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Old 07-27-2008, 10:00 PM
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So... I got under my truck today and under my dads truck took a rubber mallet to my cat to see if she was clogged. so under there I checked the exhaust the stock muffler is one big heavy pig the cat is gonna go and then right after the cat there was a 3rd piece in the exhaust. covered in foil just before the up pipe. is that a resonator??? My fathers exhaust does not have that at all its just a pipe it is not covered in foil it just heads up to the turbo.

wtf is that
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yea, that is the resonator. There to quiet down the whistle. But you'll be removing it so you can enjoy the whistle bliss.
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wow... i cannot wait to hear this thing uncorked. I am not doing anything fancy 4 inch turbo back exhaust is a exhaust.
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4" turbo back is enough. trust me. here I'll dig up my video link so you know what to look forward to
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wow... i cannot wait to hear this thing uncorked. I am not doing anything fancy 4 inch turbo back exhaust is a exhaust.
Stainless Steel exhaust is better than an aluminized steel exhaust.
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4" turbo back is enough. trust me. here I'll dig up my video link so you know what to look forward to
Don't forget about youtube.
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my stuff clowns on you tube adam. and don't you forget it. hopefully this works

Video - 2003 ford superduty 6.0l powerstroke
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I thought 03 6.0L were the only ones that had resonators..
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I thought 03 6.0L were the only ones that had resonators..
they are. .
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4 inch rocks
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