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Old 10-03-2013, 11:36 PM   #1
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removing rear cats

What sound difference can I expect if I removed two of my cats, and left the front two? Any other noticeable differences? Thanks!
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Small difference in sound and maybe 1-2hp
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Old 10-03-2013, 11:40 PM   #3
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it'd get louder.....
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Good loud or bad loud, haha, ive been looking for videos but can't seem to find any really. I like my set up just want a little more beef to it....
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If you are taking off the cats, just take all 4 out with an o/r midpipe, then when its time for smog/inspection swap the stock one back in.
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good loud or bad loud, it depends on what you like and what mufflers you have on it.
flow 40's or similar mufflers would probably be as loud as you could get without sounding ****ty.
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Get it with some flows 40's
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I'll be posting an ad for some flow 40's in the next week
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Yea I've already got a custom h pipe and flow 40s ha
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The rear cats do most of the filtering if you remove those might as well remove the other ones with them.
Maybe some LT headers. That should sound nice.
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