Dynomax Muffer with Stock Resonator?

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  1. BlackChallengerSE

    BlackChallengerSE New Member

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    I'd like to replace the stock muffler with a Dynomax Super Turbo muffler and leave the stock resonator in place. I'm only looking for better sound. Will leaving the stock resonator keep the sound too quiet even with adding the Dynomax? This is a single exhaust which I'd like to keep. Very short on funds. Thanks in advance, first time poster. :)

    PS, I cut off the short turn down off the resonator and added a polished exhaust tip; and was able to see partially in to the resonator. It's a glass pack style, not chambered. If that makes a difference.
     
  2. ArchGE

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    I'd do baby steps. Leave the reso. and see what you think. New muffs. also need a few hundred miles to dial in so give it some time before deciding.
     
  3. JarheadsChallenger

    JarheadsChallenger Member MOTM Winner! Military

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    Search Dynomax Mini Race Bullets and you'll see there is a big following on this style of mod.
     

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