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there is a good chance you will lose low-end torque without noticing any gains. And after all, the resonator was placed there for a reason. Many people will tell you that it doesn't really get any louder, and that this is a waste of your time. You have the information, you make the choice.
buy an Injen Intake from overboost.com ..... under 200$ . Dont remove the fuggin resonator...
the resonator is there to quiet your intake noise. there is a DIY but just go in there and do it, its very easy. You wont see a loss of power, but i suggest an intake anyway [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
my suggestion.....dont do it, i took it off before and drove for 2 months and i put it back, loss a little low end torque and gain a little high end hp, overall speed the same, and it doesnt sound good, my opinion though