by taking that resonator out you'll get a little bit of rasp at the top of the tachometer. If you keep the stock muffler, it will probably sound like a muffled rasp. You would probably get about the same sound as some of the v6 nissans rolling around. I haven't heard a v6 fusion without the resonator but from experience, that's what it will do.
If it you want a more exotic sound but less obnoxious, keep the resonator and throw some magnaflows or borla mufflers on with a 1/4" larger piping.
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I've removed a couple of posts from this thread.
Yes, you did. Probably for the better too, sir.
:klavergreg: Not for the better. But he has the right. I love reading what you write Swoop.
removed the stock resonator a few days ago, I like the sound, should have been like that from the factory, can't see why they wanted to deaden the sound so much, probably shed a few lbs as well. There isn't much of an increase in sound inside the cabin , which is nice, but a nicer sounding exhaust outside, and top end power feels a bit better to boot. Very easy mod.
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