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Old 06-22-2010, 12:22 PM
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how difficult would it be to modify the in/out pipe on the cat to mate up with a 4 inch magnaflow? I can get a super deal on a 4inch turbo back ,but i would like to be able to install/uninstall the cat as the need arises..I know i could do this easily with a MBRP system but at a lot more money than the magnaflow...solutions???? I'd like to hear from ya'll before i make any decisions....thanks..
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Have a set of 4" to 3.5" reducers welded to the Cat and there you have it.
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thanks , that sounds easy enough .....
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just one question... why would you need the cat installed?? What state are you in?
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i'm in va. but i have about 5 yrs on an extended warr. and i dont want any conflicts with the dealer.. the cat should'nt void anything warr. wise but who knows , i dont want to take any chances
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Love my Magnaflow turbo back exhaust
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My 4" Magnaflow TB came with a Cat delete pipe. Been running it since I put the exhaust system on, but the kitty's sitting on a shelf in case I ever need it. Think I paid about $330 for it (and yes its stainless).
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magnaflow comes with a cat delete pipe and a 3.5-4 in reducer and for the front side it comes with a reducer with the flange on it so it all bolts up.
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Old 06-23-2010, 01:41 PM
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thanks for the info , i dont understand why magnaflow doesnt advertise this ..up till now i thought MBRP was the only one that had the delete pipe .Anyway I'll go ahead an order the system,btw that $330 was a super price for SS....oh, how hard was the install ?Is the downpipe 1or 2 piece? I'd like to know so I can figure how much help to round up!!

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Old 06-29-2010, 03:29 AM
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Originally Posted by mx730md View Post
magnaflow comes with a cat delete pipe and a 3.5-4 in reducer and for the front side it comes with a reducer with the flange on it so it all bolts up.
That's news too! I never knew magnaflow comes with delete pipe. Was it because I have been using the Flows or missed their Ad?

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