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Old 04-30-2012, 06:26 PM   #1
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Default GT500 resonators removed

I want the car to be louder, how much does of a difference does it make running the GT500 axel back with the resonators deleted. Or is it not worth it? I love the exhaust note just wish it was louder.
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I ran the GT500's for a year before removing the resonators. I would say it is worth it.... The difference in volume went up a bit less than when going from stock to GT500 mufflers. I also noticed a lot more rumble when downshifting and an overall better tone.

Remove them......
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