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Old 05-26-2014, 04:19 PM   #1
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Resonators

Currently have bbk ceramic shortys lethal off road h and roush abs. Where in the exhaust line and what resonators should I install? Thanks in advance.
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A quick search for "resonators" in the 10-14 V6 section of the forum will answer both of your questions.

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A quick search for "resonators" in the 10-14 V6 section of the forum will answer both of your questions. Sent from the future.
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You're gonna want to install them into ur OTA (over the axle) pipes right after the clamp that holds the mid pipe & OTA together. & any resonator/glasspack will that's around 18+ inches long.
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U can do any size resonator depending on the amount of rasp that needs to be removed.

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I'm also in the same boat, love my Pypes but they definitely could be toned down at the higher RPMs.

There were some Magnaflow "Magnapacks" that were 22" long you guys were talking about right?

I should just order a pair of those in the coming weeks.
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Old 05-27-2014, 02:47 PM   #6
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Summitracing.com has resonators cheap

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