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Old 06-21-2013, 09:17 AM   #1
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At the muffler shop!!

Do I keep the Resonated on or take them off
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Most people usually delete them. They do help a little bit with reducing exhaust drone, but it's minimum.

What exhaust setup are you switching to?\

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Most people usually delete them. They do help a little bit with reducing exhaust drone, but it's minimum.

What exhaust setup are you switching to?\

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I just went straight pipe for now
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I just went straight pipe for now
Our v6s are naturally raspy the resonators help with it. I'd keep them on, I'm even trying to add another set of resonators to mine.
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I just went straight pipe for now
Leave them on. Or straight pipe on a 6 will not sound good. I would leave them there
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Leave them on. Or straight pipe on a 6 will not sound good. I would leave them there
I love my straight pipe 6. Haha

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I love my straight pipe 6. Haha
But he is right leave them on or your car will be sound horrible
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I just went straight pipe for now
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Everyone's taste is different. You might as well take them off now and see if you like the tone. Worst case is you need to put them back on..

Let us know what you think of the new tone!

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You'll end up putting them back on, as most of the V6'ers that remove them put them back on, unless drone is your thing. It's annoying, and can produce a vibration in the vehicle at certain RPM ranges.

If you removed the catalitic converters, I sure hope you kept them too, as it's a federal law that prevents you from selling a vehicle (includes trade in as well) without them.
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