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Old 08-31-2013, 05:22 PM   #36
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I was researching resonator deletes and came upon this thread. I put Borla S types on mine, does anyone know if they will sound well if I delete the resonators?
Keep the resonators and added a Catted High Flow H-pipe like someone said. That would be a loud but muscular sounding mustang and u will gain 10-15hp
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Keep the resonators and added a Catted High Flow H-pipe like someone said. That would be a loud but muscular sounding mustang and u will gain 10-15hp
Catted h pipe will gain 10-15? What will a o/r h pipe gain you then??
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Keep the resonators and added a Catted High Flow H-pipe like someone said. That would be a loud but muscular sounding mustang and u will gain 10-15hp
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Ok thanks. Ill look into those.
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Old 08-31-2013, 07:49 PM   #40
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Catted h pipe will gain 10-15? What will a o/r h pipe gain you then??
It will probably be 10hp for the high flow catted xpipe and 20-25 for O/R xpipe

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It will probably be 10hp for the high flow catted xpipe and 20-25 for O/R xpipe
Bbk made a good video with dyno runs on the same car with catted and O/R
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hello i dont know much about resonator and things like that but would it be possible to do a resonator delete with the flowmaster outlaw exhaust? sorry i dont know much like i already said
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Yep, look under the car you'll see the resonators just forward of the rear axle.


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hello i dont know much about resonator and things like that but would it be possible to do a resonator delete with the flowmaster outlaw exhaust? sorry i dont know much like i already said
You can but it's probably going to drone like there's no tomorrow.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:05 PM   #44
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You can replace them with DynoMax Race Bullets. Basically a straight through race muffler. It should get louder, without rasp. About $45 a piece.

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If you use the GT 500 axlebacks, you will not have any drone if you delete the resonators. But when you mash it, it roars!
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