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California Exhaust Kit

Need a bolt up exhaust system kit that comes with cat delete and clamps so I can unclamp the cat delete and clamp in the CAT for when I have to go get a smog test...

The previous owner of the truck had the stock cat cut out and a pipe welded in to fill the gap....=/ I bet you could see my face when I got the smog letter in the mail.

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Get you another cat to go on it, and hit up MBRP....they make a bolt in test pipe so you can change out your cat whenever you chose.

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yah your going to have to buy another cat from someone and get a MBRP exhaust kit with the cat delete pipe and fit it in there

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So if I get a MBRP exhaust with their cat test pipe will a stock cat bolt up to those or am I gonna need reducer pipes or something?

There are so many MBRP kits...dont want to order the wrong parts...Can anyone help me out with some links? Looking for a 5" exhaust. I need it all clampable...dont want any welding..Would like to order ASAP. need to get the truck smogged.


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So if I get a MBRP exhaust with their cat test pipe will a stock cat bolt up to those or am I gonna need reducer pipes or something?

There are so many MBRP kits...dont want to order the wrong parts...Can anyone help me out with some links? Looking for a 5" exhaust. I need it all clampable...dont want any welding..Would like to order ASAP. need to get the truck smogged.
yes the stock cat will bolt on... i can def get you a price.. did you want a aluminum or SS version? with a muffler or with a muffler delete pipe?

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Aluminum one hold up pretty well? Aluminum 5" , muffler delete, and 6" tip if you have it.


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