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    I agree with XR650R. I enjoyed the sound symposer while stock. Now with my intake and exhaust, I get all the good real sounds, not that the symposer isn't real...it is and it isn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XR650R View Post
    It's fine if your car is stock. I have a noisier intake, and with the symposer it was too loud for me on the freeway. If the sound system had more balls, I might have ignored it.

    With a real CAI and without the symposer, I can hear the turbo and the BOV very clearly, and it's not drowning out what little bass this weak radio can make.
    Quote Originally Posted by DangerMouse View Post
    I agree with XR650R. I enjoyed the sound symposer while stock. Now with my intake and exhaust, I get all the good real sounds, not that the symposer isn't real...it is and it isn't.
    I see. I just have the RAMAIR drop in intake wise. Might delete the sound symposer when I get the ITG intake for all the turbo noises.
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    Was looking at some other delete kits and decided to go with this one. I really liked how this caps the bung on the intake tract rather than the hose. Its just a few inches of unnecessary hose but this seems like the best choice if you do not want/need a boost gauge AND are to cheap to buy a replacement intake pipe. Just order mine and am excited to get it. Also as others have mentioned just unplug the tube leading to the cabin to test the sound. I will be capping the tube leading to cabin at the firewall to prevent sound/engine odors coming into the cabin. Might be good for whoosh to have a combo pack with the symposer delete plug and the plug on the firewall too. CFM is the only delete I have seen with both but I like the simplicity of this one more and do not need a tap for boost pressure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haynes View Post
    Was looking at some other delete kits and decided to go with this one. I really liked how this caps the bung on the intake tract rather than the hose. Its just a few inches of unnecessary hose but this seems like the best choice if you do not want/need a boost gauge AND are to cheap to buy a replacement intake pipe. Just order mine and am excited to get it. Also as others have mentioned just unplug the tube leading to the cabin to test the sound. I will be capping the tube leading to cabin at the firewall to prevent sound/engine odors coming into the cabin. Might be good for whoosh to have a combo pack with the symposer delete plug and the plug on the firewall too. CFM is the only delete I have seen with both but I like the simplicity of this one more and do not need a tap for boost pressure
    Thanks
    I'm on Fiesta ST #3 now, all 3 had the hose disconnected at the fire wall no issues.
    Mountune doesn't include a cap with their expensive kit so we followed suit and found it unnecessary to add cost to the kit

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