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Old 09-29-2011, 12:54 PM
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Will it lower my egt's???

like it says if I delete this
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will it lower my egt's or just make the turbo whistle louder, it's the 03 turbo silencer, kitty already ran away
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Old 09-29-2011, 01:19 PM
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I want that if you cut it off! It's a resonator. It will lower egt's post turbo and it will whistle, a lot....so much that after 6yrs of no resonator I'm looking for one!
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I've debated cutting my off for awhile and from what I read it get pretty loud crusing 75 mph my exhaust is not all the way out the back or I would have done it less restriction th better
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I want that if you cut it off! It's a resonator. It will lower egt's post turbo and it will whistle, a lot....so much that after 6yrs of no resonator I'm looking for one!
I'll hit you up if I do cut it off, looking at getting a used stack kit and if that happens it may go away. My exhaust doesn't go all the way out the back at the moment either.
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With the DP curving immediately (so it seems) on the turbo side of the resonator, how do you plan to/how have others connected the DP pre-resonator to the rest of the exhaust?

Pics would be great for those that have done it...I'm more so debating on just getting an aftermarket DP unless this is easier done than it looks.
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With the DP curving immediately (so it seems) on the turbo side of the resonator, how do you plan to/how have others connected the DP pre-resonator to the rest of the exhaust?

Pics would be great for those that have done it...I'm more so debating on just getting an aftermarket DP unless this is easier done than it looks.
Looks like it gets fairly flat, or possibly close enough that another pipe might be able to be welded in. have to get back under there and look closer when I get close to doing something with it.
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