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Old 06-24-2016, 08:24 AM   #1
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Wondering if anyone on this forum has this H pipe or has heard it in person: MRT MaxFlow Race Quad H-Pipe, with Cats 11-14 - Hypermotive
I have Roush A/B and want to add some volume and throatiness while still having some sort of cat under the car so that it doesn't smell too bad and if I get pulled over and a cop decides to check under there I have something there. Although it isn't a cheap mid pipe at all so I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this and how much louder it actually made the car.
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Lack of cats is what makes the car louder, you'll probably not hear a discernible difference with this on. If your state doesn't do emissions testing, go catless.


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Replace your resonators with 2.75 Pipe.

That'll give you what you want well under $100
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I don't think that'll be loud enough or have the aggressive tone I am looking for, I am probably just going to end up waiting and getting long tube headers with a high flow catted h pipe, but I was just trying to see if anyone has any experience with this MRT H pipe and get some feedback on it.
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Wondering if anyone on this forum has this H pipe or has heard it in person: MRT MaxFlow Race Quad H-Pipe, with Cats 11-14 - Hypermotive
I have Roush A/B and want to add some volume and throatiness while still having some sort of cat under the car so that it doesn't smell too bad and if I get pulled over and a cop decides to check under there I have something there. Although it isn't a cheap mid pipe at all so I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this and how much louder it actually made the car.
Hollow your cats out. The smell isn't very obvious. Also if you have a visual inspection it will seem as though you have some. I do this with all of my vehicles, it always makes them happier than before.
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I live in British Columbia Canada where we have no emissions testing. So I could go without cats. But I am wondering, if I should venture down below the border could I possibly be checked by the cops and ticketed for not having cats? Or is it only if you are licensed in a state that does emissions testing that you are required to have cats?
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Cops don't pull you over and check under your car, you'll be alright.

It's an issue for those that are registered in states that test.


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Cops don't pull you over and check under your car, you'll be alright.

It's an issue for those that are registered in states that test.


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We do have testing in my county but it's every 2 years. And I don't want to hollow out the stock cats in case I ever need them and also I heard it doesn't sound good when you do that but it sounds really tinny
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I've actually been wondering the same thing as it pertains to an MRT mid pipe. I currently have their KR axle back (basically a muffler delete) and I love it. I never see anyone run them or have seen any feedback on their exhausts whatsoever. I know they're pricey but so is Borla, Bassani, and Kooks.


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