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Originally Posted by LandToSea View Post
This is a complete reconfig of the exhaust layout and likely the only way you may fit 18" resonators on our car. If you have a standard or aftermarket O/R X/H pipe in the "normal" position you can only fit 12" resonators and if you are lowered they will likely rub on wide speed bumps. Trust me after 8 shop appointments setting up my exhaust and trial and error this is the reality of it. BTW 12" are plenty, get the Vibrants. I have no rasp with my Lethal OR H!
12'' standard vibrants? I was looking at the ultra quiets but they look huge! Did it just take care of rasp or did volume drop as well? Cause I kind of like the volume and the hollow type of sound it gives off. Just not too fond of the wheezy raspy sound, but I can live with it too

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