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Resonators

Drop the drone by muzzling your exhaust system with a muffler resonator. Reducing bark while preserving your performance exhaust system’s powerful bite and universally sized to fit almost any vehicle, a resonator is your ticket to a calm, quiet cabin and unrestricted flow.
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Flowmaster Universal Resonators

No more Cab noise

I had my resonator taken off due to a large dent and hole in it and couldn't stand the hum I would hear in the cab. I didn't realize how important the resonator was. I had this welded on and the cab is back to normal without the noise. I have also noticed a slight increase in fuel mileage / power. If someone says the resonator is not important and you won't notice with it taken off is wrong. View more reviews...
Posted By DAVID H (HEBER CITY, UT) / August 12, 2017
2013 Ford F-250
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MBRP Universal Resonators

Ultimate resonateor

After installing resonator, the cabin drone was eliminated and I still have the mean tone I was looking for with my magnaflow exhaust. Great choice if you want sound with no loss of exhaust velocity. View more reviews...
Posted By Mark D (WASHINGTON, NJ) / December 14, 2016
2012 Nissan Maxima
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