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Old 02-10-2007   #1  
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Ok so i bought a magnaflow 14827 muffler and plan on getting custom piping from a shop. I was thinking about the sound and resonator and as i was looking at my stock exhaust i dont see anything that looks like a resonator! so now i need to know if im just missing it or if there is no resonator in the piping? I have an 05 lx auto 2dr.
also anyone with this muffler....does the tip stick out at all?
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nvm about the resonator...i thought I was looking at the back of the muffler!
just have the question about the tip!
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the tip does look a little long, but since you are doing custom piping you can position the muffler however you want... just show the welder how you want it to look like
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You have a resonator...its just after the where the axle portion of our stock exhaust connects to the midpipe section. Its the cylindrical shaped object. Trust me, I had mine cut out when I had my custom axle back done....
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time for the after market EX conversion with the block/headers back. I hate how that cat is built into our headers!
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not doing the ex conversion. was gona cost too much and wouldnt pass smog! so just gona do the cat back exhaust. so anybody used a vibrant resonator or know of any good cheap ones?
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It will pass smog if after EX headers you put a cat in, like the random tech pipe that dezod sells- you just have to buy O2 sensor extention cables, or wire your own.. then you hang the catback on and bolt and you got your own setup.
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in cali u cant move the o2 sensor positions or else it wont pass. so id have to buy a kamikaze header and then the tanabe down pipe. its just not worth all that money. i mean ima get the custom exhaust for under 250. thats barely enough for a new header!
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