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    corsa x pipe with resonator delete

    hey everyone, new here.
    i'm thinking about picking up the corsa double helix x-pipe with resonator delete but had a couple questions for people who have it..

    is it still quiet inside the car when valves are closed? do you notice any drone? i appreciate any information you can give

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpl88 View Post
    hey everyone, new here.
    i'm thinking about picking up the corsa double helix x-pipe with resonator delete but had a couple questions for people who have it..

    is it still quiet inside the car when valves are closed? do you notice any drone? i appreciate any information you can give
    I'm not the brightest bulb in the knife drawer, but I don't understand why folks buy the x-pipes. I mean that sincerely, not as an indictment of any sort. Is there something better about these x-pipes than the factory x-pipe on the car? I simply went to my local performance exhaust shop and had them cut out the resonators and weld replacement pipe in their place. I didn't replace the factory x-pipe. Twenty minutes and $88 later I was done. It is still quiet inside when the valves are closed and there is no drone whatsoever. When I was looking into whether or not to remove my resonators, every response from those who had done it was, "If you're considering doing it, DO IT!!" I echo that sentiment in strongest terms.

    The car was loud enough immediately after I did it that I wondered if I had done the right thing as I was leaving the shop. That lasted about 12.7 seconds. Minus those dozen seconds, I haven't doubted the decision one bit.

    Hope this helped. And if there's more to this x-pipe thing that I'm missing, I'd appreciate whatever info/advice anyone has to offer.

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    I also took mine to a muffler shop n cut the resonators, the car is quiet in normal but loud in sport mode but once Im in the highway and set the cruise control it gets quiet, no drone at all! I rater spend the money in suspension or oil separators or stuff like that..but thts just me

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    thinking about doing what you did, but don't want to regret not spending for and x pipe --wondering why it's ford's only option with delete

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