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MagnaFlow with Glasspack

right now i have a catback magnaflow exhaust. its the performance wide open muffler with no chambers. my sound is a kinda loud but not annoying. the sound is a low muffle.

my friend has a 95 jetta and i know there is a engine difference but he has the magnaflow with the cherry bomb glasspack as his resonator and it sounds just like a infinity of those quad cam cars. my question is by adding the cherry bomb as a resonator will i get the same results or somewhat the same

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Re: MagnaFlow with Glasspack

Buy a real resonator, glasspacks just burn out over time and you have to replace it. Not to mention that means the sound changes over time as well.
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Re: MagnaFlow with Glasspack

yeah thats what the guy told me at the shop but what resonator would you recommend
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Re: MagnaFlow with Glasspack

i have the stock one still on my system. i just changed the piping to 2 1/2 and added a high flow cat with a vibrant muffler. its got a real nice tone to it. i heard vibrant resonators are pretty good. glass pack would be too raspy i bet. It could be cool. i never heard one on a lude that i know of.
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