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Old 02-11-2013, 06:01 PM   #1
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does anyone know if pypes has made a high flow cats? I won't pass inspection without them.
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Yes Pypes does make high flow cats. They make both ceramic and metallic depending upon your application
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Which would you recommend. I never heard anything about the difference between the two?
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Which would you recommend. I never heard anything about the difference between the two?
ceramic for N/A metalic if you are FI but it really dose not matter the metalic will hold up better with the added exhaust gas temps of a boosted engine
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Metallic it is than. Thanks for the help!
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Ya if you have a blower go with metallic
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Just a question because I have no clue. Would a SC increase my exhaust volume? Or is it just more exhaust? Not sure if that makes sense
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It will to an extent. It's more of the same tones with a quicker response due to higher rpm. What kind of sound are you going for, and what do you have now?
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It will to an extent. It's more of the same tones with a quicker response due to higher rpm. What kind of sound are you going for, and what do you have now?
I mean I have a pretty nice rumble that gives the great roar at high rpms. I'd be happy if it was just a volume change. The tone I like, but a slight change wouldn't kill me.
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A clutch can also change the tone. Do you already have headers, mid, and cat back or not?
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I have an automatic and yeah, I have LT Headers, mid and axle backs. I have a video of it, but can't post it from my phone, I'll try to after I get the little one down for a nap.
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Yea I bet you have a great rumble at about 3k rpm
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Yea I bet you have a great rumble at about 3k rpm
Oh yeah, then starting about 4k it starts to sound nascarish haha!
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