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    resonator box

    just wondering if this can be bipased without taking it out but still go out of original exhaust hose with some different hoseing
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    Quote Originally Posted by 107racing View Post
    just wondering if this can be bipased without taking it out but still go out of original exhaust hose with some different hoseing
    cheers
    Why would you want to leave it in if your planning to bypass it? It weights about 5 pounds, weight you can easily loose.

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    its just easier and it would needed to be put back in for the summer

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    yes you can.. but why?????
    It'll be pretty loud!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 107racing View Post
    just wondering if this can be bipased without taking it out but still go out of original exhaust hose with some different hoseing
    cheers
    I doubt you could byass it and still have it come out the original outlet.. Not without a serious kink in the hose anyways.. Why would you have to put it back in for summer?

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    Yes you can. buy a peice of tubing slide it through the resonator so it blocks the hole in the resonator put your oem pipes back on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top banana View Post
    Yes you can. buy a peice of tubing slide it through the resonator so it blocks the hole in the resonator put your oem pipes back on.
    Just what I was thinking! would work great... but finding the proper size (O.D.) could be an issue

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    anybody have pics or a guide on how to bypass the resonator on a new rxp-x?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb08rxp-x View Post
    anybody have pics or a guide on how to bypass the resonator on a new rxp-x?
    Do you mean removing the resonator?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb08rxp-x View Post
    anybody have pics or a guide on how to bypass the resonator on a new rxp-x?
    You install this
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=739

    and here are the instructions
    http://www.rivamotorsports.com/instructions/rs16080.pdf

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