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Old 08-02-2011, 07:11 PM   #1
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I have to do emissions still and don't want to have to keep swapping out mid pipes. Someone locally has a walker 50500 converter mid pipe for sale for $50. Anyone have any experience with one of these?
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I have to do emissions still and don't want to have to keep swapping out mid pipes. Someone locally has a walker 50500 converter mid pipe for sale for $50. Anyone have any experience with one of these?
No, but Walker is an old, respected name in the auto parts business.
I looked up a Walker 50500 and it looks like $50 for one is a bargain.
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Thanks, I'm new here but I'm trying to get through the list of first mods on my 91 lx. I have 1 5/8 summit short headers and flowmaster cat backs. Cai is on and just put in 3.73 gears. Just need a better mid pipe and should I advance the timing or not?
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Thanks, I'm new here but I'm trying to get through the list of first mods on my 91 lx. I have 1 5/8 summit short headers and flowmaster cat backs. Cai is on and just put in 3.73 gears. Just need a better mid pipe and should I advance the timing or not?
Sure, you can pick up a few hp that way.
The range is usually between 12-16 degrees advance.
You will have to see how much your car can stand before it pings or spark knocks.
Don't forget to pull the spout connector when you advance the timing and replace it when you are done.
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