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Old 09-17-2012, 09:06 AM   #1
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My exhaust idea is this, divorced catted borla stingers. Any comments on this set up is welcome, im going to a very trusted exhaust shop and been talking to the guy about this set up for a while. How do yall think this will sound? I you tubed it and i think it sounds great. Heres the question the guy said he can put catalytic converters on the car he can put two or four like the original, the thing is if he puts two he cant promise if it would set the engine light on or not. So basically it would prolly be tunned like offroad exhaust right?
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I hope it's not to loud cause I have off road xpipe and 10 series and my car screams at 3000 rpms
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Yeah with out cats it will be an "off road" exhaust. Your engine light WILL come on if you go cat-less and will take some power efficiency. Two things you can do. Get a tuner from AM and have them write a tune(or all your tunes for that matter) with the post-cat, or after cat, o2 sensors turned off. That way your motor is runnin like it wasn't supposed to have cats. Option 2 is get the mil eliminators from AM. They just plug into the wiring where the after-cats o2 sensors plug into. They basically send the "everything is ok" signal back up to the computer, tricking it into THINKING that the cats are still there.
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I have a tuner. My question is i will have two catylatic converters, on divorced pipes if the engine light comes on do i tune as offroad exhaust
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I have the same problem. If I got a performance cats since I have o/r x pipe with 10 series . Will the back pressure be better so I can gain the torq I lost when I put on my x pipe
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Yeah if you run divorced then technically each pipe would need a cat. But yeah if you run a high flow cat I keeps ya legal, slightly quieter but all the flow you need. Tons better than our stock cats.
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Thank I'll do that cause I got arrested for Wreckless endangerment. I'm only 17. I backed out of a parking spot and gased it a little and apparently I was spinning tires and gased it but the only reason why I gased it is because my clutch is about to go and I did not! Spin tires

So basically I wanna be less noticeable haha
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ive been with an off road pipe now for like 2 weeks and no engine light on for some reason..
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Your computer might be screwed up
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Really? Do you have all 4 o2's in the pipes?
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The only 2 you need really are the front the o/r roasts the o2 sensors
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Re: exhaust tuning

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ive been with an off road pipe now for like 2 weeks and no engine light on for some reason..
It took a month on my GT to realize the cats were gone..id go ahead and do the non fouler trick whilr its off
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