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Old 05-31-2012, 01:00 PM   #1
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stock h moddified?

Is it possible to cut up my stock h pipe to fit long tubes so I can pass inspection?
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Old 05-31-2012, 01:15 PM   #2
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Re: stock h moddified?

by the time you cut it down, and welded the cats in place, it will cost you the same as a catted X,or H pipe. Just buy a used catted pipe. There have been quite a few for salel since you first posted about failing the test. Also i do not think a factory cat will fit under the car in the place it would need to go with Lt's
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I will do it myself... no cost issue... don't care about Clarence ... just need to get inspected an take it right back off .... high flow cats are a 50/50 chance on passing... not going to chance it
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Re: stock h moddified?

I have installed a ton of high flow cats on customers cars and all passed emissions, Just make sure they do not leak....
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I will do it myself... no cost issue... don't care about Clarence ... just need to get inspected an take it right back off .... high flow cats are a 50/50 chance on passing... not going to chance it
Why are you so mean to Clarence, he's my cousin.
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Old 05-31-2012, 07:32 PM   #6
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Why are you so mean to Clarence, he's my cousin.
LOL A. Im the worst speller in Texas
B. I have this new phone an I hate it.... I don't understand this key board an auto correct so I don't even try anymore

I meant if it does not fit perfect I don't care... an am told me high flow cats other than magnaflow have a 50/50 chance of passing... is this not correct? If not ill pick up some ceramic coated pypes cats an throw em on my spare off road h
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You should be able to turn off auto correct.

Did you ask the inspector what would work to pass or ask your muffler shop buddies? They might have a suggestion.
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You should be able to turn off auto correct.

Did you ask the inspector what would work to pass or ask your muffler shop buddies? They might have a suggestion.
Auto correct helps those of us that can't spell, but its not perfect.
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