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Old 08-09-2014, 01:22 PM   #1
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Default Resonator dented- worth fretting over?

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When installing the now for sale Flowmaster Outlaws last week I noticed that the resonator on the drivers side is dented significantly. And no I do not mean a ding- theres a golf ball size depression in the bottom of it. Passenger side looks fine. I don't notice any foul sounds or differences between the exhaust sides.

I know this is probably a stupid question but I wanted to be sure and ask if this, if left be, could pose a greater future danger to my car. Its after the X so while it may restrict flow to the drivers side the passenger side should flow free. My big fear is that it might cause a problem with the cats.

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Pics? I really doubt there's an issue here other than cosmetic and as long as you're not slowly running people over, nobody will notice.
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All the resonators look like that. you don't have a problem
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The other one has the dent on the top.....factory mind games.
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Yea that dent is stock. Why? we may never know for sure..

may have something to do with backpressure or sound, but they just come like that...
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Thanks for the input guys- I noticed it was shaped like it was intentional so I thought the dealer may have bottomed it out on a curb or something symmetrical. Thanks for putting my mind at ease.
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