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Old 04-01-2014, 08:09 PM   #1
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Catalytic converters?

I checked my states inspection requirements and they do not require a emissions test. I have the magnaflow catted true-x x-pipe with high flow ceramic catalytic converters. I was thinking about probably leaving it on. I was wondering if u guys think I should take it de cat it. I'm looking for performance over sound. Magnaflow Tru-X Mustang X-Pipe 93335 (99-04 4.6L) - Free Shipping - AmericanMuscle Click image for larger version

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Cutting the cats off isn't gonna net you much more power but the car will sound louder and smell
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Cutting the cars off isn't gonna net you much more power but the car will sound louder and smell

That is what I was reading I probably will leave them on (they are the high flow cats anyway) and if I decide to in the future I always can. It already screams at upwards of 3500 rpm. Thanks for the input!!!
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Yeah unfortunately these cars don't respond much by removing the cats, especially high flow -> offroad. Won't be any performance gain.
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