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Old 06-30-2014, 10:28 AM   #1
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Resonators for rasp

So I have my car lifted right now and am observing and it doesn't seem like there is any room for resonators with the bbk longtube headers and non catted Xpipe.

Mechanic doesn't think so either.


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Old 06-30-2014, 11:32 AM   #3
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I'm looking at the room right now from you PIC!? I had 18" glasspacks right there.

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Looks like plenty of room to me.
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How big of a resonator do you want to install as you got some real estate right there.
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Plenty of room, I had 18" glasspack resonators installed in mine. However don't expect the resonators to get rid of all the rasp. I thought the same thing but once you hit 3k rpms that change in pitch slighty goes away but not by much


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I don't see how the resonators eliminate the rasp...
I purchased some to get rid of/tone down the rasp at 3k.
It did absolutely nothing as far as that.
All it did was quiet the exhaust down and change the tone.

I'm about to take them off.


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Mine lasted a day, almost turned my obnoxious loud Roush to stock.

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