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2013 Stock Resinators vs No Resinators

Does it benefit a blower car with long tubes and a gt500 axle back to remove the stock resonators?


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I don't think it makes any noticeable difference to performance, because the resonators don't add much resistance at all if any . . . people remove them to make it louder, not for performance gain

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