I bought a Pypes catback system solely for eliminating the muffler hanging off the rear end. Okay, 99% for clearance issues, and 1% if it gave a little better note, nice bonus.
Removing the stock exhaust had a couple small challenges, but pretty easy even for a novice like me. The install was even easier... literally 20 minutes. Build quality and value on this Pypes system both exceeded my expectations.
For people wanting
a little louder exhaust, this is perfect. But because I bought this for clearance and not for sound, it is a bit too loud for my taste. From another post,
recommended a Vista
Great, should be perfect solution for me. Now having a grand total one day of experience on exhaust systems, I have a question.
I assume I will install the resonator there, just before the muffler. The muffler end has the slots, meaning it's inside
diameter is 2.5" and will accept the 2.5" outside
diameter resonator end. Am I good so far?
At the other end of the resonator, though, we have matching 2.5" outside diameter pipe ends. Do I just cut the length planning to mate them with a
sleeve clamp like this
Am I on track here? Missing something?