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Deleting Stocker Mufflers?


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been readin a lot about people deleting the resonators and keepin stock mufflers, until u get a replacement anyway. but what about doing it the other way around? can u delete the mufflers and keep the resonators and not sound obnoxious? any sound clips/videos of deleted mufflers and or resonators?

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been readin a lot about people deleting the resonators and keepin stock mufflers, until u get a replacement anyway. but what about doing it the other way around? can u delete the mufflers and keep the resonators and not sound obnoxious? any sound clips/videos of deleted mufflers and or resonators?

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been readin a lot about people deleting the resonators and keepin stock mufflers, until u get a replacement anyway. but what about doing it the other way around? can u delete the mufflers and keep the resonators and not sound obnoxious? any sound clips/videos of deleted mufflers and or resonators?

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I don't think that's the way to go at all. Besides looking wierd, you still have the highly restrictive resonators and a crappy sound to boot. Kill the resonators first, next replace the mufflers with hi-flowing, then go after the forward cats with hi-flowing, and finally look into straightening out the pipes with 2.25".

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