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Gas mileage difference with resonator removed

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Old 05-07-2012, 09:56 PM
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Gas mileage difference with resonator removed

Hey guys, new to this board but not to Honda's or cars in general. I did search a little bit but couldn't pin point exactly what i was looking for. i apologize in advance if this has been covered.

Pretty simple, can anyone tell me the mpg difference between stock intake and stock intake with the resonator assembly removed? i know you gain power up top and lose a little torque. Im guessing 1-2 mpg decrease, any input would be appreciated.

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Re: Gas mileage difference with resonator removed

Just take it out and see what happens. Go through a couple tanks each way. Let us all know in a month when you have good averages.
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