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Old 09-30-2011, 03:13 PM
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cutting the stock pipe

If I just cut the stock pipe before the cat would it hurt anything? It's just until i get a system.
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Other than sooting everything up and being REALLY LOUD, won't hurt anything. Why not wait until you get the system?
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Whack it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Other than sooting everything up and being REALLY LOUD, won't hurt anything. Why not wait until you get the system?
shouldn't soot anything up that much. loud it will be.
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Old 09-30-2011, 03:57 PM
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Waiting for the system.. I'm 15(have hardship so can drive by myself everyday) and dont care if its loud Haha but I started to then dad stopped me Haha my dad said to just wait

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wow youngin'! patience is good.
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Or just find a pipe to replace the cat with. Cut it, weld it in.
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Build your own system if you can't wait to afford one. You could have one for under $200 including the new downpipe
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Old 10-01-2011, 12:18 PM
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I can just wait it probaly won't be longer than a month and half wait so its cool
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our stock exhaust is 3.5", so if it was me i would just cut muffler and cat off and replace with pipe, get you some pipe adapters and clamps that way if you dont like it you can reinstall. as soon as i find someone who has 3.5 pipe and the pipe connectors thats what i'm going to do.
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