What if u just take the mufflers off?? Has anyone tried that?ierrahh said:I want to beef up my exhaust sound for my RRS SC.
Before I decide on which exhaust to order would anybody suggest removing the resonator as a cheaper and better option?
I've gone down both these roads, so here's my 0.02....Murdered Out said:i took of 8 and barely notice a change. I'm going to do 7 and also add also add larger piping all the way back.
Unless the shop has the ability to do mandrel bend. Otherwise going to a bigger tube and the crease that it has without the mandrel bend will just create less flow and more turbulence on the system and of course you want enough back pressure as well It is the smooth exhaust flow that will make the spent gasses get out faster on the exhaust.Drevs said:I've gone down both these roads, so here's my 0.02....Murdered Out said:i took of 8 and barely notice a change. I'm going to do 7 and also add also add larger piping all the way back.
The 8's are just flow through resonators. If you look down their length, there's nothing to them - removing them has minimal effect. They are there to decrease interior noise, apparently.
I'd say do not re-tube your rear system. Getting the bends just right is nearly impossible at a muffler shop, and you'll likely be left with places where it hits when going over bumps, etc. Larger diam pipe won't give you any increase in anything, except places where it bangs your undercarriage.