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Old 02-22-2013, 04:01 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I want to do a complete exhaust for my V6, for the mid-pipe I want to delete all 4 cats and put 2 hi-flow cats in. What do I do with the other remaining O2 Sensors? And when I get the cats right I want to cut that Y pipe and put in a H pipe, then order some Flowmaster GT catback system. Will all of this work? Any input would help a ton. Thanks.
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I have looked at this before, it dosnt give me much detail about the cats and the O2 sensors.
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Old 02-22-2013, 11:14 PM   #5
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well do you live in an emissions area is the first question then?
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I don't live in an emission test area, but in my state they do require you to have cats to pass inspection.
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Ohhh finally another Virginia boy... You'll be fine with high flows they only do visual inspections in va not the emissions test where the stick a sensor into your tail pipe
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Hey guys quick question I want to get a pair of longtube headers, will I need to purchase a aftermarket mid-pipe or can I use the stock one?
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Youll just need to go to an exhaust shop and have one fabbed up...the oem on wont work as is and its cheaper then trying to find a new one thatll work.
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Youll just need to go to an exhaust shop and have one fabbed up...the oem on wont work as is and its cheaper then trying to find a new one thatll work.
Ok so what do you think they'll do with the stock mid pipe?
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Old 02-23-2013, 12:56 PM   #11
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they'll cut off the cats (that's if you can find a shop that will now-a-days) weld up tubing...cut off the y pipe and add in whatever mid you want
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they'll cut off the cats (that's if you can find a shop that will now-a-days) weld up tubing...cut off the y pipe and add in whatever mid you want
Godamn all that just for longtubes lol,well for the cats i was going to get thunderbolt hi flow cats onto my stock y if there safe for emissions
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don't stick to a y pipe setup..you'll never truely be happy the moment you pull up next to someone that didnt
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don't stick to a y pipe setup..you'll never truely be happy the moment you pull up next to someone that didnt
Yeah true i just want a mid pipe I can put hi flow cats on. Idk if worse comes to worse il just get shorty's not what i want but
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you can put cats on a LT setup with any midpipe
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you can put cats on a LT setup with any midpipe
What mid pipe do you think would be best
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I wouldn't do cats with long tubs just my opinion. And mid pipe just depends what sound you want X-pipe for raspy racing sound H-pipe for classic muscle car sound look on YouTube for clips
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I wouldn't do cats with long tubs just my opinion. And mid pipe just depends what sound you want X-pipe for raspy racing sound H-pipe for classic muscle car sound look on YouTube for clips
I like the H pipe but im just going to get shortys instead
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You will get more power from long tubes on eBay they have a good deal Mac long tubes and the h pipe for $430
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You will get more power from long tubes on eBay they have a good deal Mac long tubes and the h pipe for $430
Yeah thats not bad at all do they have catted h pypes?
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yea you can find catted any midpipe...h, x, or prochamber
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yea you can find catted any midpipe...h, x, or prochamber
Nice thanks man!
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Nice thanks man!
I saw on ebay they have the mac longtubes and the H-pipe but doesn't say if its catted or not
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you could always message the seller
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