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post #1 of 17 Old 01-18-2009, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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i am fixin to buy a banks monster exhaust system but wasnt sure about what to do with the catalytic converter. do most after market systems bolt up to them ? any info would be great
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Fill out your signature so that we know what year truck etc. you have and we will be able to help you better.....

As for exhaust, you would likely be better off getting a turbo back system that includes a new down pipe and eliminates the cat., like MBRP(which will save you a he!! of a lot of money over Banks). Your truck may not even have one depending on what year it is. If you have an '08, that's a whole other ball game.

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i have a 1997 f-250 psd.
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get a turbo back exhaust and no you dont have a catilitic converter just a muffler




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the system i am looking at comes with the custom 3" down pipe as well . i was told they made a really good product

1997 F-250 psd -2wd --BANKS 3" down pipe with 4" BANKS MONSTER EXHUAST- diy intake
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i am definitely doing the diy intake, that is a great looking set up

1997 F-250 psd -2wd --BANKS 3" down pipe with 4" BANKS MONSTER EXHUAST- diy intake
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All the stainless exhausts are the same whether you go with banks or any other. I'd go with something other than banks because i refuse to put their over priced crap on my truck. And because gale is a douche.

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yea i would do the diy intake exhaust gages and tw chip and you will be impressed with the power




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i appreciate the knowledge guys, i am definitely still learning. the tony wildman chip is the way to go ?

1997 F-250 psd -2wd --BANKS 3" down pipe with 4" BANKS MONSTER EXHUAST- diy intake
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Both of my 97 had cats. The last ex. kit I bought for an obs had the whole ex. kit from the Down pipe to the tail pipe.

97 psd 4x4 with some mods.
89 fox coupe lots of mods best one so far ridding myself of the antique EFI and controls.
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