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Has anybody used this Y adaptor to replace the front resonator ?

Was the inlet spacing the correct width ?


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that's what I got on my R/T currently with my flowmaster 40 series single in/dual out CAMARO style muffler....
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I was going to use that for my exhaust but they had them in to large of a size. Went a custom route for the same price.

I recommend putting the Y further down, as far back as possible. It was one of those small details that gave the Special Exhausts the sound and performance edge.
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You also may get some resonance from just having a Y-pipe. I'd recommend a straight through center in/out muffler or resonator. I use a Magnaflow stainless muffler and it sounds amazing. The small body muffler still fits after the Y-pipe with a little room on both sides.
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You also may get some resonance from just having a Y-pipe. I'd recommend a straight through center in/out muffler or resonator. I use a Magnaflow stainless muffler and it sounds amazing. The small body muffler still fits after the Y-pipe with a little room on both sides.
This is true, it will have a drone. Not a terrible one. But enough to be noticeable from stock.
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You also may get some resonance from just having a Y-pipe. I'd recommend a straight through center in/out muffler or resonator. I use a Magnaflow stainless muffler and it sounds amazing. The small body muffler still fits after the Y-pipe with a little room on both sides.

So the factory front resonator is not straight thru ?
I thought it was like a dual inlet glasspack.
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So the factory front resonator is not straight thru ?
I thought it was like a dual inlet glasspack.
No, it doesn't. I took my blown out one apart. The tubes go to the back of the resonator. So the exhaust goes to the back, and has to go roughly 2/3 back to the front through a series of baffle plates, then back out the tube that exits.
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So even though they call it a resonator , it's actually built more like a muffler.

Has anybody ever cut the rear resonator apart ?
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I ordered one up , hopefully it's no too loud.
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I ordered one up , hopefully it's no too loud.
Let us know if the install was smooth. I'm interested in putting one on mine.
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Let us know if the install was smooth. I'm interested in putting one on mine.
I'll post the results after the install next week . All you do is cut the pipes just in front of the stock resonator " which are 2 1/4" OD" and then use a couple 18" length's of ID / OD
pipe to move the 10758 back . You may need an adaptor on the rear for a 2.7 car.
Then if you have the equipment , weld it together.

My 02 ES came with a home brew type of y-adaptor and I've run it the last year with a
straight piped muffler and just the very rear resonator. It's throaty but not annoying.
The one I'm installing next week is going on my son's 3.5 , which still has the 2.7 resonator, so I'm hoping it will wake it up some. The rest of the exhaust is a stock Interceptor system.
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I was hoping to put the y adapter in the stock location of the resonator and then putting a round magnaflow to act as a resonator. I'm just concerned if it's a perfect slip fit over the down-pipes without having to move them closer or farther apart, because that would necessitate cutting/lengthening the mounting brackets where they bolt at the back of the transaxle...and I really don't want to do that. The down pipes don't look at all modified in the above pics. I'm hoping that's the case.

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