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    Stock Resonator / Muffler Delete?

    I have 2012, and I'm currently running the stock downpipe with a delete pipe.

    When I did my deletes, I left the factory resonator on, and it seems like my exhaust is very quiet.

    I do not want the straight pipe sound or smell which is why i chose to leave the downpipe cat in place.

    Will doing a stock muffler delete make any noticeable difference in the tone since I'm running a race pipe, or am I just wasting my time?


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    Re: Stock Resonator / Muffler Delete?

    If you delete the resonator, you may get a drone in the cab.

    I left mine in place with no drone, and it still sounds great with a delete pipe, no muffler.


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