which 1 is the muffler?

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    the guy at the muffler shop said those two in the rear are mufflers and the one up front is the resonator? I don't think so but I could be wrong?
     
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    Muffler guy is correct
     
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    dam no shit huh,,thx
     
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    so I guess I was just going to cut out the resonator,,, wonder how it would sound with only that straight piped? And keep those 2 mufflers
     
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    Not sure. Give it a shot. You can always weld it back if it's sounds like crap.
     
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    I put a Flowmaster DBX muffler in place of where the resonator is and deleted the rear mufflers. Spools up faster and sounds great !
     
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    Did you have a sound clips? Thx
     
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    ya that's not my taste,, I don't know what I want now lol, I'm thinking of keeping the dual but I dontwant them to be seen, kind of like them the way they are but I will be removing those big mufflers I think, man idk
     
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    #10 2hot2handle, May 26, 2016
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    Depending on your expectation of what a "good" sound is from an exhaust on the civic's 1.5T, IMO every exhaust note I've heard online and in person sounds terrible no matter what you do to it.
     
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    Dang, guess I'm getting too old because I like my car real quiet. :cool:
     
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