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post #1 of 11 Old 05-03-2007, 01:12 PM Thread Starter
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OK guys shortage of funds and trying to help the old 95 breath a little. Will this help its breathing? Install Cat Delete on my 3 1/2 in stock exhaust and muffler delete that is 4 in. Will I gain anything with this set up? i can do this for $100.00. Thanks in advance.
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OK if the cat delete is 3 1/2 in and the muffler delete is 4 in, how do I go about putting them together?
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my guess is that you will have to buy some adapters that go from 3.5 to 4".... with 100 bucks you can also do a diy intake just my
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honestly if you gunna spend 100 bucks i would hit farmboysdiesel up and get a quote for your rig on a 4 inch urbo back. i know he sells them for less then 250, thats what i would do.

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honestly if you gunna spend 100 bucks i would hit farmboysdiesel up and get a quote for your rig on a 4 inch urbo back. i know he sells them for less then 250, thats what i would do.
Last time i checked he was $275 for an obs.

Modsfortrucks dotcom has a turbo back for $245 (obs)

Best i have found. I'm debating between that and straight piping the stock exhaust.

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I made an intake for mine for around $130 bucks with a 4 inch mendral bent piece of exhaust tubing a afe filter and a ruber tubing conector... for about 40 bucks I chopped out my mufler and cat and welded a chunk of 3 and 1/2 inch pipe in their place and one of your biggest improvements you can do is replace the squashed factory down pipe with a strait 3 inch aftermarket model... you will have to do a little pounding on the firewall to clear it and i suggest going with a two piece down pipe to help with instalation and you can get those down tubes for about 80-120 bucks



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Check out my thread called K&N Cold Air Intake. I'm asking about the same questions. I think I'll start with a new downpipe. Found them for $80 shipped. Heck, I might as well drop $240 and get a whole exhaust.
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Let me know where you can purchase turbo back for $240 and I just may try that to.
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