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Old 12-15-2011, 10:35 AM
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Downpipe Question

So I bought the truck about a month has 4" exhaust but still has the stock cat in place. I'm wanting to do a cat delete, but everything i've read says that they'll only fit an aftermarket downpipe. Any ideas???

Oh...the rest of the exhaust is by MBRP and I know they sell a kit with the downpipe that you leave the stock cat in...anyone know how to tell if that might be what's on my truck??
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Old 12-15-2011, 10:43 AM
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You could cut it out, get a piece of 4" pipe and 2 band clamps. One clamp to connect 4" to 4" and the other that has a 3.5" end and steps up to 4".
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Exactly what dhanna said
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