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Old 02-25-2008, 09:48 AM
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Exhaust question

I have an AFE 4" turbo-back exhaust with no muffler. What would the advantages of taking off the cat and where can I find a cat delete?
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Talk to the Venders on here to find a cat delete. and taking off the cat would help it flow better. lowering EGTs and maybe even help your turbo spool faster.
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better flow, lower EGT's, less backpressure, Cat's can get filled with exhaust soot too. Most people do cat + muff deletes for 2 reasons. 1) Sound and 2) smoke. with that kitty gone you'll be able to smoke much more if you can't already. My kitty's gone n same with the muff and i love it but to each their own. some people cant stand the sound of no muff or dont want to smoke to be enviro-buddybuddy. just my .02
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