Removing resonator from OEM exhaust
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    Removing resonator from OEM exhaust

    So I am planning on getting a WRX..once i can get rid of my 08 Civic..lol

    and i plan on removing the resonator on the OEM exhaust just to make my car sound "alive"

    Is the correct term call "stright pipe"?? or stright pipe = remvoing resonator and the coverter?

    anyway...will my car get the "growl" i want? I dont expect any HP/TQ gain...im doing it purely for my ear's pleasure

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    Ear pleasure?!!!...kinky! but...= remove snorkul and add cat-back. Good ear candy!!!

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    so i should just get a cat-back? I know some cat back include a resonator on civic's but what about WRX?

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    The resonator is in the midpipe between the downpipe (attached to the turbo) and the axleback muffler. A CBE will get you the midpipe (no resonator) and a new axleback muffler.

    And a louder note.
    06 GTO M6 Quicksilver, SLP 455 Bobcat, LS7 Clutch w/ SS line (RPM tune:373rwhp/373rwtq)
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