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Old 10-10-2012, 09:46 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by swansong View Post
Hopefully the development and parts cost of the symposer didn't add too much to the overall price of the car ($50? $100? Who knows?). As for it still being there, I don't see that as a problem. It's inactive with light throttle, and you get engine noise on heavy throttle. That's a good thing, "artificial" or not. Plus if the exhaust is aftermarket, you get exhaust noise all the time.
A lot of time went it the development of that symposer= hence some of the late delayed time getting the ST out. And w/ that some w/ get the slow down your speeding & other crap from their wifes or gf's, when say you are merging on a onramp & there's a hole for you.
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