Yes you can, but I don't really understand why you would.
I will tell you before everyone else does, try to give a little more info when you post and you will get a better response from everyone.
All the resonators do is absorb and diffuse the vibration (resonance) of a certain frequency that occurs when the engine drops into MDS mode. There arnt any gains to be had by deleting them as far a performance goes.
That being said, I have straight pipes because the "drone" dosnt bother me like it does some people.
I love the throaty raspy growl my car has with straight pipes and it's not as loud as one would expect. I get a great burble coming off throttle, it sounds like a muscle car should.
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