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Old 12-15-2013, 11:53 AM   #1
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What high flow cats with x pipe will replace my stock cats without having to ...

I saw different post on this topic but didn't get the answer I needed before I buy one, 2002 Mustang GT
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Without having to.... What? I don't know if there's more to that, if so then the app doesn't show it. Are you wanting to put an aftermarket mid-pipe with high flow cats in? If so then they come with 2 cats instead of 4, they will work just fine but you may fail emissions since you have 2 instead of 4 cats (depends on your local emissions laws)
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Yes aftermarket cats with x pipe, the local muffler shop told me to make sure that I get 4.6 ones that replace my stock ones because the labor would be high?, so which ones would you recommend for me to get?
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Are they cutting and welding on your current mid-pipe? I would just buy a nice Bassani or Magnaflow catted X-pipe and have them install it. As for the cats themselves Magnaflow and Bassani both sell them. Is there anything wrong with your current cats?
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No, I currently have the stock cats with the factory h pipe and I've upgraded the mufflers to SLP loudmouth 2s, is it a waste to change to x pipe?
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No, I currently have the stock cats with the factory h pipe and I've upgraded the mufflers to SLP loudmouth 2s, is it a waste to change to x pipe?
I personally don't think so because I liked the change in tone I got with changing to my O/R X. But that's all personal preference
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