Last post on Sep 21, 2009 at 5:19 AM
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#141 of 150 Re: Custom Dual Exhaust on 2009 Hyundai Sonata Limited 2.4L [sduff68]
Aug 09, 2009 (8:41 am)
Just viewed your Youtube video of your exhaust and it sounds really nice. I would like to do something similar to mine (same car). I want something a little sportier as well.
Thanks for the ideas.
#142 of 150 response to i360
Aug 09, 2009 (6:42 pm)
Just trying to prevent someone from making the same mistakes I made. Normally I would expect a factory resonator to quiet down aftermarket performance mufflers (that's what my 99 Mercury Cougar's factory resonator did).
Some other mufflers I wish I would have considered are the new three chambered Thrush Hush mufflers. I assumed that the Cherry Bomb three chambered mufflers would be relatively quiet...boy was I wrong. The Cherry Bomb three chambered mufflers were almost as loud as the Magnaflows.
I actually wish I would have kept the Magnaflows with the 15 inch bullet resonator on my car and saved some money since it was only slightly louder than the Cherry Bombs...and the Magnaflows were stainless steel..
Since I can't do any work on my car myself and I was using a muffler shop I didn't have the money to keep switching out mufflers.
In the future if I ever do a custom exhaust I will have the shop use clamps instead welding them on on until I make sure I like them...then I will get them welded.
#143 of 150 Re: response to i360 [sduff68]
Sep 05, 2009 (5:48 pm)
Just added a new video showing how my car sounds from the interior while driving.
#144 of 150 Re: response to i360 [sduff68]
Sep 06, 2009 (3:05 pm)
Sounds nice. It has a crisp, clean sound to it.
#145 of 150 Re: response to i360 [sduff68]
Sep 07, 2009 (7:08 pm)
You put Cherry Bombs on a V6 Sonata? Rock on! We put CB's on our V8's in high school....mid 70's.
#146 of 150 Replacement key fob
Sep 16, 2009 (9:41 am)
I am trying to locate the best (reasonably priced) replacement remote key fob. It seems that some way or another the ?rubber cover on mine split and it is extremely difficult now to operate the locking/alarm button, so far everything else seems to work OK. I know there have been sites listed here from time to time about other parts, but I don't recall seeing anything about the fobs. If you can offer some suggestions I would appreciate it. 2006 Sonata LX
#147 of 150 Re: Replacement key fob [lightfootfl]
Sep 16, 2009 (7:47 pm)
Just go on Ebay!
I bought one a few months ago for like $10.00+ shipped.
Make sure your fob numbers match the unit your buying...
FCC ID: OSLOKA-310T
Transmitter Assy: 95430-3K202
Its on the back of the fob you have.
Although you'll have to go to Hyundai to have it programed. Bring all the fobs you have, because once they reprogram it any other remote to your car will not work unless reprogrammed also. Usually your year Sonata has two....
#148 of 150 Re: Replacement key fob [i360]
Sep 17, 2009 (5:08 am)
Thank you for the fast reply, however in my case I have had so many problems trying to get Ebay to correct their errors with my account (I never had any unpaid balance) I have not been able to deal in any way with them. I was sort of hoping there would be some other source I might use.
Thanks again, van
Sep 17, 2009 (11:05 am)
I own the Sonata from SEMA 2007. I have pics if anyone is interested. I am looking to sell it before the end of the year. Let me know if you want any information.
#150 of 150 Remote starter? Recommendations?
Sep 21, 2009 (5:19 am)
My wife's car is an 09 Sonata Limited and we are looking to install a remote starter in it before the winter weather hits here in Pennsylvania. Anyone install one yet or have any recommendations as to brands? Any problems with any brand or the installation? We had one installed in her previous car, an 04 Sonata LX, and it worked fine for the most part although there was an small issue with the integration with the built-in security system. The new remote would not arm the factory system so it was a two step process to lock the car. I would like to avoid that this time around. TIA.