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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-14-2014, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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LT's and stock mufflers.

I've been running Kooks LT's, catted mids, and the stock GT mufflers. I wanted it a little quieter. I like it, and I may mod these for more flow. Here is a video, just in case there might be someone on the same path. Also, debadged the rear except for the arrowhead, and tinted the side repeaters.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ki_I...ature=youtu.be

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Sounds good man

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That sounds great! I'm planning to do LTs and HFC'd connection pipes in the next while and run them to the stock axleback. I was planning to eventually upgrade to a Corsa catback, but this actually has exactly the sound I'm looking for. Good to know, thanks for the video!

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Thank you. I would love a Corsa myself, but this actually sounds good. You can open the stock mufflers up, and mod them as well. Zero drone, and mild, but you can clearly tell its a V8.

2008 LR GT: Kooks LTs/mids, Vararam, Crawford tune/ported intake, Maximizer axle back, 19" VMR V803, Eibach rear, H&R front, FE3, Whiteline
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you may mod them for more sound, but not likely more flow. And I have modded stockers twice. Neither resulted in much more sound.

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Getqting rid of that perforated tube is what I mean when moddinga for flow. However, even removing that doesn't really add any sound.

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2008 LR GT: Kooks LTs/mids, Vararam, Crawford tune/ported intake, Maximizer axle back, 19" VMR V803, Eibach rear, H&R front, FE3, Whiteline
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