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This is a discussion on Resonator Removal from Stock 2013 WRX Exhaust within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by rage-wrx That would be the air deflector that directs outside air to the intake. Without it hot ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rage-wrx View Post
    That would be the air deflector that directs outside air to the intake. Without it hot air to the intake comes from the engine bay.
    Yeah didnt know the real name for it, once you take it off it sure does make your turbo and intake alot more audible though!

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    Resonator Removal from Stock 2013 WRX Exhaust

    No it does not. That is the placebo effect. You shod leave that on there. As stated before it is a functional piece and there is no reason to take it off. Unless of course you don't want the parts your car came with to perform the way they were intended to. You will have plenty of noise when you get the Cobb intake.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx50 View Post
    No it does not. That is the placebo effect. You shod leave that on there. As stated before it is a functional piece and there is no reason to take it off. Unless of course you don't want the parts your car came with to perform the way they were intended to. You will have plenty of noise when you get the Cobb intake.


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    Yeah I decided to throw it back on, atleast until it have the money to replace my stock intake, but thanks for your feedback!

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