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Old 15-May-2007, 05:19 PM
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Chop off resonator

I bought an APEXi cat back for my 02si in january, i wanted a quite exhaust bcuz i lik intake sound better, but i want to make it a little bit louder. Anyone know any good exhaust shops where i can chop off the resonator and weld in a straight pipe? doesnt have to b stainless steal and obviously would be paid in cash.
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Go to ANY exhaust shop. Its not like its a hard thing to do....

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why would you want a louder exhaust? it's just gonna cause you problems..
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Any general muffler shop can tackle this work. Of course, our affiliates can as well.

Your exhaust will sound loud, unwanted attention sometimes will not act in your favour.
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I don't recommend getting rid of the resonator..I didn't have one for awhile and the sound was soo annoying imo
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I would recommend Markham Muffler
Went in and they got the job done in like 10-15 min
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They are located at 114 Sinnott Road
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Your car will be REALLY loud with no resonator and an aftermarket exhaust.
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I recommend just getting a smaller resonator.
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I think the answer is pretty much clear.
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