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Old 08-25-2010, 05:54 PM
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Resonator: keep it or lose it...

IF I fit twin pipes (one each side, retaining spare tire) from standard muffler, do I keep the resonator? What happens if I delete it? Ben?
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Old 08-25-2010, 06:18 PM
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Re: Resonator: keep it or lose it...

well IDK about the whole two-pipes thing...but I deleted my reso and love it...I have a fairly-large Borla that gives me plenty of sound without the drone. Depending on the muffler, the reso will reduce the drone...or IIRC some guys delete the muffler(s) and roll reso-only. Hope that helps...
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Re: Resonator: keep it or lose it...

Thanks, I don't really want much more noise than I've got with the standard set-up, just every time I look at the back of mine it looks like Loraine Bobbit got to it... I see Suzuki Swifts with twin pipes and get envious...
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Re: Resonator: keep it or lose it...

I don't think you should do a system, as I don't think you'll be happy with anything.

Maybe you should just put some fake tips on it? Because there is no way you can have a "nice note" and "no noise" together.

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