybe). That would be the only deciding factor between SLP or some chamber style muffs.
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Old 12-26-2012, 01:13 PM
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i think you will be dissapointed if you go with the LM2 if you want loud exhaust, slp makes good quality products and they dont weigh very much.
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Just put in straight pipes in its place
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Old 12-30-2012, 10:49 AM
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I went with Flowmaster Super 10's (3" center in, center out) in place of the suitcase. Reso delete, 3" from just behind the H-pipe on out. Here's an example to listen to.


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I have flowmaster super 10s 2.5 offset in/out, on both my 07 R/T and my 06 SRT8 they sound awsome.
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Im really digging the sound of the super 10s. Any suggestions on where to get a pair for a good price?
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I think that Summit Racing had the best online price when I was researching mine initially. You can try Jegs too.
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