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Old 04-30-2013, 11:32 PM   #36
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No problem. I'm wanting a set too. The mags preferably. Always been good with deep sounds from them. Even though the streets sound so constricted to be "free flowing"

Also where do these go? I have a welder and can install these myself.
Aww everyone is copying me hahaa they go on the front of the OTA piping
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Aww everyone is copying me hahaa they go on the front of the OTA piping
I ain't goin headers you head promotor lol but I am doing catted H. Thanks man I'm gonna buy em.

Also exhaust guru, if I decide somehow to go with another setup, will it sound better?
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I ain't goin headers you head promotor lol but I am doing catted H. Thanks man I'm gonna buy em.

Also exhaust guru, if I decide somehow to go with another setup, will it sound better?
Bro resonators will make any muffler or exhaust setup sound alot deeper and better in overall tone so no matter what I think u will be pleased with them. Get the magnaflow ones off ebay I linked somewhere here if u cant find it lemme know they were 33 each
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I still don't understand what the size difference does. I'm really thinking about getting resonators, but can't decide what brand or size, and how install works. Can I do it myself? I know how to weld but am not experienced with exhaust either than bolt on. Anyone got any tips? (Charlie)
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I still don't understand what the size difference does. I'm really thinking about getting resonators, but can't decide what brand or size, and how install works. Can I do it myself? I know how to weld but am not experienced with exhaust either than bolt on. Anyone got any tips? (Charlie)
Okay buy these unless u can find legit 5.0 resonators http://pages.ebay.com/motors/link/?n...d=330916965206

If u can weld a piece of pipibg then u can do it. As long as you can do a good weld and make no leaks then go ahead. Cut off the appropriate size piping from the OTA pipes right behind the xpipe. If u watch my vids on youtube I show u the resonators bro
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I probably can't find GT resonators here in Germany. I'm not a huge fan of eBay, though. So they weld the x pipe so the over axle pipe? What if I wanna switch them out for emissions? Can I just cut half the over axle pipe and weld them in there, since I probably won't change stock over axle pipe until FI? Any reduction in dyno after install of these? Loss of achieving zero back pressure?
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I probably can't find GT resonators here in Germany. I'm not a huge fan of eBay, though. So they weld the x pipe so the over axle pipe? What if I wanna switch them out for emissions? Can I just cut half the over axle pipe and weld them in there, since I probably won't change stock over axle pipe until FI? Any reduction in dyno after install of these? Loss of achieving zero back pressure?
They go ON the OTA piping. And these do NOTHING for emissions. They will help your back pressure since you have muffler deletes
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Damn... That link doesn't ship to Army in Europe. Hence why I hate eBay. Is that the optimal brand for our 2011+ Pony's? I'll look on amazon.
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Damn... That link doesn't ship to Army in Europe. Hence why I hate eBay. Is that the optimal brand for our 2011+ Pony's? I'll look on amazon.
Any resonator will do. As long as its the same design and dimensions between 18' and 22'
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Why not smaller. I found some cherry bombs that are pretty cheap, but 16"...
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Correction. 12"
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Correction. 12"
They wont work as good but will take off rasp just not as much
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So no matter the brand, just 18-22"?
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Bro resonators will make any muffler or exhaust setup sound alot deeper and better in overall tone so no matter what I think u will be pleased with them. Get the magnaflow ones off ebay I linked somewhere here if u cant find it lemme know they were 33 each
Summit racing $33 new. And that's what I wanna know. You sir are the man.
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So no matter the brand, just 18-22"?
Yeah the mags I just ordered are 18 inch but 22 inch total. Part number is 18125 and I used summit racing. I'm doing the install myself on my dads lift. They are 2.25 inch piping but the resonator is 3.5.
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Yeah the mags I just ordered are 18 inch but 22 inch total. Part number is 18125 and I used summit racing. I'm doing the install myself on my dads lift. They are 2.25 inch piping but the resonator is 3.5.
Buy a pipe widener
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Summit racing $33 new. And that's what I wanna know. You sir are the man.
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Buy a pipe widener
We have one lol use it for trailers and stuff too I'm excited! Hoora
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We have one lol use it for trailers and stuff too I'm excited! Hoora
Haha I just took my car to a shop
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Dumb question #8billion. What exactly is a pipe widener. It sounds pretty self explanatory, but anyone know the way it works?
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Dumb question #8billion. What exactly is a pipe widener. It sounds pretty self explanatory, but anyone know the way it works?
Its like a vise but works in the opposite direction and is circular to widen the pipe. So you turn it and it opens up
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Got another question Charlie, could you use c clamps instead of weld, or is welding the optimal method?
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Haha I just took my car to a shop
What's a pipe widener. I read welder.
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Got another question Charlie, could you use c clamps instead of weld, or is welding the optimal method?
You could if you wanted but buy exhaust sealer to go along the connection points so you wont have any air leaks bro.

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What's a pipe widener. I read welder.
Read above quote bro I explained it
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I didn't use any sealer on my over axles to axle backs... No leaks there. Should I have? Welding or sealer, though? Which would you recommend? Only reason I ask, if I don't like them, I have to order new piping and bend it myself, or order OEM, and that's pricey here because if shipping.
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I didn't use any sealer on my over axles to axle backs... No leaks there. Should I have? Welding or sealer, though? Which would you recommend? Only reason I ask, if I don't like them, I have to order new piping and bend it myself, or order OEM, and that's pricey here because if shipping.
Use sealer and keep the original piece you cut so u can weld it back on if need be. Which I doubt cuz u will love the deeper tone it gives your car
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Use sealer and keep the original piece you cut so u can weld it back on if need be. Which I doubt cuz u will love the deeper tone it gives your car
Or any setup for that matter
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I'm not coming at you guys sideways, everyone says they are the ****, and I want them, especially at the price, but my three years in the Middle East made me very paranoid... I always need a fall back. If I cut, I'll lose a 16th an inch or so, then if I cut the weld(it'll be a *****) I'll lose another 16th or so... I won't be able hit stock again...
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I'm not coming at you guys sideways, everyone says they are the ****, and I want them, especially at the price, but my three years in the Middle East made me very paranoid... I always need a fall back. If I cut, I'll lose a 16th an inch or so, then if I cut the weld(it'll be a *****) I'll lose another 16th or so... I won't be able hit stock again...
Cut n clamp it. If u dont like it weld the original piece back on. Easy way to go back stock bro
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Word my brotha. If I like it, I'll weld. Ordered now
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Word my brotha. If I like it, I'll weld. Ordered now
Good plan but I can guarantee u will love it bro
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How would muffler delete with just resonators..would it fix the popping
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How would muffler delete with just resonators..would it fix the popping
I do believe the 99-04 you can buy them at AM and use them as a "Muffler" delete
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I do believe the 99-04 you can buy them at AM and use them as a "Muffler" delete
Are you getting those glass packs?
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Are you getting those glass packs?
Na. I got the ones from summit racing for $33 a piece. Magnaflows.
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