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'18 G truck exhaust system: Resonators or Secondary Catalytic?

 
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'18 G truck exhaust system: Resonators or Secondary Catalytic?

Hello!

I've attached photos to see whether the circled part are the resonators or secondary's?

I was told by gwagenparts.com that the '18 G trucks have resonators, but I thought only the later models did? When I inspected my Gs exhaust system originally, i thought that the circled part are the secondaries, since they look like a catalytic converters, but no O2 sensors are going into it. It is also an AMG part.

My goal is to open up and increase the volume of my G truck. It sounds okay as is, has a nice low grumble at low RPMs, even pops sometimes. But it sounds very constricted and super muffled; preventing what could potentially be an amazing true exhaust note to truly come out.

Please let me know if you guys think /know if the circled part are the resonators or secondaries.

Thank you!


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