Magnaflow, Ebay, Flowmaster, and Dynomax come to mind. Pretty sure most any exhaust shop could get you that length resonator too, but pricing would probably be a ripoff unless the shop is run by enthusiasts and not some old cranky guy....lol
Thanks for the info, I will look into it a little deeper I was under the impression that they only really carried standard diameter like 2" 2.5" and such. I am trying not to go the cherry bomb rout because of horror stories i have heard, and the smell. Not too much is worse than the smell of burning "glass".
Do most of these manufacturers sell just generic resonators in different pipe sizes? Hard to find any info online about replacement resonators for say 1.5, 1.75 or 2.0" piping - esepcially stainless. Just looking for them as slim as you can get them so I can haave it re-welded into my current system.
Yeah Vibrant is the only one that i could find as well. And i want to make sure im getting a resonator, and not a glasspack straight through. Had a quick chat with mineke yesterday, cause they are gonna install my exhaust and they said they should be able to work something up. Now im just wating for my exhaust to arrive so i can see if im gonna even need a resonator.
A friend of mine just picked up a 1999 California car. It's now throwing a code suggesting the front catalytic converter is toast.
We are up in Canada and (obviously) not subject to the California CARB stuff - how do we go about deleting all of it so that the car becomes a non-CARB spec? What...
Are there any differences between different 1.6 NA exhaust manifolds?
Ie are all manifolds (OEM, JDM, etc) made of the same metal and do they all have the same bore size?
I plan on grinding/ removing the internal welds to increase flow.
Let me break down the question...
Does anyone know or have a formula for calculating the optimum exhaust size?
I’m talking exhaust I.D
Power gained and just the right back pressure.
(There are arguments on whether back pressure is good or bad also)
What size ID against the amount of horse power you’re chucking...