Sounds like me. The difference between you and me, however, is that I just talk big. I don't actually think I'm going to score higher than 170.
My low outlier was a 167. I was consistently in the high 170's. I didn't really keep records, thoughh, because I didn't think to look for a pre-law board until after I took the LSAT (and, specifically, wanted to be absolutely SURE the experimental section was 2, since I sniffed it out early and spent at least fifteen minutes doodling).
The difference between you and me is that I have a high GPA.
I have a bit less leeway, due to somewhat odd circumstances; I was working full time during my undergraduate years at a community college, but got a scholarship when I transferred into the University of Arizona. Since then, I was able to only work part time, and my GPA at the U of A is 4.0 (2 semesters; about 40 credit hours). To prove that I have the rigor for law school, I took 22 units in one semester and got a 4.0 in that semester too (18 of A for classes, 4 for S of an internship). I also have awesome letter of reccomendations; I got to see them, and they have the language law school admissions office say they want. My cumulative GPA, however, is only a 3.5. I'm hoping that coupled with a really high LSAT and a Mexican heritage will be enough to put me over the top.
I also have some really good extracurriculars: Shakespeare performances, internship at Senator McCain's office, phi beta kappa, golden key, running the website of a Hollywood writer, etc. The last two are particularly relevant, because I'm talking about taking intellectual property/cyberlaw courses. And, of course, work experience.