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Title says it... I just bought a set off of a guy today... Would you mount them under the back or under the car with turn downs??? i could just throw them on the truck but I really love the way they sound a 4.6, just dont know where to mount them

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Ide do them in the back, tucked up so u cant see them & with turndowns, would probably sound beast under the car but may have drone issues? If the drone isnt bad and can still hear the radio then ide do them in the middle.

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I'm not too concerned with the radio... dont listen to it unless im the S-10... I love the sound of good exhaust My silverado is true dualed with the cats no mufflers and I love it...

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If they're going on a bird they will not fit. They will only go in the rear where the stock mufflers were. I have slp lm2's om my bird

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I'd mount them in the middle, preferably behind an x-pipe. Just my opinion.

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Even though the lm1's are a little smaller than the lm2's. I'm almost positive they won't fit after the x-pipe. Tyey could but they would have to hang down well helow the car. I wanted to mid mount my lm2's but there was zero room to do it.

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I guess I'll have to mount them at the back then. I hope they sound good on it

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The lm2's are 4.5" o.d. and the "resonators" the lm1's are 4" o.d. im certain it wouldn't fit but I've been proven wrong before. I like they way my lm2's sound. I'll try to get a video of mine.

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I could swear on Youtube, I've seen a set of LM1's behind a x pipe, not a Magnaflow x muffler, just a regular x pipe.

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Ive got the mandrel exhaust true dual kit with the x-pipe. The lm1's and lm2's are the same length and if you were to mount them side by side just behind the trans, which is the only place you could put them, you would have to go without the x-pipe. If somebody has done this to a bird with the mufflers/resonators both still in place i would love to see a picture. Or the video for that matter if you could find it.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHIbXdX064c

He says it's a custom x that his exhaust guy whipped up, but I think that the "normal x" right behind the tranny, then the LM1's behind that would fit (just barely) Definately not the optimum setup, I would mount the X behind the tranny then put the LM's in the back with tips.

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That car sounds good, but think I'm just going to mount them in the back. It'll be easier (dont have a bender) and should sound better

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Here's Blade Runner's LM1 setup. If I went with those I'd probably do the same thing.
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That is a good write up on that. I like they he did it. Now i need to get my lazy butt up and look for some pipe and get busy... Weather is bad here today and the old ball and chain is fussing cause I'm spending too much time and money on this car... She just dont know whats coming in the next few weeks

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not too bad for 50 bucks

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That isnt bad for $50. Tht is a deal right there. Once you get it done, post up some pics and a vidoe of that sweet sound.
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LOL, I see that I.... Well, my car has become a bit infamous....lol













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