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Diamond Eye 5" exhaust

Which one of these kits would work better in my situation. The K5342A-RP or the K5350A-RP? I am looking for a kit from the turbo back without a muffler. I would like to be able to put the cat back in because I have to smog it every two years. Thanks.

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It looks like the later kits has reducers to re enter the cat in as needed? Maybe I don't know.

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If you want to be able to swap the cat in and out I would do the K5342A-RP and a section of pipe to weld flanges on it so you can swap them out. Not sure where you live but there is really no smog test, they just rev it up to 1500 RPM's and look for smoke. There is no exhaust hydrocarbon test like there is for gassers. If you could run a clean tune and gut your cat you should have no issues passing the visual for the cat and the smoke.


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