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Old 13th August 2011, 06:24   #1
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Resonator Delete?

Thinking about deleting my resonator and replacing it with straight pipes. This is going to be temporary until i get my x-pipe. Couple of questions i got for you guys:


1. Will I lose tq/hp?

2. If so by how much approximately?

3. Will it sound deeper or raspier?
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Old 13th August 2011, 11:21   #2
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1. No you will not lose HP.
2. N/A
3. Raspier.
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+ 1 to what Ahmed has said.
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1. No you will not lose HP.
2. N/A
3. Raspier.
Thanks you very mcuh Ahmed!
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You're most welcome sir.
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1. No you will not lose HP.
2. N/A
3. Raspier.

Will it gain any HP?
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Will it gain any HP?
Deleting resonator would not lead to any power gain that the buttometer would register.

And I always say, if you didnt feel it, it never happened.
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what about Section 1? what can i do so that i can increase some hp/tq? Cant afford getting brand name parts currently so i'm looking into CUSTOM made.

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what about Section 1? what can i do so that i can increase some hp/tq? Cant afford getting brand name parts currently so i'm looking into CUSTOM made.
Replacing section 1 with straight pipes is not a big deal.

A good exhaust shop should be to either delete the cats from your stock pipes or mould a set of straight pipes for you.

I believe the first option would be the most cost effective.
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Will an action like this cause any drone in the cabin? Point is that I'ev changed to Eisenmann Sports but I'm slightly disappointed (too little sound) and consider X-pipe/removing resonator.
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