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FTE Resonator vs Flo Pro Twister

I am wanting to quiet down my exhaust a little bit and get rid of the drone that my 5" flo pro has. Ive heard good things about the FTE Resonator but the guys at Flo Pro told me to put on the twister muffler right after the down pipe and it would quite it down.

Do yall know which resonator would quiet down my exhaust the most? I know there designs are about the same and the twister muffler is 1 inch longer but I can't decide which one to order. Please let me know what yall have heard.


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I ordered the 5"x30" long resonator for my truck yesterday. Went with the FTE unit. I have the same unit on my '11 cummins. It's running a 5" straight pipe, had bad drone before the resonator around 1500-1600 rpms, just like these powerstrokes. It took care of the drone all together. Give wally at FTE a call, he'll hook you up. He gave me free shipping since I was a return customer.

'13 F250 CCSB Black/Black: Carli Starter & Stabilizer, Minimaxx, S&B intake, 5" FloPro, egr blocker, BMF Rehabs, Toyo AT IIs, Titan 50gl Tank, Amp steps, Blacked Out Tails/3rd/Markers, Full Custom Sound
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