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Old 04-02-2013, 01:29 AM   #1
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high flow cats

where can I get high flow cats? can't seem to find any on eBay or AM? any suggestions?
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Old 04-02-2013, 01:42 AM   #3
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Look at this on eBay: 3" Universal Spun Catalytic Converter high flow universal spun 410300 608387 http://bit.ly/YZAuGP
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Look at this on eBay: 3" Universal Spun Catalytic Converter high flow universal spun 410300 608387 http://bit.ly/YZAuGP
thanks alot man.
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thanks alot man.
No prob, my buddy runs these and they have worked so far (6months in)
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Are those even cats? Or just straight piping that looks like cats?
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Are those even cats? Or just straight piping that looks like cats?
Cats, my friend has them. Look on the BBK Catted Xpipe the cats are small
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I see did it give your friend any noticeable power gains? Or any sound differences? What was his exhaust set up?
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I see did it give your friend any noticeable power gains? Or any sound differences? What was his exhaust set up?
Well he got them to be legal. He put them on the same location on his Off Road xpipe as my Catted Xpipe. We both have full exhaust systems by BbK
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Ahh I see I was thinking if doing it for another 5-10 easy rwhp and sound. Maybe take out my stock midpipe get a custom one made at a muffler shop 2.5 inch h pipe with the hi flow cats to the stock 2.25 inch over axle pipes and my 2.5 inch Borla.
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Ahh I see I was thinking if doing it for another 5-10 easy rwhp and sound. Maybe take out my stock midpipe get a custom one made at a muffler shop 2.5 inch h pipe with the hi flow cats to the stock 2.25 inch over axle pipes and my 2.5 inch Borla.
U could easily gain 15-20HP from those parasitic Stock Catts bro and that sounds like a really good idea!!
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Look at this on eBay: 3" Universal Spun Catalytic Converter high flow universal spun 410300 608387 http://bit.ly/YZAuGP
Are these bolt on, or did they have to be welded in?
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Are these bolt on, or did they have to be welded in?
Welded in place.
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