Originally Posted by toastedoats
Originally Posted by willwren
There is no restriction in the stock resonator. It'* a straight shot.
but he doesnt know that, you questioned why he would want to remove his
ok now i have a question, a resonator works by bouncing the sound waves from the exhaust into each other, thereby cancelling them out right? how can something that is a straight shot bounce or reflect ,or whatever you want to call it, things into each other? wouldnt that require some sort of louvers or baffles or something?
anyone have pics of a cut open resonator? im just curious here as ive never seen one, and ive always heard that had no restriction, but the way they work doesnt seem to support that.
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