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Old 06-03-2009, 03:18 PM
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deleting cat on 6.0

i got a 06 6.0 with a 4" mbrp exhaust, but they guy who put it on didnt get the exhaust to delete the cat, so its still there, i wanted to cut it out and replace it with pipe. can i do that or is there o2 sensors n ****?
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Old 06-03-2009, 03:22 PM
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nah, just get rid of it.
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awesome. sounds great
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I can get you a whole new front pipe at a good price... PM if if you are interested
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while your at it, get a muffler delete
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I really dont know why everyone is so into straight piping their exhaust? all the mufflers for these trucks are straight through anyway, they just change the exhaust note and quiet it down enough that you can drive through a neighborhood at night still
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dunerunner, by front pipe, u mean its a pipe made in place of the cat or its the whole new down pipe n pipe inplace of cat? i just need the pipe to take place of cat. maybe the muffler delete pipe too! send me a price on what u can get for me. keep in mind, im 19 and bout to be a daddy lmao. i got a car show in 18 days. thanksss!!
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my suppliers are closed... I will get you a price in the morning.... and they arent that expensive... so dont sweat it... boy or girl?
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cool cool, thanks, just shoot me a pm when u find out.

we arent sure yet, find out on june 17th. it should be pretty exciting.
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I really dont know why everyone is so into straight piping their exhaust? all the mufflers for these trucks are straight through anyway, they just change the exhaust note and quiet it down enough that you can drive through a neighborhood at night still
I will have to agree with ya, even though mine is straight piped at the moment.
I prefer the sound with the muffler on better. Except for at idle, it takes some of the whistle away.

To the OP, there are no sensors on the exhaust, so no worries.

I gave my cat away a long time ago, see......




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