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Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by tclndcrz, Jan 22, 2004.

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    tclndcrz

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    Why do i need two catalytic converters? If i buy one high flow cat will this be acceptable? Should i put the two oxygen censors in front of the single cat when i re-do my exhaust with a 40 series flowmaster and 2 1/2" pipe?

    Who makes a decent high flow cat too?
    I heard catco was good. :beer:
     
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    anybody?
     
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    A buddy of mine used the Dynomax cat from Summit, it works really well. He passed emissions and no loss of power (seat of the pats). It is high flow and I think runs about $60.
     
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    [quote author=73lndcrsr link=board=1;threadid=10503;start=msg95017#msg95017 date=1074981782]
    A buddy of mine used the Dynomax cat from Summit, it works really well. He passed emissions and no loss of power (seat of the pats). It is high flow and I think runs about $60.
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    Do yo know if he has one cat or two?
     
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    Only one. That is all that is required in Ga for older cars not yet exempt.
     
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