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Hey the last topic on exhaust confused me a bit with people not sure on weither they took of the muffler or resonator. The muffler goes sideways, midway under the car. Its input is on the passenger side and exit is on the drivers side. The resonator is the "muffler" looking device at the end of the system at the rear bumper. Now that everyone agrees on that, has anyone tried keeping the stock muffler, then removing the resonator and heard what it sounds like. Also has anyone heard what the stock muffler sounds like with another muffler such as a flowmaster 40 or 50 series in place of the resonator at the same time. I'm not ready to rip apart my exhaust system and start welding things on until i know what it would sound like? They don't have to be sound clips, just in words would be ok. Thanks! :D
 

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If you want to hear what it sounds like when you take off the muffler and run a straight pipe into the resonator, go to the member pics, first gen, and Rarewolf's car. He has 2 sound clips of what that sounds like. My car sounds almost identical to that, and i have straight pipes running out the sides. Thrasher has sound clips of what a Flowmaster series 40 (i think) sounds like.
 

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hey, I think im going to try something interesting over my winter break from college. I'm going to leave on the stock muffler and take of the res. Then im going to put on a flowmaster 40 series where it was and see if it sounds full and big but not loud hopefully.
 

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that prob won't do anything. if you leave the stock mufler on, putting the FM on there won't do anything, take of the muffler and put the FM on will ahve a nice sound liek mine. but if you just take off the res and put the FM there u won't get anything
 
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