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      09-04-2012, 02:48 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by ROB_S2K View Post
Here is a fix that might interest you. You can T off a connection before the mufflers and weld in a resonator and then weld it shut. It should eliminate almost all of the drone. Since a T connection will not flow much exhaust gas it should not limit flow.

Like this pic. HKS did this to the 350Z

Active Autowerke does something like this don't they? I was thinking of putting in resonators directly behind the mufflers..I have been thinking of taking off the stock resonators past the x pipe, putting in some more piping, and putting the new resonators further back, closer to the mufflers now. Would that make a difference? The setup like the HKS is very intriguing but may cause a headache for the muffler shop? Interesting, nonetheless!
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