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Old 01-29-2013, 10:39 PM   #1
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Resonators or no resonators?

I have a 5.0 and flowmaster outlaws axle backs. I want more sound. If i delete the resonators will i need a tune? Also what are the effects of deleting them?
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I have a 5.0 and flowmaster outlaws axle backs. I want more sound. If i delete the resonators will i need a tune? Also what are the effects of deleting them?
no you will not need a tune. They are going to get louder and maybe a little more drone? Not 100% on the drone as I don't have those axle backs.
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Great, im gonna have to do this
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I deleted mine that came with my super system and it made my exhaust pop and backfire when I downshift and change gear but no louder. I like the popping so I think it sounds good, best mod I have done yet cause it only cost me 20 bucks
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Personally, I would delete the cats and tune it, I think that would give more sound, and also would sound better than a resonator delete. Just an opinion though, I don't like the sound of no resonators unless it's on an entire aftermarket system
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Personally, I would delete the cats and tune it, I think that would give more sound, and also would sound better than a resonator delete. Just an opinion though, I don't like the sound of no resonators unless it's on an entire aftermarket system
i dont wanna delete the cats because its hard to find someone to pass it for inspection. i know a guy that has for me in the past but im not liking his price to do it. a full exhaust is in the future, very far future.
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No resonators.
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