|05-13-2005 09:32 PM|
|Logan Leslie||You haven't gotten the book yet?|
|05-13-2005 09:23 PM|
|citronxbeige||i was thinking about cutting the resonator out of the viggen exhaust and replacing it with a straight pipe....but i am happy with the sound of the exhaust now, and i wouldnt want to do that work and ruin my exhaust note. do you guys think it would be worth it to throw a straight pipe in the place of the resonator?|
|05-13-2005 06:34 AM|
GET THE DAMN MANUAL ALREADY
You sure you aint talking about the catalytic converter...lol...No there are two silencers on the exhaust, self explanatory...You can remove them sure, that's what I am going to do when I get a 2.5" exhaust. DO NOT REMOVE THEM if you have stock exhaust muffler, or it will sound like SHIT!
|05-12-2005 09:04 PM|
|danthegolfer||where would i research this type of thing, its not in the owners manual... if u could find me a website or anyhting that would have random kind of nfo like this, id never ask these "dumb" questions again|
|05-12-2005 08:52 PM|
dan dude yur killin me... you gotta do some research... just a little at least....
its a pre muffler... its more to keep the tone down... a resignator (sp)
from what ive been told...
yeah you could take it out... i dont think it would hurt emissions either...
|05-12-2005 08:44 PM|
yeah read erlier sumwehre that we have a cat and 2 mufflers on our cars, but i havent ever looked to see if its true so if its not dont balme me
anyway, why do we have the 2 mufflers? is it possible to replace the first muffler (the one more towards the engine) and replace it with piping ? wouldnt that increase performance and sound better with only the 1 muffler? any ideas about this? would a catback system replace 1 of those muffelers with piping?
beh, i just dont know much